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History students gain a systematic approach by which to solve problems. Investigative and analytical skills can be applied in teaching and non-teaching environments.

Students majoring in history can apply their knowledge to many professions, including public relations, advertising, and journalism. Ambrose history grads have had careers in the government, law, higher education, and business.

 

Requirements for a Major in History (34 credits)

Required
+HIST 100 History Matters
+HIST 201 United States to 1877
+HIST 202 United States since 1877
HIST 205 Introduction to Historical Methods

Choose one:
+HIST 210 The Atlantic System 
+HIST 211 Asia
+HIST 212 Modern Africa
+HIST 213 Latin America

Choose two:
+HIST 215 Classical Europe
+HIST 216 Medieval Europe
+HIST 217 Modern Europe

Two courses at the 300-level;

Choose two:  
WI-HIST 400 Senior Seminar in World History
WI-HIST 401 Senior Seminar in American History OR WI-HIST 410 Capston Research Experience
HIST 415 Why History Matters to Me (1 credit)

Requirements for a Minor in History (15 credits)

US History Minor

Required
+HIST 201 United States to 1877
+HIST 202 United States since 1877

Plus 9 additional credits in US History above the first year level.

World History Minor

Required
Choose two:

+HIST 215 Classical Europe
+HIST 216 Medieval Europe
+HIST 217 Modern Europe

Choose one:
+HIST 210 The Atlantic System 
+HIST 211 Asia
+HIST 212 Modern Africa
+HIST 213 Latin America

Plus 6 additional credits in World History above the first year level.

General History Minor

Required
+HIST 201 United States to 1877
+HIST 202 United States since 1877

Choose one:
+HIST 215 Classical Europe
+HIST 216 Medieval Europe
+HIST 217 Modern Europe

Plus 6 additional credits in history.

Requirements for a Teaching Major in History (34 credits)

Required
HIST 205 Introduction to Historical Methods;
+HIST 201 United States to 1877;
+HIST 202 United States since 1877;
15 credits above the first year level;

Choose one:
+HIST 210 The Atlantic System
+HIST 211 Asia
+HIST 212 Modern Africa
+HIST 213 Latin America

Choose two:
+HIST 215 Classical Europe
+HIST 216 Medieval Europe
+HIST 217 Modern Europe

Choose two:
WI-HIST 400 Senior Seminar in World History
WI-HIST 401 Senior Seminar in American History OR WI-HIST 410 Capston Research Experience
WI-HIST 410 Capstone Research Experience

and HIST 415 Why History Matters to Me (1 credit)

Education courses required for certification are listed in the Education section of the catalog. Students must maintain a 3.00 GPA in History with no grade lower than a C.