College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > History > Undergraduate > History (BA) > Concentration Requirements > Secondary Education History
The Secondary Education concentration is intended to be completed as a double major with the College of Education. Please consult a COE advisor for more information.
NOTE: History majors in the 3+3 BA/JD program may not choose the Secondary Education concentration.
In order to fulfill the history portion of the double major, here are the required courses:
Students take five 100- or 200-level courses, including:
History majors should take HST 298 at the beginning of their sophomore year, after they have completed two or three of their lower-division courses as well as WRD 103 and WRD 104. Transfer students should plan on registering for HST 298 as soon as possible.
*Important Note: Students must complete WRD 103 and WRD 104 or HON 101 prior to enrolling in HST 298. For all concentrations, HON 102 may be counted toward lower division requirements.
Once they have completed HST 298, students take six HST courses at the 300 level. One of the 300 level classes must be a gateway course linked to HST 390. Note that HST 390 counts as a capstone and not as one of the six 300 level HST courses.
History majors cap off their studies with HST 390 CAPSTONE IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND WRITING, a course in deep and sustained historical research and writing. To prepare for this capstone, one of the six 300-level HST classes must be part of a two-quarter linked sequence (called the “gateway course”). Students are strongly encouraged to take this sequence either in their junior or senior year bearing in mind that the gateway HST 390s are reliably offered only in Autumn-Winter and Winter-Spring. Not all 300-level HST courses are gateways to the HST 390 capstone, so students should refer to the History Department web page and postings in SAC 420 for applicable offerings. HST 299 is a prerequisite for HST 390.
Students will take one additional lower or upper division HST course.
Note: In addition to the World and US requirements at the lower level shown above, of the remaining requirements ( 6 upper level courses and one at either level) 2 must be US and 2 non-US.
Open elective credit is also required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
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