History of Race, Gender, and Society, Certificate

(Code 380-628)

This certificate is designed for undergraduate students with an interest in history that have chosen a major other than History.  It is particularly geared toward students for whom a deeper understanding of the history of race, gender and society will complement and enhance their major area of study and/or future careers (for example, Sociology, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Social Work, Education, and Criminal Justice).

One of the following courses is required:
American Women's History
African American History 1865 to Present
Hmong and America
American Indian History
The remaining 9 credits may be chosen from the following courses with at least 6 credits from the 300 or 400 level:
United States History to 1877
United States History Since 1877
American Women's History
African American History 1865 to Present
Hmong and America
American Indian History
The Nazis and Germany, 1914-1945
Gender, Sex, and Science in European History
Studies in the History of Race in the U.S.
African American Civil Rights Movement, 1914-Present
Civil Rights and American Memory
Studies in American Indian History
Wisconsin Indian History
History of the Family in America
American Women's History to 1870
Comparative Genocide
Imperialism Since 1800
Modern Africa
The History of Middle Eastern Muslim Women
History of Antisemitism
Studies in the History of Women
Introduction to U.S. Latino History and Culture

Note:  Courses cannot be counted in both the major and the certificate program.