Three-Year Degree

Bachelor of Arts History Concentration Program

Concordia’s three-year Bachelor of Arts Degree in History is a general liberal arts degree. Students complete the three-year degree to prepare for the job market or to move on to earn another degree or diploma in a related field such as law, education, government, journalism, or business.

 

Three-year History degree requirements:

24-30 credits required, to include:

a) HIS 111 or 112 (3 credits) World History

b) HIS 290 (3 credits) Historical Research Methods

c) one of the following senior-level Canadian History courses: HIS 260, 261, 365 or 366 (3 credits)

d) one of the following senior-level European History courses: HIS 207, 208, 212, 213, 218, 309, 315, 333, or 340 (3 credits)

e) one of the following senior-level Special Theme History courses: HIS 206, 221, 225, 246, 247, 250, 251, 300 (301, 302 or 303), 352, 353, 354, 355, 415 or 416 (3 credits)

f) HIS 410 (3 credits) History Capstone Course

g) A further 6-12 credits of unspecified senior-level History courses. Students with a concentration in History must complete a minimum of 9 credits at the 300 or 400 level (in addition to HIS 410).

 

Admission

Visit Concordia’s admissions page to review the admission requirements for the Bachelor of Arts undergraduate programs.

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