Complete Course Listing


Graduate History Courses with Updated Concentrations:

HIS 8002 - Sem in North Amer Hist
Description: Selected topics in North American History. Topic will be announced in advance of registration.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: United States:  8002--Jefferson to Revolution: State and Society; Women and Gender; Race and Ethnicity; United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8003 - Amer Women & Gender His
Description: Topics in women's and gender history in America from pre-contact to the present, analyzing the relative positions of men and women within the various contexts of race, region, religion, class, ethnicity, law, sexuality, and society.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  United States, Women and Gender:  LST course, American Women by Kauffman:   United States and Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8011 - Colonial North America
Description: Colloquium on the Anglo-American colonies to 1750. The emergence of distinctive and diverse colonial societies; the response to the wilderness environment; the problem of race in early America.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Atlantic World, Empire, Race and Ethnicity, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0 

 

HIS 8016 - Revolutionary America
Description: Colloquium on the revolutionary and Federalist eras. The movement toward revolution; the War of Independence; the emergence of new governmental structures; the Hamiltonian economic program and the organization of the first party system.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Empire, Public History, Revolution, United States; LST course, American West by Rosier: United States; Empire
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8021 - Early American Republic
Description: Study of selected topics on the Jeffersonian-Jacksonian eras, emphasizing the formation of the political and constitutional system, and including such topics as the party system, federal-state relationships, the presidency, and the emergence of popular democracy.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: State and Society, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8026 - U.S. Civil War 
Description: Selected research projects and readings on the era of the Civil War and Reconstruction, covering the origins of the conflict, the events of the war and its consequences.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: United States; Race & Ethnicity
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8033 - The Gilded Age, 1865-1900
Description: Colloquium on the development of American History from Reconstruction to the turn of the century, focusing on the political, social and economic changes attending the emergence of an industrial and urban society in America.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Industrial Societies, Race and Ethnicity, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8041 - Roosevelt to Roosevelt
Description: The Progressive movement, World War I, Normalcy and the New Deal, examined through selected historical documents and secondary readings.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Industrial Societies, Race and Ethnicity, State and Society, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8042 - U S since the New Deal
Description: Domestic developments in the United States and its Cold War role from the Second World War until the Vietnam war, examined through selected historical documents and secondary readings.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8061 - Amer For Rel to 1914
Description: Foreign relations of the United States from the Declaration of Independence to World War I, covering U.S. diplomacy during the territorial expansion, and the emergence of the U.S. as a great power.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Asia, Empire, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8062 - Foreign Relations Since 1914
Description: Readings in and discussion of such major issues as the ideology of American expansionism, American entry into World War I, Woodrow Wilson and the New Diplomacy, independent internationalism in the 1920s, the breakdown of the international system in the 1930s, U.S. entry into World War II, the origins of the Cold War, the institutionalization of the Cold War, and the U. S. effort to adjust to the end of the Cold War.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Asia, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8066 - American Cultural History
Description: Readings and discussion of selected topics in American intellectual and cultural history, social Darwinist thought, political economy, modern cultural movements and the role of the intellectual in American life.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Intellectual History, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0 

 

HIS 8071 - Top:Early Amer Soc Hist
Description: Readings and discussion of selected topics in American social history to 1865, reflecting various social history perspectives and methodologies, including such subjects as the colonial economy, the social structure of the Revolutionary period, 19th-century cities and industry, and the ferment of reform.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: United States;  8071-- Nineteenth Century Reform, United States; Race and Ethnicity; Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8072 - Reconstruction
Description: Readings and discussion of selected topics in the post Civil War history of the United States, reflecting various social history perspectives and methodologies, and including themes related to civil rights, racial violence, and Indian wars.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: United States 
Credit Hours: 3.0 

 

