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History (Minor)

History Undergrad Minor MIN

Variable Credit Min

18

Variable Credit Max

18

Program Requirements

The History Department requires a minimum of 9 hours of history credit to be taken in residency at BYU's Provo campus for this minor program. BYU Independent Study courses do not count toward residency. These hours may also go toward BYU's 30-hour residency requirement for graduation.

Requirement 1 — Complete 2 of 4 Courses

Core courses. NOTE: Minors must complete two core courses in history at the college level. University Core Civilization courses (201/202) offered by other departments are not equivalent. Advanced Placement U.S. history courses are not equivalent.

course - World Civilization to 1500 3.0

course - World Civilization from 1500 3.0

course - U S Through 1877 3.0

course - U S Since 1877 3.0

Requirement 2 — Complete 12 hours

Elective courses:

course - Thetean Production 2.0

course - Historian's Caft 3.0

course - Intro Fam Hist Doctr Prac 2.0

course - Regional and Thematic Fam Hist - You may take once 1.0

course - Family Historian's Craft 3.0

course - Fam & Law in Amer Hist 3.0

course - Intro to East Asian History 3.0

course - Intro to Hist of Christianity 3.0

course - Ancient Near East to 330 BC 3.0

course - Ancient Near East 330BC-640AD 3.0

course - M E Hist to 1800 3.0

course - M E Hist from 1800 3.0

course - Arab & Islamic Civilization - You may take once 1.0v

course - Jewish Civilization - You may take once 1.0v

course - Jewsh Hist 70AD-Pr 3.0

course - Greek History 3.0

course - Roman History 3.0

course - Europe 1500-Present 3.0

course - Con & Col Lat Amer 3.0

course - Modern Latin Amer 3.0

course - Rel. in Colonial Latin America 3.0

course - Early Africa 3.0

course - Modern Africa 3.0

course - Exploration of Tchg-Soc Sci 4.0

course - N US Family History Research 3.0

course - S US Family History Research 3.0

course - Colonial US Fam Hist Research 3.0

course - British Fam Hist Research 3.0

course - German Family History 3.0

course - Scandinavian Family History 3.0

course - S Europ/Latin Amer Family Hist 3.0

course - East European Family History 3.0

course - Nature & History 3.0

course - Food & History 3.0

course - WW II in History & Memory 3.0

course - Age of French Revolution 3.0

course - Latin Am Age of Revolution 3.0

course - Digital History 3.0

course - Academic Internship - You may take once 0.5v

course - Early Middle Ages 3.0

course - Late Middle Ages 3.0

course - Italian Renaissance 3.0

course - Reformation: Age of Turmoil 3.0

course - European Expansion 3.0

course - Age of Enlightnmnt 3.0

course - 19th Cent Europe 3.0

course - Europe Since 1914 3.0

course - The Mediterranean 3.0

course - Euro Revolutions Since 1500 3.0

course - History of Film, Radio, & TV 3.0

course - History of Ideas 3.0

course - Strategy in Peace and War 3.0

course - Fascism & Nazism, 1914-present 3.0

course - Jews & Holocaust 3.0

course - Mod. American Warfare Studies 3.0

course - Terrorism and Counterterrorism 3.0

course - European Women's History 3.0

course - Family in Europe 3.0

course - Pre-Modern Britain 3.0

course - Modern Britain 3.0

course - France 3.0

course - Spain 3.0

course - History of Mexico 3.0

course - Modern Italy 3.0

course - Modern Germany 3.0

course - Urban History Brazil 3.0

course - Russian Empire Under Romanovs 3.0

course - Soviet & Post-Soviet Russia 3.0

course - Scandinavian Hist 3.0

course - Hist Ottoman Empire 3.0

course - History of Ancient Iraq 3.0

course - Crusades 3.0

course - S Africa Liberation 3.0

course - Pre-modern Korea 3.0

course - Modern Korea 3.0

course - African Social Change 3.0

course - Traditional China 3.0

course - China Since 1200 3.0

course - The Mongol Empire 3.0

course - Early Japan 3.0

course - Modern Japan 3.0

course - Islam in Africa 3.0

course - Chinese Cultural History 3.0

course - Modern Southeast Asia 3.0

course - Asian Religion & Thought 3.0

course - English Language Paleography 3.0

course - German Language Paleography 3.0

course - Scand Languages Paleography 3.0

course - Romance Languages Paleography 3.0

course - Slavic Languages Paleography 3.0

course - History of Argentina 3.0

course - Brazil 3.0

course - Indian in Latin Am 3.0

course - Gender & History in Latin Amer 3.0

course - Inter-American Relations 3.0

course - American West to 1900 3.0

course - American West Since 1900 3.0

course - US Immigration History 3.0

course - Spanish Frontier in North Amer 3.0

course - Utah 3.0

course - American South 3.0

course - Slavery in Africa & Atlantic 3.0

course - Slavery in the U.S. 3.0

course - Sport, Society, & Am Culture 3.0

course - History of Travel & Tourism 3.0

course - Early America 3.0

course - Revolutionary Amer 3.0

course - Civil War Era 3.0

course - US Hist, 1890-1945 3.0

course - J Smith in Mormon History 3.0

course - US Hist, 1945-2000 3.0

course - Growing Up in America 3.0

course - History of American Families 3.0

course - US Religious History to 1860 3.0

course - US Religious Hist Since 1860 3.0

course - Computers in Hist Rsrch & Publ 3.0

course - Mormonism Am Exper 3.0

course - African-Am Hist since 1865 3.0

course - US Women's History 3.0

course - Latinos in the United States 3.0

course - Am Indian Hist to 1877 3.0

course - Am Indian Hist 1877-present 3.0

course - Genetic Genealogy 3.0

course - Mormonism Amg Chrstn Theol 3.0

course - The Vietnam War 3.0

course - US Constitutnl His 3.0

course - US Foreign Relations 3.0

course - Scripture in American History 3.0

course - Teach Tech Soc Studies 2.0

course - Hist Narrative: Wrtg Wkshp 3.0

course - US Historical Literacies 3.0

course - American Capitalism 3.0

course - Democratic Class Design 3.0

course - Latin Paleography 3.0

course - Topics: Ancient Roman History - You may take once 3.0

course - Topics: Greek & Roman History - You may take once 3.0

course - Public History 3.0

course - Sem Prof Family Hist Rsrch 3.0

course - Student Teaching - HT and SST 1.0v

course - Hist & Soc Sci Tchng Methods 3.0

course - Practicum in Secondary Educ 1.0

course - Sec Minor Student Teaching - You may take once 4.0

course - Family History Directed Rsrch - You may take once 0.5v

course - Topical Readings Seminar 3.0

course - Philosophies Hist 3.0

course - Capstone Research Seminar 3.0

course - Directed Research - You may take once 3.0

course - Acad Internship--HT and SST - You may take once 12.0

course - Acad Internship: Family Hist - You may take once 1.0v

course - Directed Readings - You may take once 0.5v