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Advising and Courses

To support you in meeting your academic and professional goals, we've provided some basic information, such as plans of study, course listings, course rotations, frequently asked questions, and academic advising materials to keep you on track.

Meet with your assigned advisor often. They can provide you with valuable insight into the career you have chosen, let you know of opportunities outside the classroom, and further guide you in accomplishing your goals.

Still have questions? 

Check out our degree programs and/or contact the department at hap@ung.edu.

Academic Advising Materials

Plans of Study

Associate of Arts

Discipline Plans of Study
Core Curriculum (with pathway courses in History) Entering Fall 2013 and after (exel file)
Core Curriculum (with pathway courses in Anthropology) Entering Fall 2013 and after (excel file)
Core Curriculum (with pathway courses in Philosophy) Entering Fall 2013 and after (excel file)

Bachelor of Arts

Discipline Plans of Study
History

Entering Fall 2013 and after (pdf file)

Entered before Fall 2013 (pdf file)

History w/Teaching Certification

Entering Fall 2013 and after (pdf file)

Entered before Fall 2013 (pdf file)

Course Rotations

2-Year Schedule (updated 2016)

Subject Fall Spring Summer

Anthropology

  • ANTH 1102
  • ANTH 2020
  • ANTH 2030
  • One to two 3000 level ANTH courses
  • ANTH 1102
  • ANTH 2010 or ANTH 2020
  • ANTH 2030
  • One to two 3000 or 4000 level ANTH course(s)
  • ANTH 1102

History

  • HIST 1111
  • HIST 1112
  • HIST 2000
  • HIST 2111
  • HIST 2111 Honors or HIST 2002 Honors
  • HIST 2112
  • HIST 2724 or HIST 2410
  • One 2000 level HIST course
  • Four to six 3000 level HIST courses
  • Four to six 4000 level HIST courses
  • HIST 4900, HIST 4901, HIST 4902
  • HIST 6000
  • Four to six 6000 level HIST courses
  • HIST 7500
  • HIST 1111
  • HIST 1112
  • HIST 1112 Honors
  • HIST 2000
  • HIST 2111
  • HIST 2112
  • HIST 2860
  • Two to three 2000 level HIST course(s)
  • Four to six 3000 level HIST courses
  • Four to six 4000 level HIST courses
  • HIST 4900, HIST 4901, HIST 4902
  • Four to six 6000 level HIST courses
  • HIST 7001, HIST 7002, HIST 7003, or HIST 7004
  • HIST 7700
  • HIST 1111
  • HIST 1112
  • HIST 2111
  • HIST 2112
  • HIST 3185/6185 (online)
  •  HIST 4900, HIST 4901, HIST 4902
  • Two to six 3000 leve HIST courses
  • Two to six 4000 level HIST courses
  • Two to Six 6000 level HIST courses

Philosophy

  • PHIL 2200
  • PHIL 2500
  • One to two 3000 level PHIL course(s)
  • One to two 4000 level PHIL course(s)
  • PHIL 2010
  • PHIL 2200, sometimes PHIL 2200 Honors
  • PHIL 2500
  • One to two 3000 or 4000 level PHIL course(s)
  • PHIL 2200

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a foreign language?

Why study a language? Language learning opens new and exciting opportunities for study, comprehension, and understanding. The greater your proficiency in another language, the more you can learn about other peoples, their history, and culture.

Language becomes a tool of extraordinary versatility for the historian. Being able to communicate in another language means being able to understand more fully the nature of the society in which you are working and more readily access and more accurately assess historical resources and artifacts. The independence to work in multiple languages is an enormously valuable asset for every student of history.

Can I test out of a course?

Yes, you can test out of many courses, however, before you sign up for an exam, please consult with your academic advisor to make sure it is the best course of action for your plan of study and so you know what are the benefits and any potential ramifications.

For more on the exams and types of courses, please see visit the UNG Testing Center.

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