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Major: A minimum of nine course credits in History, at least five of which must be at or above the 300 level, to include three courses at or above the 300 level in one of the following fields: Europe to 1700 (HIS 304 or 331-336), Europe since 1700 (HIS 315-329), American and Latin American history (HIS 349-358, 364, 369, and 394); and any two courses in History outside the primary field at any level. Only one course credit of Internship (280/380) may be applied to a History major.
Interdisciplinary Majors and Programs: The Department of History cooperates in offering several interdisciplinary majors and programs: Ethnic Studies, International Relations, Latin American Studies, and Russian Studies.
Teaching Certification: For information about secondary certification in history and about a second teaching area in United States or World History, consult the chair of the Department of Education. Prospective teachers should request a current list of the specific course requirements from the Education Office.
101. Europe: 800-1300
102. Europe: 1300-1700
111 through 120. Introductory Seminars in
141. Latin American History
153. Origins of the American
154. Making of Modern America
202. Rome from Vergil to St. Augustine
251. Federal Indian Policy
304. Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
316. Enlightenment and the French Revolution
318. Growth of Industrial Society
321. Muscovite and Imperial Russia
322. Revolutionary and Soviet Russia
323. Russia from 1941
324. Modern Germany
331 through 336. Topics in European History
351. The Age of Revolution in
352. The United States in the Middle Period
354. United States Social History Since 1940
356. African-Americans in U.S.
357. Seminar in American History
358. Work and Leisure in Modern America
364. The Documentary Imagination During the Great Depression
369. Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940
380. Internship in Public History
394. History and Theory
485. Research Tutorial