32 credit hours total. Hmm.
- (check) History 100 (preferably in the freshman year) or six hours in pre-1789 European history.
- (check) Six credit hours in United States history.
- (check) Six credit hours in European history (which may include British but not History 100).
- (check, counting Japan next sem) Six credit hours in Latin American, Asian, and/or African history.
- (check) Six credit hours in the pre-1789 period (not including History 100).
- (probably check) Twelve credit hours at the 300 and/or 400 level.
- One of the following undergraduate seminars:
- History 288 (Introduction to Historical Methods) for freshmen and sophomores only
- History 487 (The Nature of History) or History 488 (The Historian's Craft).
- If qualified to do so, a student may write an honors thesis as an alternative to a seminar.
comp sci minor
Plan B - 9 hours above 300 level
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