This major was designed to look at U.S. history through a humanistic perspective that includes artistic, religious, civic, and political movements related to popular uprisings of the American people. The student selected courses from the departments of Art History, Education, English, History, Religion, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies to examine many different academic perspectives revolutionary socio-political movements.
ED 209 Foundations of Education
ENG 254 American Poetry
ED 306 Teaching Social Studies
HIST 342 Revolutionary America
HIST 300 Historical Methods
WGS 222 Women's Movements in the U.S.
ENG 237 American Realism & Naturalism
REL 225 Religion and the Civil Rights Movement
Eng 356 The Beats and Beyond
ARTH 318 Art after 1945
HIST 249 American Intellectual History
IDS 464 Individualized Study