The major consists of 33 hours (11 courses) of course work to include:

World History to the Mid-17th Century
World History since the Mid-17th Century
History of the U.S. Since 1912
American Government

And six additional upper division (300-400 level) courses in history. The selection of these six upper division courses by the student is done in consultation with his or her academic advisor. The student is free to choose which courses will be studied, for there is no established sequence of courses that must be taken.

Upper Level Courses Include:

History of the United States to 1836
History of Women in America
History of England to 1714
History of Georgia
History of African Civilizations
Latin America
The Rise of Modern China
The Renaissance and Reformation
History of Modern Germany