Bachelor of Arts, Major in History

Bachelor of Arts, Major in History
Core Curriculum
Component Area I (Communication)6
Component Area II (Mathematics)3
Component Area III (Natural Sciences)8
Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture)3
Component Area V (Creative Arts)3
Component Area VI (U.S. History)6
Component Area VII (Political Science/Government)6
Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences)3
Component Area IX (Component Area Option)4
Degree Specific Requirements
Foreign Language first two courses8
Foreign Language second two courses6
Fine Arts - Art, Dance, Theatre, Music, PHIL 33663
Major
HIST 1301United States History To 1876 13
HIST 1302United States History Sn 1876 13
HIST 2311World History to 15003
HIST 2312World History since 15003
American History - select one of the following: 23
Eco His: Ind Rev To Present
Mexican Americans Since 1848
Urban and Suburban History
American Religious History
The U. S. And The Vietnam War
Early America To 1783
America In Midpassge 1783-1877
Emergence Mod Amerca 1877-1945
Recent America, 1945 To Presnt
The American Civil War
Immigration Ethnicity Amer His
American Women's History
American Diplomatic History
Military & War In America
American Indian History
African-American History
America in the 1960s
American Environmental History
The American South
Texas And The Southwest
Black Civil Rights Movement
History Of American Slavery
Era Of Amer Revoltn 1763 1789
The History Of The West
European History - select one of the following: 23
Renaissance Europe
Germany & Cen Europe Sn 1815
The Bible and Reform in Europe
Eco His: Ind Rev To Present
French Revol & Napoleonic Wars
Britain To 1714
Modern Britain 1714-Present
Russian History
Modern European Military Hist
Eur-Age Absoltsm/Rev:1648-1815
European History 1815 1914
Ancient History
Medieval History
British Empire & Commonwealth
Mod France: From Rev To Presnt
World History - select one of the following: 23
Early Asian History
Modern Asian History
Religion In World History
Middle East Since 1700
Early Christianities
Silk Roads to Atlantic World
The Middle East, 500 - 1700
Africa - Past & Present
Colonial Latin America
Modern Mexico
Modern China And Japan
Contemporary Latin America
Additional Advanced Hours in History (one course at 4000 level if not yet taken from above categories in Major)15
Minor
Minor (required)18
Electives13
Total Hours120
1

Satisfies Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area VI (U.S. History) and major. .

2

Pre-Modern History Requirement:  Among the 3000-level courses a student takes in American, European, and World History one course must have a primary focus on content in pre-modern history (content dating to before 1600); this can overlap with other requirements.  The following are courses that fulfill the pre-modern history requirement:  HIST 3331, HIST 3334, HIST 3337, HIST 3350, HIST 3358, HIST 3362, HIST 3363, HIST 3370 HIST 3371, HIST 3376, HIST 3391, HIST 3392

First Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area II 3Component Area VIII 3
Component Area V 3Component Area IX 1
ENGL 130113ENGL 130213
Foreign Language24Foreign Language24
HIST 130133HIST 130233
 16 14
Second Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area III 4Component Area III 4
Foreign Language23Foreign Language23
HIST 23113HIST Advanded Elective3
PHIL 3366 (DANC, THEA, or MUSI)3HIST 23123
POLS 230543POLS 230643
 16 16
Third Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area IV 3Elective3
Component Area IX 3HIST Advanced Elective3
HIST: American History course5,83HIST: European History course6,83
HIST Advanced Elective3Minor6
Minor3 
 15 15
Fourth Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Advanced Elective3Elective 4
Elective6HIST Advanced Elective3
HIST: World History Course7, 83Minor 6
Minor 3 
 15 13
Total Hours: 120
1

 Satisfies Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area I (Communication).

2

 Four courses in one language required.

3

 Satisfies both the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area VI (U.S. History) and the major.

4

 Satisfies both the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area VII (Political Science/Government) and the major.

5

 American History select one of the following: HIST 3338 HIST 3340 HIST 3355 HIST 3360 HIST 3361, HIST 3376, HIST 3377, HIST 3378, HIST 3379, HIST 3380, HIST 3382, HIST 3383, HIST 3385, HIST 3386, HIST 3392 HIST 3393, HIST 3394, HIST 3395, HIST 3396, HIST 3398, HIST 4333, HIST 4363, HIST 4368, HIST 4370.

6

 European History select one of the following: HIST 3334, HIST 3335, HIST 3337, HIST 3338, HIST 3339, HIST 3363, HIST 3364, HIST 3365, HIST 3366 HIST 3367, HIST 3368, HIST 3370, HIST 3371, HIST 3381, or HIST 4380.

7

 World History select one of the following: HIST 3331, HIST 3332, HIST 3336, HIST 3350, HIST 3358, HIST 3362, HIST 3389, HIST 3391, HIST 3397, HIST 4378, or HIST 4395 

8

 Pre-Modern History Requirement:  Among the 3000-level courses a student takes in American, European, and World History one course must have a primary focus on content in pre-modern history (content dating to before 1600); this can overlap with other requirements.  The following are courses that fulfill the pre-modern history requirement:  HIST 3331, HIST 3334, HIST 3337, HIST 3350, HIST 3358HIST 3358HIST 3358, HIST 3362HIST 3362HIST 3362HIST 3363HIST 3363HIST 3363, HIST 3370HIST 3370HIST 3370, HIST 3371, HIST 3376HIST 3376HIST 3376, HIST 3391, HIST 3392HIST 3392HIST 3392.