HIS 8076 - Topics: Amer Econ Hist
Description: Topics pertaining to the development of the American colonial economy, the rise of American industrialism in the nineteenth century, and the emergence of international American economic power and influence in more recent times.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Industrial Societies,  United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8078 - Topics in African-American History During Slavery
Description: Selected topics on the development and experiences of the African American community during the age of slavery, including the African slave trade, bondage and freedom in North America, slave culture and society, the free black community, abolitionism, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Africana, Atlantic, United States, Race & Ethnicity
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8078 - Top in Af-Am Hist since 1865
Description: Selected topics on the development and experiences of the African American community since the age of slavery, including Reconstruction, American apartheid, migration and urbanization, black nationalism, the Harlem Renaissance, the civil rights struggle, and race relations.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:  Concentrations: Africana,  United States, Race&Ethnicity 
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8081 - Readings in Amer Ethnic His
Description: Study of selected ethnic groups and major issues in American history involving immigration and ethnicity.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Empire, Europe, Race and Ethnicity, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8202 - Seminar Topics Euro History
Description: Selected topics in European history offered each semester. The topic will be announced in advance of registration.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Europe
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8204 - Sem Topics in Ancient History
Description: Selected topics in ancient history. The topic will be announced in advance of registration.
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Corequisites:
Concentrations:
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8205 - Ancient Mediterranean
Description: Issues in current historiography dealing with the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean, including state formation, social structure, economic life, and the interplay between imperial and indigenous cultures.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Empire, Europe, Race and Ethnicity, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8206 - Dark Ages
Description: Comparative anthropological analysis of two "dark age" cultures in European history: ancient Greece 1200-750 BCE, and western Europe, 400-900 CE with special attention to such topics as oral poetry, forms of exchange, honor and status, ritualized behaviors, violence and social control, marriage and sexuality, and conceptions of the divine.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8207 - Wm & Gender in Europe 400-1650
Description: A survey of women and gender in Europe from ca. 400-1650 AD in Western Europe both northern and Mediterranean. Analyzing the legal, economic, and cultural position of women within the contexts of the family, religion, sexuality and society.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Religion, Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8208 - Medieval Europe
Description: Important historiography in English, along with literary, historical, and legal sources in translation, focusing on selected political, economic, intellectual and social themes, such as courtly love, Muslim and Jewish culture in medieval Spain, the Black Death, peasant uprisings. Alternating between Medieval Mediterranean World (c.1100- 1400) and Medieval Britain (c.1100-1400).
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Religion
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8209 - The Renaissance
Description: The transformation of European culture in the Renaissance (14th - 16th centuries) with special attention to the role of intellectuals; the function of ideas and attitudes in socio-cultural change; philosophical and methodological issues in studying the Renaissance; and major historiographical trends.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Intellectual History, Religion
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8211 - Ref & Cath Counter Reformation
Description: An examination of late medieval religion and society; the various Protestant Reformations; the Catholic Reformation; and the social and political dimensions of religious change in early modern Europe.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Intellectual History, Religion
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8225 - The Enlightenment
Description: Selected topics in the social and intellectual history of eighteenth-century Europe, including philosophical critiques of the Old Regime, the rise of the bourgeoisie, and the condition of the peasants, expecially in France.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Europe, Intellectual History
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8231 - French Rev and Napoleonic Era
Description: An analysis of the causes, nature and course of the French Revolution, including a study of its historical interpretation, with additional coverage of the Napoleonic era to 1815.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Atlantic World, Empire, Europe, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8235 - British Economy and Society, 1689-1815
Description: The relationship between economic, social and cultural change in Hanoverian England, including such topics as mercantilism and war, women and family life, industrialization, the rise of the novel, metropolitan and provincial culture, political economy, and radicalism.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Atlantic World, Europe
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8241 - Eur Natlsm 1815-1870
Description: Consideration of the nature of European nationalism, its origins, and factors leading to its successes and failures up to 1870.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8245 - Great Britain since 1815
Description: Major themes in the development of Great Britain from the end of the Napoleonic Wars until World War 1: industrialism, political reform, and the the modernization of the state, the triumph of liberalism, and the rise of labor.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8248 - 19th Century Ireland
Description: In this course we will examine the pre-famine, famine and post-famine periods in nineteenth-century Ireland. As land was one of the central issues that shaped Irish society in the nineteenth century, we will begin by exploring the historical geography of Ireland, and the memory, meanings and mappings of the landscape. We will then tackle poverty, agrarian violence and the development of the poor law, before looking at several different approaches to and interpretations of the famine itself. Finally, we will consider the aftermath of the famine; focusing particularly on uprisings, migration and the relationships between tradition and modernity in the late nineteenth century.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Atlantic World, Empire, Europe, Religion, Revolution
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8252 - Modern France since 1815
Description: France since the collapse of the Revolution: the Restoration, the 1848 Revolution, the Second Empire, the Paris Commune, World Wars I and II, modern French art and thought.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Industrial Societies, Revolution
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8262 - Imperial Russia to 1917
Description: An examination of selected problems in Russian history from 1800 to 1917, relying primarily on recent English- language scholarship, memoirs and literature.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Empire, Europe, Industrial Societies, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8272 - Europe on the Eve of WWI
