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2022-2023 Catalog 
2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History Minor

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Professors: David Doellinger, Patricia Goldsworthy-Bishop, Kimberly Jensen
Associate professor: Elizabeth Swedo
Visiting assistant professor:  Ricardo Pelegrin Taboada


Promote a community of scholars dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, professional and community service. This community connects students with the past through a global and comparative perspective and provides them with the tools for critical thinking and analysis that are the foundation of the liberal arts education.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Critically analyze, synthesize and evaluate primary and secondary historical sources.
  2. Engage multiple historical methodologies and multiple sources to produce well-researched written work.
  3. Explain historical developments across multiple cultures and regions.

Core Courses

Choose at least one course from four of the five categories below and three additional electives. A minimum of 16 credits must be upper division.

The History minor should be planned with the help of a History Department adviser. HST 201 , HST 202  and HST 203  are designated as North American Studies; HST 104 , HST 105  and HST 106  are designated as Comparative/Methods.

Total Credits: 28

Satisfactory Grade Use

Program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.

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