BA in History

History

Concentrations

Students seeking teacher certification in History may choose from two different degree plans: 7-12 History and Social Studies Composite. Both plans require a minor in Secondary Education.

For the 7-12 History Degree Plan

Students must complete HIST 2301 and 2302, HIST 3317, HIST 4325, HIST 4330, and 15 additional hours of upper-division history courses, which must include courses from at least three of the four geographic fields. This plan will lead to certification in U.S., Texas, and world history at the 7-12 grade levels.

 For the 7-12 Social Studies Composite Degree Plan

Students follow the requirements for the Concentration in Social Studies Composite as outlined below and complete a minor in Secondary Education in order to become certified to teach history as well as government, geography, and economics at the 7-12 grade levels.

Students pursuing either the “7-12 History” or “Social Studies Composite” concentrations must eventually apply to the College of Education’s Teacher Education program.  For further information on application requirements and on the requirements for certification, students should consult the College of Liberal Arts advisor for secondary education certification or the Center for History Teaching and Learning. Students can also refer to the catalog section for the College of Education.

In unusual circumstances, the Department may allow students taking the Social Studies Composite concentration, and who no longer wish to pursue certification, to substitute the Secondary Education minor with another minor. Students must consult with and obtain the approval of the department chair in order to make such a substitution.

Departmental Honors

A candidate for departmental honors in History must have demonstrated ability in History, must normally have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 in history and a 3.0 overall GPA by the end of the junior year, and must maintain these averages until graduation. To graduate with departmental honors, a student must satisfactorily complete an honors thesis, which will be judged by a thesis committee. A candidate for departmental honors must request approval of candidacy during the second semester of the junior year. The Department of History reserves the right to accept or reject any student, taking into consideration the number of applicants, availability of faculty, and competence of individual students regarding honors candidacy. Once accepted, the honors candidate will enroll in HIST 4390 during both semesters of the senior year, accumulating a total of six (6) hours of HIST 4390 credit on completion of the honors program. Students can contact the chairperson or the undergraduate advisor for further information.

Degree Plan

BA in History 

Minor Required
This program requires the selection of a minor.
University Core Curriculum
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.42
History Major
Required Courses:
HIST 2301World History to 15003
HIST 2302World History Since 15003
HIST 4325Junior-Senior Seminar3
Select twenty-one additional hours of upper-division HIST: 121
Field 1:
Colonial America to 1763
Amer Revolution/New Nation
The U.S.-Mexican War
Age of Jackson, 1815-1850
Civil War/Reconstruction Era
United States Since 1941
Mexican-American History
American Legal History
American Foreign Rel to 1914
American Foreign Rel Snc 1914
American Military History
History of Texas since 1821
19th Century American West
20th Century American West
American Indian History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
African American History
Into to Public History
History and the Senses
Field II:
History of Premodern East Asia
History of Modern East Asia
Modern Africa
Pyramids & Prophets
Field III:
The Spanish Borderlands
Central America and Caribbean
South America Since 1810
Environmental Hist of Latin Am
History of Mexico to 1900
Modern Mexico
Field IV:
Ancient Greece
Hellenism & the Coming of Rome
The Medieval World
The Roman Empire
The Age of Renaissance
The Age of the Reformation
Age of Absolutism/Enligtenment
The Fr. Revol./Napoleonic Eras
19th Cent. Europe, 1815-1900
20th Century Europe, 1900-Pres
Holocaust in Europe, 1933-1945
Modern Germany since 1866
Spain in the Age of Expansion
Other Courses: 2
History, Special Topics
History of Women
Junior-Senior Seminar
Directed Study
Open Electives
Select additional hours to complete a total of one hundred twenty hours
Foreign Language
Select six credit of Foreign Language. All six credits must be in the same language sequence. 36
Block Electives
Complete twelve upper-division hours from the blocks below, with three to six hours in each12
Total Hours120

