Bachelor of Arts in History
In order to be admitted as a history major:
Students wishing to transfer credit toward a Bachelor of Arts in history must schedule a formal meeting with an advisor at the Wilson Advising Center.
Major Areas of Interest
Asia, Europe, Latin America, and United States.
In consultation with an advisor, a history major selects an interest area from the four principal geographical areas.
Minor Areas of Interest
Asia, Europe, Latin America, United States, and Methodological or Topical.
In consultation with an advisor, a history major selects a minor concentration from the four principal geographical areas. With departmental approval, a student may devise a topical or methodologically defined minor.
The progress of individual students is monitored by the Wilson Advising Center.
Incoming students must seek advising from the Wilson Advising Center on requirements in the major and on general education requirements. Every student majoring in history must keep regular appointments with his or her advisor in the Wilson Advising Center. Failure to seek academic advising may result in delays of anticipated date of graduation.
Still have questions about the History Department’s undergraduate program? Please feel free to contact the department chair, Dr. David Tanenhaus.