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History

2014-15 

MARCO CABRERA-GESERICK, Visiting Assistant Professor
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Arizona State University

LENDOL G. CALDER, Professor
B.A., University of Texas-Austin; M.A., Ph.D., Chicago

TODD C. CLEVELAND, Assistant Professor
B.A., M.A., New Hampshire; Ph.D., Minnesota

DAVID L. ELLIS, Associate Professor
B.A., Wake Forest; M.A., Ph.D., Chicago

BRIAN LEECH, Assistant Professor
B.A., University of Montana; M.A., Ph.D., Wisconsin-Madison

JANE E. SIMONSEN, Associate Professor
B.A., Gustavus Adolphus; M.A., Ph.D. Iowa

DAVID TUCKER, Teaching Fellow
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa

ALBERT LOUIS ZAMBONE, Visiting Assistant Professor 
B.A., The Johns Hopkins University; M.A., The Catholic University of America; M.St., D.Phil, University of Oxford

Plan 1 — Major in History

30 credits, distributed as follows: 6 credits from 100-level history courses; 3 credits for HIST-200; 6 credits for HIST-481 and HIST-482; 15 additional credits in history, 12 of which must be at the 300/400 level.

Additional Requirements: Students in Plan 1 must: take at least two 3-credit courses centered on topics in African, Asian, and/or Latin American history; take at least one 3-credit “skills and methods” course (oral history, public history, historiography or internship); take at least two 3-credit courses centered on topics before 1800.

Plan 2 — Major in Teaching History

36 credits distributed as follows: 9 credits in U.S. history (6 credits from HIST-130, HIST-131, HIST-132; 3 credits from a 300-level U.S. history course in a period other than the ones taken at the 100-level); 9 credits in European history (3 from HIST-110 orHIST- 111; 3 from HIST-112 or HIST-113; 3 from HIST-390 (when a European topic), HIST-310, HIST-311, HIST-312, HIST-315, HIST-341, HIST-346); 12 credits from HIST-150 or HIST-151, HIST-305 or HIST-306, HIST-371, and one of the following: HIST-120, HIST-121, HIST-140, HIST-141, HIST-330, HIST-348; 3 for HIST-200; 3 for HIST-490 (may substitute with 481/482 sequence or HIST-450/HIST-451 sequence). See Department of Secondary Education for required supporting courses.

Plan 3 — History Honors

33 credits distributed as follows: 6 credits from 100-level history courses; 3 credits for HIST-200; 6 credits for HIST-450 and HIST-451; 18 additional credits in history, 15 of which must be at the 300/400 level. In addition, honors majors must show proficiency in a foreign language, either by taking a language through HIST-203 or demonstrating the equivalent result in a language exam.

Additional Requirements: Students in Plan 1 must: take at least two 3-credit courses centered on topics in African, Asian, and/or Latin American history; take at least one 3-credit “skills and methods” course (oral history, public history, historiography or internship); take at least two 3-credit courses centered on topics before 1800.

Minor in History

18 credits, distributed as follows: 6 credits from 100-level history courses; 3 credits from history 200; 9 credits from 300- and 400-level history courses.
NOTE: Unless permission of the instructor is given, all 300- and 400-level courses have a prerequisite of any 100-level course. Students are strongly recommended to take 200 before taking any 300-or 400-level courses. Instructors may specify that upper-level courses have 200 as a prerequisite, unless permission of the instructor is given.


 

Courses (HIST)