BA in History with a Concentration in 7-12 History

Background Check Required
A complete background check is required of all students who wish to receive teacher certification in the State of Texas. Students will be required to pass a background check before certification will be conferred by the State Board of Educator Certification (SBEC).
University Core Curriculum
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.42
Secondary Education History
Required Courses:
HIST 2301World History to 15003
HIST 2302World History Since 15003
HIST 3317History of Texas since 18213
Select one course from three of the following fields: I, II, III, IV9
Field I
Colonial America to 1763
Amer Revolution/New Nation
The U.S.-Mexican War
Age of Jackson, 1815-1850
Civil War/Reconstruction Era
United States Since 1941
Mexican-American History
American Legal History
American Foreign Rel to 1914
American Foreign Rel Snc 1914
American Military History
19th Century American West
20th Century American West
American Indian History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
African American History
Field II:
History of Premodern East Asia
History of Modern East Asia
Modern Africa
Pyramids & Prophets
Field III:
The Spanish Borderlands
Central America and Caribbean
South America Since 1810
Environmental Hist of Latin Am
History of Mexico to 1900
Modern Mexico
Field IV:
Ancient Greece
Hellenism & the Coming of Rome
The Medieval World
The Roman Empire
The Age of Renaissance
The Age of the Reformation
Age of Absolutism/Enligtenment
The Fr. Revol./Napoleonic Eras
19th Cent. Europe, 1815-1900
20th Century Europe, 1900-Pres
Holocaust in Europe, 1933-1945
Modern Germany since 1866
Spain in the Age of Expansion
Select six additional hours of upper-division HIST:6
Colonial America to 1763
Amer Revolution/New Nation
The U.S.-Mexican War
Age of Jackson, 1815-1850
Civil War/Reconstruction Era
United States Since 1941
Mexican-American History
American Legal History
American Foreign Rel to 1914
American Foreign Rel Snc 1914
American Military History
19th Century American West
20th Century American West
American Indian History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
African American History
History of Premodern East Asia
History of Modern East Asia
Modern Africa
History of Modern China
Pyramids & Prophets
The Spanish Borderlands
Central America and Caribbean
South America Since 1810
Environmental Hist of Latin Am
History of Mexico to 1900
Modern Mexico
Ancient Greece
Hellenism & the Coming of Rome
The Medieval World
The Roman Empire
The Age of Renaissance
The Age of the Reformation
Age of Absolutism/Enligtenment
The Fr. Revol./Napoleonic Eras
19th Cent. Europe, 1815-1900
20th Century Europe, 1900-Pres
Holocaust in Europe, 1933-1945
Modern Germany since 1866
Spain in the Age of Expansion
History, Special Topics
History of Women
Internship in Public History
Into to Public History
History and the Senses
Directed Study
Capstone Courses:
HIST 4325
HIST 4330
Junior-Senior Seminar
and Teaching History/Soc Studies
6
Secondary Education Minor
Required Courses:
BED 4317Tch & Empwr ELLs in Sec Schls3
EDPC 3300Developmental Variations3
RED 3342Content Area Literacy3
SCED 3311Curriculum Plan-Secondary Schl3
SCED 3312General Methods in Sec School3
SCED 4691Student Teaching in Sec School6
Open Electives
Select additional hours to complete a total of one hundred twenty hours
Foreign Language
Select six credit of Foreign Language. All six credits must be in the same language sequence. 16
Block Electives
Complete twelve upper-division hours from the blocks below, with three to six hours in each18
Total Hours120

