History, Social Sciences, Secondary Education BA

Bachelor of Arts in History, Social Science, Secondary Education
Course Number and TitleCredits
UF 100 Foundations of Intellectual Life3
UF 200 Foundations of Ethics and Diversity3
FW ENGL 101 Writing and Rhetoric I3
FW ENGL 102 Writing and Rhetoric II3
FC Foundations of Oral Communication3
FM Foundations of Mathematics course3-4
FN Foundations of Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course with lab4
FN Foundations of Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
FA Foundations of Arts course3
FH Foundations of Humanities course in a foreign language3-4
FS ED-CIFS 201 Foundations of Education3
FS POLS 101 American National Government3
EDTECH 202 Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age3
ED-CIFS 301* Teaching Experience I2
ED-CIFS 302* Learning and Instruction4
ED-CIFS 401* Professional Year—Teaching Experience II3
ED-CIFS 405* Teaching Secondary Social Studies3
ED-LLC 444* Content Literacy for Secondary Students3
ED-ESP 350* Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs at the Secondary Level3
Teaching Experience III/IV*14
*You must apply for admission to secondary teacher education to enroll in these upper-division education courses.
Completion of all requirements for graduation with a secondary education option may require more than 120 credit hours. See Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies for more information.
Additional course in the same foreign language as used to satisfy the FH requirement to equal one (1) year of college-level foreign language in sequence.
Language equivalency required by the History Department will be determined by the Department of World Languages or the History Department.
HIST 111 United States History I3
HIST 112 United States History II3
HIST 220 The Historical Craft or
HIST 222 History for Teachers (preferred)
(Must be completed with a grade of C or better)
Courses chosen from:
HIST 101 World History I
HIST 102 World History II
HIST 103 History of Western Civilization I: Prehistory to the 17th Century
HIST 104 History of Western Civilization II: 17th Century to Present
HIST 121 Asian Civilizations
HIST 131 Latin American Civilizations
HIST 141 African Civilizations
HIST 151 Islamic Civilization
HIST 223 Introduction to Environmental History
HIST 234 Ancient Civilizations of the Mediterranean
HIST 245 Medieval Europe
HIST 246 The History of Everyday Life in Europe
HIST 253 Medieval Islamic History
HIST 268 Working in America: Class, Labor, and Inequality
HIST 274 Fact, Fiction, and History
HIST 280 History of Love and War
European History course chosen from:
HIST 300 Daily Life in the Roman World
HIST 302 The Roman Republic
HIST 306 Bonfires & Bells: Medieval & Renaissance Religion & Culture
HIST 308 The Age of Renaissance and Reformation
HIST 309 The Old Regime and the French Revolution
HIST 310 Forced to Flee: Refugees in European History
HIST 311 Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean
HIST 319 Europe Since the Second World War
HIST 320 Global Diaspora: Refugees in the Modern World
HIST 322 Saints And Sinners: Women In Christianity
HIST 323 The History of Marriage and the Family in Europe
HIST 324 History of European Women
HIST 325 History of Socialism
HIST 326 History of the Holocaust
HIST 327 World War I
HIST 329 History of European Film
HIST 343 History and Memory
HIST 380 Themes in European History
History of the Americas course chosen from:
HIST 262 Witnessing Latin America
HIST 330 Human Rights Past and Present
HIST 332 Colonial America
HIST 334 Civil War and Reconstruction
HIST 335 Framing the United States: 1776-1800
HIST 336 Jacksonian America: 1800-1850
HIST 338 The History of U.S.-Latin American Relations
HIST 339 United States Military History: 1775-Present
HIST 341 Native American History
HIST 342 History of the American West
HIST 346 Women and Gender in the U.S. West
HIST 347 America in the 1960s
HIST 348 American Religious History
HIST 349 History of Multicultural America
HIST 350 United States Economic History
HIST 351 North American Environmental History
HIST 352 America Sees Red
HIST 353 The Making of the Modern American City
HIST 354 The Pacific World
HIST 355 The Atlantic World
HIST 356 Debating Capitalism: The History of American Economic Thought
HIST 357 When the Bottom Falls Out: Economic Crisis in American History
HIST 358 Global Capitalism
HIST 363 History of Mexico
HIST 365 Borders and Borderlands in Latin America
HIST 366 The Caribbean in the American Century
HIST 367 Modern Latin America
HIST 381 Themes in the History of the Americas
HIST 390 United States Immigration History
Non-Western History course chosen from:
HIST 321 Environmental History of Modern East Asia
HIST 340 The Korean War
HIST 345 Animals in History
HIST 368 The Islamic Middle East
HIST 369 The Modern Middle East
HIST 370 Ottoman History
HIST 372 The History of Modern Southeast Asia
HIST 373 The History of Modern China
HIST 376 Global Environmental History
HIST 378 The Making of Modern Japan
HIST 382 Themes in non-Western History
HIST 389 Environmental History of Modern War
FF HIST 498 Senior Research Seminar3
Social Science field other than history (political science will need only 18 credits over those already required. Economics and sociology will require 21 credits)18-21
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