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This is the most comprehensive of the history majors, with requirements that diversify the degree to cover as much of the world as can be done in a 40-credit undergraduate degree. Like all majors, this one requires the completion of two courses unique to history students (HIS-200 and HIS-490), and then three courses from the 200-level surveys of regional history.
Along with that foundation, the history major requires the completion of the following: one course from a list which covers the history of women, gender and sexuality; two courses on U.S. history; one course each on Asia, Latin America, Europe, and Africa; and one course on the classical world or religious history.
This major can be completed as either a B.A. or a B.S.
Along with choosing a major program in history, you will need to choose the degree -- that is, whether that major is a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. We can broadly describes the differences between the two; specific and up-to-date requirements are in the undergraduate course catalog in the tab above. With the B.A., you spend up to two years learning a modern language; with the B.S., you conduct additional coursework in the sciences. This is an important decision with long-term implications. Think about the following:
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