Studying History at Regis
The history program at Regis helps students develop the ability to read critically, think logically, and write effectively. Students acquire the skills, knowledge, and understandings that prepare them for variety of careers and for lives as citizen leaders in diverse societies.
The abilities to describe, understand, and communicate effectively are skills in demand not only by graduate and professional schools but also by employers in business, industry, and government. The study of history develops your ability to read critically, think logically, and write effectively. In addition, by studying human interaction in the past we gain insight into the present and the future. Understanding history helps us to better evaluate current problems at home and abroad and to develop solutions to those challenges.
Regis College students must complete the Core Studies requirements in addition to their major requirements. Core Studies consists of:
- Core Foundation: 6 credits, or two courses taken over the fall and spring of freshmen year
- Distributive Core: 40-46 credits that represent a variety of offerings in disciplines that provide the underpinning of a solid liberal education
- Integrative Core: 12 credits, or four upper division courses taken in the junior and senior year
More information about Regis College Core Studies can be found here.
Listed below are the degree requirements for completion of the B.A. in History.
Please note that recent course requirement updates might not be listed and you should contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 303.458.4126.
|Lower Division Requirements (12 credit hours)
Twelve lower division semester hours of History courses with at least three fields (Asia, Europe, Middle East, United States, World) and two time periods covered (before 1600 and after 1600). One three-semester-hour course constitutes minimum representation.
|Upper Division Requirements (27 credit hours)
||Reading Seminar in History (3 ch)
||Research Seminar in History (3 ch)
||Internship in History (3 ch)
|Plus 18 upper division semester hours of History courses with at least two fields (Asia, Europe, Middle East, United States, World) represented. One three-semester-hour course constitutes minimum representation.
||TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 39 credit hours