Minor in History
A minor in History allows you to better understand how societies function and how the world we all live in today developed. It helps you hone skills in analysis and writing which are valuable in a wide variety of different career paths. Small course sizes and faculty dedicated to undergraduate education create a favorable environment for intellectual challenge and exploration.
Program Requirements and Policies
- Five courses of 3 semester-hour units (SHUs) or more are required to complete the minor.
- A single course may fulfill several of the concentration requirements. (For example, a course on Early Modern Europe could fulfill both the European history and pre- or early-modern requirements).
- One history course covering the pre- or early modern period.
- One course in each of any two of the following areas: Africa, East Asia, Europe, Global/Transregional, Latin America, the Middle-East/Central Asia, South Asia, or the United States
- Three courses developed as a coherent core in consultation with the student's minor advisor.