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  • College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences

    Degree Bachelor of Arts

    Major: History

    Catalog Year: 2017-18

    Degree Requirements Details Credit Hours 120 credit hours For example, students starting a 120 credit hour program in Fall 2017 must complete a minimum of 15 credit

    hours per semester/30 credit hours per academic year to earn a Bachelors Degree on time in 4 years and graduate by May 2021. Grade Point Average ( GPA) 2.0 GPA

    Residency Rule Complete at least 32 hours at the 30000 or higher course level at Purdue University Northwest

    Experiential Learning (E X L) 1 course approved with the E X L attribute. E X L courses are noted by (e) next to the course title.

    General Education Core Purdue University Northwest requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in the following General Education competencies:

    English Composition (6 credits); Speech Communication (3 credits); Quantitative Reasoning (3 credits); Natural Science (3 credits);

    Technology (3 credit hours); Humanities (3 credits); Social Science (3 credits); Any General Education (3 credits);

    Freshman Experience Course (1 to 3 credits) For courses less than 3 credits, 1 or 2 credits must be earned from another general education approved course.

    Some courses may fulfill more than one requirement. Additional General Education coursework may be required to achieve the minimum 30 credit hours. Only courses approved by University Senate will satisfy Gen Ed Requirements. (See Course Descriptions at http://www.pnw.edu/registration/class-schedule-and-course-descriptions for more information.)

    Milestone Courses noted by (m) next to the course title have been identified as being critical to your success in this field of study. Failure to master the subject matter in milestone courses may impact your ability to progress in your degree program. This may entail achieving higher grades than just the minimum noted in this

    plan of study. Review program requirements with your academic advisor to stay on track for graduation. E X L courses are noted by (e) next to the course title.

    SEMESTER 1 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    English Composition I ENGL 10400 FA, SP 3 Yes C 10000 B 10400 - C

    High School Grades

    American History to 1877 HIST 15100 FA, SP 3 Yes C- HIST 15200

    Foreign Language Level I See Note 1 FA, SP 3 C

    First Year Experience GS 19100 FA, SP 3 Yes C- HIST 10600

    Survey of Global History HIST 10500 FA, SP 3 C-

    SEMESTER 2 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    English Composition II (e) ENGL 10500 FA, SP 3 Yes C- ENGL 10000 B min, ENGL 10400 C min

    Fundamentals of Speech COM 11400 FA, SP 3 Yes

    American Government POL 10100 FA, SP 3

    Intro to Computer Based Systems CIS 20400 FA, SP 3

    Foreign Language Level II See Note 1 FA, SP 3 C Foreign Language Level I or Placement Test

    SEMESTER 3 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Statistics & Contemporary Life STAT 13000 FA, SP 3

    Elementary Psychology PSY 12000 FA, SP 3 SOC 10000

    Intro to the Modern World HIST 10400 FA, SP 3 Yes C HIST 10200, 10300, 11000

    Foreign Language Level III See Note 1 FA, SP 3 C Foreign Language II or Placement Test

    Intro to Historiography HIST 29501 FA 3 C

    SEMESTER 4 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Introduction to Sociology SOC 10000 (m) FA, SP 3 Yes PSY 12000

    Art Appreciation AD 25500 FA, SP 3 Yes AD 11300, MUS 25000, THTR 20100, PHIL 10600, AD 22200

    Planet Earth EAS 10000 FA, SP 3 EAS 10400, FN 30300, HST 31300, PHIL 15000, MATH 13700

    Economics ECON 10100 FA, SP 3 ECON 21000

    Foreign Language Level IV See Note 1 FA, SP 3 Foreign Language III or Placement Test

    http://www.pnw.edu/registration/class-schedule-and-course-descriptions/

  • SEMESTER 5 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Ethics PHIL 11100 FA, SP 3

    Non-US History Elective See Note 3 FA, SP 3 C

    Lab Science Any Natural Science with Lab

    FA, SP 3 Yes

    Intro to Literature ENGL 23100 FA, SP 3 ENGL 23200, 26600, 26700, or PHIL 11000

    US History Elective See Note 2 FA, SP 3 C

    SEMESTER 6 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed

    Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Gender in Society SOC 31501 FA, SP 3 IDIS 10600, WOST 12000, ANTH 23000

    US History Elective See Note 2 FA, SP 3 C

    Non-US History Elective See Note 3 FA, SP 3 C

    International Relations POL 13000 FA, SP 3 POL 14100, ENGL 26600 or 26700

    Free Elective 3

    SEMESTER 7 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Racial and Ethnic Diversity SOC 31000 FA, SP 3 HIST 36600 or 46601, ENGL 25700

    History (HIST) Elective 30000 or above FA, SP 3 C

    History (HIST) Elective 30000 or above FA, SP 3 C

    Free Elective 3

    Free Elective 3

    SEMESTER 8 - Program Requirements (Course Title)

    Subject Code/ Course Number

    Term Offered (if specific)

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed

    Min Grade

    Also Allowed Pre/Co-requisite Courses

    Res. Sem. In Historical Topics HIST 49500 FA, SP 3 C

    History (HIST) Elective 30000 or above FA, SP 3 C

    History (HIST) Elective 30000 or above FA, SP 3 C

    Free Elective 3

    Free Elective 3

    Program Total 120

    Additional Information and Guidelines

    Note 1: Foreign Language Level I Course (m): Choose from: SPAN 10100, FR 10100, GER 10100, or JPNS 10100; Level II Course: Choose from: SPAN 10200, FR 10200, GER .10200, or JPNS 10200; Level III Course: Choose from: SPAN 20100, FR 20100, GER 20100, or JPNS 20100; Level IV Course: Choose from: SPAN 20200, FR 20200, GER 20200, or JPNS 20200. Must complete 4 semesters of the same foreign language.

    Note 2: US History Elective - 30000 level US History courses have a prerequisite of HIST 15100 or 15200. Other courses may be approved by the program advisor.

    Note 3: Non US History Elective - 30000 level non US History courses have a prerequisite of HIST 10400. Other courses may be approved by the program advisor.

    Students are encourage to speak with their academic advisor regarding course selections.

    Resources

    The 8 semester plan of study is a recommended sequence of classes designed to show how this program can be completed within four years. Visit www.15toFinishIndiana.org for information and resources.

    To learn more about this program, go to http://www.pnw.edu/catalog and select the appropriate academic department.

    For career information, check out What Can I Do With this Major? at http://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major.

    For Financial Aid eligibility, go to http://admissions.pnw.edu/financial-aid. Annual FAFSA filing deadline is March 10. Financial Aid recipients are required to complete 30 credits per calendar year to stay eligible for the standard financial aid award.

    Financial Guarantee: If you follow the degree map and find a course unavailable, you may be able to take the course for free in a future semester. Certain exclusions apply.

    http://www.15tofinishindiana.org/http://www.pnw.edu/cataloghttp://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major/http://admissions.pnw.edu/financial-aid/

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