A minor in history is the perfect accompaniment to any major degree of study. Course work in history not only introduces students to the lives of past peoples and cultures, but it also provides students with the skills necessary to research and interpret the past and to think critically about the world in which we live. These skills can be applied universally and can enhance students' understanding of their own major field of study.
A minor in history consists of 15 semester hours of upper division course work in a planned program which includes:
- Two upper division American history (AMH) courses
- Two upper division European history (EUH) courses
- One upper division history elective
History majors may not earn this minor.
If you are interested in minoring in history, please contact the department's undergraduate adviser Katie Riesenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-857-6037.