History (HIST)

HIST 101. History of Civilizations I - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: General introductory history survey, with global component. Must cover 1,000 years of history prior to about 1400 or 1500 A.D., with at least 1/3 of coverage devoted to a non-western society (or societies).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 102. History of Civilizations II - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: General introductory history survey, with global component. Must cover 300 years of history since about 1400 or 1500 A.D., with at least 1/3 of coverage dedicated to a non-western society (or societies).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 103. The World Since 1900 - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: Introductory survey of world history from 1900 to the present, featuring a comparative approach. The course offers a broad overview of the major themes and events in the world since 1900 while enabling students to acquire a basic knowledge of the historical narrative of the recent past.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 211. American History I - D1, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: A survey of United States history up to the end of the Civil War, emphasizing social, economic, and cultural factors.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 212. American History II - D1, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: A survey of United States history since the end of the Civil War, emphasizing social, economic, and cultural factors.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 301. Early Political Thought3 Units

Description: A general survey of political thought, typology, and systems from classical antiquity through the Middle Ages to the beginning of modern times.

Note: Cross-listed with POLS 381.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 302. Modern Political Thought3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: Main currents in modern political thought, including liberal, Marxist-Leninist, socialist, anarchist, and conservative thought. Topics such as equality, alienation, participation, political obligation, political order, and change.

Note: Cross-listed with POLS 382.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 304. Historical Methods 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite(s): HIST 101 and HIST 102 (or HIST 105 and HIST 106) and approved major in History.

Description: Introduction to the basic techniques of historical scholarship, including brief studies of historiography, research skills, use of primary and secondary sources, historical specializations, and the writing of history.

Note: Required of history majors.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 305. Historical Geography of the United States3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: Analysis of the changing cultural landscape and settlement patterns of the United States. Emphasis on the changing spatial relationships of ethnic minorities to the majority group.

Note: Cross-listed with GEOG 305.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 308. Europe from 1500 to the French Revolution3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: A survey of early modern European political, social, economic, and cultural developments. Topics to include the Reformation, Absolutism, the Enlightenment.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 309. Europe from 1800 to the Present3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Summer Only

Description: A survey of modern European political, social, economic, and cultural developments. Topics to include Industrialization, Nationalism, World War.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 310. Studies in History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Topic to be chosen by instructor and announced in the online schedule of courses.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 311. United States Economic History3 Units

Description: Economics of colonial America and the United States. Analysis of financial institutions, public and private, associated with development.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 312. History of US Foreign Relations I3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Analysis of the United States relations with other nations and peoples, emphasizing influences of political, economic, and ideological forces upon foreign relations from 1776-1920.

Note: HIST 211 is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 313. Comparative Environmental History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: A comparative study of the historical roots of environmental issues in the U.S. and other regions of the world.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 314. History of US Foreign Relations II3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Analysis of the United States relations with other nations and peoples, emphasizing influences of political, economic and ideological forces upon foreign relations since 1920.

Note: HIST 212 is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 315. United States Constitutional History I 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Odd Years

Description: Examines United States constitutional development from the Colonial Era to 1860.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 316. United States Constitutional History II 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Even Years

Description: Examines United States constitutional development from 1860 to present.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication - WR.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 317. African American Experience in Wartime3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: History of African Americans and the U.S. Military from the Revolution to the Gulf Wars.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 318. U.S. in the Sixties3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Major social, political, cultural and economic developments of the decade, with emphasis on the forces critical of mainstream America.

Note: HIST 212 is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 319. African-American History I - D1, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: A united study of the economic, social, cultural, political, and educational development of African-Americans in the United States. Division date: 1865. (Social Sciences)

Note: Cross-listed with PAS 319 and PAS 320.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 320. African-American History II - D1, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: A unified study of the economic, social, cultural, political, and educational development of African Americans in the United States. 1865 to present.

Note: Cross-listed with HIST 320.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 321. Black Culture and U.S. Democracy3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: Evaluation of the Black civil rights struggle to achieve cultural democracy and inclusion in mainstream cultural life and institutions.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 322. The History of the Civil Rights Movement, 1900 to Present3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Study of the modern civil rights movement, its leaders, programs and strategies, from 1900 to present.

