Feb 05, 2023  
2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

History (B.A.)

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Junior Year

Total Hours: 33

  • Art, Dance, Music, Theatre3 - 6
  • Language Electives - 6
    (300/400-level, useful for improvement of reading, writing, conversational skills.)
  • History Electives - 9
  • Philosophy - 3
  • Electives - 6

Senior Year

Total Hours: 30

  • History Electives - 9
  • Electives - 18


1Six (6) hours must be selected from the approved Writing Enriched courses- see General Education Requirements  section.
2Science requirements must include biological and physical (or geological) sciences, of which 6 hours must be in the same area, with a two-semester sequence recommended. Two of the courses used to satisfy mathematics and science requirements must be writing-enriched courses. Of the 125 semester hours needed for graduation, 45 must be numbered 300 or above and 18 of those must be in the major field.
3Course must be selected from section #9 of the General Education Requirements  section.

Southeastern American Indian Studies Concentration

Any student considering the Concentration in American Indian Studies (CSEAIS) should be aware that they may be required to take credit hours above the degree requirements, depending upon the degree they are seeking. They should also inform their advisor of their plan to pursue the CSEAIS so that core classes may be planned appropriately. Students should seek specific advisement for the CSEAIS in the Department of History. The CSEAIS requires a total of 18 semester hours.


*May be repeated one time with approval of advisor.

Total Hours for Degree: 124

Students who seek admission to law school

Students majoring in History who will seek admission to law school should see the recommendations under “Preparation for Law School” and should ask their academic advisor to integrate into their curriculum the recommended courses.

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