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2025 History Major: International Curriculum


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HNT2 History Major: International History Major: International History: International 13 0

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Subject Area Description Credit Hour
Required Courses Choose 2 of 2
HI301 HIST OF MILITARY ART TO 1900 3.0  
HI498 COLLOQUIUM IN HISTORY 3.0  
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International History Choose 5 of 20
HI337 CHINA: EMPIRE, REPUBLIC, & MAO 3.0  
HI339 THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST 3.0  
HI341 THE AGE OF EXPLORATION 3.0  
HI343 MODERN GERMANY 3.0  
HI344 MODERN DIPLOMACY 3.0  
HI345 MODERN AFRICA 3.0  
HI346 INDIA, PAKISTAN, & BANGLADESH 3.0  
HI347 ASIAN WARFARE AND POLITICS 3.0  
HI348 MODERN LATIN AMERICA 3.0  
HI354 WORLD WAR I IN GLOBAL CONTEXT 3.0  
HI361 MEDIEVAL EUROPE 3.0  
HI364 MODERN WESTERN EUROPE 3.0  
HI365 THE ANCIENT WORLD 3.0  
HI367 IMPERIAL AND SOVIET RUSSIA 3.0  
HI368 MOD CENTRAL & E. EUR,1896-1989 3.0  
HI383 MIDDLE EASTERN WARFARE 3.0  
HI391 WORLD RELIGIONS 3.0  
HI410 VIOLENCE/SEX: CULTRL HIST WAR 3.0  
XH341 INTEL CYBER HISTORY 3.0  
XH491 INTERDISCIPLINARY CAPSTNE-HIST 3.0  
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Out-of-Stem History Electives Choose 2 of 31
For cadets who will graduate w/ Honors, one of their courses must be from the HI400 series and they will take an additional elective from all Department of History offerings.
HI338 WARFARE IN AGE OF REVOLUTIONS 3.0  
HI340 COLONIAL AMERICA 3.0  
HI354 WORLD WAR I IN GLOBAL CONTEXT 3.0  
HI355 WARFARE-AGE OF INDUSTRIALIZTN 3.0  
HI356 WAR AT SEA AND IN THE AIR 3.0  
HI357 DECOLONIZATION & THE COLD WAR 3.0  
HI358 POLICY, STRATEGY & GENERALSHIP 3.0  
HI359 ERA OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR 3.0  
HI369 AMERICAN FRONTIERS 3.0  
HI370 ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL WARFARE 3.0  
HI372 US FGN RELATIONS SINCE 1898 3.0  
HI376 EARLY MODERN WARFARE 3.0  
HI381 HISTORY OF IRREGULAR WARFARE 3.0  
HI383 MIDDLE EASTERN WARFARE 3.0  
HI385 WAR & ITS THEORISTS 3.0  
HI390 EARLY NATIONAL AMERICA 3.0  
HI392 AMERICAN HISTORICAL MEMORY 3.0  
HI394 REVOLUTIONARY AMERICA 3.0  
HI395 HIST OF CIVIL WAR AMERICA 3.0  
HI396 MAKING OF MODERN AMERICA 3.0  
HI397 COLD WAR AMERICA 3.0  
HI398 CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMER HIST 3.0  
HI410 VIOLENCE/SEX: CULTRL HIST WAR 3.0  
HI460 SENIOR FACULTY COURSE 3.0  
HI461 TOPICS IN GENDER HISTORY 3.0  
HI462 THE HISTORY OF INNOVATION 3.0  
HI463 RACE, ETHNICITY, NATION 3.0  
XH341 INTEL CYBER HISTORY 3.0  
XH405 THE HOLOCAUST AND ITS LEGACY 3.0  
XH415 GENOCIDE AND ETHNIC CLEANSING 3.0  
XH491 INTERDISCIPLINARY CAPSTNE-HIST 3.0  
AND
Complementary Support Courses  
Cadets in this major will fulfill the Complementary Support Course requirement by taking a third semester in a foreign language and two additional choices.
AND
Complementary Support Course - Foreign Language Choose 1 of 1
LX300 3RD SEMESTER FOREIGN LANG 0.0  
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Complementary Support Courses - Electives Choose 2 of 72
Depending on their particular research interests, cadets will consult with their academic counselor to choose their final two CSCs. The courses found on the following list of courses could all aid in an historian's research abilities and methodologies, but a cadet may deviate from this list as long as they can justify why using a course not found on it will aid them in their historical study. In addition, a cadet may choose to fulfill this requirement by taking two additional courses in their chosen foreign language. This includes the DFL courses on regional civilization (example: LA483 Arab Civilization I), and regional literature (example: LF485 Survey of French Literature I).
