History: An Extraordinary Gateway Into Who We Are
Tiffin University’s History Major has been developed for the student interested in pursuing graduate studies in History or related fields. Our History Education Major may serve as an anchor for individuals seeking to teach social studies at a two-year community college. As a History Major, you’ll have the opportunity to concentrate on your own selected areas of specialization.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hour|
|ECO222||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|HIS122||Research and Writing for History (w)||3|
|*HIS231||Creating a Nation (w)||3|
|*HIS242||US 1865-1945 (w)||3|
|*HIS267||US after 1945 (w)||3|
|*HIS303||Dawn of Human Kind (w)||3|
|*HIS323||The Emerging West (w)||3|
|*HIS410||The Interconnected World (w)||3|
|Two HIS Elective (w)|
|POL391||Comparative Political Systems||3|
|SOC360||Multicultural Issues in Society (w)||3|
|Note: History majors should fulfill GEC History requirements with HIS121, the GEC Culture requirement with CUL220 and Social Sciences with POL101, ECO221, and SOC101.|
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