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History

History/Social Studies Teaching Major

This major satisfies the Washington State endorsements for History and Social Studies. This major is designed for students in the secondary teacher training program. Students taking this major are required to complete the professional education program requirements offered through the Education Department.


Required Courses (Credits)
Select from the following: (20)
     *HIST 101, 102, 103, World Civilization
     HIST 143, 144, United States History

HIST 301, Pacific Northwest History (5)
HIST 302, Introduction to History (5)
**HIST 421, Methods and Materials in the Social Studies, Secondary (5)
HIST 481, Understanding History (4)


Select from the following: (15)
     Upper Division U.S. History, (5)
     Upper Division European History, (5)
     Upper Division African, Asian, Middle Eastern or Latin American History, (5)

POSC 210, American Politics (5)

Select from the following: (5)
     ECON 101, Economic Issues, 5
     ECON 102, World Economic Issues, 5
     ECON 201, Principles of Economics Micro, 5
     ECON 202, Principles of Economics Macro, 5

Select from the following: (5)
     ANTH 107, General Anthropology, 5
     SOC 101, Social Problems, 5
     SOC 107, Principles of Sociology, 5

Select from the following: (5)
     GEOG 101, World Regional Geography, 5
     GEOG 107, Physical Geography, 5
     GEOG 304, Economic Geography, 5
     GEOG 308, Cultural Geography, 5
     GEOG 346, Political Geography, 5

Select from the following: (3-5)
     GEOG 273, Geography of Rivers, 5
     GEOG 315, Geography of Oceania, 4
     GEOG 352, Geography of North America, 4
     GEOG 355, Geography of the Pacific Northwest, 4
     GEOG 366, Geography of the Middle East, 4
     GEOG 368, Geography of Middle America, 4
     GEOG 370, Geography of South America, 4
     GEOG 371, Geography of Europe, 4
     GEOG 372, Geography of Russia, 4
     GEOG 375, Geography of Asia, 4

TOTAL: 77-79

*Western Civilization may be substituted.
**Prior completion of EFC 340 recommended. Students must be admitted to the Teacher Education program prior to enrolling in this course.