Minor in History
History is a study of the past. It’s learning about families, neighborhoods and states, and the ideas that drive them. The history minor enables students to grow in knowledge of the beauty and diversity of civilizations, and prepares students to read critically, discuss intelligently and write persuasively.
Below are some of the courses you'll have an opportunity to take as a student in this program. Take a look at the list below to get an idea of the types of available courses. Also, be sure to review core curriculum requirements and the official program requirements in the Biola University catalog.
General Education Courses
|HIST 100||World Civilizations I|
Highlights in the development of World civilization with an overview of Western, Asian, African and Latin American civilizations to 1500. Examination of comparative cultural contributions made in the arts, sciences, government and religions. Includes regional geographic studies. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum World History credit. Grade Mode: A.
|HIST 101||World Civilizations II|
Highlights in the development of World civilization with an overview of Western, Asian, African and Latin American civilizations since 1500. Examination of comparative cultural contributions made in the arts, sciences, government and religions. Includes regional geographic studies. Lecture/Lab Hours: Three hours lecture, one hour discussion.
|HIST 200||United States History to 1865|
A survey of U.S. History from the time of European settlement, to the colonial period, to independence from Britain, the formation of the republic and the constitution, the issues of the early 1800s, and the Civil War.
|HIST 201||United States History Since 1865|
A survey of U.S. history from Reconstruction, to the gilded age and progressive era, to the world wars, the cold war, and the present age. Major Supreme Court cases will be covered as will social and ethnic issues.
Choose courses from each of the three concentrations — Asian/African Civilizations, European Civilization, Civilizations of the Americas — listed under History, B.A.
The remaining credits may be chosen from either the three concentrations or any other history course offerings.