History Major Track for History Educators
|Two 100-Level History Courses 1||6|
|HI-181||First Year Cohort Class for History Educators||1|
|HI-200||The Historian's Craft||4|
|HI-216||Economic History of the US||3|
|HI-282||Second Year Cohort Class for History Educators||1|
|HI-383||Third Year Cohort Class for History Educators||1|
|HI-390||World History for Educators||4|
|HI-391||U.S. History for Educators||4|
|Four 200-Level or Higher History Courses 2||12|
One Middle East/Asia Course
One Africa/Latin America Course
One Global/Thematic/Methodological Course
One Elective History Course
|Senior Research Seminar in History|
|American Antiquarian Society Seminar|
|Senior Thesis in History|
Excluding HI-193 and fulfilling two (out of four) of the following categories: (1) Europe/US, (2) Middle East/Asia, (3) Africa/Latin America, and (4) Global/Thematic.
One or more course must be at the 300 or 400 level.
Exception for Double Majors in Early Childhood or Elementary Education: Only 36 History credits are required. A student may opt to omit the free elective and the capstone. If the capstone course is omitted, the capstone requirement in History must be fulfilled by submission of a non-credit History Learning Portfolio before or during the student teaching semester. See department for Portfolio forms and submission guidelines.