The minor in history encourages students majoring in other fields to study history and to organize their historical studies in a coherent way. The structure of the minor requires students to gain both depth and breadth in history. Students must select a concentration, which enables them to acquire significant knowledge of one area of the world, and take courses outside the concentration, which encourages an understanding of diverse cultural contexts.
Minor Requirements (7 units)
- At least 3 must be at the 300 level.
- Only 1 may be an introductory colloquium:
Course List Course Title HISTORY 101-6 First-Year Seminar--European History HISTORY 102-6 First-Year Seminar--American History HISTORY 103-6 First-Year Seminar--Non-Western History
- 4 must be in one of the following areas of concentration, and at least 2 of these must be at the 300 level:
- Europe, including Britain
- Latin America
- Middle East
- United States
- Economic and labor history1
- Environmental history1
- Law and crime1
- Science and technology1
- 3 must be outside the area of concentration.
See History Department website for details.