BA in History with a Concentration in Social Studies Composite

Background Check Required
A complete background check is required of all students who wish to receive teacher certification in the State of Texas. Students will be required to pass a background check before certification will be conferred by the State Board of Educator Certification (SBEC).
University Core Curriculum
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.42
Social Studies Composite
Required Courses:
ECON 2303Principles of Economics3
ECON 2304Principles of Economics3
GEOG 1306Physical Geography3
HIST 2301World History to 15003
HIST 2302World History Since 15003
HIST 3317History of Texas since 18213
HIST 4325
HIST 4330
Junior-Senior Seminar
and Teaching History/Soc Studies
6
POLS 4318Teaching Democracy3
or POLS 4357 Leadership/Civic Participation
Select one of the following:3
Cultural Geography
Cultural Geography
Select two courses from American History:6
Colonial America to 1763
Amer Revolution/New Nation
The U.S.-Mexican War
Age of Jackson, 1815-1850
Civil War/Reconstruction Era
United States Since 1941
Mexican-American History
American Legal History
19th Century American West
20th Century American West
American Indian History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
African American History
History, Special Topics
History of Women
Select one additional course from upper-division HIST:3
Colonial America to 1763
Amer Revolution/New Nation
The U.S.-Mexican War
Age of Jackson, 1815-1850
Civil War/Reconstruction Era
United States Since 1941
Mexican-American History
American Legal History
American Foreign Rel to 1914
American Foreign Rel Snc 1914
American Military History
19th Century American West
20th Century American West
American Indian History
Hist Immigration/Ethnicity US
African American History
History of Premodern East Asia
History of Modern East Asia
Modern Africa
History of Modern China
Pyramids & Prophets
The Spanish Borderlands
Central America and Caribbean
South America Since 1810
Environmental Hist of Latin Am
History of Mexico to 1900
Modern Mexico
Ancient Greece
Hellenism & the Coming of Rome
The Medieval World
The Roman Empire
The Age of Renaissance
The Age of the Reformation
Age of Absolutism/Enligtenment
The Fr. Revol./Napoleonic Eras
19th Cent. Europe, 1815-1900
20th Century Europe, 1900-Pres
Holocaust in Europe, 1933-1945
Modern Germany since 1866
Spain in the Age of Expansion
History, Special Topics
History of Women
Into to Public History
History and the Senses
Directed Study
Select one Political Science course from the following:3
Party System, Campaigns Elect.
Pub Opinion/Media & Technology
Constitutional Law
Civil Rights & Liberties
Comparative Political Systems
Democracy and Democratization
The Public Policy Process
American Legislatures
The Presidency
Southwestern Border Politics
Foreign Policy of the U.S.
The Politics of Mexico
Secondary Education Minor
Required Courses:
BED 4317Tch & Empwr ELLs in Sec Schls3
EDPC 3300Developmental Variations3
RED 3342Content Area Literacy3
SCED 3311Curriculum Plan-Secondary Schl3
SCED 3312General Methods in Sec School3
SCED 4691Student Teaching in Sec School6
Open Electives
Select additional hours to complete a total of one hundred twenty hours
Foreign Language
Select six credit of Foreign Language. All six credits must be in the same language sequence. 16
Block Electives
Complete twelve upper-division hours from the blocks below, with three to six hours in each12
Total Hours120
1 French and Spanish majors must fulfill this requirement in a language other than their major.
 

University Core Curriculum

NOTE: The department may make specific suggestions for courses which are most applicable towards your major.

Psychology and Criminal Justice majors and minors are required to take MATH 1320 Math for Social Sciences I or a higher level Calculus course.

Business majors are required to take MATH 1320 Math for Social Sciences I or a higher level Calculus course.

NOTE: All courses require a C or better

Communication (six hours)

The objective of the communication component is to enable the student to communicate effectively in clear and correct prose or orally in a style appropriate to the subject, occasion, and audience.
Select six hours of the following: 6
For students whose secondary education was in English:
Written and Oral Communication
Writing About Literature
Rhetoric & Composition I
Rhetoric & Composition 2
Rhetoric, Composition & Comm
For students whose secondary education was not in English:
ESOL 1311Expos Engl Compos-Spkr Esl3
ESOL 1312Res & Crit Writng Spkr Esl3
Total Hours12

American History (six hours)

The objectives of the history component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and history of the U.S., their comprehension of the past and current role of the U.S. in the world, and their ability to critically evaluate and analyze historical evidence. U.S. history courses (three hours must be Texas history) include:
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
Total Hours6

Language, Philosophy & Culture  (three hours)

The objective of the humanities component is to expand students' knowledge of the human condition and human cultures, especially in relation to behaviors, ideas, and values expressed in works of human imagination and thought. Through study in disciplines such as literature and philosophy, students engage in critical analysis and develop an appreciation of the humanities as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Latina/o Presence in the U.S.
English Literature
English Literature
Intro to American Fiction
Intro to American Drama
Intro to American Poetry
Making of the "Other" Americas
World History to 1500
World History Since 1500
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Introduct to Religious Studies
Seeing & Naming: Conversations
Introduction to Womens Studies
Global Feminisms
Total Hours3

Mathematics  (three hours)

The objective of the mathematics component is to develop a quantitatively literate college graduate. Every college graduate should be able to apply basic mathematical tools in the solution of real-world problems.
Select one of the following:3
College Algebra
Trigonometry and Conics
Math in the Modern World
Math for Social Sciences I
Calculus I
Precalculus 1,2
Math for Social Sciences II
Statistical Literacy
Elementary Statistical Methods
1 A higher-level course in the calculus sequence can be substituted.
2 TCCN MATH 1314 will also satisfy this requirement.
Total Hours3

