Mar 02, 2024
The History Option is primarily designed to prepare students to transfer into the junior year of a baccalaureate degree program in history. In addition, students seeking admission into political science or pre-law programs would receive a solid academic foundation upon which to build a successful major.
The objectives of this program are to:
- Demonstrate general knowledge of historical inquiry and research.
- Describe the interconnection between economics, politics, society and culture, and analyze the effects of these influences on historic development.
- Provide examples of the impact of individual and collective action upon historic development.
- Examine the impact of perspective on the interpretation of historic events.
- Communicate clearly in both oral and written form.
- Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Philosophy, Technology, Math and Science General Education Courses
Choose from the list of approved courses in the College catalog.
Humanities General Education Courses (Recommended)
Recommended courses listed below but student can also choose from the list of approved Humanities General Education courses in the College catalog.
Social Science General Education Courses (Recommended)
Recommended courses listed below but student can also choose from the list of approved Social Science General Education courses in the College catalog.
History General Education Courses
Recommended courses listed below but student can also choose from the list of approved History General Education courses in the College catalog. Must choose a level I & II sequence.
Sussex has embraced a practice of directed self-choice whereby students are encouraged, through guided conversations with an advisor, to best determine their readiness for this course. Students should be aware that Developmental Studies exist and are available to help strengthen skills and encourage success. Pursuing testing and/or developmental courses is entirely up to the student. Further, testing, though providing a valuable reference point for reflection, does not create for the student an obligation to follow Accuplacer recommendations.
The exception to this is where students seek enrollment in higher-level math courses. Students wishing to enroll in the following math courses are required to take and adhere to placement guidance from, the Advanced Algebra and Functions test, as part of Accuplacer, through the college’s testing center, for admission into any of the following courses: MATH 110, MATH 112, and MATH 113. Please note, courses in other disciplines may also require advanced mathematics placement. Students should check with their advisor.