Program Information:

Introduction

Concentration Requirements

Advanced Placement

Advising for Majors / Minors

Degree Sheets & Transfers

High Demand Courses

Independent Study

Foundation / Research Seminars

Honors Thesis

Grants

Internships

Honors & Awards

Policies & Forms

Undergraduate

High Demand Courses

Certain specified history courses offered each semester are designated as High Demand and each requires the consent of the instructor. Students cannot register for these courses online during pre-registration. Those wishing to register must do so directly with the instructor, who will fill in the appropriate paperwork.

The following courses are automatically High Demand:

Undergraduate Foundation Seminars (HIST 90 to 97)
Undergraduate Research Seminars (HIST 190 to 197)
Independent Study (HIST 180 to 187)
Internship (HIST 189)
Senior Honors Thesis (HIST 198, 199)
Graduate Readings (HIST 220 to 289)
Directed Graduate Research (HIST 293, 294)
Master's Thesis (295, 296)
Doctoral Dissertation (297, 298)