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2011-12 Undergraduate Catalog 
2011-12 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History, Teacher Licensure, B.A.

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A major in History with teacher licensure consists of 39 semester hours (13 courses): five lower-division courses: HIST 1110 *, HIST 1120 *, HIST 2010 *, HIST 2020 *, and HIST 2030  (HIST 3060  may substitute for HIST 2030 ); and eight upper-division courses. Of the eight upper-division History courses, one must be HIST 3010  (Historian’s Craft) or HIST 3011  (Teaching Historical Thinking); two must be selected from each of the following areas: global, European, and U.S.; and the remaining course may be any upper-division History course. Students must also fulfill all the other requirements for the B.A. degree (see Academic Policies and Procedures ), to include a foreign language** and a specific minor listed for the B.A., and must meet additional teacher licensure requirements and the Secondary Education minor requirements. History majors are to see their departmental advisors at least once per semester.

*Courses counting as General Education requirements also needed for the History major

**Prerequisites in foreign language may result in more than 124 hours

Secondary Education Minor Requirements

Students must contact the Secondary Education minor advisor for approval of appropriate courses. (For specific procedures and additional requirements for teacher licensure, see College of Education .)

NOTE: Please see Secondary Education minor   for minor information and additional information.

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