Life & Physical Sciences  (six hours)

The objective of the study of the natural sciences is to enable the student to understand, construct, and evaluate relationships in the natural sciences, and to enable the student to understand the bases for building and testing theories. The courses listed are for non-majors; the major courses in the discipline can be substituted for the non-major sequence. A minimum of two semesters of lecture and one semester of laboratory associated with one of the courses, or two semesters of combined (3 credit) lecture-laboratory courses (Only six hours apply toward the required 42.):
Select one of the following:1-4
Astronomy Lab I
Elem Astronomy-Solar System
Elem Astr Stars & Galaxies
Introductory Biology Lab
Human Biology Laboratory
Topics in Study of Life I
Organismal Biology Laboratory
Introductory Biology
Human Biology
General Biology
Organismal Biology
Human Anat/Physio Lab I
Human Anat/Physio Lab II
Human Anat/Physiology I
Human Anat/Physiology II
Laboratory for CHEM 1305
Laboratory for CHEM 1306
Intro General Chemistry Lab
Intro Organic & Biochem Lab
General Chemistry
General Chemistry
Intro to General Chemistry
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
Environmental Sci. Lab
Non-major Lab for ESCI 1301
Intro to Environment Science 2
Intro to Environmental Sci
Laboratory for GEOG 1306
Physical Geography
Lab for GEOL 1313
Lab for GEOL 1314
Principles of Earth Sci - Lab
Laboratory for Geology 1212
Principles of Earth Sciences
Principles of Earth Science
The Blue Planet
Natural Hazards
Intro to Physical Geology
Intro to Historical Geol
Fundamentals of Nutrition
Wellness Dynamics
Microorganisms and Disease
General Physics I
General Physics II
Introductory Mechanics
Introductory Electromagnetism
Total Hours1-4

Political Science  (six hours)

The objectives of the political science component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and evolution of the U.S. and Texas political systems, focusing on the growth of political institutions, and on the constitutions of Texas and the United States; and to enhance their understanding of federalism, states rights, and individual civil liberties, rights, and responsibilities.
Required Courses:
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
Total Hours6

Social and Behavioral Sciences  (three hours)

The objective of the social and behavioral science component is to increase students' knowledge of how social and behavioral scientists discover, describe, and explain the behaviors and interactions among individuals, groups, institutions, events, and ideas. Such knowledge will better equip students to understand themselves and the roles they play in addressing the issues facing humanity.
Select one of the following:3
Intro-Phys Anth/Archeolog
Intro-Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Geography
Intro to Linguistics
Econ for Engrs & Scientists
Interpersonal Communication
Mass Media and Society
Principles of Economics
Principles of Economics
Introduction to Ed Psychology
Action Research in Classrooms
Introduction to Linguistics
Cultural Geography
An Intro. to Linguistics
Lang. Inside & Out: Sel Topics
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Cultural Geography
Total Hours3

 Creative Arts (three hours)

The objective of the visual and performing arts component is to expand students' knowledge and appreciation of the human imagination as expressed through works of visual art, dance, music, theatre and film. Through study in these disciplines, students will form aesthetic judgments and develop an appreciation of the arts as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Art Appreciation
History of Art I
History of Art II
Dance Appreciation
Intro-Art of Motion Pict.
Music Appreciation
Jazz to Rock
Music, Culture, and Society
Introduction to Theatre
Total Hours3

Component Area Option (six hours)

The objective of the institutionally designated option component is to develop the critical thinking skills and academic tools required to be an effective learner. Special emphasis is placed on the use of technology in problem-solving, communications, and knowledge acquisition.
Select two of the following:6
Intro to Global Business
Public Speaking
Business/Profession Comm
Intro-Computational Thinking
Computer Programming Sci/Engr
Eng Innovation and Leadership
Inquiry in Math & Science
Seminar/Critical Inquiry
Total Hours6

Block Electives

(Core courses and courses from major or minor area cannot be counted as block electives)

