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History - Applied and Public History Concentration, BS

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Program Code: 246*/246B
CIP Code: 54.0101

General Education Requirements (44 Hours)

Some general education requirements may be double-counted in the major with departmental approval. Please see your advisor for information.

Major Requirements (63 Hours)

2.0 major GPA is required for graduation. Major GPA calculation will include all courses taken in the major department, plus any other courses under Major Requirements. Minimum of 18 semester hours of courses taken to fulfill major requirements must be courses offered by Appalachian.

At least 3 hours 2000 level HIS is required prior to taking a 3000 level HIS course; at least 3 hours 3000 level HIS course is required prior to taking a 4000 level HIS course. No more than l5 semester hours from the 2000 level, which includes HIS 2800, may be included to fulfill Major Requirements.

Writing in the Discipline (3 Hours)

Regional History Requirements (18 Hours)

Choose 6 hours from each of these three areas:

  • European
  • United States
  • Non-western [Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East]

Additional History Courses (12 Hours)

  • Choose 12 hours HIS electives in keeping with requirements in italics above.

Senior Level Requirements (Choose 3 Hours)

Career-Oriented Concentrations (24 Hours)

Applied or Public History

The Career-Oriented Concentration consists of a minimum of 24 semester hours drawn from courses below or any other approved course.

No more than 3 hours from the 1000 level may be used to fulfill concentration requirements.

At least 12 hours of the concentration must be at or above the 3000 level.

Minor (Optional)

Electives (15 Hours)

Taken to total 122 hours for the degree

  • 2 semester hours of free electives must be outside the major discipline.

Total Required (122 Hours)

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