The UA Little Rock Department of history offers three minors which allow students to explore geography, history, or race and ethnicity:
Our geography minor features an introduction to physical geography and a focus on cultural geography. Students may also select courses from a variety of electives. For more information, contact the History Department at 501-916-3236 or email David Lee Baylis, coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The minor in history allows students to learn about the world’s significant civilizations from their beginnings to approximately AD 1600. The course also features U.S. History to 1877. Topics include European colonial empires; the American Revolution; the Constitution of 1787; evolution of a national government and more. Students must also select from a variety of electives.
Race and Ethnicity
The UA Little Rock History Department in conjunction with the UA Little Rock Institute on Race and Ethnicity offers a minor in race and ethnicity. The required courses are Introduction to Race and Ethnicity, and History of Race and Ethnicity in the United States. Students must also select from a variety of elective courses related to anthropology, sociology, English, music, history, and other areas.