1. Completion of the University Residency Requirements
2. 120 credits (123 if the student has taken MTH 1825)
3. Completion of the University Integrative Studies and Mathematics requirements: 28-37 credits
4. Completion of the College of Social Science Requirements:
- 15 credits in courses in the College of Social Science, of which at least 12 must be in one discipline or on one theme
- 9 credits in courses in the College of Arts and Letters
- 6 credits in courses in the College of Natural Science or approved substitute
5. And these course requirements:
- HST 201 (Historical Methods and Skills)
- Three of the following: HST 140, 150, 202, 203, 205A, 205B, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212
- Two senior seminars (courses number HST 48x)
- At least 12 but not more than 19 additional credits in History courses at the 300- or 400-level
- These 33-40 credits must include at least 6 credits in each of the following geographical areas: the United States; Europe; Africa, Asia, Latin America and/or the world as a whole.
History majors in the Honors College, in addition to the privileges and exemptions that apply to all Honors College students, are not required to take the lower-level survey courses required of other majors. They are encouraged to fulfill their 33-40 credits in History with 300- and 400-level work. Each Honors College student is also required to complete an Honors thesis, which normally involves six credits of independent research under the direction of a professor and the writing of a 50 to 75 page paper.
For questions about the major, see Frequently Asked Questions, or contact Professor Emily Tabuteau at email@example.com.