Ohio State at Lima
History Major Program Worksheet

I.        Required Prerequisites (Student must complete one 2-quarter sequence)

         __ History 111                   __ History 112
         __ History 121                   __ History 122
         __ History 131/141            __ History 132/142
         __ History 151                   __ History 152
         __ History H151                __ History H152
         __ History 181                   __ History 182  

II.     Required Major Courses (10 hours)

         __  History 398--Introduction to Historical Methods
         __  History 598--Senior Seminar

III.     Major Program

Note the following Geographical Groups and Areas:
Group A: (1) Africa, (2) East Asia, (3) Latin America, (4) Near East, Middle East and South Asia
Group B: (5) Europe, (6) North America

    A.   Primary Geographical Area (20 hours minimum):

          Option #1: North America (Group B, Area 6)

                           1. ___________________________

                           2. ___________________________

                           3. ___________________________

                           4. ___________________________

Eligible Courses: (*indicates courses eligible for either Group A or B requirements):
*307--History of World War II (A2,B5,B6, post-1750)
*308--The Vietnam War (A2,B5,B6, post-1750)
310--Ohio History (B6, post-1750)
*323.01--History of Afro-Americans in the Age of Slavery (A1,B6, pre- & post-1750)
323.02--History of Afro-Americans from Emancipation to the Present (B6, post-1750)
*527--History of the Family (A1,B5,B6, post-1750)
557.01--American Revolution and New Nation, 1763-1800 (B6, post-1750)
557.02--Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy, 1800-1845 (B6, post-1750)
557.03--Civil War and Reconstruction (B6, post-1750)
582.01--American Military Policy, 1607-1914 (B6, post-1750)
582.02--American Military Policy, 1914 to the Present (B6, post-1750)
*588--Slavery in Comparative Context (A1,B5,B6, pre- & post-1750)
*597--Critical Issues of the 20th-Century World (Only if not counted as part of student's GEC requirements.)  (A1,A2,A3,A4,B5,B6, post-1750)
598--Senior Seminar (May be either group A or B, Pre- or Post-1750, depending upon subject matter.)

        Option #2: Europe (Group B, Area 5)

             1. ___________________________

                           2. ___________________________

                           3. ___________________________

                           4. ___________________________

Eligible Courses: (*indicates courses eligible for either Group A or B requirements):
*307--History of World War II (A2,B5,B6, post-1750)
331--The Holocaust (B5, post-1750)
518.01--Germany in the 19th Century (B5, post-1750)
518.02--Germany in the 20th Century (B5, post-1750)
*597--Critical Issues in the 20th-Century World (only if not counted as part of student's GEC requirements.)
      (A1,A2,A3,A4,B5,B6, post-1750)
598--Senior Seminar (May be either group A or B, Pre- or Post-1750, depending upon subject matter.)

    B. Courses from Other Geographical Areas -- minimum of 15 hours

        Minimum of 10 hours from geographical areas in Group A (Africa, East Asia, Latin America, Middle East & South Asia):

                           1. ___________________________

                           2. ____________________________

        Minimum of 5 hours in any area other than Primary Geographic Area

                           1. ___________________________

Group A Courses: (*indicates courses eligible for either Group A or B requirements):
**307--History of World War II (A2,B5,B6, post-1750
*308--The Vietnam War (A2,B5,B6, post-1750)
323.01--History of Afro-Americans in the Age of Slavery (A1,B6, pre- & post-1750)
340--Islam, Politics, & Society in History (A4, pre- & post-1750)*588--Slavery in Comparative Context (A1,B5,B6, pre- & post-1750)
548.02--Modern Japan (A2, post-1750)552--History of South Africa (A1, post-1750)
598--Senior Seminar (May be either group A or B, Pre- or Post-1750, depending upon subject matter.)

    C.   Chronological Requirement

1. 10 hours of Pre-1750

a. ___________________________

b. ___________________________

Eligible Courses:
323.01--History of Afro-Americans in the Age of Slavery (A1,B6, pre- & post-1750)
340--Islam, Politics, and Society in History (A4, pre- & post-1750)
556--Anglo-American History, 1607-1763 (B6, pre- & post-1750)
588--Slavery in Comparative Context (A1,B5,B6, pre- & post-1750)
598--Senior Seminar (May be either group A or B, Pre- or Post-1750, depending upon subject matter.)

2. 10 hours of Post-1750

                           a.  ___________________________

                           b. ___________________________

IV. Additional Options and Limitations

    A. With the Major Adviser's approval, up to 10 hours of courses from other Departments may be designated as part of the Major Program in History.
        The following courses may be applied to a student's Major Program with the Advisor's approval:
            Classics 224:   Classical Greece
            Classics 225:   Classical Rome
            Political Science 501:   The American Presidence
            Theatre 271:   Great Ages of the Theatre

    B. No more than 5 hours of 593 may be counted towards the Major Program.

    C. Courses counted as part of the student's College GEC requirements may not be used as part of the major program with the exception of History 598 which meets requirement I. C. of the GEC.

    D. Although a grade of C- will be permitted in courses comprising the major program, the minimum overall cumulative grade point average of the major must be 2.0. (A minimum grade of C is required for History 398 only.)

    E. Courses taken Pass/Non-Pass may not be applied to the major.

01/31/2006