History Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Public History Concentration

History-Field of Specialization (36 crs.)

Required (18 crs.)


 

HIS105 

3 crs.

HIS106 

3 crs.

HIS201 Early History of U.S.

3 crs.

HIS202 Recent History of U.S.

3 crs.

HIS203 Theory and Practice of History

3 crs.

HIS397 Seminar in Comparative History

3 crs.

Restricted Electives (12 crs.)


 

American History

3 crs.

European History

3 crs.

Africa/Asia/Latin America

6 crs.

Free Electives in History (6 crs.)


 

At 300 level or above

B.A. history majors are highly encourage to elect a minor(s) or a second major.
 


 

History-Public History Concentration (42 crs.)

Required (18 crs.)


 

HIS105

3 crs.

HIS106 

3 crs.

HIS201 Early History of U.S.

3 crs.

HIS202 Recent History of U.S.

3 crs.

HIS203 Theory and Practice of History

3 crs.

HIS397 Seminar in Comparative History

3 crs.

Restricted Electives (12 crs.)


 

American History

3 crs.

European History

3 crs.

Africa/Asia/Latin America

6 crs.

Public History Methods (6 crs.)


 

Required 


 

HIS319 Introduction to Applied History

3 crs.

Select one 


 

HIS413 Pennsylvania History
 

3 crs.

HIS430 U.S. Cultural History
 

3 crs.

HIS433 Oral History
 

3 crs.

HIS 490 Selected Topics (with advisement)
 

3 crs.
 

Required Internship 

 

HIS 387/389

HIS 391
 

6 crs.

3 crs.

3 crs.
 

Portfolio Requirement: For assessment and career development purposes, all B.A. and B.S.Ed. majors are required to assemble and submit a portfolio documenting their academic growth and their major accomplishments.

Note: All students completing a Bachelor of Arts degree are required to attain proficiency in a foreign language. Proficiency may be satisfied by completing a language class at the 103 (intermediate) level or three years of any one foreign language in high school. Students may also meet this requirement through AP testing or CLEP testing.


What's New?!

To view the Spring Newsletter for the History Department: Click Here!

Diggin' History! Series

Link to view Diggin' History! Series and Alumni Mentor Series online: Click here!

Stay tuned for next semester's Diggin' History! Series programs!

Previous talks:

A Talk by historian and conservator: A. Newbold "Newbie" Richardson

"Quilts In Context: Women's History, Craft, and Material Culture in America"

Date: Thursday, November 12 2015 Location: Rowland Hall 200 Time: 7:30

Scheduling Information

-Registration for Spring 2016 and Winter 2015 begins on October 26th

-Know your scheduling time: login to myship, Student, My Academics, under Registration Tools select Registration Status to see your scheduling time.

-Check for Holds (traffic tickets, unpaid fees or fines): myship, Student, My Academics, under Registration tools, Check Holds

-Make an appointment with your advisor:  You must have a PIN number to schedule classes.  If you don't know who your advisor is go to myship, Student, My Academics, My Student Resources, My Advisor.

Join us for the SU History Club meeting every Monday this Spring Semester

Location: Dauphin Humanities (DHC) 205

Time: 7:30pm 

For more information, contact History Club President: Tyler Newcomer Email: tn9044@ship.edu