100-level History courses fulfill the Historical Perspectives General Education requirement. If you are thinking about a history major or minor, they are a great way to get your "feet wet" in the study of History.
200-level History courses are the foundational surveys in US, regional, and global History. They also include the introductory surveys for methodological approaches in the discipline. In these courses, History majors, minors, and other interested students take a general tour of the content and ways of doing history...
300-level courses engage History majors and minors as well as other interested students in a more sustained and sophisticated exploration of specific time periods, regions, and themes. These courses are generally classified into three main areas: US History, European History, and Non-Western History. These courses are a great way to explore a particular region or topic in greater depth. They invite students to dive in and get "neck deep" in the questions, debates, and interpretations of specific fields....
IT DEPENDS...... Depending on the area focused upon in the course, these courses will apply to one of the three above categories
400-level courses mark the culminations of an undergraduate career as a History major. They are focused on specific topics, regions, and time periods and involve a major research paper as the final product of a semester's effort.
These courses acquaint aspiring Social Studies teachers in the best methods of Social Studies education….