History Courses

History (HST) courses

  • HST 609 Indian History

    History of Indian/White relations, federal Indian policy, and Indian accommodation to European introductions and eventual American dominance from the beginning of contact with Europeans to the present. May be taught concurrently with HST 509. Cannot receive credit for both HST 509 and HST 609.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Fall

    Projected offerings

  • HST 611 The Plains Indians

    History and culture of Plains Indians from the pre-Columbian period to the end of the frontier era near the turn of the last century, including the impact of the European invasion. May be taught concurrently with HST 510. Cannot receive credit for both HST 510 and HST 611.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Spring

    Projected offerings

  • HST 614 17th-19th Century British Atlantic

    Study of the British Empire in the 17th-19th century Atlantic World. Topics will include the Enlightenment; mercantilism and free-trade economics; migration, including the American Revolution Loyalist diaspora; the rise and fall of privateering, the Sugar Interest, and the Atlantic slave trade; slavery abolition and post-emancipation society in the West Indies; and Canadian confederation and home rule. May be taught concurrently with HST 514. Cannot receive credit for both HST 614 and HST 514.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 615 American Environmental History

    Survey of humankind's relationship with nature and the environment in what is now the United States from pre-Columbian times to the present. Will especially focus on the impact of American development on the environment, the impact of the environment on the development of the United States, and the significance of the many different ideas and images concerning nature and the environment throughout American history. May be taught concurrently with HST 515. Cannot receive credit for both HST 515 and HST 615.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 616 American Religious History

    Impact of religious thought and religious leaders on the history of the United States. May be taught concurrently with HST 516. Cannot receive credit for both HST 516 and HST 616.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Spring

    Projected offerings

  • HST 617 Legal and Constitutional History of the United States

    The origins of American constitutionalism, The Philadelphia Convention, the historical context of the changes in the law, in the Constitution, and in the courts since 1789, and the development of the law profession and legal education. May be taught concurrently with HST 517. Cannot receive credit for both HST 517 and HST 617.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 618 Colonial America

    Character, development and modification of the English Empire in North America. May be taught concurrently with HST 518. Cannot receive credit for both HST 518 and HST 618.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 619 The American Revolution

    Origins of the Revolution, War of Independence, and the society, government, and economy of the Revolutionary and Confederation eras. May be taught concurrently with HST 519. Cannot receive credit for both HST 519 and HST 619.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 621 Early American Republic

    Study of America, 1780s-1840s. Topics will include the development of constitutional government and federalism, mix of republican ideology and capitalism, causes and results of the War of 1812, first and second political party systems, social reform, and economic development. May be taught concurrently with HST 521. Cannot receive credit for both HST 521 and HST 621.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 623 Nineteenth Century America

    Emphasis upon how the ideas and values that constituted the original meaning of America (namely, the republicanism of the American Revolution) were transformed in response to the Commercial and Industrial Revolutions of nineteenth century America, producing two major crises of the century: the Civil War and Populist Revolt. Included is the transition of the United States from an agrarian society of economically and politically independent farmers to a depersonalized industrial nation of largely dependent salaried employees and wage earners. May be taught concurrently with HST 523. Cannot receive credit for both HST 523 and HST 623.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 624 Civil War and Reconstruction

    The sectional conflict, the Civil War, and Reconstruction examined from political, military, social, and economic perspectives, with emphasis on differing historical interpretations of the causes of the war, the South's defeat, and the limits of Reconstruction. May be taught concurrently with HST 524. Cannot receive credit for both HST 524 and HST 624.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 625 Gilded Age/Progressive Era America, 1865-1920

    Political, economic, social and intellectual development of the United States from the end of the Civil War through World War I and its aftermath. May be taught concurrently with HST 525. Cannot receive credit for both HST 525 and HST 625.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 628 U.S. History Since 1945

    The Cold War, politics from Truman through the Reagan presidency; the social conflict of the 1960s; the civil rights movement; the Great Society; Vietnam; and the Reagan revolution. May be taught concurrently with HST 528. Cannot receive credit for both HST 528 and HST 628.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 631 African American Leaders and Movements

