PROGRAM COURSE REQUIREMENTS

HISTORY

 

 

FOUNDATION COURSES            (HISTORY)                                                   HOURS

HIST 110            World Civilization to 1500…………………………….…....3

HIST 111            Modern World Civilization……………………………...…..3

HIST 130            United States History to 1877……………………………….3

HIST 131            United States History Since 1877…………………………...3

HIST 377            Approaches to U.S. History…………………………………3

HIST 378            Approaches to World History……………………………….3

HIST 379            Historical Methods…………………………………………..3

 

HISTORY PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES AND PEDAGOGY CORE

HIST 277            Early Field Experience………………………………………1

HIST 479            Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies…………….3

 

MAJOR ELECTIVES

Upper-division electives in United States history…………………..……….12

Upper-division electives in European…………………………….…………..3

Upper-division elective in World (Latin Amer., Mideast, Far East, Africa)…3

Upper-division electives in European or World….……………….………….6

           

FOUNDATION COURSES (GOVERNMENT)

POLS 101            American Government……………………………………….3

POLS 103            State and Local Government…………………………………3

POLS 230            Introduction to International Relations……………………….3

Upper-division electives in Political Science………………………………...6

 

ELECTIVE INTEGRATIVE COURSE

IDS 300            Economic Ideas and Current Issues OR

IDS 402            US Human Geography:  Issues for the 21st Century OR

IDS 499            Global Environmental Issues…………………………………3

SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSES

SOC 140            Introduction to Sociology……………………………………..3

GSCI 110            World Geography……………………………………………..3

ECFI 202            Principles of Economics: Macro………………………………3

           

ADDITIONAL HUMANITIES OR SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE COURSES

ECFI 201            Principles of Economics:  Micro OR

GSCI 101            Elements of Physical Geography OR

GSCI 105            Cultural Geography OR

GSCI 321            United States Geography OR

SOC 145            Intro to Anthropology OR

SOC 388            Sociology of the Family………………………………..3

 

            TOTAL………………………………………………......................79

For more information, contact Dr. Paul Nienkamp, Department of History, 785-628-5584.

PROVISIONAL ENDORSEMENT

HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT

 

FOUNDATION COURSES            (HISTORY)                                                   HOURS

HIST 110            World Civilization to 1500…………………………….…....3

HIST 111            Modern World Civilization……………………………...…..3

HIST 130            United States History to 1877……………………………….3

HIST 131            United States History Since 1877…………………………...3

 

HISTORY PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES AND PEDAGOGY CORE

HIST 277            Early Field Experience………………………………………1

HIST 479            Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies…………….3

 

MAJOR ELECTIVES

Upper-division electives in United States history…………………..……….6

Upper-division electives in European…………………………….…………3

Upper-division elective in World (Latin Amer., Mideast, Far East, Africa)..3

           

FOUNDATION COURSES (GOVERNMENT)

POLS 101            American Government……………………………………….3

Upper-division elective in Political Science or POLS 103 or POLS 230……3

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSES (2 of the 3)

SOC 140            Introduction to Sociology

GSCI 110            World Geography

ECFI 202            Principles of Economics: Macro………………………………6

 

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR PROVISIONAL……………………40

 

ADDITIONAL COURSES REQUIRED FOR FULL ENDORSEMENT:

HIST 377            Approaches to U.S. History…………………………………3

HIST 378            Approaches to World History……………………………….3

HIST 379            Historical Methods…………………………………………..3

Upper-division electives in United States history…………………..……….6

Upper-division electives in European or World….……………….………...6

POLS 103            State and Local Government………………………………..3

POLS 230            Introduction to International Relations……………………...3

Upper-division electives in Political Science (need total of 15 hrs in

     Political Science).………………………………………………………...3

ADDITIONAL HUMANITIES OR SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE COURSES

ECFI 201            Principles of Economics:  Micro OR

GSCI 101            Elements of Physical Geography OR

GSCI 105            Cultural Geography OR

GSCI 321            United States Geography OR

SOC 145            Intro to Anthropology OR

SOC 376            US Racial and Ethnic Groups………………………………..9

TOTAL………………………………………………..................................79

For more info, contact Dr. Paul Neinkamp, Dept of History, 785-628-5584

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