1400 TOPICS IN NON-WESTERN HISTORY (3 hours)
An investigation of a selected topic in the development of the non-Western world.
2100 TOPICS IN HISTORY (3 hours)
An investigation of a selected topic or period in history.
2200 HISTORY OF BRITAIN (3 hours)
A survey of the history of Britain from its prehistoric origins to the present, emphasizing its cultural, religious, and legal traditions. (Offered in alternate years).
2300 AMERICAN BUSINESS HISTORY (3 hours)
A comprehensive survey of the major developments in American business from colonial to contemporary times, with special emphasis given entrepreneurial success patterns.
2301 ANCIENT POLITICAL THEORY (3 hours)
A critical analysis of the basic political writings of selected modern authors important to the development of western civilization, e.g., Plato, Aristotle, St. Augustine and St. Thomas. (Same as PHIL 2060 and POLS 2300).
2310 MODERN POLITICAL THEORY (3 hours)
A critical analysis of the basic political writings of selected modern authors important to the development of western civilization and political thought, e.g., Machiavelli, Bodin, Hobbes, Harrington, Locke and Rousseau. (Same as POLS 2310).
2545 AMERICA SINCE 1945 (3 hours)
A study of the political, economic, and social development of the United States since the end of World War II to the present, with particular attention given to the Cold War era, the modern civil rights movement, and the impact of globalization on the United States.
3100 ADVANCED TOPICS IN HISTORY (3 hours)
An investigation of a selected topic or period in history. Prerequisite: permission of Instructor.
3310 COLONIAL AMERICA (3 hours)
A comparative survey of the different cultural groups that contributed to the establishment of British North America as well as colonial developments from economic and political points of view. Prerequisite: HIST 1201.
3329 HIGHWAY 29 (3 hours)
An inquiry into the "on the road" theme of American history, particularly aimed at examining the legacy of Jeffersonism in the quotidian character of the roadside. Prerequisite: HIST 1201 and 1202 (Offered in alternate years).
3525 AMERICAN CIVIL WRONGS AND RIGHTS (3 hours)
A study of the eras of slavery, emancipation and the Reconstruction era, segregation, and the Jim Crow era, and the 20th Century civil rights movement in the United States, with a focus on the political, legal, and social dimensions. Same as POLS 3525.
4101 SEMINAR (3 hours)
Reading, discussion, independent research, and written reports on a topic selected by the department. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing and 12 hours of History.
4201 PRACTICUM (1-6 hours)
An individual program designed to provide training and experience in such areas as archival organization and management, editing, historical preservation and restoration, and museology.
4301 INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-4 hours)
Self-directed study following a contractual plan initiated by the student and accepted by the staff.