    Study of African American leaders and movements in the United States, with emphasis on the period since World War II. May be taught concurrently with HST 531. Cannot receive credit for both HST 531 and HST 631.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 636 History of Missouri

    Economic, social, political and constitutional history of the state; role played by Missouri in national affairs. May be taught concurrently with HST 536. Cannot receive credit for both HST 536 and HST 636.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 637 History of the American West

    Westward movement in America as history and myth; influence of the West on American society and character. May be taught concurrently with HST 537. Cannot receive credit for both HST 537 and HST 637.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 638 History of the American South, 1607-Present

    Development of the South's social, economic and intellectual distinctiveness, with an emphasis on slavery, the plantation system, sectional conflict, modernization, Populism, disfranchisement, segregation, Dixie Demagogues and the Civil Rights Movement. May be taught concurrently with HST 538. Cannot receive credit for both HST 538 and HST 638.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 641 The Ancient Near East to 1200 BCE

    Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians and Hittites; special reference to Hebrew scripture. Interrelationships among ancient civilizations; readings from original sources in English translation. May be taught concurrently with HST 541. Cannot receive credit for both HST 541 and HST 641.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Fall

    Projected offerings

  • HST 642 Ancient Israel

    History of Israel to the end of the Persian period with special reference to the Canaanites, Mycenaeans, Philistines, Phoenicians, Assyrians, Chaldeans, and Persians. May be taught concurrently with HST 542. Cannot receive credit for both HST 542 and HST 642.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Spring

    Projected offerings

  • HST 643 History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

    The Arab-Israeli conflict in its historical and contemporary terms. The course covers three periods: The first period examines the roots of Arab and Jewish historical/biblical claims to Palestine before 1939. The second period from 1939 to 1982 analyzes the causes and effects of the Arab-Israeli wars. The third period from 1982 to 1991 covers the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the Palestinian uprising (Intifada), and the peace process. May be taught concurrently with HST 543. Cannot receive credit for both HST 543 and HST 643.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 644 Women in Islam

    This course examines the complexities of Middle Eastern culture through the lens of gender, focusing on women in Islamic society. Course will examine and critique current scholarly and journalistic literature (largely by Muslim women), films and documentaries, and current events in order to better understand current social, political, and economic developments in the Middle East. Special emphasis is on Egypt and Iran, which have enjoyed the lion's share of academic and legal attention. While the focus is on the modern Middle East, coverage also includes a historical review of scriptural roots and socio-political structures from the Middle Ages until today. The course has been designed as a quasi-seminar, where students meet in round-table fashion and discuss together readings that have been prepared in advance, in combination with lecture. May be taught concurrently with HST 544. Cannot receive credit for both HST 644 and HST 544.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 645 Medieval Europe

    History of Medieval France, Germany, and the Papacy from the 5th Century to the 16th Century. May be taught concurrently with HST 545. Cannot receive credit for both HST 545 and HST 645.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Fall

    Projected offerings

  • HST 648 The Renaissance

    Europe from about 1320 to about 1550, in the transition period from Medieval civilization to Modern Civilization; history of ideas and culture. May be taught concurrently with HST 548. Cannot receive credit for both HST 548 and HST 648.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 649 The Reformation

    Early modern period of European history, 1500-1648. Religious controversy, religious wars, growth of the secular state. May be taught concurrently with HST 549. Cannot receive credit for both HST 549 and HST 649.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 651 The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era

    Causes and phases of the Revolution in France; the expansion of the Revolution; rise and downfall of Napoleon. May be taught concurrently with HST 551. Cannot receive credit for both HST 551 and HST 651.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 653 History of Europe in the 19th Century, 1815-1918

    Forces unleashed by the French Revolution and other movements, including liberalism, reaction, nationalism, industrialization, and imperialism. May be taught concurrently with HST 553. Cannot receive credit for both HST 553 and HST 653.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 659 Germany, 1815-Present

