School of American and International Studies History Recommended Four-Year Plan (Fall 2010) This recommended four-year plan is designed to provide a blueprint for students to complete their degrees within four years. These plans are the recommended sequences of courses. Students must meet with their Major Advisor to develop a more individualized plan to complete their degree. This plan assumes that no developmental courses are required. If developmental courses are needed, students may have additional requirements to fulfill which are not listed in the plan and degree completion may take longer. NOTE: This recommended Four-Year Plan is applicable to students admitted into the major during the 2010-2011 academic year. First Year Fall Semester GenEd/School Core: AIID 101-First Year Topics in Liberal Studies GenEd: SOSC 101-Social Issues or BADM 115Perspectives of Business & Society GenEd: ENGL 180-College English HIST 101-Introduction to U.S. History I Total: HRS 4 Spring Semester HIST 102-Introduction to U.S. History II HIST 105-Western Studies I or HIST 109World Civilizations I GenEd: Mathematics Elective 4 4 4 16 Total: HRS 4 4 4 4 16 Second Year Fall Semester HIST 106-Western Studies II or HIST 110World Civilizations II HIST 201-Historiography GenEd: AIID 201-Readings in Humanities School Core: Language I* Total: HRS 4 Spring Semester HIST 200 Level Course GenEd: Science w/ Experiential School Core: Language II* Elective 4 4 4 16 Total: HRS 4 4 4 4 16 Third Year Fall Semester HIST 200 Level Course HIST 200 Level Course School Core: Language III* Elective Total: HRS 4 4 4 4 16 Spring Semester HIST 200 Level Course HIST 300 Level Course HIST 200 or 300 Level Course Elective Total: HRS 4 4 4 4 16 HRS 4 4 4 4 16 Fourth Year Fall Semester HIST 300 Level Course HIST 410-History Seminar GenEd: Intercultural North America Elective Total: HRS 4 4 4 4 16 Spring Semester GenEd: Topics Social Science GenEd: International Issues* Elective Elective Total: Total Credits Required: 128 credits *GenEd International Issues may be met by International Level Language requirement If a student has 8 or more elective courses, the student should consider a: minor, double major or Teacher Education Certification program.