Department of History Major Requirements Student Self Assessment



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Department of History Major Requirements - Student Self Assessment

-History (30 cr/hrs total--18 cr/hrs upper division)

-Related Fields (15 cr/hrs Total—9 cr/hrs upper division)
History (30 hours) Concentration One(Geographic)_______ (18 cr/hrs)

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

HST



Related Fields (15 hours) HST

1.

2. Courses Outside US/Europe (6hrs)

3. (UD)

4. (UD) Thematic Outside Geographic (6hrs)

5. (UD)

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

concentration areas:

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:




  1. One concentration of 18 hours ( 12 hours of HST and 6 hrs of related field to concentration).

  2. One concentration of 15 hours (12 hours of HST and 3 hrs of related field to concentration).

  3. HST 300, 3 hours may be within a concentration.

  4. HST 498, 3 hours may be within a concentration.

  5. 6 hours of content outside Europe and the United States.

  6. 6 hours of courses in the thematic concentration must be outside the geographic concentration.(If Applicable).

  7. 6 hours of elective related field courses

  8. At least one course in the HST 302-307 “Studies in History” sequence is required as part of one concentration.

  9. At least 6 hours of related fields must be from the same department

  10. 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

2001-2002
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

APH 100 - Introduction to Environmental Design

APH 300 - World Architecture I/Western Cultures

APH 301 - World Architecture II/Eastern Cultures

APH 304 - American Architecture

APH 305 - Contemporary Architecture

APH 313 - History of Western Architecture I

APH 314 - History of Western Architecture II

APH 411 - History of Landscape Architecture

APH 414 - History of the City

APH 441 - Ancient Architecture

APH 442 - Preservation Planning

APH 443 - Renaissance Architecture

APH 444 - Baroque Architecture

APH 446 - 20th Century Architecture I

APH 447 - 20th Century Architecture II


ARS: Art History

ARS 101 - Art of the Western World I

ARS 102 - Art of the Western World II

ARS 201 - Art of Asia

ARS 202 - Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

ARS 302 - Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

ARS 340 - Art in America

ARS 400 - History of Printmaking

ARS 402 - Art of Ancient Egypt

ARS 404 - Greek Art

ARS 406 - Roman Art

ARS 410 - Early Christian and Byzantine Art

ARS 412 - Early Medieval Art

ARS 414 - Romanesque Art

ARS 416 - Gothic Art

ARS 417 - Late Gothic Art in Central Europe

ARS 418 - Renaissance Art in Northern Europe

ARS 420 - Early Renaissance Art in Italy

ARS 422 - Italian High Renaissance Art and Mannerism

ARS 424 - Italian Baroque Art

ARS 426 - Art of the 17th Century in Northern Europe

ARS 428 - Art of the 18th Century

ARS 430 - Art of Spain and Its Colonies

ARS 432 - 19th Century French Art and Culture

ARS 434 - Courbet to Cezanne: History of Eur Art 1860-WWI

ARS 436 - Art at the Turn of the Century: 1885-1914

ARS 438 - Art of the 20th Century I

ARS 439 - Art of the 20th Century II

ARS 442 - Critical Issues in American Painting I

ARS 443 - Critical Issues in American Painting II

ARS 444 - Modern American Art, 1900-1945

ARS 457 - History of Art Criticism

ARS 462 - Precolumbian Art I

ARS 463 - Precolumbian Art II

ARS 465 - Native North American Art

ARS 466 - Native American Art of the Southwest

ARS 468 - Art of the Arctic and Northwest Coast

ARS 469 - Mexican Art

ARS 472 - Art of China

ARS 473 - Art of Japan

ARS 485 - Women in Visual Arts
ASB: Anthropology (Social and Behavioral)

