Honors Program Students
Fordham students enrolled in the Honors Program have to fulfill 10 History courses to graduate with a major in History:
For Rose Hill students, these include:
• 4 History courses taken as part of the Honors Program (Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern/Modern Europe).
The remaining six courses will include 5 electives (one of which must be Global and one must be American) and one Departmental Seminar. Students may substitute up to two AP or Study Abroad Credits. The Honors Program Thesis may be counted as a History Elective if done in conjunction with a History Department faculty member.
For Lincoln Center students, these include two history courses taken in the honors program:
• The honors seminar in History, and
• The course on issues related to urbanization taught by a historian.
In addition, Lincoln Center Honors students will have to take seven electives and the Departmental seminar.
The electives should satisfy the major's distribution requirement:
• One 3000-level Medieval History course.
• One 3000-level European History course.
• One 3000-level American History Course.
• One 3000-level African, Asian, Latin American or Middle East History course.
• Three 3000-level History electives of the student's choice.
Students may substitute up to two AP or Study Abroad Credits. The AP score ought to be 4 or 5. The Honors Program Thesis may be counted as a History Elective if done in conjunction with a History Department faculty member.