All undergraduates at the University of Miami must complete three "Cognates" in order to graduate.  History courses count towards the completion of many Cognates in both the "People & Society" and "Arts & Humanities" Areas of Knowledge:

A Cross-Cultural and Historic Examination of Sexuality (People & Society)
HIS 220 "History of European Sexuality"
HIS 375 "Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in Early America"

Africa and the African Diaspora (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 201 "History of Africa I (to 1800)"
HIS 202 "History of Africa, II (since 1800)"
HIS 210 "African-American History, 1877-present"
HIS 310 "Africa in Cuba/Cuba in Africa: Slave Trade to Cuban Internationalist Missions in Africa"
HIS 317 "History of the Caribbean, I"
HIS 371 "Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in American History"

American Studies: Literature, History & Culture (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 101 "History of the United States, I (to 1877)"
HIS 102 "History of the United States, II (since 1877)"
HIS 209 "African-American History to 1877"
HIS 210 "African-American History, 1877-PRESENT"
HIS 261 "Women's America I (Nineteenth Century)"
HIS 262 "Women's America II (Twentieth Century)"
HIS 382 "Ideas and Culture in Early American History"
HIS 383 "Ideas and Culture in Modern United States History"
HIS 397 "History Internship"

Brazilian Studies (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 355 "Modern Brazil"

Community Engagement and Social Change (People & Society)
HIS 373 "The Civil Rights Movement"
HIS 561 "Studies in United States History"
HIS 569 "Studies in African-American History"

Exploring the Caribbean through the Social Sciences (People & Society)
HIS 310 "Africa in Cuba/Cuba in Africa: Slave Trade to Cuban Internationalist Missions in Africa"
HIS 317 "History of the Caribbean, I"
HIS 318 "Modern Caribbean History"
HIS 353 "History of Cuba"
HIS 359 "Caribbean Intellectual History"

French and Francophone Studies: Literature, History, and Culture (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 336 "Modern French History"
HIS 544 "Studies in Modern European History"

Germany: History, Politics, and Culture (People & Society)
HIS 285 "The origins and history of the Third Reich"
HIS 339 "Germany from the Reformation to 1815"
HIS 340 "History of Modern Germany since 1815"

Global Urbanization (People & Society)
HIS 354 "Latin America's Urban Explosion: 1900-2010"
HIS 369 "Introduction to Urban America"
HIS 561 "Studies in United States History"

Health & Medicine in the Social Sciences (People & Society)
HIS 223 "Medicine and Society: From the Ancient World to the 21st Century"

History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine (People & Society)
HIS 223 "Medicine and Society: From the Ancient World to the 21st Century"
HIS 330 "The Scientific Revolution"

History of Early Modern Europe (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 131 "Development of Western Civilization, I"
HIS 327 "The Renaissance in Florence"
HIS 328 "Reformation Europe"
HIS 330 "The Scientific Revolution"
HIS 331 "England to the Accession of the Tudor Dynasty (to 1485)"
HIS 339 "Germany from the Reformation to 1815"
HIS 343 "Ages of Gold and Silver: An Economic and Social History of Europe, 1450-1750"
HIS 352 "The Inquisition"
HIS 391 "The History of Everyday Life"
HIS 538 "Studies in Early Modern European History"

History of Gender and Sexuality (People & Society)
HIS 220 "History of European Sexuality"
HIS 261 "Women's America I (Nineteenth Century)"
HIS 262 "Women's America II (Twentieth Century)"
HIS 312 "Femininity, Masculinity, and Sexual Politics in Indian History"
HIS 374 "History of Feminism"
HIS 375 "Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in Early America"
HIS 384 "U.S. Gay and Lesbian History"

How to Write and Illustrate Books; Becoming an Author and an Illustrator of Visual Essays (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 595 "Studies in Visual History"

Italian Studies: Literature, History, and Culture (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 327 "The Renaissance in Florence"
HIS 329 "Renaissance Humanism"
HIS 330 "The Scientific Revolution"

Latin American Politics and Society (People & Society)
HIS 254 "History of the Cold War in the Americas"
HIS 355 "Modern Brazil"
HIS 360 "Modern Latin America Through Film"

Latin American and Caribbean History (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 161 "History of Latin America, I (to 1824)"
HIS 162 "History of Latin America, II (since 1824)"
HIS 253 "History of Mexico: Guns and Tortillas, or, How Mexico Became Mexican"
HIS 254 "History of the Cold War in the Americas"
HIS 310 "Africa in Cuba/Cuba in Africa: Slave Trade to Cuban Internationalist Missions in Africa"
HIS 317 "History of the Caribbean, I"
HIS 318 "Modern Caribbean History"
HIS 353 "History of Cuba"
HIS 354 "Latin America's Urban Explosion: 1900-2010"
HIS 356 "History of Argentina's Civilization, Barbarism, and Power"
HIS 359 "Caribbean Intellectual History"
HIS 360 "Modern Latin America Through Film"
HIS 551 "Studies in Latin American History"
HIS 553 "Studies in Colonial Latin American History"
HIS 554 "Studies in Modern Latin American History"

