Majors and Minors 2013-2014

History Major: Standard Program

A minimum of 39 credits is required including the following:
Two of the following 100 level courses:
HIST 101 World History to 1500   3 cr
HIST 102 World History Since 1500   3 cr
HIST 126 U.S. History to 1865   3 cr
HIST 127 U.S. History Since 1865   3 cr
HIST 402 Seminar in History   3 cr
Two of the following courses in regional history:
HIST 250 History of the Middle East   3 cr
HIST 254 History of Africa   3 cr
HIST 260 History of Latin America   3 cr
History electives numbered 300 or above   24 cr

No more than six credits in independent study or correspondence courses can be counted toward any History Major. 

History Major: Comprehensive Program

The comprehensive program in History is the Secondary Licensure Emphasis. This Emphasis does not require a separate minor, and it allows the student to pursue a course of study in which History is integrated with other disciplines within the social sciences.

Secondary Licensure Emphasis

This emphasis qualifies students for the State of Colorado License in Social Science
Education. A minimum of 66 credits is required, including:
HIST 101 World History To 1500   3 cr
HIST 102 World History from 1500   3 cr
HIST 126 US History to 1865   3 cr
HIST 127 US History from 1865   3 cr
HIST 327 Colorado History   3 cr
Three upper division History electives   3 cr
HIST 402 Seminar in History   3 cr
Three of the following:
HIST 330 Colonial American History   3 cr
HIST 333 The Revolutionary Era and Early National Period
   3 cr
HIST 336 Antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction, 1830-1877   3 cr
HIST 340 Reform and Reorganization in American Society   3 cr
HIST 343 Depression and World War II   3 cr
HIST 346 Recent American History   3 cr
HIST 348 History of the Trans-Mississippi West   3 cr
HIST 349 History of the Hispanic Southwest   3 cr
Two of the following:
HIST 311 Medieval History   3 cr
HIST 312 Renaissance and Reformation Era, 1350-1600  3 cr
HIST 316 19th Century Europe   3 cr
HIST 318 20th Century Europe   3 cr
HIST 354 Conflict in Africa   3 cr
HIST 360 Mexico   3 cr
HIST 364 Women in Latin American History   3 cr
HIST 365 Latin American Revolutions   3 cr
Two of the following:
HIST 311 Medieval History   3 cr
HIST 312 Renaissance and Reformation Era, 1350-1600   3 cr
HIST 315 The Old Regime and the French Revolution   3 cr
HIST 316 19th Century Europe   3 cr
HIST 318 20th Century Europe   3 cr
HIST 354 Conflict in Africa   3 cr
HIST 360 Mexico   3 cr
HIST 364 Women in Latin American History   3 cr
HIST 365 Latin American Revolutions   3 cr
One of the following:
HIST 250 History of the Middle East   3 cr
HIST 254 History of Africa   3 cr
HIST 260 History of Latin America   3 cr
In addition, the student must fulfill the requirements of the Secondary Licensure Program (see description under Education), and the following:
ECON 201 Macroeconomics   3 cr
ECON 202 Microeconomics   3 cr
ECON 303 International Economics and Globalization   3 cr
GEOG 110 World Regional Geography    3 cr
GEOG 120 Introduction to Human Geography   3 cr
GEOG 250 Geography of North America   3 cr
POLS 180 Introduction to American Government   3 cr
POLS 182 Issues in State and Local Government   3 cr
POLS 255 Comparative Government   3 cr
No more than six credits of independent study or correspondence can becounted toward any History Major.

History Minor

A minimum of 21 credits is required including 12 credits of upper-division History electives, and the following:
One of the following:
HIST 101  World History to 1500 3 cr
HIST 102  World History Since 1500 3 cr
One of the following:
HIST 126  U.S. History to 1865 3 cr
HIST 127  U.S. History Since 1865 3 cr
One of the following:
HIST 250  History of  the Middle East  3 cr
HIST 254  History of Africa 3 cr
HIST 260  History of Latin America 3 cr
No more than three credits of HIST 492 Independent Study may be used to satisfy the upper-division electives.

Capstone Course Requirement: The following course in the History Major fulfills the Capstone Course Requirement: HIST 402 Seminar in History.