(40 semester hours)

  • ECON-221 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON-222 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • GEOG-110 World Regions
  • ENST-210 Human Impacts on the Environment
  • HIST-151 History of the West and the World I
  • HIST-152 History of the West and the World II
  • HIST-229 U.S.A.
  • POLS-101 Ideas and Institutions in American Politics
  • POLS-202 State Politics and American Federalism
  • IDIS-205 Societal Structures and Education as a Social Enterprise
  • IDIS-375 Methods and Pedagogies for Secondary Social Studies
  • HIST-359 Seminar in the Teaching of Secondary Social Studies
  • Students pursuing the secondary social studies major must also complete a history major or a minor in economics, geography, or political science. Courses are allowed to overlap between the social studies major and the disciplinary major or minor.

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