The History minor is designed for students who are interested in deepening their knowledge of American, Western, and World History in order to support their long-term career goals. Selection of courses will depend on the interest of the student. Students seeking to gain an M.A. in teaching will be particularly well-served by this minor program.
The history minor consists of 18 hours of history courses (HIS prefix) with no more than 2 courses at the 100 level, and at least 2 courses must be 300 level or above.
History Minor: 18 credit hours (6 courses)
No more than 6 credit hours (2 courses) at the 100 level. At least 6 credit hours (2 courses) at the 300 level or above. At least 12 credit hours (4 courses) must be taken at Farmingdale State College. All courses must be in history.*
*(Note: In consultation with their advisor students may apply up to–but no more than–2 of the following courses to the History Minor: ANT 120; ANT 130; ANT 210; ARC 362; ART 123; ART 201; ART 202; AVN 101; AVN 401; BUS 450; CRJ 100; ECO 320; ECO 330; EGL 306; EGL 430; HIS 321, HIS 334, HIS 335, HIS342, HUM 200; HUM 305; IDP 305; IDP 306; MLG 304; MLG305; MLG 306; MLG 308; MLG 315; MTH 315; MUS 108; PHY
119; POL 168; POL 263; POL 267; SOC 200; SOC 245; SOC305; SOC 320; and TST 400–all other courses must carry anHIS prefix).
For more information, feel free to contact the department at 631.420.2739