ASB 202 - Ethnic Relations in the United States

ASB 211 - Women in Other Cultures

ASB 222 - Buried Cities and Lost Tribes

ASB 223 - Buried Civilizations of the Americas

ASB 240 - Introduction to Southeast Asia

ASB 242 - Asian American Experiences

ASB 314 - Comparative Religion

ASB 319 - The North American Indian

ASB 320 - Indians of Arizona

ASB 321 - Indians of the Southwest

ASB 322 - Indians of Mesoamerica

ASB 323 - Indians of Latin America

ASB 324 - Peoples of the Pacific

ASB 325 - Peoples of Southeast Asia

ASB 335 - Prehistory of the Southwest

ASB 337 - Pre-Hispanic Civilization of Middle America

ASB 361 - Old World Prehistory I

ASB 362 - Old World Prehistory II

ASB 366 – African Civilization before 1850

ASB 411 - Kinship and Social Organization

ASB 412 - History of Anthropology

ASB 466 – Peoples and Cultures of Africa

ASB 471 - Introduction to Museums

ASB 485 - US-Mexico Border in Comparative Perspective
ASM: Anthropology (Science and Math)

ASM 301 - Peopling the World

ASM 345 - Disease and Human Evolution
BIO: Biology

BIO 316 - History of Biology: Conflicts and Controversies

BIO 318 - History of Medicine

BIO 344 - Origins, Evolution, and Creation

BIO 346 - The Darwinian Revolution
CCS: Chicana and Chicano Studies

CCS 300 - Chicana and Chicano Culture and Society


CHI: Chinese

CHI 321 - Chinese Literature

CHI 322 - Chinese Literature

CHI 413 - Introduction to Classical Chinese

CHI 414 - Introduction to Classical Chinese
CSH: Chicana and Chicano Studies (Humanities)

CSH 350 - Mexican/Mexican American Artistic Production

CSH 351 - Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art

CSH 363 - Chicana and Chicano Literature

CSH 485 - Chicana Writers
CSS: Chicana and Chicano Studies (Social Science)

