University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - History - Undergraduate Program
Undergraduate Program

GENERAL INFORMATION

For entry, continuation and graduation requirements for the General Degree, Advanced Degree and Honours Degree, see Faculty of Arts (Section 3): Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs in the Academic Calendar.

History Undergraduate Programs:

General Major
Advanced Major
Minor
Honours Single
Honours Double

History Graduate Programs:

Master of Arts (M.A.)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

The department includes faculty members with advanced degrees from leading universities in Canada, Great Britain, the United States, and Europe. They teach an average of fifty undergraduate courses each year, as well as offering seminars at the graduate level and supervising thesis research.

The History Department offers courses in the following areas:

Africa and the Middle East
The Americas (the United States and Latin America)
Asia
Canada
Europe
Medieval
Modern World
Methodology
General (Introductory courses and Methodology)

The faculty includes specialists in virtually every type of  historical study: intellectual, cultural, political, economic and business, Aboriginal, women's, diplomatic, global, comparative, and World history, as well as archival studies and computer applications.

COURSE NUMBERS:

1000 courses are Introductory
2000 courses are General
3000 courses are Specialized
4000 courses are Honours
AREAS OF STUDY:
(A) The Americas
(B) Asian
(C) Canadian
(D) Ancient & Medieval
(E) European
(G) General
(M) Modern World
(R) African