About this Program
- College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Credits: 9 | Completed with minimum grades of C
- Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
Undergraduate students in the Department of History have a number of ways of enhancing their experience: from completing a senior thesis in conjunction with the Honors Program, or by participating in a study abroad program. The graduate program is home to a number of fields: African History, European History, Latin American History, and United States History.
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The certificate is open to non-majors while majors may obtain a specialization in legal history. Students minoring in history are eligible for the certificate so long as none of their certificate courses are counted towards their minor.
|Group A course||3|
|Constitutional History of the United States to 1877|
|Constitutional History of the United States Since 1877|
|United States Legal History|
|Crime and Punishment in American History|
|Origins of the US Constitution|
|Group B course||3|
|Special Topics in European History (Inquisitions)|
|Special Topics in European History (The Holocaust in the Courtroom )|
|Special Topics in Latin American History (Crime and Criminality in the Americas )|
|History of Human Rights|
|Group A or Group B course 1||3|
In addition to these courses, the undergraduate coordinator may authorize substitute courses.
Course not previously taken.