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History provides a critical awareness of the ways that, over time, economic conditions, social classes, political institutions, cultural systems and worldviews have shaped people’s lives. It also explains how the actions of various people, renowned and ordinary, collectively and as individuals, have shaped those historical forces.

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Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with an emphasis in History

Bachelor degree programs are designed to prepare students for employment, or graduate school, in their chosen field.

Typically a bachelor degree program is 120 credits (four years).

Degree Requirements (2014-2015 Catalog)

Candidates must complete the General Education Requirements (GERs) as well as specific program requirements listed below for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Specific requirements for GERs in Social Science are listed below. Students must select one primary and two secondary concentration areas. The degree must include 42 credits of upper-division (300 or above) courses, 24 of which must be completed at UAS.

Students must pass all SSCI and Social Science methods classes and all classes within the Primary and Secondary Concentrations with a C (2.00) or better. The Student Assessment Portfolio (SAP) is required for degree completion. SSCI S200 (Orientation to the Social Sciences) is taken in the sophomore year with presentation of the completed portfolio in the final semester of the student’s senior year. Students must also take one Social Science methods course in addition to any methods course required in their Primary Concentration.

Minimum credit hours120
General Education Requirement35
Computational Skills
Select one from the following (4 credits)
MATHS106Concepts and Contemporary Applications of Mathematics3
MATHS107College Algebra (or higher)4
STATS107Survey of Statistics3
Social Science Orientation
SSCIS200Orientation to the Social Sciences3
Social Science Methods
Select one from the following (3-4 credits):
ANTHS311Methods and Theories in Archaeology3
ANTHS363Ethnohistory3
ANTHS390/HIST S390Archives and Museums Theory and Practice3
ECONS412Econometrics4
HISTS300Historiography and Historical Methods3
SSCIS300Research Methods in the Social Sciences3
SSCIS373Data Analysis in the Social Sciences3
STATS273Elementary Statistics (or higher3
World Language Requirement8
___S__Language courses*8
*8 credits in a 1-year sequence of a single world or Alaska Native language. American Sign Language does not fullfil this requirement.
Primary Concentration Requirements**24-25
Secondary Concentration Requirements**30-31
**Must pass all courses with grade of C (2.00) or better
Social Science Primary Concentrations
Choose one. If a course is taken as a GER, substitution of an equal or higher course level and number of credits in same discipline must be taken to fulfill the primary concentration requirement. Must pass all courses with grade of C (2.00) or better.
Anthropology
Primary Concentration Requirements24
ANTHS202Cultural Anthropology3
ANTHS205Biological Anthropology3
ANTHS__Electives*18
*At least 12 credits must be upper division
Economics
Primary Concentration Requirements25
ECONS201Principles of Economics I: Macroeconomics3
ECONS202Principles of Economics II: Microeconomics3
ECONS412Econometrics4
ECONS__Electives*12
*9 credits must be upper division.
Select one from the following (3 credits)
ECONS321Intermediate Microeconomic Theory3
ECONS324Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory3
 
Government/Political Science
Primary Concentration Requirements24
GOVTS___Electives*18
SSCIS300Research Methods in Social Science3
*At least 12 credits must be upper division
Select one from the following (3 credits)
GOVTS101Introduction to American Government3
GOVTS102Introduction to Political Science3
History
Primary Concentration Requirements24
HISTS492Seminar in History: Selected Topics3
HISTS__Electives*15
*9 credits must be upper division.
select both**
HISTS131U.S. History I3
HISTS132U.S. History II3
or both
HISTS105World History I3
HISTS106World History II3
or both
HISTS227Early Modern Europe 1400-18153
HISTS228Modern Europe 1815-20003
**Courses selected must not be taken as GERs
Psychology
Primary Concentration Requirements24
PSYS101Introduction to Psychology3
PSYS__Any one 200 level psychology course18
PSYS300Research Methods in Social Science3
*12 credits must be upper division.
Sociology24
Primary Emphasis Requirements
SOCS101Introduction to Sociology3
SOCS__Electives*18
SSCIS300Research Methods in Social Science3
*At least 12 credits must be upper division.
Social Science Secondary Concentrations
Choose two disciplines different from your primary concentration area and complete 15-16 credit course sequencing for both. If course taken as a GER, substitution of an equal or higher course level and number of credits in the same discipline must be taken to fulfill the secondary concentration requirement. Must pass all courses with grade of C (2.00) or better.
Anthropology
Secondary Concentration Requirements15
ANTHS202Cultural Anthropology3
ANTHS__Electives*12
*At least 9 credits must be upper division.
Economics
Secondary Concentration Requirements15-16
ECONS201Principles Econ I: Macroeconomics3
ECONS202Principles Econ II: Microeconomics3
ECONS__Electives*9-10
*At least 6 credits must be upper division.
Government/Political Science
Secondary Concentration Requirements15
GOVTS___Electives*15
*At least 6 credits must be upper division
Select one from the following (3 credits)
GOVTS101Introduction to American Government3
GOVTS102Introduction to Political Science3
History
Secondary Concentration Requirements15
select both* 
HISTS131History of the U.S. I3
HISTS132History of the U.S. II3
or both*
HISTS105World History I3
HISTS106World History II3
or both
HISTS227Early Modern Europe 1400-18153
HISTS228Modern Europe 1815-20003
HISTS__Electives**9
*Courses selected must not be taken as GERs.
**Minimum of 6 credits must be upper-division. HIST S133 will not be counted toward this degree
 
