History Minor

A minor in History offers the kind of insight that helps professionals manage in a complex and changing world. In addition, history is a great training ground for the critical thinking required in Business.

At Kettering, the minor includes crucial ideas and topics, such as the roots and results of imperialism and the nature of international relations. You’ll choose four courses from a broad array covering national and international concerns. Special topics courses and independent study are also available.

Students who wish to earn a minor in History and have it designated on their transcript must successfully complete four courses (16 credits) as listed below.

Elective Courses (choose 4 courses)

HIST-306

International Relations

HIST-308

America and the World

HIST-310 

Imperialism

HIST-312

History of Science

HIST-314

Human Conflict & Conflict Resolution

HIST-316

History of the Atlantic World

HIST-318

Africa in the 20th Century

HIST-320

Modern Middle East

HIST-391

Topics in History

SSCI-499

Social Science Independent Study (must have history focus)