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1 HISTORY PROGRAM 226 McDonald Bldg. (45) To find faculty & staff phone numbers addresses, please consult the University Directory directory.php. Department Chair Leonor Ceballos, Ph.D. Faculty Professor Chip McLeod, Ph.D. Associate Professor Joe Green, M.S. Assistant Professors Joel A. Lewis, Ph.D. Frank Klackle, Ph.D. Hosok O, Ph.D. Lecturer / Advisor School of Humanities Dean Donald Hinton, Ph.D. Program Description Department Secretary Francine Larger Administrative Assistant Lory Mattucci The Dixie State University History program teaches the two most popular courses students use to fulfill the state requirement in American Instituitons: HIST 1700 American Civilization POLS 1100 American Government. Each semester, hundreds of students learn more about the United States as well as the variety of experiences perspectives that comprise its citizens. The Dixie State University baccalaureate program in History is comprised on a Bachelor s of Arts, a Bachelor s of Science, a minor. The Bachelor of Arts degree requires proficiency in a foreign language, which can be fulfilled in a variety of ways. The Bachelor of Science degree requires Social Sciences coursework beyond the core electives. In addition, a unique degree, the Bachelor of Arts or Science in Social Sciences Composite Teaching is designed specifically for student pursuing secondary teaching careers prepares them to teach in many areas of the high school curriculum, including American History, World History, Utah History, Political Science, Psychology, Geography, Economics, Sociology. The DSU bachelor s degrees in History prepare students to pursue advanced study in History, law, or a related area, or to enter the worksforce in business, international relations, journalism, or numerous other professional fields. Core requirements in the degree emphasize historical knowledge, historical thinking, historical skills, the tessential components on the curriculum. Students who graduate from the History program have developed the ability to investigate problems, identify relaiable sources, analyze information, contextualize complex questions, communicate conclusions in a clear thoughtful manner through advanced critical thinking writing skills. The Minor in History prepares students from a variety of disciplines to contextualize their field of study within the human experience through exposure to a variety of perspectives reserach methodologies that augment their skills in almost any profession or area of graduate study. What is the study of History? Two quotations are often used to explain the importance of studying History: What s past is prologue (William Shakespeare, The Tempest) Those who cannot remeber the past are doomed to repeat it (George Santayana, Life of Reason I). History is the study analysis of the human past,, as such, it is an integral discipline in contemplating the meaning of human life developing understing of how societies function. Historians use all forms of documentation evidence to investigate analyze what has happened to individuals societies over time in an attempt to discover the meaning, relevance, lessons of past events experiences. As the past determines the present also the future, the analysis of historical materials allows researchers to develop theories not only about what happened, but why it occured what impact that might have had, is still having, or might have in the future. Studying History enables humans to comprehend importance concepts such as individual group identity, the lives of individuals as citizens members of distinct socio-cultural groups, moral understing. History uncovers the wisdown folly of those who came before, prepares those living in the present to meet the challenges of the future. Degrees & Minors Bachelor of Arts in History Bachelor of Science in History Bachelor of Arts/Science in Social Sciences Composite Teaching Minor in History Course Prefixes: HIST, POLS, SS Career Strategies Students can enhance learning career opportunities ina number of ways: Select minor /or elective coursework in a complementary discipline, such as creative or technical writing, history, or multicultural communication Create a portfolio of writing that demonstrates analytical creative writing skills Engage in opportunitities for service-learning or study abroad Develop strong public speaking skills Develop strong grammar language skills, including a second CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