DS345 MILITARY INNOVATION 3.0  
DS350 PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATIONS 3.0  
DS360 SPECIAL OPS: THEORY & PRACTICE 3.0  
DS455 COMPARATIVE DEFENSE POLICY 3.0  
DS460 REBELLION, INSURGNCY & CIV WAR 3.0  
DS475 STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING 3.0  
EN321 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3.0  
EN322 AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3.0  
EN331 BRITISH LITERATURE I 3.0  
EN332 BRITISH LITERATURE II 3.0  
EN351 WORLD LITERATURE 3.0  
EN352 POWER AND DIFFERENCE 3.0  
EN353 WAR LITERATURE 3.0  
EN355 CRITICISM COLLOQUIUM 3.0  
EN362 FILM AND FILM THEORY 3.0  
EV365 GEOGRAPHY OF GLOBAL CULTURES 3.0  
EV371 GEOGRAPHY OF RUSSIA 3.0  
EV372 GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA 3.0  
EV373 GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA 3.0  
EV375 GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA 3.0  
EV376 GEOGRAPHY OF THE MIDDLE EAST 3.0  
EV384 GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICA 3.0  
EV386 GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE 3.0  
EV390B URBAN GEOGRAPHY 3.0  
EV482 MILITARY GEOGRAPHY 3.0  
LW410 COMPARATIVE LEGAL SYSTEMS 3.0  
LW474 LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT 3.0  
LW481 INTERNATIONAL LAW 3.0  
LW482 NATIONAL SECURITY LAW 3.0  
LX400 4TH SEMESTER FOREIGN LANG 0.0  
MA376 APPLIED STATISTICS 3.0  
PL377 SOCIAL INEQUALITY 3.0  
PL384 SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY 3.0  
PL393 CRIMINOLOGY-CRIM JUST SYSTM 3.0  
PL482 ARMED FORCES AND SOCIETY 3.0  
PY300 PHILOSOPHICAL METHODS 3.0  
PY305 LOGICAL REASONING 3.0  
PY330 POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 3.0  
PY345 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION 3.0  
PY360 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 3.0  
PY369 ASIAN PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITIONS 3.0  
PY370 17TH & 18TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY 3.0  
PY375 KANT & 19TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY 3.0  
SS370 MASS MEDIA & AMER POLITICS 3.0  
SS372 POLITICS AND GOV OF CHINA 3.0  
SS373 THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY 3.0  
SS374 POL & GOV OF KOREAS & JAPAN 3.0  
SS375 GOV & POL RUSSIA & NEIGHBORS 3.0  
SS376 AMERICAN POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT 3.0  
SS377 POLITICS & GOV OF EUROPE 3.0  
SS378 ADV INTL RELATIONS THEORY 3.0  
SS379 LEGISLATIVE POLITICS 3.0  
SS380 MANPOWER-LABOR ECONOMICS 3.0  
SS381 CULTURAL/POLIT ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0  
SS383 POLITICS & GOVT-MIDDLE EAST 3.0  
SS384 POLITICS & GOVT-LATIN AMER 3.0  
SS385 HISTORY OF ECONOMICS 3.0  
SS386 POLITICAL THOUGHT 3.0  
SS387 PUBLIC FINANCE 3.0  
SS462 ECON OF STABILIZATION & GROWTH 3.0  
SS464 HOMELAND SECURITY 3.0  
SS465 TERRORISM: NEW CHALLENGES 3.0  
SS472 THE AM STATE & THE SOLDIER 3.0  
SS473 AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 3.0  
SS476 CONFLICT AND NEGOTIATION 3.0  
SS481 POLITICS OF DEFENSE POLICY 3.0  
SS483 NATIONAL SECURITY SEMINAR 3.0  
SS484 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 3.0  
SS485 GOV & POLITICS SUB-SAHARAN AFR 3.0  
SS487 INT'L POLITICAL ECONOMY 3.0  
SS493 SENIOR STUDIES - AMER POLITICS 3.0  
XH467 WINNING THE PEACE 3.0  
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Integrative Experience for the Major Choose 1 of 26
Cadets majoring in history must take one of the following electives during their first class year. This course is not an additional elective, but it will require working with the instructor to integrate disciplines outside of history for the course's major writing requirement or project. If a cadet chooses one of these electives before their first class year they may not use it as their integrative experience.