Note: Cross-listed with PAS 322.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 323. Modern American Social Movements3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Introduces students to the history of modern American social movements. Topics will include organizing strategies, motivations, tactics, and results.

Note: Cross-listed with SCHG 323.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 324. The History of Women, 1700 to the Present3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: A comparative treatment of women's changing status, including material from European and American history.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Credit may not be received for this course and WGST 331.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 326. History of Childhood in America - D1, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Summer

Description: An analysis of the impact of socioeconomic and ideological change on the experience of children and youth from the colonial period to the present, with attention to the effects of race, class, and gender on childhood experience. (Social Sciences)

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be earned for this course and WGST 332.
Note: Cross-listed with WGST 332.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 329. History of the New South3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Survey of the history of the American South from 1865 to present, covering major social, economic, political and cultural trends and events.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 331. Colonial Latin America3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Origins of the colonial empires of Spain and Portugal in the Americas, development of colonial cultures, and the independence of Latin America.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 332. Latin America, 1820 to Present3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Latin America since independence with emphasis upon social, economic, and political development.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 333. Women in Latin American History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Examines the history of women and gender in Latin America, with an emphasis on women's political participation.

Note: Credit may not be earned for this course and WGST 333.
Note: HIST 331 or HIST 332 recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 339. Women in the Ancient World3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Prerequisite(s): HIST 344, or HIST 341, or HIST 342, or HIST 343.

Description: A survey of the roles and status of women in the civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean.

Note: Junior standing and prior coursework in ancient history is strongly recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 340. Ancient Mediterranean World3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: A survey of the history and cultures of the ancient Near East, Greece, and Rome from earliest times to 500 C.E.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 341. The Ancient Near East3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: A chronological survey of the political, economic, and technological developments in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria-Palestine, and adjacent cultures from earliest times to 323 B.C.E.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 342. Ancient Greece3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: History of Greece from 1500 B.C.E. to 146 B.C.E.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 343. The Roman World3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: History of Rome from the beginning to 476 C.E.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 344. Introduction to Ancient Egypt.3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Summer

Description: This course surveys the social, political, and cultural history of Pharaonic Egypt from ca. 300 BCE to 30 CE.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 345. Culture of the Ancient Near East3 Units

Description: A survey of the social, legal, and religious institutions and literary achievements of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Syria-Palestine from earliest times to 323 B.C.E.

Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 300.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 346. Greek and Roman Culture3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: A survey of ancient culture to the end of the Roman Empire; examples of ancient literature, art, and thought.

Note: Junior standing recommended.
Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 301.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 350. Origins of Christianity3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Early Christianity from its Judaic and Hellenistic background up to the period of Gregory the Great.

Note: HIST 340, HIST 343 or HIST 351 is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 351. Medieval Europe I3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Even Years

Description: First semester: Christian and Islamic civilization from the late Roman Empire through the Investiture contest. Second semester: High Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 352. Medieval Europe II3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: First semester: Christian and Islamic civilization from the late Roman Empire through the Investiture contest. Second semester: High Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 353. Europe in the Sixteenth Century3 Units

Description: Europe's transition from the medieval to the early modern period; emphasis on the crisis of Christian culture.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 354. Renaissance Culture3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy; the Northern Renaissance; analysis of changing styles of thought and artistic expression.

Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 303.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 355. European Ideas and Ideologies: Selected Topics 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Topics focus upon the thought of one or more generations of European thinkers between the age of Charlemagne and the present in the arts and sciences, and the effects of the ideas upon European culture and history.

Note: Topics will be announced in schedule of courses.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 356. Islamic Middle East3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: Muhammad and origins of Islam in seventh century; creation of Caliphate and Islamic Empire until thirteenth century; status of Christians and Jews; religious sectarianism; women; economics; relations with Europe.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 357. Middle Eastern History, 1453 to the Present 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Emphasis on Iran and the Arab world. The Ottoman Empire, European incursion. Mandate states, and independence. The contemporary Middle East.