Modern European History: French Revolution to the Present (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 132 "Development of Western Civilization, II"
HIS 226 "The World in the Twentieth Century"
HIS 240 "Europe's Great Revolutions: A Comparative Study of the English, French, and Russian Revolutions"
HIS 284 "The Second World War"
HIS 285 "The origins and history of the Third Reich"
HIS 336 "Modern French History"
HIS 340 "History of Modern Germany since 1815"
HIS 342 "Europe between the Versailles Treaty and the Cold War"
HIS 348 "Europe in the Age of Hitler and Stalin"
HIS 349 "European Diplomatic History from Bismarck to the Cold War"
HIS 389 "Nineteenth-Century Europe: Barricades, Borders and Bourgeoisie"
HIS 390 "Europe after Hitler"
HIS 395 "World War I"
HIS 544 "Studies in Modern European History"

Modern Latin America (People & Society)
HIS 254 "History of the Cold War in the Americas"
HIS 355 "Modern Brazil"
HIS 357 "Social History of Latin America"
HIS 358 "Gender and Sexuality in Latin America"
HIS 360 "Modern Latin America Through Film"
HIS 386 "History of U.S. Relations with Latin America"

Modern US History: Civil War to Present (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 102 "History of the United States, II (since 1877)"
HIS 210 "African-American History, 1877-PRESENT"
HIS 261 "Women's America I (Nineteenth Century)"
HIS 262 "Women's America II (Twentieth Century)"
HIS 271 "American Political History Since 1960: Policy, Public History, and Modern Media"
HIS 368 "Nature and the Environment in American History"
HIS 369 "Introduction to Urban America"
HIS 371 "Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in American History"
HIS 372 "The Sixties"
HIS 373 "The Civil Rights Movement"
HIS 376 "American Legal and Constitutional History"
HIS 377 "Sport in American History"
HIS 384 "U.S. Gay and Lesbian History"

Museum Studies: Art, Material Culture, and History (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 382 "Ideas and Culture in Early American History"

Politics and Religion (People & Society)
HIS 328 "Reformation Europe"

Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States (People & Society)
HIS 371 "Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in American History"

Religion in the Americas (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 265 "Witchcraft in Colonial America"
HIS 378 "Early American Religious History (1607-1800)"

Renaissance Art and Culture (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 327 "The Renaissance in Florence"
HIS 328 "Reformation Europe"
HIS 329 "Renaissance Humanism"

Revolutionary Change in History (People & Society)
HIS 246 "Origins and History of the Russian Revolution"
HIS 285 "The origins and history of the Third Reich"
HIS 311 "Gandhi and the making of Modern India"
HIS 328 "Reformation Europe"
HIS 330 "The Scientific Revolution"
HIS 335 "The French Revolution and Napoleon (1789-1815)"
HIS 362 "The American Revolution (1763-1783)"
HIS 372 "The Sixties"
HIS 373 "The Civil Rights Movement"

Studies of Modern Day Israel (People & Society)
HIS 337 "Modern European Jewish History"

Studies of the European Middle Ages (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 325 "The Early Middle Ages: Europe, 450-1095"
HIS 326 "The High and Late Middle Ages: Europe 1095-1500"
HIS 331 "England to the Accession of the Tudor Dynasty (to 1485)"
HIS 536 "Studies in Medieval History"

Study of Aspects of the Holocaust (People & Society)
HIS 285 "The origins and history of the Third Reich"
HIS 337 "Modern European Jewish History"
HIS 338 "The Holocaust in Historical Perspective"
HIS 544 "Studies in Modern European History"

The Art and Culture of 17th Century Europe (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 332 "England, 1485-1688"

The Caribbean through Literature, History, & the Arts (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 310 "Africa in Cuba/Cuba in Africa: Slave Trade to Cuban Internationalist Missions in Africa"
HIS 317 "History of the Caribbean, I"
HIS 318 "Modern Caribbean History"
HIS 353 "History of Cuba"
HIS 359 "Caribbean Intellectual History"

The United States and Latin America (People & Society)
HIS 386 "History of U.S. Relations with Latin America"

US History Through the Civil War (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 101 "History of the United States, I (to 1877)"
HIS 209 "African-American History to 1877"
HIS 265 "Witchcraft in Colonial America"
HIS 361 "American Colonial History (1607-1763)"
HIS 362 "The American Revolution (1763-1783)"
HIS 363 "The Early Republic (1783-1850)"
HIS 364 "Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)"
HIS 375 "Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in Early America"
HIS 378 "Early American Religious History (1607-1800)"
HIS 379 "History of the Old South (1607-1861)"
HIS 382 "Ideas and Culture in Early American History"
HIS 384 "U.S. Gay and Lesbian History"

Understanding Business (People & Society)
HIS 225 "History of the Modern Business Enterprise"

War in European, U.S., and Latin American History (People & Society)
HIS 228 "Holy War and Toleration in Western Religious Traditions"
HIS 254 "History of the Cold War in the Americas"
HIS 284 "The Second World War"
HIS 362 "The American Revolution (1763-1783)"
HIS 364 "Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)"
HIS 395 "World War I"

Western Civilization: Historical Approaches (Arts & Humanities)
HIS 131 "Development of Western Civilization, I"
HIS 132 "Development of Western Civilization, II"