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Minor in History

The minor in history is designed for students who wish to supplement coursework in another major with an array of history courses. It is particularly suited for students who have an interest in one period or a specific area (for example, early modern or modern history; European, American, or Asian history).

Students interested in the minor should consult with the coordinator of the History Board of Study and complete an Application for a Program of Minor Study. They will then be assigned an appropriate advisor to help plan their minor program.

Academic Requirements for the Minor in History
At least five courses, three of which must be at the 3000 level or above.

Related Minors
Minor in Jewish Studies
Minor in Asian Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies)
Minor in Latin American Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies)

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