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History/Childhood Education (B.S.)


This program leads to certification to teach grades 1-6 in the public schools. Students entering the program will graduate after four years with a Bachelor of Science degree in History/Social Studies/Childhood Education.

Degree Requirements


History Courses


Supporting Courses


With advisement, select one Political Science (POL) course: 3 Credits


With advisement, select one Economics (ECO) course: 3 Credits


Total Professional courses: 39 Credits


One semester of a language other than English: 3 Credits


Total supporting Liberal Arts courses: 24 Credits


General Education Requirements


not fulfilled by Major or required Supporting Courses

Electives: 9 Credits


Total credits required for degree: 120


Optional Middle Childhood Certification


Students desiring Middle Childhood (Specialist) Certification with a History major must complete the BS degree in History/Social Studies/Childhood Education shown above and also complete the following requirements:

Suggested Course Sequence for History/Social Studies/Childhood Education


The following is a general schedule for the History/Social Studies/ Childhood Education major. Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning your course schedule. Other course sequences are possible. Consult your advisor or the History or Education Program Coordinator. Note also that one can introduce flexibility into this recommended sequence by shifting History requirement slots around to allow one to pursue other courses of personal interest or compensate for scheduling conflicts. A student interested in also completing the Middle Childhood certification should consult with her advisor and the faculty in the intended area of focus  about a possible sequence of courses.

First Year


Total: 16.5 Credits


Total: 16.5 Credits


Second Year


Total: 15 Credits


Total: 15 Credits


Third Year


1st Semester


Total: 15 Credits


Total: 15 Credits


Fourth Year


Total: 12 Credits


2nd Semester


Total: 15 Credits


Total credit hours required for degree: 120