Minor in History

About the Minor

The history minor allows students in other majors to explore the historical background of their discipline, to better understand the origins of the contemporary world, and to build the knowledge and skills needed to understand the development of human societies over time and to understand historical episodes into their proper contexts. The minor in history is highly flexible and allows students to choose those history courses which appeal to them and which will contribute to their broader education. To complete the minor, students must take a total of six history courses (24.0 credits), five of which must be at the 200-level or above.

All prospective students should meet with an advisor from the College as soon as possible.

Program Requirements

History Electives*
*Take any 6 HIST courses; 5 of 6 must be 200-level or higher24.0
Total Credits24.0
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