The American History minor provides a foundation in the principles that have made America an attractive country for immigrants from around the world. It offers the student a grounding in federalism, the balance of powers, biblical faith, national defense, and expansion, as well as ways in which the federal government has addressed some of the country’s most pressing economic and environmental problems.
Students may earn a minor in the field by completing six courses selected from the list below, along with any required prerequisites, provided none of the courses are required in the student’s major.
Required Courses (18 credit hours)
Choose six courses (18 credit hours) from the following: