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2008-2009 College Catalog 
    
2008-2009 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History Major, B.A.


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The History major must choose between a General Concentration and a Secondary Education Concentration. The General Concentration requires the completion of a minor in another discipline in order to graduate. The Secondary Education Concentration is intended for individuals who are in the Secondary Education Social Studies Licensure Program. These individuals are required to take other specific courses listed under Teacher Education in this Catalog. Both concentrations within the major require a minimum of 42 semester hours including 15 hours of core courses and an additional 27 hours in courses primarily selected from three different categories. All students should check with a departmental advisor in order to make a proper selection of courses.

Subtotal: 15


In addition:


In addition to the required courses (15 hours) students also need to take at least three courses (9 hours) from Category I, at least two courses (6 hours) from Category II, and at least two courses (6 hours) from Category III. The remaining two courses (6 hours) may be taken from any of these three categories, or they may be selected from among any of the other courses offered by the History Department. All history majors must take at least one course devoted to world history, Latin American history, Asian history, or African history. Students should see an advisor in the History Department for a list of courses that meet this requirement

Subtotal: 9


Subtotal: 6


Subtotal: 6


Totals:


Core courses 15
Category I 9
Category II 6
Category III 6
Elective 6
Total 42

Grade Average in History:


Students majoring in history must maintain at least a 2.0 average in their history courses.

Secondary Education Concentration:


The Secondary Education Concentration is intended for individuals who are in the Secondary Education Social Studies Licensure Program. These individuals are required to take other specific courses listed under Teacher Education in this Catalog.

In addition to the core courses:


In addition to the core courses (15 hours) students also need to take the three courses listed in Category I (9 hours), at least two courses (6 hours) from Category II, and at least two courses (6 hours) from Category III. The remaining elective courses (6 hours) may be taken from either Category II or III, or they may be selected from among any of the other courses offered by the History Department.

Totals:


   
Core courses 15
Category I 9
Category II 6
Category III 6
Elective 6
Total 42

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