Social Studies Broadfield - History Emphasis Requirements (BSE)

An interdisciplinary social studies major designed to equip the secondary teacher to teach history and the interdisciplinary social studies courses.

Licensure1

Licensure Requirements - 44 units
SECNDED 466LITERACY IN THE DISCIPLINES3
EDFOUND 212EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY3
EDFOUND 243FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY3
EDFNDPRC 210INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION AND TEACHING3
EDFOUND 425MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL3
Student Teaching:14
DIRECTED TEACHING - ALTERNATIVE PLACEMENT MIDDLE SCHOOL (2 units)
DIRECTED TEACHING - ALTERNATIVE PLACEMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL
DIRECTED TEACHING-SECONDARY (12 units)
DIRECTED TEACHING-MIDDLE SCHOOL
SECNDED 430THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL3
GEOGRPY 252GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES3
or BIOLOGY 214 ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY
ECON 213ECONOMICS FOR TEACHERS3
CIFLD 492FIELD STUDY3
SPECED 205INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION3
Total Units44

Major

Major Requirements - 57 units
HISTRY 200HISTORICAL METHODS2
Capstone Seminars Select 3 units from each category6
A. Select one 400 level seminar topic in US or Europe (3 units)
STUDIES IN EUROPEAN OR US HISTORY (VARIABLE TOPIC)
B. Select one 400 level seminar in Africa, Asia, Middle East or Latin America (3 units)
20TH CENTURY COMPARATIVE GENOCIDES
STUDIES IN AFRICA, ASIA, MIDDLE EAST OR LATIN AMERICA (VARIABLE)
One unit of Senior Portfolio
HISTRY 475SENIOR PORTFOLIO1
U.S. History:12
Select 2 of the following in Early U.S. History:
AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877 (DV) (GH)
AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY TO 1763 (GH)
REVOLUTION AND CONFEDERATION 1763-1789 (GH)
THE AGE OF CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION 1850-1877 (GH)
WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY I: 1600-1875 (GH)
AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY
Select two of the following in Modern U.S. History:
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES (DV)(GH)
AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1877 (DV)(GH)
MODERN BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY (DV) (GH)
CIVIL RIGHTS HISTORY: TRAVELING FREEDOM'S MAIN LINE (DV)
CIVIL RIGHTS HISTORY: TRAVELING FREEDOM'S MAIN LINE (DV)
FROM THE GILDED AGE TO THE WORLD STAGE, 1875-1920
AMERICA IN PROSPERITY, DEPRESSION AND WORLD WAR II, 1919-1945
RECENT AMERICA, 1945 TO THE PRESENT (GH)
HMONG AMERICANS: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (DV)(GE)
HMONG AMERICANS: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (DV)(GE)
WISCONSIN HISTORY
WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY II: 1875 TO THE PRESENT (GH)
A HISTORY OF BLACK MIGRATION IN THE U.S.
UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATIONS AND EMPIRE, 1790 TO RECENT PAST
RACE, ROCK & ROLL AND AMERICAN HISTORY (DV)(GH)
AMERICAN BUSINESS HISTORY (GH)
AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY
THE U.S. AT WAR IN VIETNAM
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST
HISTORY OF SOCIAL WELFARE IN THE UNITED STATES
HISTORY OF AMERICAN INDIAN LAW AND POLICY
CHICANO 310
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES (DV)(GH)
MODERN BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY (DV)(GE)
A HISTORY OF BLACK MIGRATION IN THE U.S.
European History:6-12
Select one or two of the following in Early European History:
WESTERN CIVILIZATION
REBELLION AND REVOLUTION IN ENGLAND, 1066-1688 (GH)
ANCIENT HISTORY
MEDIEVAL EUROPE
EARLY MODERN EUROPE, 1300-1600 (GH)
FROM GODDESSES TO WITCHES: WOMEN IN PREMODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
HISTORY OF RUSSIA TO 1815
Select one or two of the following in Modern European History:
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE (GH)
SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN MODERN BRITAIN 1763-PRESENT (GH)
MODERN EUROPEAN WOMEN'S HISTORY
HISTORY OF RUSSIA SINCE 1815
THE AGE OF EUROPEAN REVOLUTIONS, 1789-1848
HISTORY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY EUROPE
Select two of the following in African, Asian, Latin American, or Middle Eastern History:6
THE EAST ASIAN TRADITION
EAST ASIA SINCE 1800
INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC CIVILIZATIONS (GH)
ANCIENT AFRICAN HISTORY
EMPIRES & INVASIONS IN THE PRE-MODERN MIDDLE EAST: 500-1500
MODERNIZATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST (GH)
ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT, 1900-PRESENT
MODERN AFRICA
AFRICAN WOMEN'S HISTORY FROM 1800 TO THE 1970S (GH)
CONQUEST AND COLONIALISM IN LATIN AMERICA (GH)
MODERN LATIN AMERICA (GH)
HISTORY OF MEXICO (GH)
REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IN LATIN AMERICA (GH)
MODERN CHINA
MODERN JAPAN
Select 0-6 units in Comparative and Global History:0-6
ATLANTIC HISTORY
NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY
THE CRUSADES IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
HISTORY OF SEXUALITY
HISTORY OF CAPITALISM IN THE WEST
RISE AND FALL OF THE FRENCH OVERSEAS EMPIRE
GREAT TRIALS IN HISTORY
ATLANTIC HISTORY
WOMEN, SCIENCE & SOCIETY
Select additional History courses to bring total History units to 36
Select 9-12 units from two of the following departments for a total of 21 units21
Geography Department - Select at least 3 units from the following: 2
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF WISCONSIN (GS)
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
Political Science Department - Select at least 3 units from the following:
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY
Economics Department - Select at least 3 units from the following: 3
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
ECONOMICS FOR TEACHERS
Psychology Department - Select at least 3 units from the following: 4
PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN ADJUSTMENT (GS)
PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN (GS)
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
Sociology Department - Select at least 3 units from the following:
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
SOCIAL PROBLEMS (GS)
Total Units57
Unique Requirement
Chronological Breadth - Select at least two of the following Pre-Modern History courses (These courses may also count in the major requirements):6
AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877 (DV) (GH)
THE EAST ASIAN TRADITION
ANCIENT AFRICAN HISTORY
ATLANTIC HISTORY
WESTERN CIVILIZATION
AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY TO 1763 (GH)
REVOLUTION AND CONFEDERATION 1763-1789 (GH)
THE AGE OF CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION 1850-1877 (GH)
WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY I: 1600-1875 (GH)
AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY
EMPIRES & INVASIONS IN THE PRE-MODERN MIDDLE EAST: 500-1500
CONQUEST AND COLONIALISM IN LATIN AMERICA (GH)
REBELLION AND REVOLUTION IN ENGLAND, 1066-1688 (GH)
MEDIEVAL EUROPE
EARLY MODERN EUROPE, 1300-1600 (GH)
FROM GODDESSES TO WITCHES: WOMEN IN PREMODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
HISTORY OF RUSSIA TO 1815

Distributional Requirements

The courses chosen to complete the 36 units in the History major must satisfy the following distribution requirements:

  1. Introductory Level (100s-200s excluding HISTRY 200): Select no more than 12 units.
  2. Upper Level (300s-400s, excluding the capstone seminars): Select at least 12 units.

Note: The following courses must be personalized into the appropriate category - consult your advisor regarding personalization of these courses:

HISTRY 110HISTORY THROUGH FILM3
HISTRY 255CRITICAL ISSUES (GH)3
HISTRY 395THEMATIC OR REGIONAL TOPICS IN HISTORY (VARIABLE TOPIC)3
HISTRY 490WORKSHOP1-6
HISTRY 491TRAVEL STUDY1-3
HISTRY 492FIELD STUDY3-6
HISTRY 496SPECIAL STUDIES IN HISTORY1-3
HISTRY 498INDEPENDENT STUDY1-3