Description: The development of the European state systems between 1870 and 1914, with special emphasis on the expansion of European imperialism in the colonial world. Historiographical analysis of the origins of the First World War.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Empire, Europe, Industrial Societies
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8274 - Twentieth Century Europe
Description: Readings and discussions on selected topics in European history from World War I to the present, with emphasis on post World War II topics, such as the post-1945 division of Europe, the Cold War, and the decline of colonialism.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Empire, Europe, Industrial Societies, Revolution
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8275 - European Imperialism
Description: Case studies of imperialism in various areas (the Mediterranean and Middle East, Asia, Africa) and in various forms during the period from the 1830s to World War II, examined from the perspective of both the imperialists and those subjected to imperialism; analysis of contemporary and historical arguments justifying and criticizing imperialism.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Empire, Europe, Race and Ethnicity
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8279 - Germany since 1945
Description: An analysis of divided Germany in both its domestic and international aspects. Social, cultural and economic developments in both East and West Germany including reunification.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Industrial Societies, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8281 - Russia and the USSR in the 20th Century
Description: A study of the major events and issues in the political, economic and social history of Russia and the USSR, with emphasis on the period from 1917 to 1953. Focus on new research and historiographical debates.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Industrial Societies, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8290 - Women & Gender in Mod Europe
Description: Investigation of change and continuity in the social, scientific, political and cultural definitions of gender and gender roles from the Enlightenment to the modern era; the roles of women and representations of them in social and political movements, culture, and the economy; women's relationship to the private and public spheres, and their involvement in war, revolution, and economic transformation in modern Europe. Readings will include both women's and gender history and theory.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8292 - Eur Intell His since 1850
Description: Intensive study of themes in European intellectual and social History, such as Marxism in the twentieth century; Freudian thought and culture in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries; capitalism, communism and fascism in modern Europe; religion and ethics in the nuclear age.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Europe, Intellectual History
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8402 - Sem Topics in World History
Description: Selected topics in world history. The topic will be announced in advance of registration.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8410 - Atlantic World 1500-1800
Description: A study of the Atlantic world in its imperial and economic aspects from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries, including Europe, the Americas, the Caribbean, and Africa.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Africana, Atlantic World, Empire, The Americas, Race and Ethnicity
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8412 - Colonial Latin America
Description: Hegemonic colonial rule and resistance; European institutions including Catholicism, slavery, racial hierarchies, and indigenous labor systems; African and indigenous resistance; 16th and 17th centuries.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Empire, Race and Ethnicity, Africana,  Atlantic World, Religion, and the Americas.
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8414 - Topics Latin Amer Hist.
Description: Selected themes in Latin American History of interest to instructor and students. Topics will be announced prior to registration.
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Concentrations:
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8416 - Modern Latin America
Description: Selected topics including nationalism; indigenous and African cultural identities; economic development; industrialization; U.S. intervention; socialist revolutions; women's movements; 20th and 21st centuries.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Africana, Sex and Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Industrial Societies, Revolution, State and Society, The Americas.
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8421 - China & Japan since WWII
Description: The politics of post war China and Japan in their cultural and economic interrelationships.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Asia
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8423 - Women and Gender in Middle East 
Description: Readings and discussion of selected topics pertaining to the history of gender and women in East Asia.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Asia, Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8425 - Modern Japan
Description: A colloquium on the major historiographical issues in the history of Japan since 1600, including the role of the Emperor, economic development, and the causes of World War II.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Asia, Empire, Industrial Societies, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8426 – Modern China
Description:  A seminar on the major historiographical issues in the history of China since 1600, including revolution, colonialism, and gender.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Asia,  Empire,  Women & Gender;  Revolution,   Industrial Societies,  State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8433 - Imperial. & Natlism in MidEast
Description: Empire, modernization & nation building in the Middle East from the nineteenth century, through an examination of historical narratives & debates; gender as a factor in imperialism & nationalism.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Africana, Asia, Empire, Race and Ethnicity, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8436 - Women & Gender in Middle East
Description: Women's roles in Middle East societies with a particular emphasis on the influences of religion, culture, and class; analysis of women's social status and their participation in social movements.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Africana, Asia, Empire, Race and Ethnicity, Religion, Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8441 - Africa and the Emergence from Colonialism
Description: An examination of the key issues of the pre-colonial and colonial eras and a study of the impact of these issues on the formation of modern African society.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Africana, Empire, Intellectual History, Race and Ethnicity, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8452 - History of Modern South Asia
Description: Selected topics in the history of the Indian subcontinent from the late Mughal period through the British Empire to independence and the postcolonial period. Emphasis on knowledge, power, and state formation; resistance, revolution, and nationalism; gender, democracy and development; postcolonial legacies.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Asia, Empire, Race and Ethnicity, Revolution, State and Society
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8454 - Empire & Decolonization
Description: European empires & opposition to empire in Asia, Africa & the Americas, 1500-present. Emphasis on political, economic & cultural modes of domination & resistance. Interdisciplinary approach using historical, theoretical & literary readings on colonialism, nationalism & the post- colonial predicament.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Empire, Race and Ethnicity, Revolution
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8602 - Sem Top in Comparative History
Description: Seminar on a selected topic of particular interest to faculty and students in comparative history. Topic will be announced prior to registration.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: LST course, Art of Ancient Egypt   by DiamondReed: Africana;  LST course: Alexandria  by Haas, Asia; Africana
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8603 - Topics in the His of Rev
Description: The comparative history of modern revolutions, including causes and consequences, and the roles of such factors as ideology, language, violence, and war; Marxist and post-Marxist interpretations and historiography; case studies of revolutions in various regions of the world since the eighteenth century.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Revolution
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8613 - Topics in Gender & Women's His
Description: Studies of women and gender considered in non-western and transnational contexts, including such topics as women in the Third World, women and globalization, Third World feminism, and the ferminization of poverty.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Women and Gender
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8642 - Top in His of Science & Tech
Description: Comparative perspectives on selected topics concerning science and technology in modern history, from the European Scientific Revolution to the present.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Industrial Societies; Intellectual History
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8648 - Environmental History
Description: The influence of natural environmental forces on human activity and historical change, and the changes in social and cultural attitudes towards nature and natural resources. Focus on Europe and the United States with examination of such topics as European expansion, the scientific revolution, industrialization, and environmentalist movements.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Atlantic World
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8662 - Impact of War on Society
Description: War's consequences for society in the 19th and 20th centuries in Europe and America, with some references to the Far East.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Industrial Societies; United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8682 - The Cold War as History
Description: Origins, conduct, and outcomes of the Cold War, and analysis of evolving interpretations of this conflict and its significance.
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Corequisites:
Concentrations: Empire
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8702 - Intro to Public History
Description: Methods, theory, and practice of history outside the classroom, including historic sites, museums, archives, and other public history settings. Interaction with public history professionals and investigation of issues of history and memory in public settings.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Public History, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8704 - Material Culture
Description: Artifacts as sources for understanding past cultures, with emphasis on both academic scholarship and the field of public history. Development of material culture studies, methods of material culture analysis; artifacts as sources for historians; and the role of artifacts in museum exhibitions.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Public History, United States
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8800 - Topics in Historiography
Description: An examination of selected historical methodologies or recognized subfields of historical writing and research of interest to students and faculty.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Intellectual History, Historiography
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8802 - Seminar in Amer Historiography
Description: An examination of selected American historians and historical problems. Readings in the works of significant historians; research and reports by students.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Intellectual History, Public History, United States, Historiography
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8804 - Seminar in Eur Historiography
Description: An examination of selected European historians and historical problems. Readings in the works of significant historians; research and reports by students.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:  Europe, Intellectual History, Historiography
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8806 - Historiography of Gender
Description: An examination of selected historians and historical problems in the study of women and gender. Readings in the works of significant historians; research and reports by students.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Intellectual History, Women and Gender, Historiography
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8850 - Theory and Methods
Description: Introduction to historiography, theories of history, source analysis and diverse methodologies to prepare students for advanced historical research and writing.
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Required for all MA students
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 8900 - Introduction to Digital History
Exploring a host of digital tools available for historical research and teaching, including, among others, Omeka, Wordpress, and Googlemaps, and analyzing issues surrounding digital history initiatives
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Concentrations:
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 9006 - Grad Internship in Public History
Graduate Internship in Public History: Gaining practical experience in a public history workplace, applying research and interpretative skills, and applying skills learned in HIS 8072.
Prerequisite:  HIS 8072       
Corequisites:
Concentrations: Public History
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 9012 - Directed Readings in History
Description: An independent study and reports on selected topics. Permission of the instructor and approval of the graduate chairperson are required.
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Concentrations:
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 9022 - Thesis Direction I
Description: Supervised research for students writing master's theses. Permission of the graduate chairperson is required.
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Concentrations:
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 9032 - Thesis Direction II
Description: Supervised research for students writing master's theses. This course may be taken concurrently with HIS 9022. Permission of the graduate chairperson is required.
Prerequisites:
Corequisites:
Concentrations:
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 3.0

 

HIS 9042 - Internship in Teach of History
Description: An option for graduate students, normally in their second year of studies, to gain teaching experience under graduate faculty supervision. Graduate students might lead discussions of assigned readings, present a few lectures to undergraduate classes, hold remedial or supplementary tutorials, or assist in divising and evaluating quizzes, examinations, and paper assignments. The internship is designed to assist graduate students in gaining teaching and classroom experience. Internships are by faculty invitation only, but students may express an interest; consult the graduate or departmental chairperson.
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Concentrations:
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 1.0

 

HIS 9080 - Thesis Continuation
Description: Continuation of supervised research for students writing master's theses. Permission of departmental chairperson is required.
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Concentrations:
Restriction: requires approval from the Grad Director before registering 
Credit Hours: 0.0

 

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