History Minor

HISTORY MINOR15 HOURS

  • *HI2100 Introduction to Historiography 3

*Courses marked with an asterisk are offered online through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS).

HISTORY ELECTIVES12 HOURS

Choose from the following courses:
  • Western Civilization from the Ancient Age through the Medieval Age with focus on the development of societies, ideas, politics, and people.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisites: None
  • Western Civilization through the Modern and Postmodern Age with focus on the development of societies, ideas, politics, and people.
    Offered: Spring Prerequisites: None
  • SS204 Survey of United States History 3
  • Examination of significant events, ideas, issues, institutions, and personalities relevant to political, social, and economic developments, in U.S. History from European exploration to Reconstruction. Special emphasis on how changes and continuities of the past impact the present.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisites: None
  • Examination of significant events, ideas, issues, institutions, and personalities relevant to political, social, and economic developments in U.S. History from Industrialization to the present. Special emphasis on how changes and continuities of the past impact the present.
    Offered: Spring Prerequisites: None
  • SS254 Cultural Geography 3
  • The development of Christianity from its inception to the Great Schism of 1054, including leading characters and major turning points of history.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisites: OT101, NT102
  • The development of Christianity from the Great Schism of 1054 to the present, including leading characters and major turning points of history.
    Offered: Spring Prerequisites: OT101, NT102
  • General history of the state of Ohio. May include field trips.
    Offered: Summer, even year Prerequisites: None Course Fee: $75
  • SS423 Africa’s History 3
  • Introduction to American politics with emphasis on national institutions, including the political theory of the American Constitution, relational aspects of the three branches of government, responsibilities of state and federal governments, and the role of the courts in interpreting the law.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisites: POL201
  • SS429 American Political Institutions II 3
  • *HIS3000 History of Free Market Thought 3
  • *HIS3100 The Gilded Age America, 1876-1915 3
  • *HIS3200 The American Century, 1916-2001 3
  • *HIS3300 East Asian History 3
  • *HIS3400 Modern Western Europe 3
  • *HIS4200 Colloquium: The New Republic 3
  • *HIS4500 Research Seminar: The New Republic 3

For help with declaring a minor or certification, please contact the University Registrar’s Office. Students changing majors, may consider using coursework from the previous major toward one of these programs. Guidelines for minors and certifications may be found in the Academics section of the Traditional Undergraduate Catalog, under “Additional Program Options.”

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