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Integrated Learning Component for History Majors

The History ILC is a system of three tracks for the integrated learning component of the new curriculum. Our students would take three courses from any one track, as below, and also have the option of building their own, under their advisor’s guidance. Courses taken as part of the History Department's ILC must be within the College of Arts of Sciences, and may count toward a minor or a second major; they may not, however, count for the History major or for variable courses being counted elsewhere in the GEP. Other ILCs may be accepted, subject to departmental approval.

1) Arts and Letters Track, which consists of any three courses in any of the following majors:

Ancient Studies

Classics

English

Fine and Performing Arts

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Philosophy

Theology

2) Social Sciences Track, which consists of any three courses in any of the following majors:

Criminal Justice

Economics

Education

Political Science

Sociology

3) Multi-Disciplinary, which consists of any three (non-history) courses in any of the following programs:

Africana Studies

American Studies

Asian Studies

European Studies

Faith Justice Studies

Gender Studies

International Relations

Latin American Studies

Medieval/Renaissance/Reformation Studies