CSS 330 - Chicana and Chicano Politics

CSS 331 - Contemporary Issues in the Chicana/Chicano Community

CSS 336 - Issues in Immigration and Migration

CSS 340 - Chicanas and Chicanos in the U.S. Economy
DSC: Design

DSC 100 - Introduction to Environmental Design


ECN: Economics

ECN 111 - Macroeconomics

ECN 112 - Microeconomics


ECN 331 - Comparative Economic Systems

ECN 360 - Economic Development

ECN 365 - Economics of Russia and Eastern Europe

ECN 404 - History of Economic Thought


ENG: English

ENG 201 - World Literature

ENG 202 - World Literature

ENG 204 - Contemporary Literature

ENG 221 - Survey of English Literature

ENG 222 - Survey of English Literature

ENG 241 - American Literature

ENG 242 - American Literature

ENG 307 - Utopian Literature

ENG 321 - Introduction to Shakespeare

ENG 331 - American Drama

ENG 332 - Major American Novels

ENG 333 - American Ethnic Literature

ENG 353 - African-American Lit through Harlem Renaissance

ENG 354 - African-American Lit to Present

ENG 355 - History of the Drama

ENG 357 - Introduction to Folklore

ENG 359 - American Indian Literatures

ENG 361 – Silent Film

ENG 363 - Chicana and Chicano Literature

ENG 400 – History of Literary Criticism

ENG 415 - Medieval Literature

ENG 416 - Chaucer: Canterbury Tales

ENG 417 - Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde, Minor Works

ENG 418 - Renaissance Literature

ENG 419 - English Lit in the Early 17th Century

ENG 421 - Shakespeare

ENG 422 - Studies in Shakespeare

ENG 423 - Renaissance Drama

ENG 424 - Milton

ENG 425 - Studies in English Romanticism

ENG 426 - Victorian Poetry

ENG 427 - Restoration and Early 18th Century

ENG 428 - The Later 18th Century

ENG 430 - Victorian Cultural Backgrounds

ENG 435 - 19th Century American Poetry

ENG 439 - Restoration and 18th Century Drama

ENG 440 - American Literature to 1815

ENG 441 - 20th Century American Drama

ENG 442 - 20th Century British and Irish Poetry

ENG 443 - American Poetry, 1900-1945

ENG 444 - Studies in American Romanticism, 1830-1860

ENG 445 - Studies in American Realism, 1870-1910

ENG 448 - 20th Century British and Irish Novel

ENG 451 - The Novel to Jane Austen

ENG 452 - The 19th Century Novel

ENG 453 - The American Novel to 1900

ENG 454 - The American Novel, 1900-1945

ENG 457 - American Poetry Since 1945

ENG 458 - American Novel Since 1945

ENG 460 - Western American Literature

ENG 461 - Women and Literature

ENG 462 - 20th Century Women Authors

ENG 463 - European Drama from Ibsen to 1914

ENG 464 - European Drama from 1914 to the Present
FRE: French

FRE 205 - Readings in French Literature

FRE 321 - French Literature

FRE 322 - French Literature

FRE 441 - French Literature of the 17th Century

FRE 442 - French Literature of the 17th Century

FRE 445 - French Literature of the 18th Century

FRE 451 - French Poetry of the 19th Century

FRE 452 - French Novel of the 19th Century

FRE 453 - Theater of the 19th Century

FRE 461 - Pre-Atomic Literature

FRE 462 - Post Atomic Literature

FRE 471 - The Literature of Francophone Africa/Caribbean

FRE 472 - Franco-Canadian Civilization

GCU: Cultural Geography

GCU 102 - Introduction to Human Geography

GCU 121 - World Geography

GCU 141 - Introduction to Economic Geography

GCU 240 - Introduction to Southeast Asia

GCU 253 - Introduction to Cultural and Historical Geography

GCU 322 - Geography of U.S. and Canada

GCU 323 - Geography of Latin America

GCU 325 - Geography of Europe

GCU 326 - Geography of Asia

GCU 327 - Geography of Africa

GCU 328 - Geography of Middle East and North Africa

GCU 332 - Geography of Australia and Oceania

GCU 344 - Geography of Hispanic Americans

GCU 350 - The Geography of World Crises

GCU 351 - Population Geography

GCU 352 - Political Geography

GCU 357 - Social Geography

GCU 359 - Cities of the World I

GCU 360 - Cities of the World II

GCU 361 - Urban Geography

GCU 364 - Energy in the Global Arena

GCU 421 - Geography of Arizona and the Southwestern US

GCU 423 - Geography of South America

GCU 424 - Geography of Mexico and Middle America

GCU 425 - Geography of the Mexican-American Borderland

GCU 426 - Geography of Russia and Surroundings

GCU 432 – Geography of China

GCU 433 - Geography of Southeast Asia

GCU 441 - Economic Geography

GCU 442 - Geography of Transportation

GCU 455 - Historical Geography of the US and Canada

GCU 474 - Public Land Policy
GER: German

GER 314 - Introduction to German Literature

GER 421 - German Literature

GER 422 - German Literature

GER 445 - German Lit: Enlightenment to Classicism

GER 451 - German Lit: Biedermeier to Naturalism

GER 453 - German Literary Masterpieces on Film

GER 461 - Contemporary German Literature


GRK: Ancient Greek

GRK 301 - Greek Literature

GRK 302 - Greek Literature
HEB: Hebrew

HEB 375 - Contemporary Culture of Israel


HON: Honors

