History students from at Kansas State University earning double majors may satisfy the requirements with 30 credit hours in history. The remaining 6 credit hours will be waived by the completion of an additional major.
The distribution requirements are the same as for the standard history major with one exception: Requirement III is changed to read ”upper-division courses (500-level and above): 15 credit hours.
Students majoring in history may also prepare for teacher licensure in Secondary Education-Social Sciences (EDSST) Teacher Licensure program.
They must meet the same requirements as students earning double majors (30 credit hours in history with the modified requirements above). They should select their courses in consultation with advisors in both the history department and the College of Education to ensure that they meet the requirements of both programs. See the Department of Curriculum and Instruction for social science licensure requirements.
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