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Undergraduate Majors and Minors

The Department offers a B.S. or a B.A. major in History and Political Science, or a B.A. in American Indian Studies. It offers minors in Philosophy, Religion, Pre-Law, History, American Indian Studies and Political Science. Each major is 36-40 credits and minors are 18 credits.

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We strongly encourage double-majors. The following classes may count towards a two majors (up to six credits), or towards a major and a minor (up to three credits).

History and Political Science

  • POLS 447 – Latin American Politics
  • POLS 458 – Democracy and Authoritarianism
  • HIST/ AIS 462 - Formation of Federal Indian Policy
  • HIST 380 - Imperialism, Then and Now

History and Geography

  • GEOG 372 - Introduction to GIS & Lab
  • GEOG 405 – Historical Geography
  • HIST 379 – Environmental History
  • HIST 312 – History of Modern Asia

Political Science and Geography

  • GEOG 372 - Introduction to GIS & Lab
  • GEOG 460 – Geopolitics
  • POLS 341 – European Democratic Governments
  • POLS 447 – Latin American Politics

Political Science and Economics/ or Ag Business

  • ECON 423 – Introduction to Econometrics (Instead of POLS 388 – Research Methods)
  • ECON 433 – Public Finance
  • ECON 467 - Labor Law
  • AGEC 352 - Ag Law
  • AGEC 479 - Ag Policy
  • BADM 350 - Legal Env of Business

History and Religion

  • REL/HIST 401 – Early Christian Era
  • REL/ HIST 402 – Reformation and Religious Conflict
  • REL/ HIST 492 - The Gospels
  • HIST 311 - Chinese History: Pol, Phil & Rel

Political Science and Philosophy

  • PHIL/ POLS 492 – Political Philosophy

History and American Indian Studies

  • AIS/ HIST 368 – History and Culture of American Indians
  • AIS/ HIST 462 - Formation of Federal Indian Policy
  • AIS/ HIST 492 - Oral History

Religion and American Indian Studies

  • REL/AIS 238 – Native American Religions
  • AIS - Formation of Federal Indian Policy