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DEGREE: BACHELOR OF ARTS MAJOR: HISTORY
University and College requirements (click here for list from UD Catalog)
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (30 credits in history minimum; 45 credits maximum)
History majors should take HIST 268 in their sophomore year. If
the history major is declared after the sophomore year, HIST 268 should
be taken as soon as possible. In all cases, HIST 268 must be taken before enrollment in a 400-level history seminar.
For students matriculating after Fall 2017, the HIST 400 CAPSTONE seminar is required.
courses are completed, sufficient elective credits must be taken to meet
the minimum credit requirement for the degree.
CREDITS TO TOTAL A MINIMUM OF