MAJOR CURRICULUM - HISTORY1
|HIST 5380 - Historiography|
|Five courses chosen from:|
|HIST 5301 - Problems in American History|
|HIST 5302 - The West in American History|
|HIST 5305 - Civil War and Reconstruction|
|HIST 5310 - Problems in World History|
|HIST 5315 - Seminar in Twentieth-Century U.S. History|
|HIST 5320 - Problems in Latin American History|
|HIST 5324 - Seminar in U.S. Women's History|
|HIST 5325 - Seminar in Mexican History|
|HIST 5330 - Seminar in European History|
|HIST 5340 - Seminar in Asian History|
|HIST 5345 - Seminar in U.S. Foreign Relations|
|HIST 5355 - Seminar in the History of Religion|
|HIST 5360 - Seminar in Border History|
|Two graduate courses from one discipline. Courses must be at the 5000-level|
|HIST 5398 - Thesis|
|HIST 5399 - Thesis|
1In unusual circumstances a student may take
a 4000-level course for graduate credit with the permission of the advisor.
2Select from CRIJ/ENGL/IS/PSCI/PSYC/SOCI/SPAN.
Note: See COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES - UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES for information on the combined BA/MA degree in History.
No more than three hours at 4000-level may be applicable to the degree.
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