HON 171 - The Human Event

HON 172 - The Human Event
HPS: History and Philosophy of Science

HPS 311 - Origins, Evolution, and Creation

HPS 322 - History of Science

HPS 323 - History of Science

HPS 325 - History of Chinese Science

HPS 330 - History of Biology: Conflicts and Controversies

HPS 331 - History of Medicine

HPS 332 - The Darwinian Revolution


HUM: Humanities

HUM 110 - Contemporary Issues in Humanities

HUM 200 - Encountering the Humanities

HUM 260 - Introduction to Islam

HUM 301 - Humanities in the Western World

HUM 302 - Humanities in the Western World

HUM 312 - Interpreting China=s Classics

HUM 331 - Sexuality, Race, and Power

HUM 340 – Contemporary American Popular Film Culture

HUM 371 - Origins, Evolution, and Creation

HUM 372 - The Darwinian Revolution

HUM 401 - Culture/Legacy of the European Enlightenment

HUM 420 - Interpreting Latin America

HUM 441 – American Jewry Through Film and TV

HUM 450 - Technology and Culture
IND: Industrial Design

IND 316 - 20th-Century Design I

IND 317 - 20th-Century Design II
INT: Interior Design


INT 310- History of Interior Design I

INT 311 - History of Interior Design II
ITA: Italian

ITA 325 - Introduction to Italian Literature

ITA 430 - Italian Literature of the Middle Ages

ITA 441 - Dante: Divina Commedia

ITA 443 - Italian Literature of the Renaissance

ITA 446 - Italian Literature of the 18th and 19th Century

ITA 449 - 20th Century Italian Literature
JPN: Japanese

JPN 321 - Japanese Literature

JPN 435 - Advanced Readings
LAT: Latin

LAT 421 - Roman Literature

LAT 422 - Roman Literature
MCO: Mass Communication

MCO 418 - History of Communications


MUS: Music

MUS 340 - Survey of Music History

MUS 355 - Survey of American Music
PGS: Psychology

PGS 414 – History of Psychology


PHI: Philosophy

PHI 301 - History of Ancient Philosophy

PHI 302 - History of Modern Philosophy

PHI 304 - Existentialism

PHI 307 - Philosophy of Law

PHI 308 - Philosophy of Art

PHI 309 - Social and Political Philosophy

PHI 310 - Environmental Ethics

PHI 318 - Philosophy of Religion

PHI 325 - Philosophy of Social Science

PHI 332 - 19th Century Philosophy

PHI 335 - History of Ethics


POR: Portuguese

POR 321 - Luso-Brazilian Literature


POS: Political Science

POS 101 - Political Ideologies

POS 110 - Government and Politics

POS 150 - Comparative Government

POS 160 - Global Politics

POS 220 - Political Issues and Public Policy

POS 240 - Introduction to Southeast Asia

POS 270 - American Legal System

POS 300 – Contemporary Controversies in Global Politics

POS 310 - American National Government

POS 311 – Arizona Constitution and Government

POS 313 - The Congress

POS 314 - The American Presidency

POS 315 - The Supreme Court

POS 316 - State and Local Government

POS 320 - Public Administration

POS 325 - Public Policy Development

POS 332 - American Political Parties

POS 340 - History of Political Philosophy I

POS 341 - History of Political Philosophy II

POS 346 - Problems of Democracy

POS 350 - Comparative Politics

POS 351 - Democratization

POS 355 - Russia and Successor States

POS 356 - Western Europe

POS 357 - South Asia Politics


HUM 460 -Postmodern Culture and Interpretation

HUM 461 – Post Colonial Studies

POS 358 - Southeast Asia

POS 359 - African Politics and Society

POS 360 - World Politics

POS 361 - American Foreign Policy

POS 364 - U.S. National Security Analyses

POS 370 - Law and Society

POS 410 - Urban Government and Politics

POS 422 - Politics of Bureaucracy

POS 426 - Elements of Public Policy

POS 434 - Media and Politics

POS 435 - Women and Politics

POS 439 - Minority Group Politics in America

POS 442 - American Political Thought

POS 445 - Asian Political Thought

POS 451 - China, Japan, and the Koreas

POS 452 - China

POS 453 - South America

POS 454 - Mexico

POS 455 - Central America and the Caribbean

POS 459 - South and Southern Africa

POS 463 - Inter-American Relations

POS 465 - International Organization and Law

POS 467 - International Security

POS 468 - Comparative Asian Foreign Policies

POS 471 - Constitutional Law I

POS 472 - Constitutional Law II

POS 485 - Political Economy

POS 486 - International Political Economy


PUP: Urban Planning

PUP 100 - Introduction to Envikronmental Design

PUP 200 - The Planned Environment

PUP 412 - History of the City

PUP 445 - Women and Environments
REL: Religion

REL 100 - Religions of the World

REL 200 - The Study of Religious Traditions

REL 201 - Religion and the Modern World

REL 203 - Saints and Sinners: Sacred Biography

REL 210 - Introduction to Judaism

REL 225 - African American Religion

REL 240 - Introduction to Southeast Asia

REL 260 - Introduction to Islam

REL 270 - Introduction to Christianity

REL 310 - Western Religious Traditions

REL 315 - Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)

