History Department  
History (B.A.) and History Minor

Research papers are incorporated into 3000- and 4000- level offerings, and majors must satisfactorily complete two such courses with research papers prior to entering the Senior Research Project. A grade of C or better is required in all history courses for history majors.

Major Requirements
Credit Hours: 37 
Required courses: 16 Hours


US/American Concentration

Required courses: 16 Hours
HIST 1003 United States History to 1876 
HIST 1103 United States History Since 1876 
HIST 1203 World Civilization to 1500 OR
HIST 1303 World Civilization Since 1500 
HIST 3063 Methods and Practices 
HIST 3193 Junior Research Project 
HIST 4321 Senior Capstone/Portfolio 


Electives

Nine (9) hours selected from the courses listed below, including one 4000-level seminar other than the Senior Capstone. Students must also successfully complete six (6) hours chosen from the World Concentraton list:

HIST 2003 History of Women in the United States HIST 2413 Popular Culture in America 
HIST 2503 Native American History
HIST 2703 US/Canadian Environmental History
HIST 3263 Topics in United States Social History
HIST 3363 Topics in United STates Cultural History
HIST 3462 Topics in United States Cultural History
HIST 3703 Oklahoma and the Southwest
HIST 4063 Seminar in American History
HIST 4851-3 Directed Readings

World Concentration:

Required courses: 16 Hours

HIST 1003 United States History to 1876 OR
HIST 1103 United States History Since 1876 
HIST 1203 World Civilization to 1500 
HIST 1303 World Civilization Since 1500 
HIST 3063 Methods and Practices 
HIST 3193 Junior Research Project 
HIST 4321 Senior Capstone/Portfolio 


Electives

Nine (9) hours selected from the courses listed below, including one 4000-level seminar other than the Senior Capstone:Students must also successfully complete six (6) hours chosen from the US/American Concentraton list:

HIST 1413 Survey of Asian History and Politics
HIST 2603 History of Warfare 
HIST 2713 Regional Geography
HIST 2803 International History
HIST 3563 Topics in teh History of Asia 
HIST 3663 Topics in European History
HIST 3763 Topics in the Ancient World
HIST 4163 Seminar in Non-American History 
HIST 4263 Seminar in Comparative History
HIST 4851-3 Directed Readings

General Electives: Six hours from the courses listed above or those listed below:

HIST 2103 Issues in Women's Studies
HIST 3803 Invented Traditions: Public History and Popular Memory
HIST 4523 Workshop in Applied History
HIST 4481 Internship in Public History
HIST 4991 Independent Study


Recommended Courses:
French, Spanish, German, or Chinese courses leading to a reading facility.

*History, political science, and history/political science majors who are pursuing teacher certification are required to take the following courses.

HIST 2713 Regional Geography
HIST 3703 Oklahoma and the Southwest
ECON 3313 Macroeconomics
SOC  2013 Introduction to Sociology

Minor in History
Requirements
Credit Hours: 15


HIST 1003 American History to 1876 or
HIST 1103 United States History Since 1876

HIST 1203 World History to 1500 or
HIST 1303 World History since 1500

Additional history courses 9