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Schreyer's Honors History Major Requirements Overview

Schreyer's Honors History Major Requirements Overview
General Education Requirements 46 credits
B.A. Degree Requirements 18-30 credits
Electives 18-30 credits
History Major Requirements 36 credits
Total Credits Required to Graduate123 credits

6 CREDITS

Must successfully complete one of the following three sequences

HISTORY 001 (Western Heritage 1) & HISTORY 002 (Western Heritage 2)

HISTORY 010 (World History 1) & HISTORY 011 (World History 2)

HISTORY 020 (Am. Civilization to 1877) & HISTORY 021 (Am. Civilization since 1877)


12 CREDITS

Must successfully complete one 100 or 200-level History course in each of the following areas

EUROPEAN HISTORY
(107 108 120 121 134 141 142 143 144 235)

UNITED STATES HISTORY
(113 115 116 127 130 151 152 153 154 155 156 158 160 161 200 210 230)

GLOBAL HISTORY
(105 142 165 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 181 182 183 184 185 188 189 191 192 250)

PRE-MODERN HISTORY
(100 101 102 104 105 107 108 122 165 174 176 180 191)

UNCATEGORIZED
(103 110 113 117 118 119 122 123 124 166 211 220)


3 CREDITS

Must successfully be completed at 400‐level History


9 CREDITS

Must successfully be completed at 400‐level History

3 credits must be in Global History
(423 431 432 467 468 471Y 472 473 474 475Y 476 479 480 481 482 483 484Y 485Y 486 489 493)


HONORS THESIS

Students should consult with the Honors Advisor and thesis supervisor prior to beginning research for a thesis.

3 CREDITS

Must successfully complete HISTORY 494 (during 7th term)

3 CREDITS

Must successfully complete HISTORY 494H (during 8th term)

NOTE: student must achieve a grade of “C” or higher for a History course to be counted as requirement credits towards the History Major.

For further guidance contact:

Ben Whitesell, History Department Academic Advisor, bdw150@psu.edu (814-867-4121)

Mike Milligan, Honors Advisor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, mjm61@psu.edu (814-863-6670)