Undergraduate Catalog - History and Intercultural Majors | Judson University Christian College

History Majors

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1. 40% of major requirements must be completed at Judson
  2. 40% of major requirements must be upper division

History Major

GEN EDS REQUIRED BY MAJOR (NON-DEGREE STUDENTS):

  • ENG210 Advanced Essay Writing (fulfills Gen Ed Advanced Writing Requirement)
  • HIS301 Reflecting on the Conversation (fulfills Gen Ed GEN301 Requirement)
HISTORY CORE     Required = 3 courses, 9 hours
 HIS171Rise of U.S. Until 1877(3) 
 HIS172Rise of U.S. Since 1877(3) 
 HIS484Historical Research and Writing(3) 
U.S. HISTORY ELECTIVES    Required = 6 hours
 Choose two of the following:
 HIS375City and Suburb in American History(3) 
 HIS376Minority Experience in America(3) 
 HIS378American Foreign Relations Since 1898(3) 
 HIS377Recent America: The U.S. Since 1945(3) 
 HIS380History Methods: US(3) 
 POL222American Government(3) 
WORLD HISTORY ELECTIVES    Required = 12 hours
 Choose four of the following:
 HIS363Medieval Europe(3) 
 HIS364The Classical Mediterranean(3) 
 HIS365World in Revolution(3) 
 HIS366Nationalism and Globalism(3) 
 HIS367Modern Imperialism: 18th Century to Present(3) 
 HIS381History Methods: World(3) 
 HIS391History and Culture of China(3) 
 HIS392History and Culture of Japan(3) 
 HIS393History and Culture of Southeast Asia(3) 
 HIS394Modern Latin America(3) 
HISTORY ELECTIVE     Required = 3 hours
 NOTE: Course may not duplicate with Gen Ed requirements.
 HIS***History Elective(3) 
ADVANCED WRITING/SPEECH    Required = 2 courses, 6 hours
 ENG210Advanced Essay Writing(3) 
 - OR -EDU325         Literacy Across the Curriculum(3) 
 SPC323Advanced Public Speaking(3) 
 - OR -EDU411         Student Teaching(3) 
ADVANCED CRITICAL THINKING    Required = 3 hours
 Choose one of the following:
 PHL260Introduction to Philosophy(3) 
 SSC391Statistics and Research Design(3) 
 EDU347Social Science Methods - Secondary(3) 

 

History/Pre-Law Major

GEN EDS REQUIRED BY MAJOR (NON-DEGREE STUDENTS):

  • HIS301 Reflecting on the Conversation (fulfills Gen Ed GEN301 Requirement)
U.S. HISTORY/GOVERNMENT     Required = 3 courses, 9 hours
 HIS171Rise of U.S. Until 1877(3) 
 HIS172Rise of U.S. Since 1877(3) 
 POL222American Government(3) 
U.S. HISTORY/GOVERNMENT ELECTIVES     Required = 6 hours
 Choose two of the following:
 HIS375City and Suburb in American History(3) 
 HIS376Minority Experience in America(3) 
 HIS378American Foreign Relations Since 1898(3) 
 HIS377Recent America: The U.S. Since 1945(3) 
WORLD HISTORY ELECTIVES   Required = 9 hours
 Choose three of the following:
 HIS363Medieval Europe(3) 
 HIS364The Classical Mediterranean(3) 
 HIS365World in Revolution(3) 
 HIS366Nationalism and Globalism(3) 
 HIS367Modern Imperialism: 18th Century to Present(3) 
 HIS391History and Culture of China(3) 
 HIS392History and Culture of Japan(3) 
 HIS393History and Culture of Southeast Asia(3) 
 HIS394Modern Latin America(3) 
BUSINESS LAW/PHILOSOPHY    Required = 3 hours
 Choose one of the following:
 BUS253Business Law(3) 
 PHL260Introduction to Philosophy(3) 
ADVANCED SPEECH    Required = 3 hours
 Choose one of the following:
 SPC321Persuasion(3) 
 SPC323Advanced Public Speaking(3) 
ELECTIVE    Required = 3 hours
 NOTE: Course may not duplicate with Gen Ed requirements.
Choose one of the following:
 HIS3**History 300-level Elective(3) 
 HIS4**History 400-level Elective(3) 
 THS3**Theological Studies 300-level Elective(3) 
 THS4**Theological Studies 400-level Elective(3) 
 BUS347Business Communication(3) 
 ENG210Advanced Essay Writing(3) 
 ENG211Non-Fiction Prose(3) 
 ENG240Media Writing(3) 
 ENG357Creative Writing(3) 
 ENG442Screenwriting for TV and Film(3) 
HISTORICAL RESEARCH   Required = 1 course, 3 hours
 HIS484Historical Research and Writing(3) 
PRE-LAW PRACTICUM    Required = 3 hours
 NOTE: POL495 may be taken for 1-3 hours up to 3 times
 POL495Pre-Law Practicum II(3) 


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