Social Sciences Comprehensive Major, B.A. with a History Emphasis

Course Title Credits
General Requirements
General Education39-56
History Required Courses12
World Civilization I
World Civilization II
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States since 1877
Economics Required Courses6
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Geography Required Courses6
World Regional Geography
Environmental Conservation
Political Science Required Courses6
Introduction to Politics
International Relations
Introduction to American Government
Psychology Required Courses6
General Psychology
Social Psychology
Sociology and Anthropology Required Courses6
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
History Electives12
Select elective courses as directed below
Select two U.S. history courses (6 credits)6
Race, Gender, and United States Labor History
American Military History
American Colonial History
New Nation
The Civil War and Reconstruction
Gilded Age and Progressive Era
US Legal History of Race and Gender
Native America and Colonial Borderlands to 1887
Native American History, What you thought you knew
The West in American History
African-American History 1619 to Present
History of Wisconsin
The Vietnam War
The United States, 1898-1945
History of U S Foreign Relations
The United States since 1945
American Women's History
Issues in History (U.S. topics)
Select one European history course (3 credits)3
Global Cold War 1945-1989
British Isles to 1714
British Isles since 1714
Women in European Civilization
Ancient Civilizations
Medieval Europe
The Renaissance and Reformation
Early Modern Europe
French Revolution and Napoleon 1789-1815
Twentieth Century Europe
History of Western Science
Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
Modern European Thought and Culture
History of Science and Technology in Europe: Faculty-Led Short-Term Intl Exp
Russia to 1856
Modern Russia
Issues in History (European topics)
Select one non-Western history course (3 credits)3
Imperialism in Africa and Asia
Women and Gender in Latin American History
Colonial Latin American History
Modern Latin American History
Modern Middle East
Modern Japan
Modern China
Central Asia: Empires and Nations
Issues in History (non-Western topics)
Modern Africa
Social Science Electives (Non-History)6
Select two of the following:
The Political Economy of Race, Gender and Ethnicity
Introduction to Human Geography
Survey of Cultural Geography
Space, Place, and Gender
Geography of Latin America
Geography of Asia
Historical Geography of the United States
International Relations
Comparative Politics
State and Local Government
Politics of the Global Economy
The Psychology of Human Sexuality
Abnormal Psychology
Gender and Society
Contemporary Social Problems
Social Change
Social Inequalities
Crime and Delinquency
Total Credits111-128