Program Structure | Department of History

Program Structure

B.A. (Research) in History

Program Structure

The Department of History is committed to the University’s liberal arts curriculum approach, combining flexibility and choice in allowing students to take a number of courses in disciplines other than their chosen majors’ discipline. University guidelines require a student to complete 150 credit hours of coursework over a minimum of 3 years to graduate with an Undergraduate liberal arts degree, of which at least 108 credits must be taken in the Major discipline. The remaining credits will come from courses outside the Majors discipline.
Semester 1
Academic Writing 4
Logic and Scientific Reasoning 4
Core Course 1: Introduction to Archaeology 4
Core Course 2: Does History Matter? 4
CCC 3
Semester 2
Understanding Modernity: A Critical Exploration 4
Core Course 3: Early Historic South Asia 4
Core Course 4: Bronze Age Civilizations 4
University Wide Elective 4
CCC 3
Semester 3
Core Course 5: Early Medieval South Asia 4
Core Course 6: Introducing the Early Modern 4
Core Course 7 4
University Wide Elective 4
CCC 3
Semester 4
Core Course 8: Establishment of British Power in South Asia 4
Core Course 9: Social Change in South Asia 4
Core Course 10 4
University Wide Elective 4
CCC 3
Semester 5
Major Elective Course 1 4
Major Elective Course 2 4
Major Elective Course 3 4
Major Elective Course 4 4
University Wide Elective 4
CCC 3
Semester 6
Major Elective Course 5 4
Major Elective Course 6 4
Major Elective Course 7 4
Major Elective Course 8 4
University Wide Elective 4
CCC 3
Semester 7
Major Elective Course 9 4
Major Elective Course 10 4
University Wide Elective 4
Undergraduate Dissertation (Part 1) 4
Semester 8
Major Elective Course 11 4
Undergraduate Dissertation (Part 2) 8