A minor in history requires twenty-one units of study in history. Twelve units must be in upper-division courses. Students must include in their program courses in at least two world areas, and one six-unit sequence of course work, either at lower or upper-division. A six-unit sequence may consist of either two courses at the same level in which the content of the second continues chronologically the content of the first or a 300-level course and a 400-level seminar which builds on a theme covered in the 300-level course. Students must complete all courses for the minor with a grade of C (2.0) or better, and may include no more than three (3) units of internship toward the minor.