Electives The following Archaeology Electives are strongly recommended for those wishing to concentrate in the Archaeology and Public History Track ARCH 396: Study Abroad ARCH 395: Archaeological Laboratory Internship ARCH 390: Introduction to Archival Studies ARCH/HIST 390: Internship to Museum Studies/Archival Studies ARCH/HIST 390: Special Topics HISTORY MINOR Completion of the following courses (18 credits) will satisfy the requirements for the minor in History. 3 Foundations of Western Heritage/HIST 110 3 History Without Borders/LHST 111 6 History of the U.S./HIST 221, 222 6 Two upper level courses in European and American history 18 ARCHAEOLOGY AND CULTURE MINOR For a description see The Archaeology and Culture section in this catalog.
HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES CERTIFICATION JEFFREY H. BLOODWORTH, Ph.D., Program Director Students majoring in History/Social Studies qualify for Teacher Certification in Social Studies/ Secondary Education; and Plan B: a B.A. in Social Science without education courses. Students selecting Plan B need not take courses in Education. Students study broadly in the fields of history, political science, geography, economics, sociology, anthropology, and psychology. Aims and Objectives The objectives of the program are: (1) to give the students an opportunity to become broadly educated in the fields of history, political science, geography, and economics; and (2) to provide a program of teacher education which promotes growth, development, professionalism and expertise for successful teaching. Students who wish to prepare themselves as secondary social studies teachers must make formal application for admission to the teacher education program through the School of Education. For a detailed explanation of all requirements refer to the catalog portion under Education.