History and Civic Engagement Bachelor's Degree Program Course Requirements
Core Course Requirements for the History and Civic Engagement Bachelor's Degree Program
HI 214 - US Social & Cultural History*AM/DC
A study of U.S. culture over time, cultural eras, values and their expressions in these eras, forces shaping these values, and implications of these values for behavior in the past and present. Emphasis on primary source materials providing insight into cultural eras and their connections over time. Fulfills Ursuline Core Curriculum American Culture requirement (AM). *DC/AM
HI 454 - Research Methods in Historic Preser
Introduction to historiography, thesis development, historical theory, and method. Students are introduced to local archival repositories in the context of the history of the built environment. This course is also taught (with a substantial additional project) as a graduate course in the first year of the Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program.
PO 220 - Civic Engagement
This course complements the study of public policy by empowering students with the tools needed to make a difference in society. Included are theories of political participation, case studies of effective civic engagement, and projects in which students devise and present a strategy to address an issue affecting contemporary society.
A European History course of your choice
A Non-Western History course of your choice
A Global Studies course of your choice
Six History and/or Political Science electives of your choice
To minor in History and Civic Engagement, you'll take the following classes:
PO 220 – Civic Engagement
Two American History or Political Science courses of your choice