This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Learning Outcomes in History
- Identify primary sources and secondary sources and assess their validity and applicability to a project.
- Use primary and secondary sources to construct historical knowledge through analysis and interpretation.
- Compose a persuasive and clearly written essay that maintains and supports a historical thesis.
- Prepare a paper that meets the format and citation expectations of the discipline.
|HSTA 101||American History I *||3|
|HSTA 102||American History II *||3|
|HSTR 101||Western Civilization I *||3|
|or HSTR 103||Honors Western Civilization I|
|HSTR 102||Western Civilization II *||3|
|or HSTR 104||Honors Western Civilization II|
|Nine upper-division credits in History courses selected in consultation with advisor.|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
May satisfy General Education requirements.