This major was designed with the intention of preparing the student to become a middle school history teacher, and to adhere to the primary goals of a liberal arts education. By taking a curriculum which encompasses courses from all spectrums of the subject - civics, social studies, Afro-Asian, American history, African history and culture, women’s history, etc. – she would have background across a broad content area. The courses represent many different components of history, important because history builds upon itself.
EDUC 220 Urban Education
EDUC 306 Teaching Social Studies
OMS 270 Organizational Behavior
OMS 439 Leadership Theories
EDUC 336 Stats for Classroom Assessment & Educational Research
HIST 249 American Intellectual History
EDUC 299 Language, Culture, and Immigration
AFS 318 Africana Music: Juju to Hip Hop
WGS 222 Women's Movements in the U.S.
REL 274 Religion and Democracy in the U.S.
AFS 267 Race, Gender, and the Law IDS 464 Individualized Study