Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 70% in 3.0 principal courses with no mark in these principal courses below 60%, and including at least 0.5 course from History 1401E, 1404E, 1601E, 1801E, 1812F/G, 1813F/G or 1814F/G, 1820F/G, 1901E, or the former 1403E).

Module

9.0 courses:

1.0 course from: Canadian History 2201E, 2203E, 2205E.
3.0 courses from History 2301E (U.S.), History 2403E (European), History 2501E (Latin America), History 2650E (East Asia), History 2800F/G (Methods), History 2808F/G (Philosophy of History).

Note: 3.0 of the 4.0 core courses must be taken before year 4.
1.0 additional course in History at the 2200 level or above.
2.0 courses in History at the 3000 level.
2.0 courses in History at the 4000 level.

 This module must satisfy a Geographic Distribution Requirement. This is satisfied by taking:
1.0 course from U.S. History 2300-History 2399, History 3300-History 3399, and History 4300-History 4399;
1.0 course from European History 2400-History 2499, History 3400-History 3499, History 4400-History 4499; and
1.0 course from World History 2500-History 2599, History 2600-History 2699, History 3500- History 3599, History 3600-History 3699, History 4500-History 4599, History 4600-History 4699, History 2800F/G and History 2808F/G.

To progress in the Honors Specialization module in History, 3.0 of the 4.0 mandatory core courses must be completed with an average of at least 70% with no mark less than 60%.

Note: Classical Studies 3400E: Greek and Roman History may be counted as a principal course towards a History module.

Note: 8.0/9.0 History credits must be essay credits.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including at least 0.5 course with a mark of at least 60% from History 1401E, 1404E, 1601E, 1801E, 1812F/G, 1813F/G, 1814F/G, 1820F/G or 1901E, or the former 1403E.

Module

6.0 courses:

1.0 course from: Canadian History 2201E, 2203E, 2205E.
2.0 courses from History 2301E (U.S.), History 2403E (European), History 2501E (Latin America), History 2650E (East Asia), History 2800F/G (Methods), History 2808F/G (Philosophy of History).

Note: 2.0 of the 3.0 core course must be taken before year 4.
1.0 additional course in History at the 2200 level or above. 
2.0 courses in History at the 3000 or 4000 level.

This module must satisfy a Geographic Distribution Requirement. This is satisfied by taking:

1.0 course from U.S. History 2300-History 2399, History 3300-History 3399, and History 4300-History 4399;
1.0 course from European History 2400-History 2499, History 3400-History 3499, History 4400-History 4499;
and
1.0 course from World History 2500-History 2599, History 2600-History 2699, History 3500-History 3599, History 3600-History 3699, History 4500-History 4599, History 4600-History 4699; History 2800F/G and History 2808F/G.

Students considering graduate school or other post-degree programs are strongly urged to take a 4000 level History course.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including at least 0.5 course with a mark of at least 60% from History 1401E, 1404E, 1601E, 1801E, 1812F/G, 1813F/G, 1814F/G, 1820F/G, 1901E, or the former 1403E.

Module

4.0 courses:

1.0 course from: History 2201E, 2203E or 2205E.
2.0 courses from History 2301E (U.S. History), History 2403E (European), History 2501E (Latin America), History 2650E (East Asia), History 2800F/G (Methods), History 2808F/G (Philosophy of History).
1.0 course in History at the 3000 level.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements with no failures. Students must have an average of at least 60% in 3.0 principal courses, including a minimum grade of 60% in 0.5 course in one of the participating disciplines or a 0.5 credit in a 1000-level essay course, and no mark in any other principal course below 60%.

