History (21 Hours)

  • Choose 3 hours from any EH 300-599
  • Choose 3 hours from any WH 300-599
  • Choose 3 hours from any US 300-599
  • Choose 6 additional hours from any EH, GH, US, or WH 300-599 level or approved departmental UI course
  • Choose an additional 6 hours from any EH, GH, US, WH prefix courses -- any level

Historic Preservation (21 Hours)

Required Courses

  • HP 100 Introduction to Historic Preservation (3)
  • HP 200 Techniques of Local History (3)
  • HP 585 History of American Architecture (3)
  • US 105 American History I (3)
  • US 107 American History II (3)

Choose 6 hours from

(at least 3 hours must be HP prefix course)

  • GH 520 Techniques of Oral Histor (3)y
  • HP 405 Archives and Special Collections (3)
  • HP 410 Museum Studies (3)
  • HP 420 Historic Site Administration (3)
  • HP 450 Problems in Historic Preservation (3)
  • HP 588 Legal and Economic Principles of Historic Preservation (3)
  • HP 589 Historic Preservation Based Economic Revitalization (3)
  • UI 313 African-American Perspective (3)
  • UI 446 Civil Rights Movement (3)
  • US 220 American Folklore (3)
  • US 360 Women in American History (3)
  • US 420 African Americans During Slavery (3)
  • US 525 American Urban History (3)

Latin American Studies (18 hours)

Required Courses

  • SN XXX Spanish Language (3)
  • SN 300 Spanish American Culture (3) OR
  • WH 130 Latin American Civ (3)

Choose 9 hours from

  • AN 360 Mesoamerican Civilizations (3)
  • EH 520 Hist/Spain and Portugal (3)
  • PS 375 Politics in Latin American (3)
  • SN 306 Civilization of Spain (3)
  • WH 520 Colonial Latin American (3)
  • WH 522 History/South American (3)
  • WH 524 History of Mexico (3)
  • XX 300-500 Latin American Literature Course (3)

Anthropology (18 Hours)

Required Courses

  • AN 181 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
  • AN 317 Ethnographic Field Methods (3)

Choose 12 hours

(6 hours must be 300-level or above)

  • AN 100 Foundations of Human Behavior (3)
  • AN 101 Observing Other Cultures (3)
  • AN 180 Intro to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (3)
  • AN 250 World Archaeology (3)
  • AN 319 Archaeology Lab (3)
  • AN 333 Applied Anthropology (3)
  • AN 341 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (3)
  • AN 355 Special Topics in Anthropology (3)
  • AN 360 Mesoamerican Civilizations (3)
  • AN 375 Anthropology of Religion (3)
  • AN 415 Forensic Anthropology (3)
  • AN 493 Anthropology Theory Seminar (3)
  • UI 339 North American Indians (3)

Archaeology (18 Hours)

Required Courses

  • AN 180 Intro to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (3)
  • AN 382 Archaeology: Method and Theory (3)

Choose 12 hours

(6 hours must be 300-level or above)

  • AN 100 Foundations of Human Behavior (3)
  • AN 101 Observing Other Cultures (3)
  • AN 181 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
  • AN 250 World Archaeology (3)
  • AN 313 Archaeology Fieldwork (3)
  • AN 317 Ethnographic Field Methods (3)
  • AN 319 Archaeological Laboratory (3)
  • AN 355 Special Topics in Anthropology (3)
  • AN 360 Mesoamerican Civilizations (3)
  • AN 381 North American Archaeology (3)
  • AN 415 Forensic Anthropology (3)
  • AN 493 Anthropology Theory Seminar (3)
  • AN 551 Historical Archaeology Field School (3)
  • UI 339 North American Indians (3)

Global Studies (18 Hours)

Required Courses

  • UI 450 Capstone Experience (3)

Choose 6 hours From

  • AN 181 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
  • GG 180 Cultural Geography (3)
  • PS 104 Comp Political Systems (3)
  • PS 280 Intro to Global Issues (3)
  • UI 308 Cult and Phys Landscapes (3)
  • EH 103 Modern Eur Civ (3)
  • OR
  • WH 110 Chinese Civilization (3)
  • OR
  • WH 130 Latin American Civ (3)

Choose 3 Hours of Upper Division Electives From an Approved List

Choose 3 Hours of Study Abroad/Internship to Correspond With Foreign Language Elective Below

Choose 3 hours foreign language elective:

  • CN 100 Chinese Language and Culture I (3)
  • CN 102 Chinese II (3)
  • FR 100 French Language and Culture I (3)
  • FR 120 French Language and Culture II (3)
  • FR 200 French Language and Culture III (3)
  • FR 220 French Literature (3)
  • GN 100 German Language and Culture I (3)
  • GN 120 German Language and Culture II (3)
  • GN 200 German Language and Culture III (3)
  • GN 220 German Literature (3)
  • JN 101 Japanese I (3)
  • JN 102 Japanese II (3)
  • SN 100 Spanish Language and Culture I (3)
  • SN 120 Spanish Language and Culture II (3)
  • SN 200 Spanish Language and Culture III (3)
  • SN 220 Hispanic Literature (3)

Contact

(573) 651-2180
jmcgaugh@semo.edu
Art Building 203
Caranahan Hall 311

Department of History and Anthropology
One University Plaza, MS2960
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701