Fine and Performing Arts

ART 3300Art Exploration3
ARTE 3307Introduction to Art Education3
ARTH 3353Pre-Columb Art & Arch3
CHIC 3302Chicano Cinema3
CHIC 3303Border Image in Mexican Film3
CHIC 3304Chicano/Latino Music in the US3
CHIC 3343Latino/a Voices in Perf Activi3
CHIC 3344Chicana/o Theatre3
CHIC 3345The Roots of Latina/o Hip Hop3
CHIC 3346Dances of Mexico and Spain3
CHIC 3347AmerCinema of the US-Mex Bord3
DANC 3303History of Dance as a Perf Art3
DANC 3322World Dance3
DANC 3347Jazz & Other Stage Danc Form I3
DANC 3348American Dance Forms - Jazz3
FILM 3302Chicano Cinema3
FILM 3303The Border Image in Mex. Film3
FILM 3315Screenwriting3
FILM 3391African-American Filmmakers3
FILM 3394Documentary Cinema3
FILM 3395Women and Film3
FILM 4340Selected Topics/ Film Studies3
FREN 4389Acting Out:Spectacle & Stage3
MUSL 3324Music in World Cultures3
MUSL 3325Music on the Border3
MUSL 3326Social History of Rock3
MUSL 3327History of Jazz3
MUSL 3329Topics in Music Hist & Culture3
MUSL 3332Music and Film3
MUSL 3333Music of the Middle East3
MUSL 3334Intro to Ethnomusicology3
SPAN 4341Modern Drama3
THEA 3335Contemp Hispanic Thea & Drama3
THEA 3340History of Costume Design3
THEA 3341Principles of Costuming3
THEA 3342Lighting Design3
THEA 3343Scenic Painting3
THEA 3350Creative Drama3
THEA 3351Theatre Hist and Literature I3
THEA 3352Theatre Hist and Literature II3
THEA 3355Broadway Musicals-A History3
THEA 3356Women in Drama3
THEA 4304Theatre Pract/Non-Majors3
WS 3331Gender & Popular Culture3
WS 3335Feminist Film3
WS 3382Gender Issues in the Arts3

Humanities

AFST 3390Topics in African/Amer Studies3
CHIC 3301La Chicana3
CHIC 3305Chic Ident Form:Race,Class&Gen3
CHIC 3311Chicano Studies: Societal Issu3
CHIC 4301Chicano Legal History3
CHIC 4308Chicana/o Thought3
CRW 3362Intro to Creative Writing3
CRW 3373Writing in Society3
ENGL 3300Intro. to Literary Studies3
ENGL 3301Literary Studies3
ENGL 3302Literature and Film3
ENGL 3304Gothic Literature3
ENGL 3305Children's Literature3
ENGL 3306Young Adult Literature3
ENGL 3309Detective Fiction3
ENGL 3310Chicana/o Literature3
ENGL 3311American Literature to 18653
ENGL 3312Am. Literature 1865 to Present3
ENGL 3315African American Literature3
ENGL 3316Native American Literature3
ENGL 3317Postcolonial Literature3
ENGL 3318British Literature Before 14853
ENGL 3319Sixteenth-Cent. Prose & Poetry3
ENGL 3320Shakespeare3
ENGL 3321Shakespeare's Plays and Poetry3
ENGL 332317th Century Prose and Poetry3
ENGL 3325Literature of the Bible3
ENGL 3327Jewish American Literature3
ENGL 3328Holocaust Literature and Film3
ENGL 3330Restoration & 18th Century Lit3
ENGL 3331World Literature3
ENGL 3333Romantic Literature3
ENGL 3337Victorian Literature3
ENGL 3341History of Form I3
ENGL 3344Am. Poetry 1900 to Present3
ENGL 3360Women in Literature3
ENGL 3371Southwestern Literature3
ENGL 3374Folklore Of Mexican American3
ENGL 4308Chaucer3
ENGL 4309Milton3
ENGL 4314Literary Criticism3
ENGL 4316Am. Nonfiction/Poetry To 19003
ENGL 4317American Fiction To 19003
ENGL 4318Early 20TH Cent Am. Fiction3
ENGL 4319Am. Fiction 1945 to Present3
ENGL 4322The American Drama3
ENGL 4325British Drama Since 18803
ENGL 4340Advanced Literary Studies3
ENGL 4347British Novel thru 18th Cent3
ENGL 4348British Novel: 19th Century3
ENGL 4349British Novel: 20th Century3
ENGL 4350Maj Am. Writer(s) through 19003
ENGL 4351Maj Am Writer(s) since 19003
FREN 3301French Literature to 17153
FREN 3303French Literature Since 17153
FREN 3320French Civilization3
FREN 3355Assuming the Power of Speech3
FREN 4387Poetry, Art of Ages:Lai to Rai3
FREN 4388Pleasure of Text: Genre, Narra3
FREN 4389Acting Out:Spectacle & Stage3
FREN 4390Topics in French3
all HIST 3300 - HIST 4300 except HIST 4325, HIST 4330, HIST 4390
all HUMN 3300 - HUMN 4300
JS 3300 - JS 4300
LABS 3300The Americas3
LABS 3301The Border3
LING 3313English Historical Linguistics3
LING 3315History of Spanish Language3
MS 3313U.S. Military History3
all PHIL 3300 - PHIL 4300
all RS 3300 - RS 4300
RWS 3355Workplace Writing3
RWS 3359Technical Writing3
all SPAN 3300 - SPAN 4300 except SPAN 3309, SPAN 3311, SPAN 4301
WS 3351Gender & Religion3
WS 3360Women in Literature3
WS 3383Gender Issues in Humanities3
WS 4310Feminist Theory3