HI341 THE AGE OF EXPLORATION 3.0  
HI344 MODERN DIPLOMACY 3.0  
HI346 INDIA, PAKISTAN, & BANGLADESH 3.0  
HI347 ASIAN WARFARE AND POLITICS 3.0  
HI348 MODERN LATIN AMERICA 3.0  
HI354 WORLD WAR I IN GLOBAL CONTEXT 3.0  
HI357 DECOLONIZATION & THE COLD WAR 3.0  
HI358 POLICY, STRATEGY & GENERALSHIP 3.0  
HI359 ERA OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR 3.0  
HI364 MODERN WESTERN EUROPE 3.0  
HI368 MOD CENTRAL & E. EUR,1896-1989 3.0  
HI372 US FGN RELATIONS SINCE 1898 3.0  
HI381 HISTORY OF IRREGULAR WARFARE 3.0  
HI383 MIDDLE EASTERN WARFARE 3.0  
HI385 WAR & ITS THEORISTS 3.0  
HI391 WORLD RELIGIONS 3.0  
HI395 HIST OF CIVIL WAR AMERICA 3.0  
HI396 MAKING OF MODERN AMERICA 3.0  
HI397 COLD WAR AMERICA 3.0  
HI398 CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMER HIST 3.0  
HI460 SENIOR FACULTY COURSE 3.0  
HI461 TOPICS IN GENDER HISTORY 3.0  
HI462 THE HISTORY OF INNOVATION 3.0  
HI463 RACE, ETHNICITY, NATION 3.0  
XH405 THE HOLOCAUST AND ITS LEGACY 3.0  
XH415 GENOCIDE AND ETHNIC CLEANSING 3.0  
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Science Depth  
Cadets in this major may take any approved choice to satisfy the Science Depth requirement.
CH102 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 4.0  
CH275 BIOLOGY 4.0  
PH202 PHYSICS II 4.0  
PH206 PHYSICS II 4.0  
PH252 ADVANCED PHYSICS II 4.0  
PH256 ADVANCED PHYSICS II 4.0  
AND
STEM Depth  
Cadets in this major must take CY305/355 to satisfy the STEM Depth requirement.
CY305 CYBER FOUNDATIONS 3.0  
CY355 CYBER FOUNDATIONS - COMPUTING 3.0  
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Curriculum Requirements  
This section describes how cadets in this major satisfy various curriculum requirements.
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IT/CYBER Requirement  
Cadets in this major will satisfy the IT/CYBER requirement by successfully completing the IT/CYBER content in the core curriculum and CY305/355.
CY305 CYBER FOUNDATIONS 3.0  
CY355 CYBER FOUNDATIONS - COMPUTING 3.0  
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Core Engineering Sequence  
Cadets in this major can choose any approved three-course Core Engineering Sequence.
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Writing-in-the-Major  
Cadets in this major will satisfy the Writing Across the Disciplines requirement by successfully completing the writing requirements in the core curriculum and several history courses including HI498.
HI498 COLLOQUIUM IN HISTORY 3.0  





2025 History Major: International w/ Thesis Curriculum


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HNT2T History: International w/ Thesis History Major: International w/ Thesis History: International w/ Thesis 1 0

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Subject Area Description Credit Hour
Required Course Choose 1 of 1
HI499 SENIOR THESIS 3.0  





2025 History Major: International w/ Thesis (Honors) Curriculum


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HNT2H History: International w/ Thesis (Honors) History Major: International w/ Thesis (Honors) History: International w/ Thesis (Honors) 1 1

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Subject Area Description Credit Hour
Elective  
Take one additional elective from the History Department catalogue. For cadets in the honors program at least one of their electives must be at the 400 level (HI4XX). This 400 level elective is in addition to HI498 and HI499.
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Required Course Choose 1 of 1
HI499 SENIOR THESIS 3.0  
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Grade Requirement  
Complete the requirements of the major as shown above, and attain an APSC of at least 3.0 in the core curriculum and an APSC of at least 3.5 in the major. Earn an A- in HI499.