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1 Bachelor of Arts in History The Bachelor of Arts in History degree explores history's fascinating events, people, and cultures that determined the course of modern civilization. Whether you re interested in the Antiquities, Western Civilization, Colonial or American History, the Civil War, World War II, the Cold War, Middle East history, or an analysis of Iran, this dynamic history program offers compelling choices. This bachelor s program emphasizes critical and analytical thinking, and effective research and writing skills. Graduates with history degrees can be found as curators, archivists, educators, or in professions involving research, writing, editing, advocacy, politics, or historical preservation. Many university faculty members teaching these courses are published historians who bring unique perspectives and relevant research into the classroom. You ll also connect and interact online with other students who share your enthusiasm for history. Degree Program In addition to the institutional and general education level learning objectives, the Bachelor of Arts in History also seeks the following specific learning outcomes of its graduates. With reference to each of the respective areas of history, graduates in this degree program will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of key historical facts, values, and ideas that have shaped civilizations throughout history. Analyze primary sources in their historical context. Analyze secondary sources and identify various approaches to historical interpretation through critical reading. Evaluate historical arguments based on primary sources and the historical method. Demonstrate ability to conduct independent historical research in primary and secondary sources and complete a major research paper. Degree at a Glance General Education Requirements 30 Major Required 9 Select one of the following concentrations: 39 General Concentration (p. 2) American History (p. 3) European History (p. 4) Global History (p. 4) Final Program Requirements 6 Elective Requirements 36 Total Semester Hours 120 Degree Program Requirements General Education Requirements (30 semester Arts and Humanities (6 semester 1 Select 2 courses from the following: 6 ARTH200 ARTH241 DSIN141 LITR201 LITR202 LITR210 LITR211 LITR220 LITR221 ARAB100 ARAB101 FREN100 FREN101 GERM100 GERM101 JAPN100 MUSI200 PHIL101 PHIL110 PHIL200 PHIL202 PORT100 RELS201 RUSS100 SPAN100 SPAN101 Art Appreciation Film and Literature Image Enhancement using Adobe Photoshop World Literature through the Renaissance World Literature since the Renaissance English Literature: Beowulf to18th Century English Literature: 18th Century to Present American Literature before The Civil War American Literature from The Civil War to Present Arabic I Arabic II French I French II German I German II Introduction to Japanese Music Appreciation Introduction to Philosophy Critical Thinking Introduction to Ethics Philosophy of Science Introduction to Brazilian Portuguese Introduction to World Religions Russian I Spanish I Spanish II Civics, Political and Social Sciences (6 semester 1 Select 2 courses from the following: 6 ANTH100 ANTH202 CHFD220 COMM211 COMM240 ECON101 ECON102 Introduction to Anthropology Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Human Sexuality Social Media and Society Intercultural Communication Microeconomics Macroeconomics 06/01/18 1

2 EDUC200 GEOG101 HOSP110 IRLS210 LITR204 LITR205 POLS210 PSYC101 SOCI111 SOCI212 SOCI220 Humane Education: A Global Interdisciplinary Perspective Introduction to Geography Practical Food Safety and Awareness International Relations I Contemporary World Culture Through Literature Cultural Diversity in Contemporary American Literature American Government I Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Sociology Social Problems American Popular Culture Communication: Writing, Oral, and Multimedia (8 semester COMM110 Information & Digital Literacy 2 ENGL110 Making Writing Relevant 3 COMM200 ENGL102 ENGL200 ENGL220 ENGL221 ENGL225 HRMT101 IRLS200 ITCC231 MGMT100 Public Speaking Effectiveness in Writing Composition and Literature Technical Writing Scientific Writing Business Writing Human Relations Communication Information Literacy and Global Citizenship Introduction to Information Technology Writing Human Relations History (3 semester HIST101 American History to 1877 HIST102 American History since 1877 HIST121 HIST122 Western Civilization before The Thirty Years War Western Civilization since The Thirty Years War HIST221 African-American History before 1877 HIST222 African-American History since 1877 HIST223 HIST270 History of the American Indian History of Science Mathematics and Applied Reasoning (3 semester MATH225 Calculus Natural Sciences with Lab (4 semester Select 1 course from the following: 4 SCIN121 SCIN130 SCIN131 SCIN132 SCIN133 SCIN134 SCIN137 SCIN140 Habitable Worlds Are We Alone with Lab Introduction to Biology with Lab Introduction to Chemistry with Lab Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology with Lab Introduction to Physics with Lab Introduction to Astronomy with Lab Introduction to Meteorology with Lab Introduction to Environmental Science with Lab Total Semester Hours 30 Identify a broad knowledge of historical literature that pertains to ACCT105 Accounting for Non Accounting Majors the topic of study included in the degree program. ENTD200 Fundamentals of Programming Describe and locate the linkage between historical studies and MATH110 College Algebra allied disciplines. MATH111 College Trigonometry Compare and contrast the historical experiences that go beyond a MATH120 Introduction to Statistics single time period and national or cultural experience. MATH125 Math for Liberal Arts Majors 06/01/ All literature courses require successful completion of ENGL101 - Proficiency in Writing or ENGL110 - Making Writing Relevant. Major Required (9 semester HIST111 World Civilization before HIST112 World Civilization since HIST300 Research Methods in History 3 Total Semester Hours 9 Students must choose a concentration for this degree program and may select from a General Concentration, Concentration in American History, Concentration in European History, or Concentration in Global History. General Concentration (39 semester Students who pursue a General History Concentration are exposed to the social impact, consequences, and changes of various pivotal historical events. They will learn critical and analytical thinking and effective writing and research methods. Students study the philosophies, personalities, strategies, leadership, and other factors that influenced the world. Topics cover American History, Ancient and Classical History, Diplomatic History, and Global Cultures and History.

