HI-901 Directed Study: History

Directed study offers graduate students, who because of unusual circumstances may be unable to register for a course when offered, the opportunity to complete an existing course with an established syllabus under the direction and with agreement from a faculty member. variable credits.

Fall and Spring and every year. 1-6 Credits

HI-908 Teaching History

In this course, graduate learners will gain knowledge and confidence developing their own rigorous and research-based pedagogical approach for effective teaching and learning in history and social studies, aligned with the emerging best practices in the discipline.

Fall and Spring and other or on demand. 3 Credits

HI-910 Study and Writing of History

Historical methodology, modern historiographical views, and the emergence of the New History; i.e., psychohistory, family history, and quantitative history.

3 Credits

HI-914 The Gilded Age: 1865-1900

A depiction of the period when America went through a rapid socio-economic transformation in the areas of industrialization, urbanization, and immigration.

3 Credits

HI-939 American History At the Movies

A variety of movies are used as launching pads to explore American history and the relationship of film to history.

3 Credits

HI-940 Teaching History With Film

A study of history through film and media.

3 Credits

HI-941 Medieval History

Hundred Years War and the War of the Roses (1327-1485)

3 Credits

HI-942 Tudor-Stuart England

The political, cultural and social development of England, 1485-1688

3 Credits

HI-943 World War I

The period 1870-1918, focusing upon the origins

3 Credits

HI-944 World War II

A survey of the mass industrial global conflict between 1939-1945.

3 Credits

HI-946 Eur Intell Hist Enlighten-Pres

The major ideas of the era; utilitarian, nationalist, and socialist schools; fascism, communism and liberalism.

Fall and Spring and every year. 3 Credits

HI-970 China in the Twentieth Century

A consideration of the major political, diplomatic, and intellectual developments in China since 1949.

3 Credits

HI-990 Special Topics in History

An investigation of an historical issue, event or personality of mutual interest to the instructor and students.

Fall and Spring and other or on demand. 3 Credits

HI-992 Sem: American Const History

Varied topics to meet the student's needs; e.g., the Marshall Court, Taney Court, Warren and Burger Courts, and so forth.

3 Credits

HI-995 Thesis Option (research)

Research of thesis.

3 Credits

HI-996 Thesis Option (writing)

Writing of thesis.

3 Credits

HI-999 Graduate Independent Study in History

1-3 Credits