Interdisciplinary minors draw knowledge from more than one field. These programs will compliment nearly any major on campus, and can be especially useful for history students.
If you’re a history major in the non-teaching sequence, you should pick up a minor. This lets you dive into a specific area that may already have its own program. You will have the opportunity to take various courses in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. You may already be close to completing one of the minors listed below. Check their requirements and talk to your advisor.
Some minors are primarily overseen by the history department. Our faculty helps direct the programs and provides advisement support for the following interdisciplinary minors:
There are also several interdisciplinary minors that may serve as additional options. These programs may contain some history courses as choices or requirements: