Minor
History and Political Science Department
<p>The History minor equips students to analyze and interpret events of the past with the goal of building a better future. It offers a strong grounding in political and cultural history in the United States and the world. The minor&nbsp;is distinctive for its focus on the role of women, as well as issues of justice and peace throughout human history. It offers unique perspectives on historical problems of war, revolution, genocide, racism, religious intolerance, and violence against women, and provides experiential learning opportunities to explore the contemporary implications of these issues.</p>
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Program Location

The History minor at NDMU offers flexibility to choose the courses that interest you and complement your studies in consultation with the department chair.

Curriculum

One of the following courses is required:

HIS-101 Dynamics of History
HIS-228 World History Since 1500
HIS-456 Junior/Senior Seminar in History

The rest of the courses needed to complete the 18-credit history minor are chosen with guidance from the department chair.

What to Expect Studying at Notre Dame of Maryland University

Small classes, lectures and seminars explore humanity and its institutions in the past, the present and the future.

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