Note: Approved for Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 358. The Scientific Revolution3 Units

Description: The history of science and medicine in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 359. History of Modern Science3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: The history of science and medicine from 1800 to the present in Europe and the United States.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 360. The Origins of Islam3 Units

Description: This course will concentrate on the history of the early period of Islam, including the life of the Prophet Muhammad and the early Caliphates.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 361. Modern Jewish History: The 20th Century3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: The Jewish experience in the twentieth century. Topics include development of the American Jewish community, the Holocaust, Zionism and Israel.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 362. The United States and the Middle East3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: Relations between America and the Middle East from 1800 to the present. Special emphasis on religion, business, politics, and the military.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 363. Russian History I3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: Russian history from the earliest times to present. Nature of political system before and after 1917; Russia and the West; modernization of Russian society. Division date is 1860.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 364. Russian History II3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: Russian history from the earliest times to present. Nature of political system before and after 1917; Russia and the West; modernization of Russian society. Division date is 1860.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 366. English History: Tudor Age to Welfare State3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Odd Years

Description: Emphasis on Reformation; era of civil wars, aristocratic domination of politics, industrialization, democracy, modern welfare state, thought, artistic expression.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 367. British Imperialism3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: The history of British imperialism from the end of the American Revolution in 1783 to the present, including such issues as the abolition of slavery, the birth of responsible government, British rule in India, the "Scramble for Africa," the development of the Commonwealth of Nations, colonial nationalism, and decolonization.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 368. History of France, 1598-17993 Units

Description: French society, government, and culture from the time of Henry IV to the Revolution. The Age of Absolutism and the Enlightenment.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 369. History of France, 1799 to Present3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Summer Only

Description: French society, government, and culture from Napoleon to the Fifth Republic. July Monarchy, Second Empire, and Republics.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 375. Golden Age of Spain3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Survey of Spanish government, society, culture, and economic development, fifteenth through eighteenth centuries.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 376. War in the Modern Middle East 3 Units

Description: History of twentieth-century wars in the Middle East, from World War I to the Gulf War.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 377. The Ottoman Empire to 18003 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Class examines the formation of the early modern Ottoman state, the shifting place of the empire in a broader world order, and the evolution of society, institutions, economy, culture and religion.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 378. The Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey from 1800 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Reform, imperialism, nationalism. Empire's end and the modern republic.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 380. Hollywood and History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Hollywood's representation of various historical periods, events, and personages in film.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 384. Modern Culture3 Units

Description: A survey of modern thought and artistic expression, from the Enlightenment to the present time.

Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 304.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 385. Russian Cultural History 3 Units

Description: An historical study of Russian culture, high and popular, from 1860 to present, including literature, art, film, and music.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 386. Modern Germany, 1848-1945: The Struggle for Unity3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: Modern German political, social, and cultural development during the unification period, the Empire, the Weimar Republic, and the Hitler years.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 387. The Holocaust, Genocide, and Global Imagination - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: A study of the historical events, with analysis and evaluation of the Holocaust and other modern genocides on humanistic thought and imagination.

Note: Cross-listed with HUM 387.
Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 387.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 393. African History Before 1800 - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Even Years

Description: This course examines the development of African civilizations and societies across the African continent from early man up until 1800. Special emphasis will be on the establishment of precolonial states and kingdoms, examinations of African lifestyles and traditions, the role of religion and trade throughout African history, and the impact of trans-African slavery on the African continent.

Note: 3-6 hours of HIST or PAS is recommended prior to taking this course.
Note: Cross-listed with PAS 393.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 394. African History Since 1800 - D2, SBH3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Odd Years

Description: Development of African societies and culture since ca. 1800, including the abolition of trans-Atlantic slavery, colonization, independence movements, Pan-Africanism, and the challenges and successes of African societies in the recent past.

Note: Cross-listed with PAS 394.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 395. Contemporary Africa3 Units

Description: Continental issues since independence, including such topics as apartheid, liberation movements, military regimes, African socialism, modernization, neocolonialism, cultural trends.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Cross-listed with PAS 395.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 396. History of India3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Introduction to the history of the Indian subcontinent since the foundation of the Indus Valley civilization. Role of political, intellectual, social and economic change in the creation of modern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

Note: Cross-listed with AST 396.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 397. Traditional China3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: This course studies the political,social and economic history of China from Shang dynasty to the intrusion of the West (1700 BC to 1800 AD).

