Sep 19, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History Education with Licensure Concentration


History, BA
History Education with Licensure Concentration
*Sample Four Year Plan

First Year Fall Semester
SCH
First Year Spring Semester
SCH
APSU 1000-Freshmen Seminar 1 ENGL 1020-Composition II 3
ENGL 1010-Composition I 3 MATH Core 3
Humanities and/or Fine Arts Core 3 PHIL 2200-Religion and the World 3
GEOG 1035-World Regional Geography I OR
GEOG 1045-World Regional Geography II
3 HIST 2020-Modern United States History
(HIST 2030 may substitute)
3
COMM 2045-Public Speaking 3 Foreign Language 2010 3
HIST 2010-Early United States History
(HIST 2030 may substitute)
3 **EDUC 2100-Foundations of Education 2
TOTAL SCH 16 TOTAL SCH 17
Second Year Fall Semester
SCH
Second Year Spring Semester
SCH
ENGL 2330-Topics in World Literature 3 ECON 2020-Principles of Microeconomics 3
Natural Sciences w/ lab Core 4 Natural Sciences w/ lab Core 4
HIST 3000-Historical Methods 3 EDUC 3040-Industrial Technology 3
ECON 2100-Principles of Macroeconomics 3 EDUC 3070*-Instructional Strategies 3
HIST 2310-Early World History 3 HIST 2320-Modern World History 3
TOTAL SCH 16 TOTAL SCH 16
Third Year Fall Semester
SCH
Third Year Spring Semester
SCH
EDUC 4270-Evaluation and Assessment 3 POLS 2010-American National Government 3
HIST 3350- Modern Europe, 1789-1919 OR
HIST 3360- Modern Europe, 1919-Present
(Highly Recommended) OR
1 course from (Group 4)
3 HIST 4750 – American Economic History
(Highly Recommended) OR
1 course from Group 2
3
Endorsement Area Course 3 HIST 4410*- Teaching History in Middle School
(Requires Milestone II status)
3
HIST 3300- Ancient Greece OR
HIST 3310- Ancient Rome (Group 3)
3 HIST Upper Div. Non-U.S. History from Group 4 3
HIST Upper Div U.S. History from Group I 3 HIST Upper Div. U.S. History or ECON
(with advice of Secondary Social Studies Advisor)
3
    Foreign Language 2020 3
TOTAL SCH 15 TOTAL SCH 18
Fourth Year Fall Semester-Residency I
 
SCH
Fourth Year Spring Semester-Residency II
SCH
**EDUC 4080- Classroom Management
(Requires Milestone II status)
3 **EDUC 4610-Student Teaching 7-8 5
EDUC 4160- Teaching Diverse Students 3 **EDUC 4710-Student Teaching 9-12 5
EDUC 4440- Theories of Learning 3 **EDUC 4950-Seminar 2
SPED 2300- Intro to Special Education 3    
**HIST 4950- Teaching Social Studies Secondary School
(Requires Milestone II status)
3    
TOTAL SCH 15 TOTAL SCH 12
    Total Student Credit Hours for Degree 128

*For this degree a student must complete a total of 39 upper division (3000-4999) credit hours.

Professional Education Minor is required for this major

** Course requires field experience

Residency I requires 5 weeks in schools, Residency II requires 15 weeks in schools

Group 1: U.S. History: Select 1 course from this section
HIST 4540-Gilded Age American. 1865-1900
HIST 4580-United States, 1929-1960
HIST 4590-United States, 1960-1989
HIST 4630-The South Since 1861
HIST 4660-African American History Since 1890
HIST 4710-American Military History Since 1919
HIST 4730-U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1890
HIST 4820-The Viet Nam War, 1945-1975
HIST 4820-The Viet Nam War, 1945-1975
Group 3: Non-U.S. History: recommended -select 1 from this section
HIST 3300-Ancient Greece or
HIST 3310-Ancient Rome
Group 2: U.S. History: Select 1 course from this section
HIST 4750-American Economic History–Highly Recommended
HIST 4500-The Colonial Era in America, 1607-1763
HIST 4520-The Early Republic, 1789-1815
HIST 4550-Jacksonian America, 1815-1845
HIST 4530-The Civil War Era 1845-1865
HIST 4620-The South to 1861
HIST 4650-African American History to 1890
HIST 4700-American Military History to 1919

Group 4: Non-U.S. History: Select 2 courses from this section
HIST 3350-Modern Europe, 1789-1919 or –Highly Recommended
HIST 3360-Modern Europe, 1919-Present –Highly Recommended
HIST 3370-European Military History, 1789-1945
HIST 3440-Africa to 1800
HIST 3450-Africa Since 1800
HIST 3460-Colonial Latin America
HIST 3470-Modern Latin America
HIST 3520-A History of Modern China
HIST 3430-East Asia through the Ages
HIST 3620-Modern Japan
HIST 3750-Islamic Civilization and the Middle East
HIST 3760-The Middle East Since 1600
HIST 3820-Modern Korea
HIST 3840-Modern Russia History

NOTE:  Select three hours of upper division U.S. History (with advice of
Secondary Social Studies Advisor)