Feb 27, 2024  
2023-24 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-24 Undergraduate Catalog

History, Teaching Advising Guide


 

First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring

FAK: In search Meaning &

Value: HIS 105   

HIS 106    EDU 211   LAR 202  +  EDU 321   EDU 361  

EDU 453  (8 Cr):

Student Teaching

HIS 496  

FAK: Scientific 

Perspectives 

FAK: Community & 

Idenity: HIS 206  

HIS 220    EDS 207   SSI 343  (2 cr.) SSI 344  (2 cr.) EDU 454  (2 cr.) HIS 3XX*

FAK: Mathematical

Reasoning 

FAK: Rhetorical

Communication: ENG 101  

 HIS 307   EDU 221 ** EDU 325   EDU 341  + EDU 341  L    
HIS 205   FAK: Human Creativity   CMP 201  + HIS 302  OR HIS 321   HIS 3XX* ECO/PSI/SOC**    
LAR 101     LAR 202  + CMP 201  + HIS 3xx*      
EDU 101  (Rec.)    

FAK: Global & Cultural C

Contexts

ECO/PSI/SOC**       

+ Courses offered Fall and Spring 

Students seeking certification for teaching in history must complete the following:


History: HIS 105, 106, 205, 206, 220, 307, 321 (or 302), 496 AND three additional 300 level history courses (*), with at
least one each from the European and World History areas


Areas of Study:


United States History: HIS 302, 305, 306, 307, 320, 321, 329, 337, 342, 352
European History: HIS 317, 318, 335, 338, 341, 348, 350World History: HIS 302, 304, 326, 339, 342, 350, 353

Wold History: HIS 306, 326, 339, 342, 350, 353

Special notes: Students must take HIS 220 during the fall semester of their sophomore year.
HIS 302 and HIS 342 may count as either United States History or World History. HIS 350 may count as either European
History or World History. HIS 306, 326, 329, 338, and 342 are cross-listed with PSI.

Additional requirements:

This program requires another teaching endorsement to be completed in addition to History. Social Science
is strongly recommended
(see the Social Science Advising Guide)
 **A total of six or more credits chosen from one or more of the areas of ECO, PSI, and SOC
 *** transfer students may take EDU 221 & 321 concurrently, not EDU 321 & 341
 All requirements listed under the catalog section Secondary Education.

Cognates: SSI 343, 344


Students should meet with Dr. Emily Griesch early in their first year. Students will be assigned two faculty advisors, one
from Education and one from History, both of whom will approve courses each semester, to ensure that students are
meeting all requirements.