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Students in other degree programs who wish to pursue a minor in the History degree program must reach an agreement on an appropriate plan of study with a History faculty member, who serves as the minor advisor. The "Minor Agreement for Non-History Majors" form can be found on the Department of History's website, and must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator and the Director of Graduate Studies prior to the beginning of coursework.

credits required: 9 

Any History courses that fit within the following criteria may be used to fulfill the 9-credit requirement:

  • At least 6 credits in graduate seminars, and no more than 3 credits in undergraduate courses.
  • HISTORY 990 Research and Thesis may not be used to fulfill the minor requirement
  • The minor field may include up to 3 credits of HISTORY 999 Independent Work, provided that the student produces at least 15 pages of written work

Faculty: Professors Boswell (chair), Chamberlain, Cronon, Dennis, Desan, Dunlavy, Enke, Enstad, Hansen, Hirsch, Hsia, Johnson, Kantrowitz, Keller, Kleijwegt, Koshar, Lederer, McCoy, McDonald, Michels, Mitman, Neville, Nyhart, Plummer, Reese, Roberts, Sharpless, Shoemaker, Sommerville, Sweet, Thal, Wandel, Wink, Young; Associate Professors Chan, Cheng, Enke, Hall, Houck, Ipsen, Kim, Kodesh, Murthy, Ratner-Rosenhagen, Taylor, Ussishkin; Assistant Professors Bitzan, Brown, Callaci, Chamedes, Ciancia, Gómez, Haynes, Hennessy, Hicks, Iber, Jackson, Kinzley, Lapina, Murthy, Nelson, Whiting

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Faculty Affiliates and Teaching Associates: Carlsson, Chopra, Clark-Pujara, Cullinane, Ermakoff, Greene, Keyser, Nelson (A.), Rider, Sharafi

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