The undergraduate degree in history comes in two forms: the B.A. in History and the
B.A. in History with Teacher Licensure. For the specific requirements for each degree,
please see our current online catalog
or see catalogs from previous years
For more detailed information, please contact the department's undergraduate director,
Bob Hunt, at (615) 898-5519, or email email@example.com
. His office is in Peck Hall Room 276.
Please visit this page for more
information on History Department scholarships. For more information about the MTSU
chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society for undergraduate, graduate
students, and professors, please visit this page
DOWNLOADABLE FORMS FOR HISTORY MAJORS:
- Upper Division Form History B.A. (non-Teaching), Upper-division forms list out on one document all the classes you need to complete
your program: general education; classes in the major; the minor; language; electives.
You can see your whole degree at a glance and so use the document as a worksheet.
Teacher licensure students have a special form. Also, during your junior year you
fill out one of these forms formally and turn it in for a graduation check.
- Upper Division Form History Teacher Licensure
- Geographic Distributions of History Upper Division Courses, The courses in the history major are divided by geographic region: classes in American
history; classes in European; classes in Global. Majors are required to complete two
classes from each category. The link attached here shows which classes belong in each
- Advising Contract, These two documents show you our expectations of you as a major, and provide you a
map through your degree program. In the Degree Progress Checklist you can see where
you should at each major point in your undergraduate degree program.
- Degree Progress Checklist