Women’s Studies Courses

Women’s Studies (WST) Courses WST 2000 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES (3 s.h.) Introduction to the impact of gender, the role of values, institutions, and socialization processes in the lives of women in our own and other cultures; contributions of various Read More …

History with Social Studies Teacher Licensure

Student presents during Teach-In event

Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements The Social Studies major with teacher licensure consists of 83-97 s.h., distributed as follows: B.A. Requirement One foreign language through the 2020-level or demonstration of competence. B.S. Requirement Read More …

History

Students present at the annual research symposium

The study of history is one foundation of a liberal arts education. Historical study is not the memorization of long lists of dates, names and places. It is an attempt to comprehend the past on its own terms, to consider Read More …

History Curriculum Requirements

Degrees Awarded Associate of Arts (A.A.), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements The History major consists of 42-50 s.h. distributed as follows: B.A. Requirements Four semesters of language, with at least two semesters of a single Read More …

History & Geography Courses

(GP) indicates that the course satisfies the Global Perspective Elective requirement in the General Education core. GEO 2520 REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3 s.h.) (GP) A study of the regions of the world with emphasis on topography, climate, natural resources, urban and Read More …

Global History

Students present at the annual research symposium

Minor Requirements The Global History minor consists of 18 s.h. distributed as follows: Required History Course HIS 3000 History in Theory and Practice (3 s.h.) History Electives Select 15 s.h. from the following: HIS 2150 Barbarian Invasions (3 s.h.) HIS Read More …

Global Studies

Global Classroom Alliance visits Methodist University from China

The Global Studies major prepares students for graduate studies and/or careers in government service, non-governmental organizations, the military, and other fields that require resourceful engagement with global culture, economics, politics, and business. Global Studies is grounded in history and offers Read More …

Women’s Studies

Cheri Molter, Women's Studies minor, presents at the annual Research and Creativity Symposium

The minor in Women’s Studies serves the university by raising students’ awareness of the impact of gender on their personal, professional, and academic lives; encouraging a culture of openness surrounding issues of gender and gender identity; and providing students with Read More …

Global Studies Curriculum Requirements

Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements The Global Studies major consists of 51-66 s.h. distributed as follows: B.A. requirement Four semesters of language, with at least two semesters of a single language taken in Read More …