Psychology
Secondary Concentration Requirements15
PSYS101Introduction to Psychology3
PSYS__Electives*12
*6 credits must be upper division
Sociology
Secondary Concentration Requirements15
SOCS101Introduction to Sociology3
SOCS__Electives*12
*6 credits must be upper division

Minor in History

Minors are areas of study that students can use to expand the scope of their bachelor degree program (for example a student in a Art major can add a Business minor).

Typically a minor is 15 credits, it cannot be the same emphasis as the main degree program.

Degree Requirements (2014-2015 Catalog)

Minimum Credit Hours18
HISTS492Seminar in History: Selected Topics*3
Select both
HISTS105World History I3
HISTS106World History II3
or both
HISTS131U.S. History I3
HISTS132U.S. History II3
or both
HISTS227Early Modern Europe, 1400-18153
HISTS228Modern Europe, 1815-20003
Select three from the following (9 credits):
HISTS202U.S. Women's History3
HISTS261History of Russia3
HISTS270History of France3
HISTS280History of Women in Europe3
HISTS300Historiography/Historical Methods3
HISTS341History of Alaska3
HISTS362United States History, 1865-19193
HISTS363United States History, 1919-19503
HISTS364United States History, since 19503
HISTS370Modern European Intellectual History3
HISTS380History of Gender & Sexuality in Modern Europe3
HISTS420The Holocaust3
HISTS440The Western Movement3
*May be repeated for course and program credit providing course title and content are different.

UAS is an open enrollment institution, this means that you do not have to be in a UAS degree program to take a class. Anyone can take our classes as long as they meet the course pre-requisites.

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HIST Classes: Spring - 2015


HIST 106
3 CR

Survey of the political, social, economic, and cultural developments that have created the modern global system since the 16th century.

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
37204J01Robin Walz
EG112
Mon, Wed, Fri
9:10a - 10:10a
1/12 - 5/2

Tuition and fees: $537 (additional charges may apply)

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
38665KD1John Radzilowski
DISTWEB
1/12 - 5/2

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $577 (additional charges may apply)

Continuation of HIST 131 from Reconstruction to the present.

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
37205J01David Noon
EG225
Mon, Wed, Fri
1:10p - 2:10p
1/12 - 5/2

Tuition and fees: $537 (additional charges may apply)

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
38697KD1John Radzilowski
DISTWEB
1/12 - 5/2

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $577 (additional charges may apply)

HIST 341
3 CR

The Russian background; acquisition, settlement and development of Alaska as an American territory and the 49th State.

Prerequisite: Six credits of history or permission.

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
39205KD1John Radzilowski
PAUL303
Wednesday
4:30p - 5:50p
1/12 - 5/2
DISTELIVE
Wednesday
4:30p - 5:50p
1/12 - 5/2

Delivered via web with required live online meetings. Students in Ketchikan are invited to attend class on campus. Requires access to email, MSWord and microphone/headset. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information. This course meets the State of Alaska Department of Education and Early Development certification requirement for Alaska Studies.

Tuition and fees: $723 (additional charges may apply)

Investigates the creation of "modern" America from the end of the Civil War through World War I. Specific focus on the collapse of the slave economy, the restoration of white supremacy, the acceleration of industrialism and big business, the conquest of native land and culture, U.S. imperialism in Latin America and the Pacific, new immigration from Europe and Asia, and the emergence of popular reform movements among workers, farmers, women, and African Americans.

Prerequisite: ENGL 111, six credits of history, and upper division standing; or instructor permission.

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
37207J01David Noon
EG225
Monday
5:30p - 8:30p
1/12 - 5/2

Books available from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm, or call 1-800-325-3252, or fax 1-800-499-0143.

Tuition and fees: $648 (additional charges may apply)

Covers the political, military, economic and cultural impact of the First World War, from its origins in the late 19th century to its aftermath in the interwar period. The war's effect on countries and peoples in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia will be explored.

Prerequisite: ENGL 111, six credits of history, and upper division standing; or instructor permission.

CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
39206KD1John Radzilowski
PAUL303
Monday
4:30p - 5:50p
1/12 - 5/2
DISTELIVE
Monday
4:30p - 5:50p
1/12 - 5/2

Delivered via web with required live online meetings. Students in Ketchikan are invited to attend class on campus. Requires access to email, MSWord and microphone/headset. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $723 (additional charges may apply)

 
 

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