2 language Consider graduate school; higher degrees will increase pay may increase opportunities Career Opportunities* Because majoring in History focuses on learning how to think, especially analysis synthesis, the opportunities for graduates are limited only by their imaginations interests. History graduates frequently work in these fields: Law politics Local, state, federal government Secondary post-secondary education Public history museum work Publishing Journalism Media, television, film Social activism Librarian or archivist Media Labor organizing Non-governmental organizations Non-profit organizations Job Outlook / Salary Range* Since the opportunities are so varieded, the job outlook salary range will depend on each student s particular career path. History majors can expect that whatever field they choose, the job outlook is good for those who can analyze mutliple perspectives often conflicting sources of information communicate their findings. *From the Occupational Outlook hbook Bachelor of Arts in History 120 credits The Bachelor of Arts in History degree has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Foreign Language Requirement. History Core Requirements 4. History Electives 5. Open Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education stards in American Institutions, English, Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1200 Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS1400/CS1410 Computer Programming General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Science GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature / Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Bachelor of Arts: Foreign Language Requirement 16 credits in a single foreign language (by coursework or vertical credit); OR foreign language 2020 or 060 class ( C); OR foreign language 1020 class ( C) 12 credits FLATS/FL-GE in another language; OR nonnative speakers may use ESL test or specific course(s). Core History Requirements HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 HIST 4890 Senior Capstone Complete one of the following pairs of classes: HIST 1100 HIST 1110 HIST 1500 HIST 1510 Western Civilzation I Western Civilzation II OR History Electives World History to 1500 World History Since 1500 Complete 24 credits from the following courses: HIST 000 Historical Research Methodologies CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 197

3 HIST 040 British History Before 1714 HIST 180 Nineteenth Century Europe HIST 190 Twentieth Century Europe HIST 240 British History Present HIST 460 Comparative Asian History HIST 480 Pre-Modern China HIST 550 Culture of East Asia HIST 620 History of Colonial Latin America HIST 60 History of Modern Latin America HIST 640 History of Latin American Revolutions HIST 660 History of Mexico HIST 670 Slavery the American Republic HIST 720 Colonial America ( ) HIST 70 Civil War & Reconstruction ( ) HIST 740 Emergence Mod. America ( ) HIST 750 Contemporary America HIST 870 History of Utah HIST 410 History of Nationalism HIST 470 History Social Movements Modern America HIST 4400 History of Islam HIST 4490 Nazi Germany the Holocaust HIST 4700 African-American History (1619-Present) HIST 4710 The American Revolution HIST 4720 The New Nation ( ) HIST 470 Society & Culture in U.S. ( ) Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 above).. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency 4. Grade C or higher (not C-) required in each Core Discipline Elective Requirement. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HUM 1001 FYE: Humanities 1 MATH 1000 Transitional Mathematics II 4 Foreign Language Foreign Language course (1010) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year CIS 1200 Computer Literacy ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 MATH course GE Mathematics Foreign Language Foreign Language course (1020) 4 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year HIST 1500 World History Since 1500 [GLOCUP] General Education Life Sciences General Education Fine Arts Foreign Language Foreign Language course (2010) 4 Elective Any course SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year HIST 1510 World History Since 1500 [GE: Social & Behavioral Sciences] General Education Literature/Humanities Foreign Language Foreign Language course (2020) 4 Elective Any course FALL SEMESTER, rd Year HIST 1500 World History Since 1500 [GLOCUP] General Education Physical Sciences / Lab /1 Elective Any course SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year General Education Exploration Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any course FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year General Education GLOCUP course Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any course SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year (12 credits) HIST 4890 Senior Capstone Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any upper-division course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

4 Bachelor of Science in History 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in History degree has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. History Core Requirements. Social Science Requirements 4. History Electives 5. Open Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education stards in American Institutions, English, Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1200 Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS1400/CS1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing LIB 1000 Information Literacy 0 Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Science GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature / Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Core History Requirements HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 HIST 000 Historical Research Methodologies HIST 4890 Senior Capstone Complete one of the following pairs of classes: HIST 1100 HIST 1110 HIST 1500 HIST 1510 Western Civilzation I Western Civilzation II OR World History to 1500 World History Since 1500 Social Science Requirements Complete 9 credits from the following: CJ 10 Criminal Law ECON 2010 Micro Economics ECON 2020 Macro Economics PHIL 1120 Social Ethics PHIL 1250 Reasoning & Rational Decision-Making PHIL 2600 World Religions POLS 2100 Introduction to International Relations POLS 2200 Introduction to Comparative Politics POLS 200 Introduction to Political Theory SOC 1010/A Introduction to Sociology History Electives Complete 24 credits from the following courses: HIST 040 British History Before 1714 HIST 180 Nineteenth Century Europe HIST 190 Twentieth Century Europe HIST 240 British History Present HIST 460 Comparative Asian History HIST 480 Pre-Modern China HIST 550 Culture of East Asia HIST 620 History of Colonial Latin America HIST 60 History of Modern Latin America HIST 640 History of Latin American Revolutions HIST 660 History of Mexico HIST 670 Slavery the American Republic HIST 720 Colonial America ( ) HIST 70 Civil War & Reconstruction ( ) HIST 740 Emergence Mod. America ( ) HIST 750 Contemporary America HIST 870 History of Utah HIST 410 History of Nationalism CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 199

5 HIST 470 History Social Movements Modern America HIST 4400 History of Islam HIST 4490 Nazi Germany the Holocaust HIST 4700 African-American History (1619-Present) HIST 4710 The American Revolution HIST 4720 The New Nation ( ) HIST 470 Society & Culture in U.S. ( ) Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 above).. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency 4. Grade C or higher (not C-) required in each Core Discipline Elective Requirement. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HISTORY FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HUM 1001 FYE: Humanities 1 MATH 1000 Transitional Mathematics II 4 Program elective Social Science course (see list above) SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year CIS 1200 Computer Literacy ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 MATH course GE Mathematics Program elective Social Science course (see list above) FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year HIST 1500 World History to 1500 [GLOCUP] HIST 000 Historical Research Methodologies General Education Life Sciences General Education Fine Arts Program elective Social Science (see list above) SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year HIST 1510 World History Since 1500 [GE: Social & Behavioral Sciences] General Education Literature/Humanities Elective Any course Elective Any course FALL SEMESTER, rd Year General Education Physical Sciences / Lab /1 Elective Any course Elective Any course SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year General Education Exploration Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any course FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year General Education GLOCUP course Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any course SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year HIST 4890 Senior Capstone Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any upper-division course Elective Any course Bachelor of Arts / Science in Social Science Composite Teaching 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Social Science Composite Teaching degree has four basic components: 1. General Education Institutional Requirements (some may also be included in program requirements) 2. Social Sciences Core Requirements. Secondary Education Teaching (SET) pre-professional professional courses DSU General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education stards in American Institutions, English, Mathematics CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

6 Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1200 Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course -5 Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Complete one of the following American Institutions GE courses (SET requirement): HIST 1700 American Civilization POLS 1100 American Government Complete one of the following Social & Behavioral Sciences GE courses (SET requirement): FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan PSY 1010/A General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan Social Sciences Core Requirements Complete the following History courses: HIST 1500 World History to 1500 HIST 1510 World History Since 1500 HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 HIST 870 History of Utah Complete three () of the following History Elective courses: HIST 000 Historical Research HIST 040 British History Before 1714 HIST 180 Nineteenth Century Europe HIST 190 Twentieth Century Europe HIST 240 British History Present HIST 460 Comparative Asian History HIST 480 Pre-Modern China HIST 490 Modern China HIST 550 Culture of East Asia HIST 620 History of Colonial Latin America HIST 60 History of Modern Latin America HIST 640 History of Latin American Revolutions HIST 660 History of Mexico HIST 670 Slavery the American Republic HIST 720 Colonial America ( ) HIST 70 Civil War & Reconstruction ( ) HIST 740 Emergence Mod. America ( ) HIST 750 Contemporary America HIST 410 History of Nationalism HIST 470 History Social Movements Modern America HIST 4400 History of Islam HIST 4490 Nazi Germany the Holocaust HIST 4700 African-American History (1619-Present) HIST 4710 The American Revolution HIST 4720 The New Nation ( ) HIST 470 Society & Culture in U.S. ( ) Complete the following Geography courses: GEOG 1000 Physical Geography GEOG 100 World Regional Geography GEOG 4200 Geography of Utah Complete the following Economics courses: ECON 2010 Microeconomics ECON 2020 Macroeconomics Complete the following Political Science courses: POLS 1100 American Government POLS 2100 Intro to International Relations Complete the following Sociology courses: SOC 1010/A Introduction to Sociology SOC 020 Social Psychology Complete the following Psychology courses: PSY 1010/A General Psychology PSY 2000 Writing in Psychology: APA Style PSY 120 Cognitive Psychology PSY 400 Psychology of Abnormal Behavior PSY 710 Behavioral Neuroscience Secondary Education Pre-Professional Courses Complete the following pre-professional courses: EDUC 1010 Foundations/Intro to Education EDUC 2010 Intro to Exceptional Learners EDUC 2400 Foundations of Multicultural & ESL CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 201

