History (B.A.)

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the general requirements for the B.A. degree, and:

HIST 290The Historian's Craft3
HIST 495History Senior Seminar3
Select 12 credits of 100- or 200-Level History courses12
Emphases
Select one of the following emphases:36-41
Total Hours54-59

A. American Emphasis

Select 18 credits from the following American history courses:18
The Civil War and Reconstruction
Comparative African-American Cultures
American Indian History
American Indian History
Colonial America: A Collision of Peoples
19th-century America: Expanding America
20th-century America: The Colossus
The Long 1960s
History and Film
Pictures and Power: Photography, Politics, and American History
Idaho and the Pacific Northwest
History of the American West
History of Women in American Society
American Environmental History
U.S. Diplomatic History
Slavery and Freedom in the Americas
Fashion and Identity in American Culture
Select 15 credits in related fields from the following: 115
Any AIST Course
Contemporary North American Indians
Contemporary Pacific Northwest Indians
Historical Archaeology
North American Prehistory
Pacific Northwest Archaeology
Urban Theory and Issues
Modern Art and Theory
Contemporary Art and Theory
History and Theory of Modern Design
History of Photography
New Media
Family, Violence, and Society
Inequalities in the Justice System
Dance History and Contemporary Views
History of Film 1895-1945
History of Film 1945-Present
Studies in Environmental Literature and Culture
Survey of American Literature I
Survey of American Literature II
Studies in U.S. Ethnic Literatures
Studies in Queer Literature
Studies in American Indian Literature
Seminar in Film Theory and Criticism
Seminar in Regional Literature
Documentary Film
Seminar in Women's Literature
Indigenous Culture and Ecology (Max 9 credits)
Forest Policy and Administration
Introduction to Film and Television Studies
Land, Resources, and Environment
Media and Society
Cultural Diversity and the Media
Mass Media Ethics
American Television Genres
Hollywood Portrayals of Journalists
Critical Issues in Mass Media
Mass Media and Public Opinion
History of Mass Media
Women in the Media
Screenwriting
Introduction to the Built Environment
History of Rock and Roll
Studies in Jazz History
Studies in Music Since 1900
History of Musical Theatre
Elementary Nez Perce I
Elementary Nez Perce II
Natural Resource Policy
American State and Local Government
American Political Parties and Elections
American Congress
American Political Culture
American Foreign Policy
Politics, Policy and Gender
American Political Thought
American Presidency
Constitutional Law
Civil Liberties
Federalism in Practice
Local Government Politics and Administration
Development of Social Theory
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Topics in Women's and Gender Studies
Feminist Theory and Action
Select one Non-American History course from the following areas:3
European
Latin America
Asia
History of Science
Health
Environment
Total Hours36

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

B. European Emphasis

Select 18 credits from the following European history courses:18
Ancient Greece
Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World
The Roman Republic
The Roman Empire
Women in Pre-Modern European History
History of England
History of England
The Medieval Church: Europe in the Early and High Middle Ages
The Medieval State: Europe in the High and Late Middle Ages
Medieval English Constitutional and Legal History: 1066-1485
The Renaissance
The Reformation
Tudor-Stuart Britian 1485-1660
Europe in the Age of the Revolution, 1770-1880
Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust
Eastern Europe Since 1774
Russia to 1894
Russia and Soviet Union Since 1894
Select 15 credits from the following related fields:15
Modern Art and Theory
Contemporary Art and Theory
Survey of British Literature I
Survey of British Literature II
Institutions of the European Union
Topics in German Literature in Translation (Max 6 credits)
French & Francophone Literatures (Max 9 credits)
French and Francophone Culture and Institutions (Max 9 credits)
Topics in German Culture & Literature - Themes (Max 6 credits)
The Reformation
Culture and Institutions of Spain
Readings: Spanish Literature
Select one Non-European History course from the following areas:3
US
Latin America
Asia
History of Science
Health
Environment
Select a minor in one of the following European languages: 1
Total Hours36

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

C. General Emphasis

Select 21 credits of 300 and 400-level History courses21
Select 20 credits from related fields20
Total Hours41

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree