History

Courses

HIST101 : Heritage of the Western World I

Study of past political, social, economic and intellectual developments in ancient, medieval and early modern times. Emphasis on historical problems and forces, which have shaped the present. Meets General Education requirement for History and Humanities.

Credits

3

HIST102 : Heritage of the Western World II

Study of political, social, economic and intellectual developments from early modern times to the present. Emphasis on historical problems and forces, which have shaped the present. Meets General Education requirement for History and Humanities.

Credits

3

HIST103 : U.S. History I

Social, economic and political forces from the Age of Discovery to the period of Reconstruction in 1877. Meets General Education requirement for History and Humanities.

Credits

3

HIST104 : U.S. History II

Social, economic and political forces that shaped the nation from 1870 to the present. Meets General Education requirement for History and Humanities.

Credits

3

HIST135 : Selected Topics in History

A study of the social, political and/or economic developments concerning a specific topic of historical interest. See the current course schedule for the theme being offered.

Credits

3

HIST210 : Women in American History

A survey of the social, economic, political and intellectual history of women from pre-Colonial times to the present. Within a chronological context, the course pays particular attention to women activists and political contributions. Meets the General Education requirement for History and Diversity.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

ENGL101 or permission of instructor.

HIST220 : African American History

This course is designed to introduce students to the major themes, issues, and debates in African American history from its African origins until today.  It will survey the formation of the African American Identity and culture, demographic and migration patterns, contributions of African Americans to the larger culture and in-depth analysis of the struggle for freedom and equality. Meets General Education requirement for History and Diversity.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

ENGL101 or permission of instructor