• Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a Major in History (for majors declared Fall 2016 and later)

    • 36 credit hours in History with specified distributions to provide students with a broad understanding of history
    • Survey Courses
      • One course in each of two geographic divisions
        • U.S. History: HIS 1050 [AI], 2040, 2050
        • European History: [HS] HIS 1000, 1300, 1400, 1995, 2605
        • World History: [HS] HIS 1600, 1610, 1710, 1910 and HIS 1700, 1900
    • Intermediate Methodology
      • HIS 3000 - The Historian's Craft
    • Intermediate Coursework
      • At least two history courses numbered between 3001-4999 (excludes 4990 less than 3 credits and 4997)
    • Advanced Coursework
      • At least three courses numbered above 5000 (excluding 5993 and 5996)
    • Advanced Methodology
      • HIS 5996 - the History Capstone course, which is taken with HIS 5993 - The Writing Intensive
    • Chronological Distribution
      • In the course of the 36 hours for the degree, at least one course must be in the period before 1800 and one course must be in the period after 1800
    • Upper-division Geographical Distribution
      • In the 5 courses numbered over 3000, at least one course must be in each geographic division
        • U.S. History
        • European History
        • World History (Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East
    • For more information, contact:  Gayle McCreedy, undergraduate advisor (ab3697@wayne.edu).
       
  • Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a Minor in History

    • 18 credit hours in History classes, with a maximum of 9 hours transferred from othere institutions
    • HIS 3000 - The Historian's Craft
    • At least six hours of the 18 total must be in courses numbered 3001 or above
    • Contact:  Gayle McCreedy, undergraduate advisor (ab3697@wayne.edu).

 

If you declared your major prior to Fall 2016, your requirements can be found here.

 

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