Social Studies Interdisciplinary Minor

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Social Studies Interdisciplinary Minor Requirements - 27-28 Credit Hours

The student must complete the following:

Two (2) of the following social science survey courses:

-PSYC101 General Psychology - 3 Credit Hours

-SOCI108 Cultural Anthropology - 3 Credit Hours

-SOCI131 General Sociology - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following geography courses:

-HIST130 World Geography - 3 Credit Hours

-SOCI200 Global Demography - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following international history courses:

-HIST105* World Civilization I - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST106* World Civilization II - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST345 The Middle Ages - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST350 Studies in World History - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST420 Studies in European History - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following American history courses:

-HIST220* American History I - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST221* American History II - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST300 Eras in American History - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST400 Studies in U.S. History - 3 Credit Hours

-HIST410* History of Kansas & the Great Plains - 3 Credit Hours

-SOCI250 Racial and Ethnic Minorities - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following government courses:

-POLI100* Introduction to Political Science - 3 Credit Hours

-POLI310* U.S. Constitution and Government - 3 Credit Hours

-POLI320 Political History - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following statistics courses:

-BSHS210 Statistical Analysis - 3 Credit Hours

-MATH210 Elementary Statistics - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following economics courses:

-ECON201 Introduction to Economics - 3 Credit Hours

-ECON205 Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 Credit Hours

-ECON206 Principles of Microeconomics - 3 Credit Hours

One (1) of the following research methods courses:

-HIST280 Research Methods in History - 3 Credit Hours

-PSYC390 Psychological Research Design - 4 Credit Hours

-SOCI331 Methods of Research - 3 Credit Hours

      *Denotes recommended option

The Social Studies Interdisciplinary Minor is offered as a cooperative learning experience from the Division of Behavioral Science and Human Services and the History Department.