Social and Behavioral Sciences

AFST 4304Envir. Just. & Min. Comm. U.S.3
all ANTH 3300 - ANTH 4300
CHIC 3301La Chicana3
CHIC 3305Chic Ident Form:Race,Class&Gen3
CHIC 3311Chicano Studies: Societal Issu3
CHIC 3339Cultural Diversity & Youth: US3
CHIC 4301Chicano Legal History3
CHIC 4304Envir. Just. & Min. Comm U.S.3
CHIC 4306Comm Formation on US/MX Border3
CHIC 4307Hispanic Entrepreneurship3
CHIC 4308Chicana/o Thought3
CHIC 4309American Immigration & Soc Jus3
COMM 3322Communication and Conflict3
COMM 3323Comm & Org Leadership3
COMM 3344Media Programming for Radio/TV3
COMM 3345Media Scriptwriting3
COMM 3353Intercultural Communication3
COMM 3354Small Group3
COMM 3355Organizational Communication3
COMM 4341Media Announcing & Performance3
COMM 4350Selected Topics3
COMM 4352Contemporary Rhetoric3
COMM 4360Environmental Communication3
COMM 4361Environmental Conflict & Comm3
COMM 4362Gender and Communication3
COMM 4363Political Communication3
COMM 4364Communicating Positive Devian3
COMM 4365Comm Healthy Communities3
COMM 4366Communication of Public Herit3
COMM 4368Borderlands Communication3
CRIJ 3321Family Violence3
CRIJ 3351Crim Just on US-Mexico Border3
CRIJ 4303Crime, Criminal Justice & Film3
CRIJ 4311Immigration Law and Admin3
CRIJ 4385Study Abroad in Crim Justice3
INSS 3301Historical Dev of Nat'l Sec3
INSS 3302Sem in Intel and Nat'l Sec3
INSS 4350Selected Problems in Intel3
INSS 4351Professional Practices3
LABS 3300The Americas3
LABS 3301The Border3
LABS 4301Topics Lat Amer/Border Stud3
LEAD 3300Contemporary Theories of Lead3
all LING 3300 - LING 4300 except LING 3313, LING 3315
all POLS 3300 - POLS 4399
PSYC 3315Psychology and the Law3
PSYC 4309History & Systems Psychology3
PSYC 4316Language and Cognition3
all SOCI 3300 - SOCI 4300
WS 3301La Chicana3
WS 3370Gender Roles & Society3
WS 3372Women & Work in the Sex Indust3
WS 3380Social Justice Values at Work3
WS 3384Gender Issues in Social Scincs3
WS 4310Feminist Theory3
WS 4360Jr/Sr Seminar/Women's Studies3
RWS 3345Editing3
RWS 3355Workplace Writing3
RWS 3357Issues in Tech & Rhetoric3
RWS 3358Special Topics in Writing3
RWS 3359Technical Writing3
RWS 3365Adv Composition:Rhet Theory3
RWS 3366Advanced Composition: Argument3
RWS 4300Senior Writing Practicum3

 The courses below will apply to different blocks based on the term and section completed

  • Please see dept or schedule book (online) for details