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History Minor

Hours - 15 Credit Hours
Effective Sep. 2022
Last Revision 9/16/2022
Holokai Category: Arts & Humanities
Sponsoring Program: History
Faculty Unit Assignment: Faculty of Culture, Language & Performing Arts

Program Requirements

Required — 15 Credits

*At least 9 credits must be upper division (numbered 250 and above).

Course Number Title Semester Offered Credit Hours Prerequisites
GEOG 101 Introductory Geography W 3.0
HIST 120 American History to 1865 (the Americas) F 3.0
HIST 121 American History since 1865 (the Americas) W 3.0
HIST 192 Hawaiian Public and Local History F, W 3.0
HIST 200 The Historian’s Craft F 3.0
HIST 201 History of Civilization to 1500 F, W, S 3.0
HIST 202 History of Civilization since 1500 F, W, S 3.0
HIST 250 History of Eastern Oceania (Pacific Islands) W-even 3.0
HIST 252 History of Western Oceania (Pacific Islands) W-odd 3.0
HIST 303 Christianity Variable 3.0
HIST 305 Islam Variable 3.0
HIST 306 Confucianism Variable 3.0
HIST 309 Medieval Europe (Europe) W 3.0
HIST 318 History of Writing and Symbols F, W 3.0
HIST 322 History of the Early Modern Age (Europe) W 3.0
HIST 324 Modern Europe (Europe) S-odd 3.0
HIST 331 Historians in the Library F-even 3.0
HIST 333 Critiquing History W 3.0
HIST 344 Modern China (Asia) F 3.0
HIST 346 Modern Northeast Asia (Asia) W-even 3.0
HIST 362 History of the Pacific (Pacific Islands) S 3.0
HIST 365 Hawaiian History I - Pre-Western Contact to Kamehameha V (Pacific Islands) F 3.0
HIST 366 Hawaiian History II -Elected Monarchs, Overthrow, Restoration (Pacific Islands) W 3.0
HIST 367 Cultural History of Surfing (Pacific Islands) S 3.0
HIST 390R Special Topics in History F, W, S 3.0
HIST 399R Internship in History F, W, S 1.0 - 3.0
HIST 423 Modern Nationalism and Globalization W 3.0
HIST 460 Historical Linguistics F, W 3.0
HIST 485 Junior Tutorial in History W 3.0 HIST 200
HIST 495R Independent Study Variable 1.0 - 3.0 Permission of instructor

Additional Program Requirements

All passing grades will be accepted in fulfilling minor or certificate requirements.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completing a major in history, students will:

  1. Communicate effectively about the past through written and oral presentations.
  2. Analyze arguments and perspectives of others.
  3. Develop information literacy skills for evaluating historical and library sources.
  4. Discover the value of kuleana (stewardship) in global citizenship through the understanding of world history and apply those values in their own lives, careers, and in giving service.