History Option

Freshman YearCredits
Choose 1 lower division European class:3-4
HSTR 101IH - Western Civilization I
HSTR 102IH - Western Civilization II
HSTR 282CS - Darwinian Revolution
Choose 1 lower division American History4
AMST 101D - Introduction to American Studies
AMST 201 - American Identity, American Dreams
HSTA 101IH - American History I
HSTA 102IH - American History II
HSTA 160D - Introduction to the Am West
One Year Modern Language6
University Core and Electives14
Year Total: 28
Sophomore YearCredits
Choose 2 lower division World History classes:6-8
HSTR 130D - Latin American History
HSTR 135D - The Modern Middle East
HSTR 140D - Modern Asia
HSTR 145D - Reinventing Japan
HSTR 160D - Modern World History
HSTR 205CS - The World Environment
HSTR 207CS - Sci and Tech in World History
HSTR 208RH - Sci,Envir,Tech,Soc: Common Exp
HSTR 232D - Religion in Latin America
RLST 110D - Religion, Conflict & Politics
Choose 1 upper division American History class:3
HSTA 311 - Early America
AMST 301 - Reproduction in America
AMST 405 - Religion and the United States Supreme Court
HSTA 315 - The Age of Jefferson and Jackson: The Early American Republic
HSTA 316 - American Civil War Era
HSTA 318 - Origins of Modern America: From the Civil War to WWII
HSTA 320 - Birth of Modern US: 1865-1945
HSTA 322 - Am History: WWII to Present
HSTA 401 - Sex and Sexuality in America
HSTA 406 - McCarthy/Ike/Truman
HSTA 407 - Gender in US & Canadian West
HSTA 408 - Gender in America
HSTA 409 - Food in America
HSTA 412IH - American Thought and Culture
HSTA 416 - Race and Class in America
HSTA 450 - History of American Indians
HSTA 460 - Montana and the West
HSTA 464 - Trans-Mississippi West
HSTA 468 - History of Yellowstone
HSTA 470 - American Environmental History
HSTA 482 - History of American Technology
NASX 450 - History of American Indians
University Core and Electives19
Year Total: 27-30
Junior YearCredits
Choose 1 upper division European history class:3
HSTR 302 - Ancient Greece
HSTR 304 - Ancient Rome
HSTR 322 - 19th Century Europe
HSTR 324 - 20th Century Europe
HSTR 350 - Modern Britain
HSTR 353 - Modern France
HSTR 359 - Russia to 1917
HSTR 362 - Modern Germany
HSTR 372 - The World at War
HSTR 376 - Twentieth Century War
HSTR 407 - Soviet Union: Rise & Fall
HSTR 419 - Modern Science
HSTR 423 - European Intellectual History
HSTR 425 - Mapping the World
HSTR 467 - History of Mountaineering
Choose 2 upper division World history classes:6
HSTR 330 - History of Mexico
HSTR 340 - Age of the Shoguns
HSTR 342 - Japan's Meiji Revolution
HSTR 345 - Modern China
HSTR 346 - Modern India
HSTR 359 - Russia to 1917
HSTR 366 - Middle East/20th Century
HSTR 372 - The World at War
HSTR 375 - Eurasian Borderlands
HSTR 407 - Soviet Union: Rise & Fall
HSTR 425 - Mapping the World
HSTR 430 - Latin Amer Soc History
HSTR 431 - Race in Latin America
HSTR 432 - Colonial Latin America
HSTR 433 - Latin American Perspectives
HSTR 434 - Gender in Latin America
HSTR 435 - Latin America: Human Rights
HSTR 436 - Armed Conflict Mod Lat Am
HSTR 443 - Gender in Asia
HSTR 444 - Gender in Japan
HSTR 445 - Environ, Health & Sci in Japan
HSTR 446 - Science and Medicine in China
HSTR 468 - The Making of Modern Turkey
HSTR 482 - Animal Histories
HSTR 484 - World Environmental History
SPNS 430 - Latin Amer Perspectives
University Core and Electives21
Year Total: 30
Senior YearCredits
HSTR 499R - Sen Capstone: Hist Methodology3
Choose five of the following upper division electives, excluding courses taken to fulfill above requirements::*15
HSTA 311 - Early America
AMST 301 - Reproduction in America
AMST 405 - Religion and the United States Supreme Court
HSTA 315 - The Age of Jefferson and Jackson: The Early American Republic
HSTA 316 - American Civil War Era
HSTA 318 - Origins of Modern America: From the Civil War to WWII
HSTA 320 - Birth of Modern US: 1865-1945
HSTA 322 - Am History: WWII to Present
HSTA 406 - McCarthy/Ike/Truman
HSTA 407 - Gender in US & Canadian West
HSTA 408 - Gender in America
HSTA 409 - Food in America
HSTA 412IH - American Thought and Culture
HSTA 416 - Race and Class in America
HSTA 460 - Montana and the West
HSTA 464 - Trans-Mississippi West
HSTR 467 - History of Mountaineering
HSTA 468 - History of Yellowstone
HSTA 470 - American Environmental History
HSTA 482 - History of American Technology
HSTA 490R - Undergraduate Research
HSTA 491 - Special Topics
HSTA 492 - Independent Study
HSTR 302 - Ancient Greece
HSTR 304 - Ancient Rome
HSTR 322 - 19th Century Europe
HSTR 324 - 20th Century Europe
HSTR 330 - History of Mexico
HSTR 340 - Age of the Shoguns
HSTR 342 - Japan's Meiji Revolution
HSTR 345 - Modern China
HSTR 346 - Modern India
HSTR 350 - Modern Britain
HSTR 353 - Modern France
HSTR 359 - Russia to 1917
HSTR 362 - Modern Germany
HSTR 366 - Middle East/20th Century
HSTR 372 - The World at War
HSTR 375 - Eurasian Borderlands
HSTR 376 - Twentieth Century War
HSTR 407 - Soviet Union: Rise & Fall
HSTR 415 - Gender and Technology
HSTR 417 - Early Modern Science
HSTR 419 - Modern Science
HSTR 423 - European Intellectual History
HSTR 425 - Mapping the World
HSTR 430 - Latin Amer Soc History
HSTR 431 - Race in Latin America
HSTR 432 - Colonial Latin America
HSTR 433 - Latin American Perspectives
HSTR 434 - Gender in Latin America
HSTR 436 - Armed Conflict Mod Lat Am
HSTR 443 - Gender in Asia
HSTR 444 - Gender in Japan
HSTR 445 - Environ, Health & Sci in Japan
HSTR 446 - Science and Medicine in China
HSTR 468 - The Making of Modern Turkey
HSTR 482 - Animal Histories
HSTR 484 - World Environmental History
HSTR 486 - Museum History
HSTR 490R - Undergraduate Research
HSTR 491 - Special Topics
HSTR 492 - Independent Study
HSTR 498 - Internship
NASX 450 - History of American Indians
SPNS 430 - Latin Amer Perspectives
University Core and Electives12
Year Total: 33
Total Program Credits: 120
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Three of the five history electives from the electives list constitute the student's Field of Concentration. Fields of Concentration include Environmental History, History of Race & Gender, History of Science & Technology, Asian History, Latin American History, European History, U.S. History, History of the American West, Cultural & Intellectual History. Courses taken in the electives area cannot overlap with courses taken to fulfill the World Regions requirement.

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above. Students must receive a grade of C- or better in all required courses.