In addition to the courses below, you must take one 300-400 History elective.
A study of the contributions and status of African-Americans in U.S. society from 1619 through the Civil War and Reconstruction. PR: HIST 105 or 106. Fall.
A survey course on the history, economy, and political life of West Virginia with a cursory consideration of its geographic background. PR: HIST 105 or 106. Fall.
A study of the social, political and economic development in Europe from its rise during the Middle Ages, to the defeat of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna. PR: HIST 101.
The United States from 1920 to the present. PR: HIST 106.
A practical seminar in the techniques of historical research, the compilation and evaluation of sources and the writing of history. PR: 6 credits in history. Spring.
*Early Modern European History can be substituted with Modern European History