3 Interpret historical forces that have shaped social change and contemporary human problems. Analyze history from diverse perspectives of ancient and contemporary historical cultures, nations, and regions. Analyze history from in-depth study of one or more periods, cultures, nations, regions, or seminal events. Analyze historical material to make judgments, to establish causal relationships between facts, to find order and patterns, and to answer why and how - not just simply report. Demonstrate an understanding of history as a creative art, a subjective discipline and an imaginative interpretation of the past. Concentration Requirements (39 semester HIST230 History of East Asia 3 HIST301 Ancient Greece 3 HIST302 Ancient Rome 3 HIST402 Colonial America 3 HIST403 The Early Republic, HIST406 Civil War And Reconstruction, HIST350 History of the Middle East 3 HIST408 The United States: 1900 to Second World War 3 HIST409 The United States: WW II to the Present 3 HIST303 HIST304 HIST305 HIST306 The Middle Ages The Renaissance France in the Age of Enlightenment The British Empire HIST307 The Age of Dictators: Europe HIST308 History of European Colonialism Concentration in American History (39 semester A student enrolled in the Concentration in American History is recommended to take HIST101 - American History to 1877, and HIST102 - American History after Students who pursue a concentration in American History will concentrate on American history from the Colonial Period to the present. Students study the philosophies, personalities, strategies, leadership, and other factors that influenced the United States. Topics cover foreign policy and military operations as well as the domestic political, economic, and social components of America. Compare and contrast the philosophy of early American leaders and how this resulted in a break from the British Empire. Analyze the reasons America pushed westward and what that expansion entailed. Identify and give examples of the causes of the Civil War. Differentiate the outcomes of the Civil War in the North and the South. Assess the social, economic, and political situation in America leading up to the 20th century. Expound upon the technical revolution in America at the turn of the 20th Century. Identify the causes of the Great Depression and recognize the attempts that were made to bring America out of it. Analyze America's reasoning for joining both World Wars. Elaborate on the political background of the Cold War and what factors led to the diplomatic meltdown between the United States and the Soviet Union. Integrate the cultural revolution of the 1960s and what was happening in Vietnam. Identify major political, cultural, and economic developments in the 1980s, 1990s, and in the 21st Century. Concentration Requirements (39 semester HIST402 Colonial America 3 MILH320 The American Revolution 3 HIST403 The Early Republic, HIST404 Jacksonian America, HIST405 Antebellum America, HIST406 Civil War And Reconstruction, HIST407 The Gilded Age, HIST408 The United States: 1900 to Second World War 3 MILH360 World War II 3 HIST409 The United States: WW II to the Present 3 HIST290 HIST301 HIST302 HIST303 HIST305 HIST306 History of the Holocaust Ancient Greece Ancient Rome The Middle Ages France in the Age of Enlightenment The British Empire 06/01/18 3

