Lower Division Courses
Five courses at the 100 or 200 level (except 298 and 299). The 100-level indicates that the course examines global history or large regions of the world. The 200-level indicates that the course has a narrower national or thematic focus. Note: HON 102 HISTORY IN GLOBAL CONTEXTS may be counted toward this lower division requirement.
Upper Division Courses
Students take 6 courses at the 300 level. Students must complete a preparatory 300-level "gateway" course before entering into a linked section of HST 390 PRACTICUM IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND WRITING with the faculty's permission. The gateway course will count as one of the 6 upper division courses.
One Additional Course
Students will take one additional HST course in either the lower or upper division
Open elective credit is required to reach the 192 hours required for graduation.
Students must also complete the requirements from one of the following concentrations: standard, pre-law, public history, or secondary-education.