MINOR in History is 24 credits earned as follows:
 
6 from the Humanities 1600 Series.
 
18 from History above the 1600 level, including 6 from the 3/4000 level, chosen in consultation with the Program Advisor.  

  
MAJOR in History is 60 credits earned as follows:
 
6 from the Humanities 1600 Series
 
12   6 credits each chosen from two of the following subject areas:
 
    Note: The courses in each subject area are paired
    1. European History 2001 and 2011; or 2031 and 2041
    2. North American History 2411 and 2421; or 2511 and 2521
    3. Asia Pacific History 2721 or 2741; and 2731
 
21 from History at the 2/3/4000 level. At least 18 of these must be at the 3/4000 level.

3  from History at the 4000 level.  
 
18 from complementary courses in Arts and Letters, Humanities, and Social Sciences, chosen in consultation with the Program Advisor. 6 of these must be from language courses in a single language other than English. Normally students will select from the following courses offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department: FREN 1651, 1701, 1711 (as determined by placement); GERM 1001 and GERM 1011; JAPA 1001 and JAPA 1011; SPAN 1101 and SPAN 1111; GREK 1001 and 1101; LATI 1001 and 1101. (Students may substitute other language courses according to placement by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department or courses in another language taken by transfer approved by the History Department).

 

HONOURS in History (Thesis Option) is 72 credits earned as follows:
 
39 from the first three  lines of the Major, plus:
 
6 from language courses in a single language other than English. Normally students will select from the following courses offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department: FREN 1651, 1701, 1711 (as determined by placement); GERM 1001 and GERM 1011; JAPA 1001 and JAPA 1011; SPAN 1101 and SPAN 1111; GREK 1001 and 1101; or LATI 1001 and 1101. (Students may substitute other language courses according to placement by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department or courses in another language taken by transfer approved by the History Department).

15 from History at the 3/4000 level.
 
6 from History 4990 (6cr).
 
6 from History at the 4000 level, chosen in consultation with the Program Advisor.
 

HONOURS in History (Course Option) is 72 credits earned as follows:
 
39 from the first three  lines of the Major, plus:
 
6 from language courses in a single language other than English. Normally students will select from the following courses offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department: FREN 1651, 1701, 1711 (as determined by placement); GERM 1001 and GERM 1011; JAPA 1001 and JAPA 1011; SPAN 1101 and SPAN 1111; GREK 1001 and 1101; or LATI 1001 and 1101. (Students may substitute other language courses according to placement by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures or the Classics Department or courses in another language taken by transfer approved by the History Department).

15 from History at the 3/4000 level. 

12 from History at the 4000 level, chosen in consultation with the Program Advisor. 

 

    Note: The listing of a course in the calendar is not a guarantee that the course is offered every year.

    Note: Students must obtain a grade of at least C- in all courses used to fulfill prerequisite requirements. Otherwise, written permission of the appropriate Department or Program Coordinator must be obtained.