Minor in History

Minor in History

15 semester credit hour minimum 

Any two HIS courses, plus

Three courses from two different categories:

Pre-Modern and Early Modern Eras courses: 

HIS 301. Ancient History: The Near East and GreeceHIS 302. Ancient History
HIS 310. The Middle Ages
HIS 315. Early Modern Europe
HIS 320. Medieval England
HIS 321. Early Modern Britain
HIS 345. Colonial Americas in a Transatlantic World

Modern Europe courses:

HIS 317. Europe in the Nineteenth Century
HIS 318. Twentieth Century Europe
HIS 322. Modern Britain
HIS 325. Revolution and Its Legacy in France
HIS 327. The Rise of Modern Russia
HIS 328. The Russian Empire and the Soviet Regime
HIS 330. The First and Second World Wars
HIS 332. An Intellectual History of Modern Europe 

United States courses

HIS 350. United States in the Founding Era, 1763-1815
HIS 351. United States in the Industrial Era, 1815-1940
HIS 356. The Civil War and Reconstruction
HIS 359. United States in the Global Era, 1940-2001
HIS 361. The Old South
HIS 362. The New South
HIS 363. African American History
HIS 365. History of Georgia
HIS 370. An Intellectual History of America
HIS 377. U.S. Women’s History, Colonial Era to the Present

 

An option to the above: Instead of three courses from the above categories, students may take HIS 395 (Studies in Historiography) and any two HIS courses at the 300-level or higher.