History Teaching Minor
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.
Students who intend to graduate on the 128 credit degree program should consult with Advising & Career Services and their faculty advisor before selecting a teaching minor. Some requirements for certain teaching minors can be met in General Education, but some others cannot. Students choosing to take teaching minors with requirements beyond 21 credits may take credits in excess of 128 to complete their teaching major and preferred teaching minor. For students who are gaining teaching licensure in a content major, the following minor leads to endorsement.
All students desiring licensure to teach are required to file an Application for Admission to the Educator Preparation Program.
|EDU 497A||Methods: 5-12 Social Studies||2|
|HSTA 101||American History I *||3|
|HSTA 102||American History II *||3|
|HSTA 460||Montana and the West||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|
|HSTA 499||Senior Capstone||3|
|or HSTR 499||Senior Thesis/Capstone|
|Select one of the following courses in non-western history:||3|
|The Atlantic World 1492-1763|
|History of Mexico|
|Pre-Columbian & Col Lat Am|
|Modern Latin America|
|History of Ancient Near East|
|Middle East/20th Century|
|Col & Independ Afr since 1884|
|Topics in Asian History|
|History of Vietnam|
|Total Minimum Credits||23|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.