Best Compliment to History?
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June 17, 2019 / By Deana Question:
I'm looking for a minor to go with my History major, and I'm having a bit of trouble. I ultimately want to focus on the rise of Mass Politics in the mid to late 19th and early 20th centuries. You know, things like the Progressive, Socialism, Feminism and Democratic movements. Things like the Paris Commune and suffrage movements really appeal to me.
The problem is that I don't know what minor would best compliment this area. Literature? Art History? Sociology? I'm a little reluctant to do Political Science, but if someone can argue a convincing case for it, I'm all ears. Any other subject I didn't mention is welcome, I value a diversity of opinion!
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Bridget | 4 days ago
I'm missing something. Why do you need a minor at all?
Frankly, minors are best when they are used to study something unrelated to your major. The kinds of things you mention form natural ancillary studies to history, so by all means take whatever courses you want in them, but it doesn't really add anything to your transcript to say that you majored in history and minored in sociology or whatever. They're just too closely related. If you're going to do a minor at all, do it in marketing or music or physics or something completely different.
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I have a history major, social science major, and a library science major as well as a education minor. Later I picked up an education masters degree and a library science masters degree. To become a librarian, I needed 90 credits of liberal arts and it was suggested that I specialize. So social science had me get sociology, political science, economics, physical geography, and history.
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I'd say philosophy, psychology, or sociology.
Philosophy: It develops very strong critical thinking skills, and helps you write, think and argue clearly. It also has a lot of value in itself besides where you want to go with your career.
Psychology: Understanding how the human mind works could really help you be a better historian, and give you good insight into the minds of historical figures.
Sociology: This could be useful because it relates fairly directly with what you want to study. Insight on how groups form and function would be important for those topics.
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I'm considering majoring in Political Science and minoring in History.
I think if you are going to be focusing on politics Poly-Sci would be a great minor.
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