7 EDUC 2500 Tech / Educ. / Electronic Portfolio EDUC 110 Educational Psychology Secondary Education Teaching (SET) Program Admission To be admitted to the SET program enroll in Professional courses, students must have completed all pre-professional Education classes with.0 or higher GPA with no D credit, students must pass the appropriate PRAXIS II content area subject test(s). In addition, one of the following must be completed: Students with BA/BS degrees in progress must have completed at least 95% of major coursework have approval of major academic content area department advisor Students with completed BA/BS or higher degrees must have their transcripts reviewed by content area department advisor Secondary Education Professional Requirements Semester I SCED 720 Reading / Writing in Content Areas SCED 4100 Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment SCED 4600 Classroom Management SS 4100 Social Studies Teaching Methods Semester II SCED 4900 Secondary Student Teaching 10 SCED 4989 Student Teacher Seminar 2 Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 122 college-level credits (1000 above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 above).. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.75 or higher. 5. Grade C- in each Social Sciences Composite Teaching program required course. 6. Grade C- or higher in each pre-professional professional Education Secondary Education course GPA in pre-professional professional courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year (17 credits) EDUC 1001 FYE: Education 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing GEOG 1000 Physical Geography HIST 1510 World History since 1500 MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year CIS 1200 Computer Literacy ECON 2010 Micro Economics EDUC 1010 Foundations/Intro to Education ENGL 2010 Interm Writing Selected Topics HIST 1500 World History to 1500 SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year BIOL 1010 General Biology BIOL 1015 General Biology Lab 1 EDUC 2010 Intro to Exceptional Learners HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 POLS 1100 American Government PSY 2000 Writing in Psychology: APA Style SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year ECON 2020 Macro Economics EDUC 2400 Foundations of Multicultural & ESL HIST 2710 United States History since 1877 POLS 2100 Introduction to International Relations PSY 120 Cognitive Psychology SOC 020 Social Psychology FALL SEMESTER, rd Year EDUC 2500 Tech / Educ. / Electronic Portfolio General Education General Education: Fine Arts GEOG 100 World Regional Geography HIST 870 History of Utah HIST Elective History Elective from list above PSY 400 Psych of Abnormal Behavior SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year EDUC 110 Educational Psychology General Education General Education: Literature / Humanities GEOG 4200 Geography of Utah History Elective History Elective from list above History Elective History Elective from list above FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year PSY 710 Behavioral Neuroscience SCED 720 Reading / Writing in Content Areas SCED 4100 Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment SCED 4600 Classroom Management CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

8 SS 4100 Social Science Teaching Methods SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year SCED 4900 Secondary Student Teaching 10 SCED 4989 Student Teaching Seminar 2 HIST 4720 The New Nation ( ) HIST 470 Society & Culture in U.S. ( ) Completion Requirement Complete all courses that fulfill requirements in the minor with a grade C or higher. Minor in History 21 credits Core History Requirements HIST 2700 United States History to 1877 HIST 2710 United States History Since 1877 Complete one of the following pairs of classes: HIST 1100 HIST 1110 HIST 1500 HIST 1510 Western Civilzation I Western Civilzation II OR History Electives World History to 1500 World History Since 1500 Complete 24 credits from the following courses: HIST 040 British History Before 1714 HIST 180 Nineteenth Century Europe HIST 190 Twentieth Century Europe HIST 240 British History Present HIST 460 Comparative Asian History HIST 480 Pre-Modern China HIST 550 Culture of East Asia HIST 620 History of Colonial Latin America HIST 60 History of Modern Latin America HIST 640 History of Latin American Revolutions HIST 660 History of Mexico HIST 670 Slavery the American Republic HIST 720 Colonial America ( ) HIST 70 Civil War & Reconstruction ( ) HIST 740 Emergence Mod. America ( ) HIST 750 Contemporary America HIST 870 History of Utah HIST 410 History of Nationalism HIST 470 History Social Movements Modern America HIST 4400 History of Islam HIST 4490 Nazi Germany the Holocaust HIST 4700 African-American History (1619-Present) HIST 4710 The American Revolution CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 20

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