    The unification process, the German Empire, Weimar Republic, Third Reich, Germany as a European Great Power. May be taught concurrently with HST 559. Cannot receive credit for both HST 559 and HST 659.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 663 History of Fascism

    This course deals mainly with interwar fascist movements and regimes in Europe and examines such relevant questions as the intellectual origins of fascism; paramilitary violence after WWI; charismatic leadership; state terrorism; fascist art and propaganda; social policy; imperialism and war and genocide. It also examines the history of Right radical, fascist and post-fascist movement and regimes in Europe, Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Peru), United States, South Africa, the Middle East (Egypt, Syria and Iraq) and Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Congo, Uganda) after 1945. May be taught concurrently with HST 563. Cannot receive credit for both HST 663 and HST 563.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 664 History of the Holocaust

    Envisioned as a multi-disciplinary class, this course examines the complex history of the Holocaust during the Second World War. It discusses such important topics as the life of Jewish communities in Germany and Eastern Europe before 1933; Jewish emancipation; the rise of political anti-Semitism; Hitler and the creation of the Third Reich; discrimination against racial outsiders and "asocials"; the life of Jews in Nazi Germany; the "twisted road to Auschwitz"; the historical debates on the origins of the genocide; the social and psychological make-up of the perpetrators; the role of bystanders both in Germany and other parts of Europe; Jewish resistance and finally the memory of the Holocaust in Germany, Israel, United States and Eastern Europe. May be taught concurrently with HST 564. Cannot receive credit for both HST 664 and HST 564.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 666 Victorian and Edwardian England

    This course will examine the impact of industrialization; wealth, poverty and the rise of class; reform movements; origins of the welfare state; emergence of the Labour party, and the slow eclipse of aristocratic power and influence. May be taught concurrently with HST 566. Cannot receive credit for both HST 566 and HST 666.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 671 China in the Twentieth Century

    An intensive study of the transformation of China from a Confucian, Feudal state to a Communist world power. May be taught concurrently with HST 571. Cannot receive credit for both HST 571 and HST 671.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 673 History and Archaeology of the Middle East

    Archaeology as a tool for historical inquiry is the focus of this course. In this course students will become familiar with the problems and methods of the discipline as they related to the larger questions of Middle Eastern history, including migration and settlement, the impact of war, land use and ecological issues, religion and identity, transformations of the traditional Middle Eastern household, and the relations between local society and the state. Topics covered in lectures and students' projects include the use of textual sources, palaeography, and other methodological challenges; historic preservation and heritage management; legal issues and the politics of archaeology; and museum work. Case studies in the course chronologically range from ancient to Ottoman-era sites, but the focus of the course is the medieval era (Byzantine, Crusader, Islamic). A series of lectures, hands-on work with the Jordan study collection, and documentaries will expose the student to the wide range of disciplines pulled into the service of archaeology and different methodologies. Special emphasis is placed on current fieldwork at Tall Hisban in Jordan and the Northern Jordan Project. Enrollment in this course is strongly encouraged for students interested in joining the Jordan Archaeology Field School as Study Away in the summers. May be taught concurrently with HST 573. Cannot receive credit for both HST 673 and HST 573.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Spring

    Projected offerings

  • HST 674 Jordan Archaeology Study Away

    Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 673. This course is a formal archaeological field school--with field, lab, and classroom components--held on-site in Jordan as an MSU Study Away Program in the summers. The field school provides hands-on training in archaeological excavation and post-season object analysis techniques; students will also participate in several projects related to site presentation, architectural preservation, and community outreach that are running concurrently with the project. The field school rotates between the Tall Hisban excavations and the Northern Jordan Project (NJP), held at each site in alternative summers. Excursions to sites of archaeological, historical, religious, and cultural interest are organized on weekends. Students attending the field school are strongly encouraged to take HST 673 beforehand. The program, depending on the research objectives that year, will run 3-6 weeks. May be taught concurrently with HST 574. Cannot receive credit for both HST 674 and HST 574.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    Lab contact hours:

