Academic Concentration in History

What is an Academic Concentration in History?

Students pursuing an Associates in Arts and Sciences can earn an Academic Concentration in History notation on their transcript.  Students must complete an Application for a History Academic Concentration, and receive a  signature by the History Program Chair.  Applications are available in the Social Science Division Office, D-110, and online.

How can students earn an Academic Concentration in History?

Complete 20 credits in History (earning a grade of “C-“ or better in each class), as follows:

GROUP A = Complete One course in United States History (5 credits):

  • HIST& 146: U.S. History I
  • HIST& 147: U.S. History II
  • HIST& 148: U.S. History III

AND

GROUP B = Complete One course in World History (5 credits)

  • HIST 101: History of Civilization—Cultural Traditions
  • HIST 102: History of Civilization—Middle Ages
  • HIST 103: History of Civilization—Contemporary World
  • HIST 120: Global History

AND

GROUP C = Complete One Thematic History course (5 credits):

  • HIST 150:    African American History
  • HIST 185:    History of Latin America
  • HIST 205:    History of World War II
  • HIST 210:    Modern Asia
  • HIST 212:    Sport in America—A Social History
  • HIST& 214:  Pacific Northwest History
  • HIST 245:    The U.S. in World Affairs
  • HIST 246:    History of Immigration to the U.S.
  • HIST 250:    U.S. Military History
  • HIST 261:    Middle East in the Islamic Era
  • HIST 280:    Africa

AND

Complete One additional course (5 credits) from either Group B (World History) or Group C (Thematic History course), but not Group A (U.S. History)

 

 

Last Updated February 8, 2017