Quality advising is a high priority for the History Department. All majors have a faculty member who serves as their advisor and students must meet with them at least once a semester.
Before registering, students should meet with their advisor and track their progress in Degree Works. To see the requirements for our History programs, please visit each program's catalog page:
New & Exciting Courses in History
HIST 356 – The 1970s: America's Decade of Change
An in depth look at the major political, social, and economic developments of the United States during the 1970s examined primarily through the lens of popular culture.
HIST 372 – European Reformation: Religion & Society
Investigates religious developments in sixteenth-century Europe (Protestant and Catholic Reformations). Includes transformations in political power, gender relations, education, warfare and other areas that have shaped Western modernity.
HIST 373 – France, Empire and War to 1804
France and its empire in the Americas, 1500-1804. Political and cultural development, French-indigenous relations, the First Global War (1756-63).