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B.A. History Military Science-Army

ABOUT THE BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY-MILITARY SCIENCE (ARMY)

A degree in History provides students with a critical intellectual framework to assess and understand human affairs. The degree is made up of 120 credit hours that include classes in History, Geography, Political Science and Military Science among others. This degree program is open to students who have been accepted into NSU Army ROTC battalion.

WHAT TO EXPECT AS A history STUDENT

Expect to begin developing how to be a creative and flexible problem solver who can make sound judgments and communicate your ideas effectively. Your courses will provide you with the knowledge and understanding of how the major civilizations have shaped human behavior over time and space. You should have a working knowledge and an appreciation of the world's cultural diversity. This program is tailored to produce knowledgeable military leaders prepared for today's military environment.

DEGREE AT A GLANCE

Average Class Size: 30
Classes are offered online, evenings, and afternoons.

Curriculum

For the History-Military Science (Army) Sequence, 36 hours in history are required, of which 21 must be at the 300 or 400 level, with a minimum of 6 credit hours of non-Western history. Twenty-six credit hours in Military Science are required. Juniors may receive 4 semester hours credit for leadership development assessment course, but these credits will not be a part of scheduling.

FIRST YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
SEM 101 & 102 Spartan Seminar 1 1 2
BIO 100 Biological Science 3 - 3
BIO 100L Biological Science Lab 1 - 1
ENG 101 & 102 Communication Skills Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
HED 100 Personal and Community Health - 2 2
HIS 102 & 103 Survey of US History, Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
MTH 103 Mathematics in General Education - 3 3
MS 101 & 102 Leadership/Management 2 2 4
MSL 101D or 102 D Basic Drill and Ceremonies 1 - 1
SCI 101 Physical Science - 3 3
  14 17 31

 

SECOND YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
SEM 201 Spartan Seminar 1 - 1
HIS 205 Introduction to History (FO) 3 - 3
Foreign Language 111 & 112 3 3 6
HIS 100 & 101 History of World Societies Parts 1 & 2 3 3 6
MSL 201 & 202 Applied Leadership/Management 2 2 4
MSL 201D or 202D Drill and Ceremonies - 1 1
ENG 286 Advanced Composition or ENG 203 or ENG 303 3 - 3
POS 100 American Government - 3 3
CSC 200 Advanced Computer Concepts - 3 3
  15 15 30

 

THIRD YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
HIS 305 3 Rs of History (SO) - 3 3
HIS 380 American Military History 3 - 3
History Electives (300-400 level) 3 3 6
GEO 130 Principles of Geography 3 - 3
MSL 301 & 302 Advanced Leadership Management 3 3 6
SCM 285 Principles of Speech - 3 3
ENG 207 World Literature 3 - 3
HIS 335 or 336 African American History - 3 3
  15 15 30

 

FOURTH YEAR 1ST SEM. 2ND SEM. TOTAL
Geography Elective (300-400 level) - 3 3
HIS 497 Introduction to Historical Research (FO) 3 - 3
HIS 370 or 371 African History and Culture - 3 3
POS 360 International Politics 3 - 3
HIS 439 Recent American History, 1932 to the Present (SO) - 3 3
History Electives 3 3 6
MSL 401 & 402 Theory/Dynamics of Military Team 3 3 6
MSL 401D, 402D Drill and Ceremonies 1 1 2
  13 15 29
(FO) = Taught during Fall Semester only
(SO) = Taught during Spring Semester only
    120

 

Version Date: April 2014