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History Academic Plan

Freshman Fall

Freshman Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
ENG 1110 English Composition I 3
HIST 1320 World Soc. 3
HUM 2410 Arts and Humanities I 3
or
HUM 2420 Arts and Humanities II 3
MATH GEC Requirement 3
MFL GEC Foreign Language III 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
ENG 1210 English Composition II 3
HEDU 1531 Health 2
HIST 2210 U.S. Hist. to 1865 3
HUM 2410 Arts and Humanities I 3
or
HUM 2420 Arts and Humanities II 3
MATH GEC Requirement 3
SOSC GEC Requirement 3
Semester Credits:

Sophomore Fall

Sophomore Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
HIST 1100 World Soc. to 1650 3
HIST 2000 Hist. Writing and Lit. 3
HUM GEC Requirement 3
MSCM 1250 Speech Communication 3
SCI GEC Science Requirement 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
GEC GEC General Elective 3
GEC GEC General Elective 3
HIST 2220 U.S. Hist. Since 1865 3
HIST 2890 Methods and Applications in Hist. 3
SCI GEC Science Requirement 3
Semester Credits:

Junior Fall

Junior Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
GEC GEC General Elective 3
GEC GEC General Elective 3
HIST CNC History Concentration 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST African History 3
or
HIST European History 3
or
HIST Latin American History 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
GEC GEC General Elective 3
HIST CNC History Concentration 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST African History 3
or
HIST European History 3
or
HIST Latin American History 3
Semester Credits:

Senior Fall

Senior Spring

Dept Id Title Credits
GEC GEC General Elective 3
GEC GEC General Elective 3
HIST CNC History Concentration 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
Semester Credits:
Dept Id Title Credits
GEC GEC General Elective 3
GEC GEC General Elective 3
HIST CNC History Concentration 3
HIST ELE History Elective 3
HIST SEM History Seminar 3
Semester Credits:
Estimated Minimum Required Credits: 124
NCCUs Dept. of History offers courses and concentrations in American , African, European, Latin American, African American, African Diaspora, and Public history. Programs of study present students with opportunities to teach history at the secondary level, practice public history, pursue graduate or professional study, or enter into a variety of careers. The Department continues to produce more students who have earned the PhD in History than any other HBCU. We are especially pleased to be in a position to train secondary teachers. North Carolina and many other states is experiencing a chronic shortage in qualified teachers. We are committed to training and placing teachers.br/br/A. AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES - ART 1200 ENG 3410, 3420 POLS 3510 DRAMA 4140 br/B. ANTHROPOLOGY - GEOG 2000, 3500, 4900 SOCI 2400, 3220, 4000 br/C. CRITICAL WRITING - ENGM 2420 ENG 3110, 3700, 3800 ENGM 3500 PHIL 2000 POLS 3210 br/D. FRANCOPHONE STUDIES - FREN 1020, 2100, 2200, 2300, 3080, 3100, 3110, 4200br/E. HISTORIC PRESERVATION - ARTF 1500, 2320 ART 3020 ARTF 3980, 4010 ARTE 4620 CLTX 2620 PHIL 4210 br/F. HISTORY OF IDEAS - PHIL 1000, 2000, 2010, 2110, 2120, 2210, 2300, 3320 br/G. HISTORY OF SCIENCE - BIOL 1000, 1100, 1200, 2100 CHEM 1000, 1500 PHIL 3120 PHYS 1210br/H. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT - BEDU 3400, 3510 COMP 1400, 1510 MGT 3000, 3700, 4750 PHIL 2400 br/I. INTERNATIONAL POLICY - POLS 3040, 3100, 3110, 3120, 4310, 4330, 4520, 4600 br/J. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES - SPAN 2100, 2200, 3080, 3100, 3110, 3120, 3300, 4200 br/K. MEDIA COMMUNICATION - ENG 2400 ENGM 2410, 2420, 2430, 2440, 2450, 3600 PHIL 2000br/L. PSYCHOHISTORY - PHIL 3210, 3320 PSY 2120, 3100, 3200, 3310, 3600 br/M. PUBLIC SPEAKING/REPORTING - ENG 2100 ENGM 2420 ENG 2710, 3000, 3100 PHIL 2000 POLS 3210 br/N. EDUCATION - EDU 2600, 2700, 3602, EDU 3100 or 3010, EDU 3200 or 3170, EDU 4650 or 3120, EDU 4660 or 3130, EDU 3150

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