History Minor

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses. Day school students are not allowed to register for online and CCPS courses during the fall and spring semesters.

Download the History Minor Advising Sheet (PDF)

Choose two courses from American History (one lower level and one upper level course required):
HIST 101: United States History to 1865
HIST 102: United States 1865 to Present
HIST 251: History of Slavery
HIST 265: Native American History
HIST 274: Vietnam and American Society
HIST 330: The American Civil War
HIST 343: Latin American History
HIST 350: African-American History
HIST 376: The American South Since 1865
HIST 390: Selected Topics in American History

Choose two courses from European History (one lower level and one upper level course required):
HIST 220: Ancient Civilization
HIST 223: Medieval Europe
HIST 225: Renaissance and Reformation
HIST 230: Modern Europe
HIST 273: Rome, the City: Ancient to Renaissance
HIST 321: Women in European History
HIST 322: Joan of Arc: Film and History
HIST 342: The European Witch-Hunts
HIST 380: Hitler and Stalin
HIST 381: The Holocaust
HIST 390: Selected Topics in European History

Choose two courses from World History (one lower level and one upper level course required):
HIST 108: World History from 1500
HIST 109: Asian History to 1700
HIST 212: Food, Culture and Identity in Asia
HIST 213: China: Film & History
HIST 244: Russia and the Soviet Union
HIST 306: Taiwan: The Other China

HIST 312: Islam and the West
HIST 325: Gender and Culture: East Asia
HIST 344: History of Modern Africa
HIST 346: History of Modern China
HIST 347: History of Modern Japan
HIST 374: Social History of India
HIST 375: Arab-Israeli Conflict
HIST 385: Cold War Conflict and the Developing World
HIST 390: Selected Topics in World History

**History minors may substitute HIST 494 for an upper level course requirement offered in American, European or World History.

Selected topics should be confirmed with the chair of history for consideration as major or minor credit.