Note: Cross-listed with AST 397.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 398. Modern China3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Description: From Confucianism to Communism in China: society, economy and politics, 1600-present.

Note: Cross-listed with AST 398.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 399. Modern Japan: Imperialism and Democracy3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: This course reviews Japanese history from the Yamato state to the collapse of the bubble economy (500-1900s). We first examine how Japanese native culture and government interplayed with imported elements from China and Korea, forming its own distinctive political structure and society in the Tokugawa era (1600-1868). We focus on Japan's modern experiences-state led nationalism and modernization since Meiji restoration, investigating how Western influence transformed Japanese state, society, culture and values. We explore origin, development, and the defeat of Japanese imperialism and militarism, analyzing how race, gender, and nationalities were constructed, and manipulated within Japanese empire in the wartime era (1931-45). Finally we examine postwar Japanese democracy and economic prosperity.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 401. Cooperative Internship in History 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Prerequisite(s): Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall and in History; completion of 60 hours.

Description: An individually-arranged course combining a work experience with a related academic project.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 410. Honors History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors program.

Description: Exploration of an individual topic in consultation with faculty advisor.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 418. United States Military History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: The role of the military in U.S. history. Political, economic, and social aspects of U.S. history are emphasized as they pertain to the military.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 419. Western Military History 3 Units

Description: Military history of the western world from the earliest times to the present. Focus will be on the broad relationships between socio-political organization and military institutions and behavior.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 498. Honors Seminar 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors Program.

Description: Special opportunities to work in a seminar setting on topics chosen by the instructor.

Note: Open to students in the College and Departmental Honors Programs.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 499. Senior Honors Thesis 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors program.

Description: An independent study undertaken to complete requirements for graduation with honors in History.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 501. Independent Study3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall; minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the department, and at least 18 semester hours credit in the department.

Description: Opportunity for the student, under the supervision of a sponsoring faculty member, to pursue individualized study related to research or practice that is not included in regular courses in the curriculum.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 502. Independent Study3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall; minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the department, and at least 18 semester hours credit in the department.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 503. Advanced Studies in History3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

Description: Selected topics in history that cross traditional geographic or chronological boundaries.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 504. Philosophy of History 3 Units

Description: Speculations on meaning of history from ancient times to present; discussion of such contemporary issues as nature of explanation, objectivity, truth in history.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 506. Women in 19th Century America 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Completion of ENGL 102 or ENGL 105, or the equivalent.

Description: Course focuses on material conditions, ideologies, and knowledge-systems that shaped American women's lives in the 19th century, with attention to race, class, and regional differences.

Note: Cross-listed with WGST 533.
Note: Approved for the Arts & Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be earned for both HIST 506 / WGST 533 and WGST 633.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 508. American Environmental History 3 Units

Description: Relationship between economic development and environmental change, focusing on America, pre-colonial to present.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 510. Studies in American History3 Units

Description: Intensive study of particular topic, to be announced in course schedule.

Note: May be repeated under different subtitles.
Note: Junior standing is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 511. History of the Old South 3 Units

Description: Economic life, society, and government in the southern states from colonial times to the Civil War.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 512. History of the Jews in America 3 Units

Description: The experience of Jews in America from the seventeenth century to the present, with attention to topics such as demography, the immigrant experience, anti-Semitism, religious movements and cultural developments.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Science upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 513. U.S. Social Justice Movements3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

Description: Course will begin with abolitionism, then concentrate on social justice upsurges of the 20th century, with emphasis on women in the civil rights and Black liberation movements.

Note: Cross-listed with WGST 513, PAS 513, SCHG 513.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 514. United States Peace Movement3 Units

Description: History of the peace movement in the United States from the beginning to the present. The course also examines nonviolent civil disobedience throughout U.S. history. Concentration on the twentieth century with the main focus being the Vietnam anti-war movement.

