History - Graduate Minor

Students may earn a graduate minor in History by passing the following courses:

Craft of History3
Select one from the following:3
Reading Seminar: Borders, Boundaries and Frontiers3
Reading Seminar: Modernity and its Discontents3
Reading Seminar: Nature and Society3
Reading Seminar: History, Myth and Memory3
Select two additional 3-credit 500-level and above courses6
Total Credits12

Graduate students in History must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in their History courses. A graduate student earning a C or lower grade in one History course will receive a letter of warning. A graduate student earning two or more C or lower grades in History courses or whose History grade point average falls below 3.0 will be removed from the History graduate program. Students must earn at least one B or higher grade in a seminar during their first year in the graduate program, and must take at least one seminar during each year in which they are enrolled in the program. If a graduate student receives one U ( Unsatisfactory) grade on his/her thesis or internship, the student will receive a written warning, and if a student received two or more U grades on his/her thesis or internship, the student will be removed from the program.