History Teaching Major

B.A. degree program

I. General Education Required of Secondary and K-12 Teacher Education Students (see page 170 at http://catalog.lipscomb.edu)
II. Professional Education (see page 170 at http://catalog.lipscomb.edu)
           A. Core Professional Education
           B. Specialized Professional Education

Base Courses in History (HI) Hours
3053  Teaching Resourcs Seminar - F* 1

III. Subject Matter Specialization

Base Courses in History (HI) Hours
1013  World Civilization I - F 3
1023  World Civilization II - SP 3
2213 History of the United States I - F, SP, SU 3
2223 History of the United States II - F, SP, SU 3
3323  Cultural Geography - F 3
4013  Religion and American Culture - F, SP 3
4023  History of Tennessee - SP* 3
 Plus 9 elective hours at or above the 3000 level  

 

Base Courses in Polical Science (PO) Hours
1013  Introduction to Politics - F, SP 3

 


History majors must also complete one or both of the following areas of endorsement:

Government/Political Science and/or Economics

12 Hours including Political Science (PO) Hours
1023  Introduction to American Government - F, SP 3
3033  International Relations - SP* 3
3133  Comparative Governments - F* 3

 

12 Hours in Economics (EC) Hours
2503  Principles of Microeconomics - F, SP, SU 3
2513  Principles of Macroeconomics - F, SP, SU 3
Six hours of electives 3

 

History Teaching majors have a built-in minor in Education and are not required to take another minor.

*Offered in alternate years