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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses History Major Requirements  

Major Requirements



History majors must complete 12 courses in history (36 credits) with a grade of C or better in each course. A minimum of eight courses for the major must be taken at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. All history majors must fulfill the following requirements:

1. At least five courses at the 300 or 400 level

2. At least eight courses at the 200 through 400 level

3. History Workshop, 01:506:299, taken by the end of the sophomore year; transfer students must take 01:506:299 in their first semester at Rutgers

4. A History Seminar, either 01:506:401 or 402, usually taken in the junior year, but can be taken in the senior year

5. Of the 12 history courses, at least two must be in each of the following three areas:

a. Global, African, Asian, Latin American, or Native American history (508 and selected 506 courses)

b. European history (510)

c. United States history (512)

6. At least one course focusing on the period before 1500 C.E.

7. History majors shall not count more than two overlapping courses between history and any other majors or minors.


Ancient History and Classics Option

The ancient history and classics option in the history major requires 15, 3-credit courses (of which at least three must be history department courses and at least three must be classics department courses), apportioned as follows:

1. At least two courses in ancient languages (at least two languages: Latin, Greek, and/or other ancient languages offered at the university, e.g., Sanskrit and Hebrew). One of the courses must be a Greek or Latin course at the 200 level or above. Advanced placement can substitute for either or both of the courses, if at the appropriate level. Suggested intermediate courses are 01:490:207 Classical Greek Prose (3) and 01:580:203 Intermediate Latin Prose (3).

2. Three ancient history or classics survey courses at the 200 level, from among:

 01:190:205  Greek Civilization (3)
 01:190:206  Roman Civilization (3)
 01:508:200  Ancient Near East (3)
 01:510:201  Ancient Greece (3)
 01:510:202/01:190:209  Ancient Rome (3)
 01:510:205  History of the Byzantine Empire (3)
 01:510:207  Byzantine Civilization (3)

In consultation with an adviser, appropriate higher-level courses or courses from other departments may be substituted for any of the 200-level courses mentioned above.

3. Six ancient history or classics lecture courses at the 300 level, from among:

 01:190:310  Augustan Rome (3)
 01:190:320  Women in Antiquity (3)
 01:190:322  Greek Political Philosophy (3)
 01:190:325  Cults, Magic, and Witchcraft (3)
 01:190:350/01:510:350  Greek Society (3)
 01:190:355  Ancient Mythology and Society (3)
 01:190:372  Cities of the Classical World (3)
 01:190:373  Pompeii: The Life and Death of a Roman Town (3)
 01:490:306  From Athens to Alexandria (3)
 01:490:391  Readings in Greek Prose (historical topic/author) (3)
 01:510:301  Early Greece (3)
 01:510:302  Classical Greece (3)
 01:510:303  Hellenistic World (3)
 01:510:304  The Rise of the Roman Republic (3)
 01:510:305  The Crisis of the Roman Republic (3)
 01:510:306/01:190:306  Roman Empire (3)
 01:510:307  The Roman World in Late Antiquity (3)
 01:510:308  Creating Culture and History in the Ancient World (3)
 01:510:403  Ancient Warfare and Diplomacy (3)
 01:580:304  Cicero: Orations (3)
 01:580:325  The History of Livy (3)
 01:580:329  Tacitus (3)

4. One ancient history or classics course at the 300 or 400 level focusing on research and writing such as:

 01:490:391  Readings in Greek Prose (historical readings) (3)
 01:506:401,402  History Seminar (ancient topic) (3,3)
 01:506:471,472  Research in History (ancient topic) (3,3)
 01:510:407  Rome in the Age of Augustus (3)
 01:580:369,370  The Seminar in Latin (historical readings) (3,3), college honors, or departmental project (appropriate topic)

5. Three additional courses in history, classics, Latin, or Greek (in any combination, but no more than two of them at the 100 level)


 
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