1. HST History (12 cr/hrs) Related Field (6cr/hrs)
2. HST HST RF
3. HST HST RF
4. HST HST
5. HST (UD) HST
6. HST (UD)
7. HST (UD) Concentration Two ________________ (15 cr/hrs)
8. HST 302- 307 (UD) History (12 cr/hrs) Related Field (3 cr/hrs)
9. HST 300 (UD) HST RF
10. HST 498 (UD) HST
Related Fields (15 hours) HST
2. Courses Outside US/Europe (6hrs)
4. (UD) Thematic Outside Geographic (6hrs)
Related Field Electives (6 hrs)
Course descriptions are printed in the General Catalog. Each student is responsible for knowing and fulfilling all requirements and regulations specified in the General Catalog and as outlined in the department’s curriculum guide.
History Courses (30 semester hours, 18 upper division). Twelve (12) hours of the upper division HST course work
must be taken in residence at ASU Main Campus. HST 300 (Historical Inquiry) and HST 498 (Pro-Seminar) are
required. Related Fields Courses (15 semester hours, 9 upper division). A list of approved Related Fields Courses
can be obtained from the Advising office or the web. The History Department offers course work in the following
A. Geographic Areas- Asia, Europe, Latin America, or the United States.
B. Thematic Areas- Women and Society, War and Revolution, Empire and
Nation, Politics and International Relations, Culture
and Thought, Ethnicity and Identity, Pre-modern Era.
Students are required to complete course work in two concentrations, one of which must be a geographic area. The second concentration may be thematic or geographic. The major includes the following:
One concentration of 18 hours ( 12 hours of HST and 6 hrs of related field to concentration).
One concentration of 15 hours (12 hours of HST and 3 hrs of related field to concentration).
HST 300, 3 hours may be within a concentration.
HST 498, 3 hours may be within a concentration.
6 hours of content outside Europe and the United States.
6 hours of courses in the thematic concentration must be outside the geographic concentration.(If Applicable).
6 hours of elective related field courses
At least one course in the HST 302-307 “Studies in History” sequence is required as part of one concentration.
At least 6 hours of related fields must be from the same department
A minimum GPA of 2.25 in the 30 hours of history course work is required. Students must earn a “C” or better in all history and related fields courses. Courses with lower grades will be considered electives.
Students majoring in History may also elect to pursue a certificate program combining courses from the following areas of study: Jewish Studies; Latin American Studies; Medieval & Renaissance Studies; Russian & East European Studies; Southeast Asian Studies; and Women’s Studies.
More on the new History major and lists of Thematic and approved Related Fields courses are available at the Department of History Advising office- COOR 4591, or web page: www.asu.edu/clas/history.
Related Fields - B.A. History
Each student must complete 15 hours of course work in related fields chosen from the appended list of courses. A minimum of 9 hours must be upper division. Students must take at least 6 credit hours in a single department or fulfill an interdisciplinary area studies program, i.e., Latin American Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Russian and Eastern European Studies, Women=s Studies, Jewish Studies, Asian Studies, East Asian Studies.
AFH: African American Studies (Humanities)
AFH 353 - African American Literature to Harlem Renaissance
AFH 354 - African American Literature since Harlem Renaissance
AFR: African American Studies
AFR 210 - Introduction to African American Studies
AFS: African American Studies (Social/Behavioral Science)
AFS 363 - African American History
AFS 364 - African American History
APH: Architectural Philosophy and History