Bachelor's with a major in History 24 months Undergraduate Program By Northwestern University |Top Universities
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Main Subject Area

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Program overview

Main Subject

History

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

For Geographic Concentrators Two Undergraduate Seminars: One 393 Approaches to History seminar and one 395 research seminar. These may focus on any region, topic, or time period, regardless of concentration. Six courses in your geographic concentration: History of the Americas, English/European history, African/Middle Eastern history, or Asian/Middle Eastern history. Four additional courses outside your area of concentration. No more than one 100-level course may be applied towards the major requirements. For Global History Concentrators Two Undergraduate Seminars: One 393 "Approaches to History" seminar and one 395 "Research Seminar." These may focus on any region, topic, or time period, regardless of concentration. History 250-1 and History 250-2 plus two of the following: History 101-6 First-Year Seminar—European History: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust History 101-6 First-Year Seminar—European History: The Crusades History 102-6 First-Year Seminar—American History: Science and the Good Life History 200 New Introductory Courses in History: Global History of Natural Disasters History 200 New Introductory Courses in History: Energy & Society: A Global History History 216: Global Asians History 275-1 and -2: History of Western Science and Medicine History 319: US Foreign Relations History 376: Global Environments and World History History 379: Biomedicine and World History History 392 Topics in History: Global History of Shopping History 392 Topics in History: 1917: One Year That Shook the World

Program overview

Main Subject

History

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

For Geographic Concentrators Two Undergraduate Seminars: One 393 Approaches to History seminar and one 395 research seminar. These may focus on any region, topic, or time period, regardless of concentration. Six courses in your geographic concentration: History of the Americas, English/European history, African/Middle Eastern history, or Asian/Middle Eastern history. Four additional courses outside your area of concentration. No more than one 100-level course may be applied towards the major requirements. For Global History Concentrators Two Undergraduate Seminars: One 393 "Approaches to History" seminar and one 395 "Research Seminar." These may focus on any region, topic, or time period, regardless of concentration. History 250-1 and History 250-2 plus two of the following: History 101-6 First-Year Seminar—European History: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust History 101-6 First-Year Seminar—European History: The Crusades History 102-6 First-Year Seminar—American History: Science and the Good Life History 200 New Introductory Courses in History: Global History of Natural Disasters History 200 New Introductory Courses in History: Energy & Society: A Global History History 216: Global Asians History 275-1 and -2: History of Western Science and Medicine History 319: US Foreign Relations History 376: Global Environments and World History History 379: Biomedicine and World History History 392 Topics in History: Global History of Shopping History 392 Topics in History: 1917: One Year That Shook the World

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+

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