Note: HIST 314 is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 516. History of American Civil Liberties 3 Units

Description: Surveys the history of American civil rights, especially voting issues and civil liberties, especially speech and press issues, from colonial origins to present.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 518. Antebellum United States, 1800-1860 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An intensive study of the social, economic, political and intellectual aspects of United States history between the Era of the Early Republic and the eve of the Civil War.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 519. Gilded Age and Progressive Era United States, 1877-1929 3 Units

Description: An intensive study of the social, economic, political and intellectual aspects of American History from the end of Reconstruction to the beginning of the Great Depression.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 521. Colonial America to 1765 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: History of North America, focusing on the British Colonies, beginning with the first native Americans, to the end of the Seven Years War.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 522. The American Revolution and the Confederation 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An intensive study of the American Revolution and of the background of the Constitution.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written Communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 524. United States Civil War and Reconstruction 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Political dissolution of the 1850s; political, social, economic, constitutional, and military events of the Civil War; the Reconstruction era.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 528. Recent American History, 1929-1945 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An intensive study of the economics, policies, and social and intellectual developments of the Great Depression and World War II years in the United States.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 529. Recent American History, 1945 to Present 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An intensive study of the economics, politics, and social and intellectual developments of the modern period in the United States.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 533. Twentieth-Century Latin America 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: The history of Latin America since 1900, with special emphasis upon the problems of social change and revolution.

Note: HIST 332 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 534. The U.S. and Latin America 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: The history of the international relations of the United States with the nations of Latin America, emphasizing economic, political, and ideological development.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: HIST 314 is recommended.

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 535. The History of Mexico: Pre-Columbian to the Present 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Covers the history of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian period to the present, with emphasis on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Note: HIST 331 or HIST 332 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 537. Black Radicalism3 Units

Description: Modern Black Nationalists, Marxists, and Black Panthers in the U.S., and their programs, ideologies, and behaviors.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 540. Advanced Studies in History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Advanced study of a special topic; meets established guidelines for WR courses; writing and rewriting of papers throughout the term.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 542. Studies in Graeco-Roman History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Topics to be chosen by instructor (e.g., the Ancient Historians).

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 547. Studies in Russian History 3 Units

Description: Topics to be chosen by instructor (e.g., the early church, formation of the Russian state, administration, liberalism, the purges).

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 550. Studies in Ancient History3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: In-depth examination of special topics in ancient history.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 551. Studies in Medieval History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Intensive work in selected periods of medieval history (e.g., High Middle Ages, Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries).

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 555. English Medieval History, 1066 to 1500 3 Units

Description: An analysis of the political, economic, and social factors contributing to the development of the English nation from the Norman Conquest to the Wars of the Roses.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 559. U.S. and the Cold War Policy 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: This course examines U.S. diplomacy during the Cold War (1945-1989).

Note: HIST 314 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 561. U.S. and Vietnam 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Analysis of diplomatic relations between the United States and Vietnam, concentrating on the 20th Century.

Note: HIST 314 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 563. The Middle Eastern Wars 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: European technological superiority and Ottoman defeat. The Austrian and Ottoman wars. Balkan Wars. World War I. Turkish War of Independence.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 564. Byzantium and Islam3 Units

Description: This course will examine the relationship between the Byzantine state and the medieval Islamic caliphates and empires. The class will begin in the 6-7th centuries and continue onwards until the fall of the Byzantine Empire in the middle of the 15th century.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 565. Women and Sexuality in the Middle East 3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Investigation of the cultural landscape of the Middle Est before the rise of Islam; how the mix of the new religion together with prevailing customs of Late Antiquity and tribal Arabia laid a new framework for gendered relations across the region. Topics and debates pertaining to gender roles and sexuality in the medieval and early modern periods. The changing contours of women's lives during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the ambiguous legacy of modernization.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 571. The Renaissance 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: The Italian urban powers; Hundred Years' War after 1415; Church and society on the eve of the Reformation; Italian and Northern humanism; invasion of Italy; early explorations.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 572. Age of the Reformation 3 Units

Description: Intensive examination of causes of the Reformation, the program of the Reformers, the nature of the Roman Catholic Counter-Reformation, and the character of the sixteenth century.

