World History Minor

The 12 SCH Graduate Minor provides training for students interested in the study of global connections and cultures. Students may complete the minor as part of any graduate degree or as a concentration within the History MA/MS Program.  Students who complete the World History Minor/Concentration are also eligible to receive a Graduate Certificate in World History. Coursework must be completed at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a 3.0 GPA on all courses used for this minor/concentration.  For more information or to answer any questions, please contact the program coordinator, Dr Cynthia Ross, at Cynthia.Ross@tamuc.edu or 903-886-5226.

Required (3 semester hours)
HIST 522GLB/World History Theory and Methods3
Choose One (3 semester hours)
HIST 520GLB/Seminar in World/Comparative History3
HIST 524GLB/Readings in World History3
Choose two (6 semester hours)
HIST 520GLB/Seminar in World/Comparative History3
HIST 521Readings in Latin American History3
HIST 524GLB/Readings in World History3
HIST 526Readings in Transatlantic History3
HIST 537Readings in Islamic World History3
HIST 540Seminar in European History3
HIST 572Themes in Gender and Sexuality History3
HIST 573Themes in Revolution History3
HIST 574Themes in Race and Ethnicity History3
HIST 597Special Topic3
*HIST 597 must be approved by program coordinator and depends on current topic
PSCI 503GLB/Proseminar in Comp Pol3
PSCI 504GLB/Sem in Area Studies3
PSCI 505GLB/Topics Comp Pol3
PSCI 507GLB/Selected Topics in IR3
PSCI 508GLB/Seminar in Foreign Policy3
PSCI 522GLB/Holocaust and Genocide3
SPA 550From Multiculturalism to Nationalism: Early Spanish Literature and Culture3
SPA 560GLB/Colonization and Independence in Latin American Literature and Film3
Total Hours12