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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 College Catalog

History Education (Social Science)/Secondary Education, B.A./B.S.


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General Information:


Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

The objectives of the history major are: 1) to develop a knowledge of the major events, individuals, institutions, and ideas that have shaped American and Western history  (academic); 2) to cultivate skills in the collection, evaluation, and communication of historical data, and to prepare hard-working students of character for successful careers in education, business, law, the ministry, libraries and museums, and public service (vocational); 3) to explore the influence of the Judeo-Christian tradition in shaping both American and Western culture and to acquire an awareness of the breadth and diversity of that tradition and its implications for our lives (Christian); 4) to appreciate American ideals and institutions and their roots in the broader Western experience in order to encourage civic engagement and love of country (patriotic); and 5) to expose students to and to engage them in discussion of great works of literature, art, architecture, and music from throughout the American and Western traditions producing well-rounded individuals with high personal standards of virtue, truth, and beauty (cultural). 

One additional U.S. or World History course: 3 credit hours


Choose one (1) additional course from above U.S. or World History choices. 

General Education courses specified by major: 15 credit hours


History (Social Science)/Secondary Education: 39-40 credit hours


In addition to the courses required for a major in history, students seeking a double major in secondary education with emphasis in social science must complete all courses required by the state of Missouri for secondary certification (see K-12/Secondary Education Major, B.A./B.S.  section under Education for additional course requirements).

Note:


The state of Missouri can mandate changes to these requirements.

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