Other Courses count toward Major
OTHER COURSES may count toward HISTORY MAJOR if approved by the History Department Chair or your advisor. Usually only courses offered by an historian visiting in another department are considered for History department credit. However, if you have questions about whether or not a course from another department may count towards your History fields, please contact the Chair (email@example.com ext. 5446) or the History Department Office (firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 4217).
Foreign Language Option: 199
Independent Studies: 290, 291, 292, 390, 391, 392
Internship 393, included under heading of topic of study.
Courses from other departments that are included in the 72-credit count when offered by historians:
American Studies 115
Classical History courses: Classics 227 Greek History, Classics 228 Roman History and Classics 229 History of Later Roman Empire, Byzantium & Islam
Economics 232, 233, 340, 341 (American and European Economic History)
Economics 250 when taught by Professor Martha Paas or another Economic historian.
European Studies 110 when taught by historian
Religion 140: History of Religion in America, HistUS
2010 Fall, Chinese 282: Chinese Civilization, HistAsia (for China program) (after 6/9/2010)
2010 MELA 240: Turkey Today: An Introduction, HistAsia (after 6/9/2010)
2011 MELA 230: Jewish Collective Memory, HistEarlyModernEurope (after 6/9/2010)
2012 MELA 243 (was taught by Maureen Jackson, 2011)