Minor in History
Units required for Minor: 24, all of which must be taken in History; a minimum of 12 upper division units is required
History, in the broad sense, is the study of all human experience. It examines the people, institutions, ideas, and events from the past to the present. The study of history contributes to cultural literacy and develops critical thinking and other useful skills while helping students understand the present and plan for the future. Historical study provides a solid, fundamental preparation for careers in business, industry, government, and education. It also serves as excellent preparation for law school, foreign service, international work, urban affairs, historical consulting, and library science.
Minimum Grade Requirement
Grade "C-" or better required for courses applied to the minor.
|HIST 17A||United States History, 1607-1877 ||3|
|HIST 17B||United States History, 1877-Present ||3|
|Select one of the following sets:||6|
|Survey of Early Western Civilization|
Survey of Modern Western Civilization
|World Civilizations, Beginnings-1600|
World Civilizations, 1600-Present
|Select 12 units of Upper Division History Courses||12|