- ALSO, complete four additional courses (16 hours) by choosing TWO courses from EACH of the remaining areas.
Europe: Must include one course on material predominantly before 1500, one from 1500-1800, and one after 1800.
Non-Western (Latin America, Middle East, Africa, Asia): Must include one course on material predominantly before 1800, one from the 19th century, and one from the 20th century.
North America (Canada, United States): Must include one course before 1800, one from the 19th century, and one from the 20th century.
With the help of your advisor, you will need to develop a coherent plan of study. The emphasis will be to select courses that interrelate within a particular area. Your advisor will be critical to your success in choosing an appropriate plan of study.
Students with GPAs of 3.0 and above will be informed about internship opportunities or encouraged to write a senior honors thesis.
For more information contact:
Deborah R. Marinski,
Director/Assistant Professor of History and student advisor
Office: Dingus Technology Center 227
Phone: (740) 533-4637