History Minor

A history minor is an excellent way to examine historical questions and issues regardless of which major you choose to pursue. Students must complete 15 credit hours within the selection of history courses.

By studying history, you gain invaluable skills, whether your future is in criminal justice, law, psychology or other careers. History teaches an appreciation of change and continuity over time, as well as helping to develop skills in communicating ideas and critical thinking. The study of history is a fundamental part of a liberal education.

Course Requirements


Choose any two of the following history courses:
HIS 103 American History I or
HIS 113 American History II or
HIS 203 World Civilization I or
HIS 213 World Civilization II

History electives - 9 credit hours
History electives, at least 3 credit hours level 300 or above

Total Minor Program: 15 credit hours

For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.