The Department of History offers four minors:
Minor in History
18 credits, with at least 6 at the 300 level or above
The Minor in Public History
The minor in Public History prepares students for non-teaching careers as historians outside the academy. Emphasis is placed on exposing students to the broad range of skills and issues associated with careers in museums, archives, historic preservation agencies, heritage tourism, historic site assessment, cultural resource management, and other careers that utilize the skills of the historian outside of the classroom setting.
9-10 required credits:
HIST 302 Introduction to Public History
300-level U.S. History course and 9 credits from a list of approved courses
Minor in Polish Studies
Requirements (18 credits)
6 credits of Polish language, unless waived by the Modern Language Department.
HIST 319 Race, Ethnicity and Migration in the U.S.
HIST 380 Modern Poland
SOC 480 The Polish-American Immigrant and Ethnic Communities
SOC 478 Current Topics in Sociology
Additional electives as approved by the Coordinator
Minor in Social Studies
12 credits from the following:
ANTH 140 Introduction to Anthropology
ECON 200 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics
GEOG 110 Introduction to Geography
GEOG 120 World Regional Geography
PS 104 The World's Political Systems
PS 110 American Government & Politics
SOC 110 Introductory Sociology
6 credits at the 300- or 400-level in a social or behavioral science department as approved by the Department of History chair.