Main program requirements
Students will complete 40 courses (three credit hours per course).
As well as,
Note: Students must ensure the
Grenfell Campus core requirement are met.
Advice for Academic Success in Historical Studies (PDF)
Guidelines for Students Majoring in the Historical Studies Program (PDF)
Early Western History
- History/Classics 2035, 2040, 3090
- History 2100, 2200, 2300, 2320, 2330, 3050, 3110, 3135, 3320, 3445, 3550, 3760
- History/Anthropology 3520
- History/Art History 2700, 3700, 3701
Later Western History
- History 2120, 2210, 2310, 2500, 2510, 2540, 3060, 3120, 3250, 3440, 3460, 3490, 3550, 3770
- History/Anthropology H3525
- History/Art History 2701
- History/Economics 3630
Note: HIST 3550 cannot be used to satisfy both Early and Later Western history.
The historical studies degree at Grenfell culminates with HIST 4950, an
independent project. In this course, the student brings together all of his or her learning to write an essay on any topic of his or her choice, providing that a faculty member is available to supervise it. The independent project allows the student to delve into areas of history that interests or excites him or her that perhaps were only touched on - or not covered at all - in other courses.
Minor in historical studies
Students completing a
minor in historical studies will complete eight courses (three credit hours per course) including:
History 1100 and History 1101
History 3840 (Historical Methods)
One course (three credit hours) at the 3000 level in History
One course (three credit hours) at the 4000 level in History
Three additional courses (nine credit hours) in History
Minor in art history
Students may now wish to take a
minor in art history at Grenfell Campus. Below are the requirements for a minor in Art History: