2014–15 Undergraduate Catalog

 

 
GENERAL HISTORY MINOR
30 Credits Minimum, Including 15 Upper Division (UD)

History Minor Core Requirements
CourseAttributesCredits
UCOR 2000  The West and the World

5
HIS 2502  The United States to 1876 (5)
HIS 2503  The United States Since 1876 (5)
SSB, WKSS
SSB, WKSS
5
SECTION CREDITS REQUIRED10
One Course in the History of non-Western Region
CourseAttributesCredits
HIS 3710  Comparative Non-Western Histry (5)
HIS 3720  Rise of Islamic Civilization (5)
HIS 3730  Modern Middle East (5)
HIS 3750  Latin America (5)
HIS 3765  Traditional East Asia (5)
HIS 3785  East Asian Modernities (5)
HIS 3786  Nation City&Identity in China (5)
HIS 3787  Chinese Cities & Urban Culture (5)
HIS 3790  History of Africa (5)
SSB, W, UD
SSB, W, UD, WE
SSB, W, UD, WE
UD
SSB, UD
SSB, WE, UD
WE, UD
UD
UD
5
SECTION CREDITS REQUIRED5
Electives: 15 credits chosen from courses above and/or below
CourseAttributesCredits
HIS 1200  Ancient & Medieval Worlds (5)
HIS 2491  Origins of Western Science (5)
HIS 2492  Foundations of Modern Science (5)
HIS 3100  Ancient Civilization (5)
HIS 3170  Classical Civilization (5)
HIS 3320  History of England (5)
HIS 3331  History of Spain & Portugal (5)
HIS 3345  Russia,The Caucasus&Cntrl Asia (5)
HIS 3356  The Holocaust (5)
HIS 3382  Religion&Conflict:The Crusades (5)
HIS 3395  Eur Intellect Hist:Anselm-Marx (5)
HIS 3401  Early & Medieval Christianity (5)
HIS 3402  Reformatn & Modrn Christianity (5)
HIS 3405  Science & The Reformation (5)
HIS 3406  Christianity in America (5)
HIS 3435  Marxism:20thCent Theory & Prac (3)
HIS 3440  War, Peace & World Order (5)
HIS 3501  Colonial&Revolutionary America (5)
HIS 3600  History of Pacific Northwest (5)
HIS 3616  Women & Equality in America (5)
HIS 3640  Growth of Amer Economic System (3)
HIS 3670  Hist of Amer Foreign Relations (5)
HIS 3853  Historiography: Anglo-American (3)
HIS 3854  Historiography: Christian Trad (3)
HIS 3857  Historiogrphy:World Historians (3)
HIS 4495  History of Science Seminar (3)
HIS 4525  Jacksonian America, 1820-1850 (3)
HIS 4545  Transform Amer Life:1870-1900 (3)
HIS 4565  World War II (3)
HIS 4575  America in the 1960s (3)
HIS 4600  Pacific Northwest Sen Tutorial (5)
HIS 4715  Non-Western History Seminar (3)
HIS 4765  Topics in East Asian History (3)
HIS 4899  History Capstone (3)
HIS 4900  Independent Study (1-5)
HIS 4920  Readings in History (General) (1-5)
HIS 4921  Readings in Ancient History (1-5)
HIS 4922  Rdgs in European Hist(Periods) (1-5)
HIS 4923  Rdgs in European Hist (Topics) (1-5)
HIS 4924  Readings in Comparative Hist (1-5)
HIS 4925  Rdgs in U.S. History(Periods) (1-5)
HIS 4926  Rdgs in U.S. History (Topics) (1-5)
HIS 4927  Readngs in Non-Western History (1-5)
HIS 4928  Readings in Historiography (1-5)
HIS 4929  Readings in Applied History (1-5)
HIS 4930  Mentoring Practicum (1-5)
HIS 4940  History Internship (1-15)
HIS 4949  Applied History Internship (1-15)
HIS 4950  Special Topics (1-5)
HIS 4970  Independent Research (1-15)
HIS 4971  Ancient History Research (1-15)
HIS 4972  Euro History Research(Periods) (1-15)
HIS 4973  European Hist Research(Topics) (1-15)
HIS 4974  Comparative History Research (1-15)
HIS 4975  U.S. History Research(Periods) (1-15)
HIS 4976  U.S. History Research (Topics) (1-15)
HIS 4977  Non-Western History Research (1-15)
HIS 4978  Historiography Research (1-15)
HIS 4979  Applied History Research (1-15)
SSB, WKSS
SSB, WKSS
SSB, WKSS
AHB, UD
AHB, UD
UD
UD
SSB, UD
UD
UD, WE
UD
UD
UD
UD, WE
UD
UD
SSB, WE, UD
SSB, W, WE, UD
WE, UD
UD, WE
UD
SSB, W, UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
UD
15
SECTION CREDITS REQUIRED15
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED30

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