Bachelor of Arts in History | Pre-Law
Students interested in earning a degree in History also have the option of including a Pre-Law concentration in their studies. This program of study allows students to study History in conjunction with Criminal Justice in efforts to prepare students for a career in the legal field.
- BA 215W/BA 215H - Business Communications
- HI 111WH - World Civilization II
- HI 112/HI 112WH - United States History I
- HI 113 - United States History II
- HI 214/214WH - Non-Western Civilizations
- HI 325 - Latin American History
- HI 400W - Research Seminar
- HI 401W - History Research Project
- PO 242 - American National Government
- PO 440 - Constitutional Law
- PS 101/PS 101H - Introduction to Psychology
- 6 semester hours from: BA 315 Business Law I, BA 316 Business Law II, BA 317 Legal Issues in Technology; CJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice and/or CJ 335 Courts Theory, Process and Practices
- 6 semester hours from: HI 341 Colonial and Revolutionary America, HI 342 Jeffersonian and Jacksonian America, HI 343 The Civil War and Reconstruction, HI 344 America between the Gilded Age and the Second World War, and HI 345 America in Recent Times
- Choose 1 from: MA 110 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts or above (except MA 200).