College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > History > Undergraduate


The Department of History offers an undergraduate degree, three undergraduate minors, a graduate degree, and combined bachelor’s + master’s degree programs​ in Secondary Education, International Studies, and Journalism. Undergraduate majors may select one of four concentrations: Standard, Pre-Law, Public History, or Secondary Education.

Undergraduate Major Concentrations

Note: See the College of Education for information on the BA in Secondary Education History.

Undergraduate Minors

  • History Minor
  • History of Law Minor
  • Minor in Museum Studies
    The department is proud to be part of the minor in Museum Studies. Museum Studies is an interdisciplinary endeavor that addresses the theory, organization, and management of museums and museum collections. Museums themselves are complex organizations within which a diversity of knowledge specialists work together to acquire, conserve, research, communicate and exhibit tangible and intangible evidence of people and their environment.