History Major/Minor Patterns
Major
12 major course units, including 3 of the following 4 courses:
HIST 1014 Western Civilization I
HIST 1024 Western Civilization II
HIST 1154 United States to 1865
HIST 1164 United States from 1865

2 History Seminars:
HIST 2744 Research Methods Seminar
HIST 4194 Historical Methodology

1 upper-level course (2000 or above) in each of the following fields: U.S., Modern European, pre-Modern, non-Western (4 courses total). See course descriptions for area listing.

3 electives at or above the 2000-level


 

Note: at least 3 of the 7 field and elective courses must be at or above the 3000-level


To become certified to teach history, students complete the following:
History Major
Education Minor for Secondary Certification
Completion of Education Minor for Secondary Certification (8-12) for Teaching History requires:
EDU 1004 Foundations of Education
EDU 2014 Schooling in U.S. Culture: History, Philosophies, and Diversity
EDU 2094 Standards-Based Instruction
EDU 2164 Learning Theory and Pedagogy
EDU 3054 Instructional Strategies and Content Area Literacy for Learners in Middle and Secondary Schools
EDU 3244 Practicum in Learning Experiences
EDU 4114 Supervised Teaching in High School
EDU 4514 Senior Seminar
or  Senior Seminar in the student's discipline
Students must also take the following allied courses:
ANTH 1024 Cultural Anthropology 
ECON 1004 Introduction to Economics 
PS  1014 Introduction to U.S. Politics 
PSY 1004 General Psychology
SOC  1004 Introduction to Sociology 
Students who are enrolled in Supervised Teaching in their 9th consecutive regular term are charged at the reduced fee amount as specified in University Fee Schedule rather than the full-time tuition rate.
Minor
6 course units, including:    
HIST 1014 Western Civilization I or
HIST 1024 Western Civilization II
HIST 1154 United States to 1865 or
HIST 1164 United States from 1865
4 upper-level (2000 or above) history courses (taken in at least 2 area fields)