Bachelor of Arts-Teaching
REQUIRED: (20 hours)*
**SOC SCI 4190 - The Teaching of the Social Studies (co-requisite: 900:191) - 3 hours
**SOC SCI 4191 - Field Experience: Teaching Social Studies (co-requisite: 900:190) - 1 hour
**SOC SCI 4190 and SOC SCI 4191 may only be taken the semester before you are scheduled to student teach!
HIST 1010 - Introduction to the Study of History - 3 hours
AND co-requisite HIST 1011 - Field Experience: Public History - 1 hour
(these courses must be taken immediately after the major is declared)
HISUS 1110 - United States History to 1877 - 3 hours
HISUS 1120 - United States History Since 1877 - 3 hours
(1110 and 1120 must be taken by the end of the sophomore year)
HIST 3000 - Junior-Senior Seminar - 3 hours
*All History majors must successfully complete HUM 1021, HUM 1022, and HUM 1023. Not all transferred Humanities courses that meet Liberal Arts Core requirements also fulfill the History requirement. Transfer students must check with their advisor to be sure the requirement for HUM 1021, HUM 1022, and HUM 1023 has been met.
ELECTIVES IN HISTORY: (24 hours) must be 4000-level courses
European History - 9 hours
Must include one course from Category A and one from Category B
|HISEUA 4310||HISEUA 4360||HISEUB 4510||HISEUB 4650|
|HISEUA 4320||HISEUA 4420||HISEUB 4520||HISEUB 4660|
|HISEUA 4330||HISEUA 4440||HISEUB 4610||HISEUB 4670|
|HISEUA 4340||HISEUA 4460||HISEUB 4620||HISEUB 4680|
|HISEUA 4350||HISEUA 4480||HISEUB 4630||HISEUB 4680|
|HISEUB 4640||HISEUB 4690|
United States History - 9 hours
Non-Western History (Asia, Africa, Latin America) - 6 hours
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|HISNW 4720||HISNW 4830||HISNW 4870|
|HISNW 4730||HISNW 4840||HISNW 4880|
|HISNW 4740||HISNW 4850|
NOTE: Courses used to meet the Liberal Arts Core or other degree requirements may not be used to meet requirements of this major. Ungraded credit will not be counted on the major or minor.
ENDORSEMENT(S) OR A MINOR IN ANOTHER SOCIAL SCIENCE ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED:
economics, geography, political science, American government, sociology, anthropology. See appropriate department for required courses.
PROFICIENCY IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED: (particularly for students planning to do graduate work).