4 HIST308 HIST310 HIST320 HIST340 HIST350 HIST370 MILH355 History of European Colonialism History of Modern Europe History of Russia History of Africa History of the Middle East Asia and the Modern World World War I Concentration in European History A student enrolled in the Concentration of European History is recommended to take HIST121 - Western Civilization before The Thirty Years Wars, and HIST122 Western Civilization after the Thirty Years War as part of their General Education Requirements. Students who pursue a concentration in European History will focus on developments that took place in Europe from ancient Greece to the present. Students will study the political, philosophical, scientific, and social changes that laid the foundation for early Europe to the key developments that led to the major European wars of the 19th and 20th centuries. Topics concentrate on the development of political, economic, and cultural institutions in early European societies and the rise of Europe as a global power in the modern period. Identify and discuss the major political, cultural, economic and military developments of Rome and Greece. Trace the rise and accomplishments of Byzantium and its changing relationship with Islam. Examine the rise of the Ottoman Empire as a European power. State the factors that brought Europe out of the Dark Ages. Analyze the key developments of the Renaissance, the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, and Europe s Age of Discovery, and identify individuals who contributed to the artistic and cultural rebirth. Expound on the causes and effect of the Industrial Revolution, and infer the importance of trade to the development of European powers. Summarize Napoleon's rise to power and identify the shift to Nationalism. Identify key political figures in 20th Century Europe and describe the shift to Nationalism. Describe the political and social causes of World War I and World War II, and state the social and economic implications of these wars. Describe the creation of the League of Nations, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the United Nations (UN) and identify their purposes. Examine the causes of the Cold War and identify major political, cultural, and economic developments during this time. Concentration Requirements (39 semester HIST301 Ancient Greece 3 HIST302 Ancient Rome 3 HIST303 The Middle Ages 3 HIST304 The Renaissance 3 HIST305 France in the Age of Enlightenment 3 MILH365 The Napoleonic Wars and the Long Peace 3 HIST306 The British Empire 3 HIST307 The Age of Dictators: Europe HIST308 History of European Colonialism 3 HIST340 HIST350 HIST360 HIST370 HIST402 History of Africa History of the Middle East History of Latin America Asia and the Modern World Colonial America HIST403 The Early Republic, HIST404 Jacksonian America, HIST405 Antebellum America, HIST406 Civil War And Reconstruction, HIST407 The Gilded Age, HIST408 HIST409 HIST415 MILH355 MILH360 MILH411 MILH412 The United States: 1900 to Second World War The United States: WW II to the Present The Cold War World War I World War II Diplomacy and War I Diplomacy and War II Concentration in Global History (39 semester Students enrolled in the Concentration in Global History will examine the major events, personalities, and accomplishments that have taken place in all regions of the world from pre-history until the present. Students will study the political, philosophical, scientific, and social 06/01/18 4

5 changes that shaped the history of Europe, Asia, Africa, and the New World. Special emphasis will be placed on how these regions interacted with one another over the millennia to create the modern world. Identify significant personalities and events in world history. Explain the rise and spread of the major world religions. Identify the invention, diffusion, and impact of major technological innovations through history. Describe the patterns of migration and relationship between nomadic cultures and civilization. Trace the emergence of Afro-Eurasian trading networks before Europe's Age of Discovery and emerging patterns of world trade in the early modern period. Explain Europe's scientific, political, and industrial revolutions and the impact of Western political and economic influence in the world. Assess the rise and spread of Western hegemony and the reaction of non-western cultures and civilizations to Western contacts, intrusions, and colonization during the 19th and 20th centuries. Trace the patterns and problems of decolonization and the rise and fall of Communism and the emergence of a multi-polar world in the 21st century. Analyze the United States' emergence as a world power after two world wars and the rise of the Pacific Rim. Final Program Requirements (6 semester HIST491 Writing a Research Proposal 3 HIST498 Senior Seminar in History (to be taken as the last 3 course before graduation) 1 Total Semester Hours 6 1 Prerequisite: HIST491 - Writing a Research Proposal and Senior Standing and completion of all major courses prior to enrollment. May not be taken concurrently with HIST491. Elective Requirements (36 semester Select any courses that have not been used to fulfill major requirements. Credits applied toward a minor or certificate in an unrelated field may be used to fulfill elective credit for the major. Concentration Requirements (39 semester HIST230 History of East Asia 3 HIST340 History of Africa 3 HIST350 History of the Middle East 3 HIST308 History of European Colonialism 3 HIST306 The British Empire 3 HIST360 History of Latin America 3 HIST320 History of Russia 3 MILH355 World War I 3 MILH360 World War II 3 HIST301 Ancient Greece HIST302 Ancient Rome HIST408 The United States: 1900 to Second World War HIST409 The United States: WW II to the Present IRLS392 Globalization and the Market Economy IRLS440 The Third World: Dependency and Development 06/01/18 5

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