Note: HIST 352 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 577. The French Revolution and Napoleon 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: The Old Regime; influence of the Enlightenment; causes of the Revolution; courses and significance of the Revolution; emergence of Napoleon; rise and fall of the Empire.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 579. History of European Ideas: Selected Topics 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Selected topics on thinkers in the arts and sciences from one or more generations of European thought between the age of Charlemagne and the present. Includes the influence of ideas on their immediate society as well as on European culture and history.

Note: Topics will be announced in the Schedule of Courses.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 582. Contemporary Europe 1945-Present 3 Units

Description: History of Europe from the postwar era to the present.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication.

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 583. Women in the Twentieth Century in Europe and the U.S.3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: The history of women in Western society, including Europe and the U.S. in the twentieth century. Includes political, economic, social, and cultural developments.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Cross-listed with WGST 531.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be earned for HIST 583/WGST 531 and WGST 631.

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 584. Women in East Asian History3 Units

Description: The history of women in China from ancient times to the twentieth century, with comparisions to women's experiences in Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.

Note: Cross-listed with WGST 584.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 587. The Russian Revolutions 3 Units

Description: Intensive examination of the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917, their chronology, their causes, historiographical issues.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 588. Feminism in Western Civilization, 1790-1920 3 Units

Description: Comparative analysis of feminist movements in United States, Britain, and Europe, stressing intellectual background, social composition, goals, and political strategies.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper- level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be earned for HIST 588 or WGST 530 and WGST 630.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 589. History of American Sexualities 3 Units

Description: Focuses on sexual behaviors and meanings in America from the Colonial period to the late twentieth century, and how sexual meanings impact on people's identities, choices, and social positions. Also concerns the interaction of gender, race, and class.

Note: HIST 211 and HIST 212 is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be earned for this course and WGST 532.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 590. Studies in African History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Intensive study of a particular topic chosen by the instructor (e.g., slavery and the slave trade, traditional kingdoms).

Note: Cross-listed with PAS 590.
Note: Junior standing and completionf of 9 hours of HIST and/or PAS are recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 591. Civilizations of Ancient and Medieval India 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An introduction to the civilizations of the Indian subcontinent until the eighteenth century. It covers history, interpretive studies and selected literary, religious, and philosophical works, and visual arts.

Note: Approved for the Arts & Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 592. Civilizations of Modern India 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: An introduction to the civilizations of the Indian subcontinent since the eighteenth century. It covers history, interpretive studies and selected literary, religious and philosophical works, and visual arts.

Note: Approved for the Arts & Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 593. American Image of the Middle East 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: Formation of the American image of Islam and the Middle East. European tradition of prejudice. Effect of religious traditions on U.S. mythologies.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 594. Studies in Middle Eastern History 3 Units

Description: Selected topics in Middle Eastern history and societies.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 595. Principles of Cultural History 3 Units

Description: The study of major systematic views of the development of Western culture.

Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).
Note: Credit may not be received for this course and HUM 595.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 596. History of the Future 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: A conceptual approach that presents the premise that the history of the future is, in reality, the history of the present and the past.

Note: Junior standing is recommended.
Note: Approved for Arts & Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 597. Introduction to Public History3 Units

Description: Introduction to nature, history, and methods of public history. Emphasis on relationship of historical scholarship to nonacademic applications.

Note: Faculty consent is recommended.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 598. Nationalism and Modernity in East Asia3 Units

Description: The creation of modern nation-states in China, Japan, and Korea from 1840 to 1945.

Note: Cross-listed with AST 598.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes

HIST 599. Oral History 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): 60 credit hours completed.

Description: A study of the nature and development of oral sources in history, the creation and evaluation of them, and their application to research and teaching.

Note: Faculty consent is recommended.
Note: Approved for the Arts and Sciences upper-level requirement in written communication (WR).

Course Attribute(s): CUE - This course fulfills the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) requirement for certain degree programs. CUE courses are advanced-level courses intended for majors with at least 90 earned credits/senior-level status.

For class offerings for a specific term, refer to the Schedule of Classes