Module

6.0 courses
  • 1.0 course: Human Rights Studies 2800E.
  • 0.5 course from: Human Rights Studies 2900F/G, Human Rights Studies 2908F/G-2909F/G, Human Rights Studies 3908F/G-3909F/G.
  • 1.0 course from: Philosophy 2208E, Philosophy 3560F/G-3562F/G.
  • 0.5 course from: English 2100F/G, English 2164E, English 3261F/G, English 2262F/G, English 2601E, English 3201F/G, English 3799E, English 4060F/G.
  • 0.5 course from: Religious Studies 3451F/G or Social Justice and Peace Studies 3451F/G, Religious Studies 3452F/G, Religious Studies 3360F/G or Social Justice and Peace Studies 3600F/G.
  • 1.0 course(s) from: History 3218E, History 3711F/G, History 3809F/G, History 3860E, History 4220E, History 4502F/G, History 4503F/G, History 4504F/G, History 4860F/G, History 4861F/G.
  • 0.5 course from: Applied or Experiential: History 3901-3903F/G, History 3809F/G, History 4896F/G, History 3710F/G or History 4710F/G, Religious Studies 3251F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G.

Note: Other courses as approved by the Department may be substituted. Please consult the Department for more information.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements. Students must have an average of at least 60% in 3.0 principal courses, including a minimum grade of 60% in 0.5 course in one of the participating disciplines or a 0.5 credit in a 1000-level essay course, and no mark in any other principal course below 60%.

Module

4.0 courses
  • 1.0 course: Human Rights 2800E.
  • 0.5 course from: Human Rights Studies 2900F/G, Human Rights Studies 2908F/G-2909F/G, Human Rights Studies 3908F/G-3909F/G.
  • 2.5 courses from: Philosophy 2208E, Philosophy 3560F/G-3562F/G; Religious Studies 3451F/G or Social Justice and Peace Studies 3451F/G, Religious Studies 3452F/G, Religious Studies 3360F/G or Social Justice and Peace Studies 3600F/G; Social Justice and Peace Studies 2301A/B, Social Justice and Peace Studies 2302A/B, Social Justice and Peace Studies 2303A/B, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3210F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3361F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3365F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3367F/G; English 2100F/G, English 2164E, English 3261F/G, English 2262F/G, English 2601E, English 3201F/G, English 3799E, English 4060F/G; History 3218E, History 3809F/G, History 3860E, History 3901-3903F/G, History 4220E, History 4502F/G, History 4503F/G, History 4504F/G, History 4861F/G, History 4860F/G, History 4896F/G; Sociology 3371F/G; 
  • Political Science 3301F/G, Political Science 3361F/G, Political Science 4407F/G, Political Science 4480E, Political Science 3345E; Women's Studies 2260 or Women's Studies 2270A/B, Women's Studies 2274F/G, Women's Studies 3163F/G, Women's Studies 3312F/G.10F/G, Religious Studies 3251F/G, Social Justice and Peace Studies 3211F/G.

Note: Students who have completed credits in a second-language may count 0.5 credits from those courses towards completion of these requirements

Note: Other courses as approved by the Department may be substituted. Please consult the Department for more information.

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including a course in History with a minimum mark of 60%.

Module

4.0 courses
Note that some courses have prerequisites. Some courses have limited spots and thus require special application or have preference for their own departmental students. Please check with each department to ensure you have all needed prerequisites.

 

2.0 courses: History 2811F/G, History 3813E, History 3809F/G.
1.0 courses from: History 2816A/B or Digital Humanities 2130A/B, History 3801E, History 3901F/G, History 4810F/G.
1.0 courses from: History 2189A/B, History 4213F/G, Visual Arts History 2292F/G, Visual Arts History 3383A/B/Y, Visual Arts History 3386F/G, Visual Arts History 4485E, Visual Arts History 4496A/B/Y, Visual Arts Studio 3383A/B/Y, Visual Arts Studio 4485E, Visual Arts Studio 4496A/B/Y.

See the History Department website for the approved list of other courses from departments such as Anthropology/Archaeology, Classics, Digital Humanities, English and Cultural Studies, Geography, History and Visual Arts, with significant public history content, or another suitable course by special permission.

NOTE: Students may complete an Honors Specialization, or Major in History and also complete a Minor in Public History. No double counting is allowed: that is, courses taken to fulfill the requirements of this module cannot fulfill the requirements of any other modules at the university.
 
Recommended Course Progression in this Module:
Year 1: at least 0.5 course in History, and courses to fulfill university breadth requirements.
Year 2: History 2811F/G.
Year 3: History 3813E and 3809F/G.
Year 4: 1.0 course from B, and 1.0 course from C if not taken earlier.

History Program Learning Outcomes HSP and Major