REL 317 - Introduction to Rabbinic Judaism

REL 320 - American Religious Traditions

REL 321 - Religion in America

REL 322 - Malcolm and Martin

REL 323 - Black Religion: A Biographical Approach

REL 330 - Native American Religious Traditions

REL 331 - History Native American Religious Traditions

REL 332 - South American Indian Religions

REL 345 - Asian Religious Traditions

REL 350 - Hinduism

REL 351 - Buddhism

REL 365 - Islamic Civilization

REL 366 - Islam in the Modern World

REL 372 - Formation of the Christian Tradition

REL 373 - Women in Judaism

REL 374 - Witchcraft and Heresy in Europe

REL 377 - Religion in Russia

REL 379 - Religion, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict

REL 381 - Religion and Moral Issues

REL 383 - Origins, Evolution, and Creation

REL 385 - Contemporary Western Religious Thought

REL 390 - Women and Religion

REL 410 - Judaism in Modern Times

REL 415 - The Jewish Mystical Tradition

REL 420 - Religion in American Life and Thought

REL 426 - American Preachers and Preaching

REL 427 - American Religious Thought

REL 444 - Religion in Japan

REL 460 - Studies in Islamic Religion

REL 470 - Religion in the Middle Ages

REL 471 - Reformation and Modern Christianity

REL 480 - Religion and Global Politics



REL 486 - Modern Critics of Religion
RUS: Russian

RUS 321 - Survey of Russian Literature

RUS 322 - Survey of Russian Literature

RUS 323 - Survey of Literature of the Soviet Era

RUS 420 - Russian Poetry

RUS 421 - Pushkin

RUS 423 - Dostoyevsky

RUS 424 - Tolstoy

RUS 425 - Chekhov

RUS 426 - Lits/Nationalities of the Former Soviet Union

RUS 430 - Russian Short Story

RUS 441 - Survey of Russian Culture


SCA: Scandinavian

SCA 314 - Medieval Scandinavia

SCA 315 - Old Norse

SCA 316 - Scandinavian Cinema

SCA 450 - Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature
SOC: Sociology

SOC 332 - Urban Sociology

SOC 333 - Population

SOC 341 - Modern Social Problems

SOC 352 - Social Change

SOC 420 - Sociology of Religion

SOC 423 - Social Class and Stratification

SOC 429 - Sociology of Law

SOC 455 - Social Movements

SOC 470 - Racial and Ethnic Relations

SOC 474 - African Americans in Modern Society

SOC 483 - History of Social Thought

SOC 485 - Sociology of Knowledge
SPA: Spanish

SPA 325 - Introduction to Hispanic Literature

SPA 425 - Spanish Literature

SPA 426 - Spanish Literature

SPA 427 - Spanish American Literature

SPA 428 - Spanish American Literature

SPA 429 - Mexican Literature

SPA 434 - Drama of the Golden Age

SPA 435 - Cervantes - Don Quijote

SPA 454 - 19th Century Spanish American Narrative

SPA 456 - 20th Century Spanish American Fiction

SPA 464 - Mexican American Literature

SPA 485 - Mexican American Short Story

SPA 486 - Mexican American Novel

SPA 487 - Mexican American Drama
THE: Theatre

THE 320 - History of the Theatre I

THE 321 - History of the Theatre II

THE 420 - History of the American Theatre

THE 421 - History of the English Theatre

THE 425 - History of the Asian Theatre

WSH: Women=s Studies

WSH 413 - Lesbian Culture: Images and Realities

WSH 464 - Voices and Visions

WSH 470 - Women and Popular Culture


WST: Women's Studies

WST 300 - Women in Contemporary Society

WST 372 - Women in Judaism

WST 373 - Latina/Chicana Issues

WST 375 - Women and Social Change

WST 378 - Contemporary Feminist Theory



WST 380 - Gender, Race, and Class

WST 457 - Gender, Culture, and Development


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