For those who love history but do not foresee it as their major career focus, a history minor can be a rewarding option. Because of its flexibility, the history minor may also be shaped to augment a variety of majors. You and your adviser decide on a three-course concentration, and then you choose any other history courses you wish to meet the remaining requirements.
In addition to meeting the following requirements for this degree, students must meet the university requirements for all minors.
Students pursuing this minor must complete 18 credits in history with a minimum 2.00 GPA. Eight credits must be unique to the minor.
Of the courses applied to the minor, four courses (12 credits) must be at the 300 or 400-level.
Students choose courses to meet this requirement that are concentrated in a region or topic. The region or topic should relate, if possible, to their major. List of courses, by region, can be found in the BA in history degree requirements. Students should review their plan with the director of the minor.
In addition to HIST courses, students may use HNRS 240 to fulfill this requirement.
Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years. See the University Catalog archives.