History/Integrated Social Studies

The History program offers a variety of courses that enable students to obtain a Bachelor of Arts with either a major or minor in History. The goals of the department curriculum are to encourage an informed, critical, and articulate sense of the past, an appreciation for the diversity of the human experience, and an awareness of how the past shapes the present. As a major History develops and emphasizes practical research and communication skills and provides the foundation for graduate work, the study of law, teaching, and archival sciences.

Major in History

HI 201 US History to 1877
HI 202 US History from 1877
HI 204 Europe: The Italian Renaissance to the Present
HI 205 The 20th Century World
HI 207 Ages of Empires
HI 336 History of the Constitution
HI 398 Historical Methods and Public History
HI 498 Seminar: Senior Capstone Experience

Two of the following:
HI 340 History of the Middle East
HI 350 History of Asia
HI 360 Latin American History

One of the following sets of classes:
HI 311 Colonial America
HI 345 Ohio Area
GE 231 Geography of the Americas OR
HI 328 Political Geography
PS 237 American Government and Politics
GE 232 World Geography


History Minor

The History Minor requires 21 credit hours, including:
HI 201 US History to 1877
HI 202 US History from 1877
HI 203 Europe: Ancient and Medieval OR
HI 204 Europe: The Italian Renaissance to the Present
HI 205 20th Century World
HI 340 History of the Middle East OR
HI 350 History of Asia OR
HI 360 Latin American History
HI 398 Historical Methods and Public History

And two of the following:
HI 311 Colonial America
HI 336 History of the Constitution
HI 345 Ohio Area
HI 498 Seminar: Senior Capstone Experience

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