    Typically offered: Summer

    Projected offerings

  • HST 682 Mexico from Colony to Nation

    Mexican history from the colonial period to the Revolution of 1910. May be taught concurrently with HST 587. Cannot receive credit for both HST 587 and HST 682.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 688 Twentieth-Century Mexico

    Mexico from the Revolution of 1910 to the present, emphasizing Mexico's influence upon the Cuban Nicaraguan and other revolutions; its role as a member of the Middle American Community and of Latin America at large. May be taught concurrently with HST 588. Cannot receive credit for both HST 588 and HST 688.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 697 Topics in History

    The topics studied will change from term to term depending on the interests of professors and students. May be repeated as topics change. Variable Content Course. May be taught concurrently with HST 597. Cannot receive credit for both HST 597 and HST 697.

    Credit hours:
    1-3
    Lecture contact hours:
    Lab contact hours:

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 698 Internship in Public History

    Prerequisite: permission of department head.

    Supervised and approved work in a public or private agency which manages a museum, archive, or historic sites. One credit hour is awarded for each 40 hours of service. May be repeated for credit but only 3 hours may be counted towards the MA major in History. May be taught concurrently with HST 599. Cannot receive credit for both HST 599 and HST 698.

    Credit hours:
    1-3
    Lecture contact hours:
    Lab contact hours:

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 701 Historiography and Historical Method

    Various philosophies of history and theories concerning method, purpose and meaning of history; problems of research.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Fall

    Projected offerings

  • HST 702 Secondary School Curriculum for the Social Studies

    Foundation course in the development and organization of the secondary school curriculum with an emphasis toward issues within social studies curriculum. This course meets the MSED degree requirements for social studies or history majors only.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 710 Ancient History Research Seminar

    Prerequisite: HST 701.

    A seminar in ancient history, providing a study in depth of a chosen topic as well as the historiography of the topic for the graduate student. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 720 American History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in chosen periods and topics in American History for the graduate student. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 725 The Upland South Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in the history of the Upland South (the Ozarks and Appalachia) for the graduate student.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 730 American History Research Seminar

    Prerequisite: HST 701.

    In-depth study of a chosen topic as well as the historiography of the topic for graduate students.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 740 European History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in chosen periods and topics in European history for the graduate student. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 750 European History Research Seminar

    Prerequisite: HST 701.

    In-depth study of a chosen topic as well as the historiography of the topic for the graduate student. May be repeated for credit with department consent.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 760 Latin American History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in chosen periods and topics in Iberian and Latin American history for the graduate student. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 770 Ancient Near East History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in chosen periods and topics in Ancient Near East history for graduate student. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 775 Middle East History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. This proseminar in the Middle East introduces students to the historiography of the medieval Middle East (defined as the Arab heartland, Persia, and Anatolia), familiarizing them with the range of primary and secondary sources available for study, methodological approaches to using them, and the most important debates in modern scholarship generated by them. Through seminar discussions and debates based on intensive reading, students learn and practice historical method, tailored to this field. Among the topics covered in this course are the nature (and pitfalls) of medieval Arabic texts; how archives are created; the development of medieval Islamic historiography by contemporary Muslim and modern historians; the problematic of medieval political theory in the Arab, Persian, and Turkish worlds; the development of classical Islamic institutions; alternative state forms and how they developed; the impact of developments in the Middle East for world history; and the transition in this region to the modern era.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 780 World History Research Seminar

    Prerequisite: HST 701.

    In-depth study, in African, East Asian, Latin American, or Middle Eastern history, of a chosen topic as well as the historiography of the topic for the graduate student. May be repeated up to 6 hours for credit with departmental consent.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Spring

    Projected offerings

  • HST 783 Women's History Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources relating to women's history, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing, and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 784 The American Revolution Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources relating to the American Revolution, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing, and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 785 The Civil War in Missouri Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources relating to the Civil War in Missouri, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing, and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 786 American Social History Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources relating to American social history, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing, and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 787 American Education Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources relating to American education, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing, and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 790 World History Readings Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Readings in chosen periods and topics in world history, comparative history, or a study involving at least two global areas such as diaspora studies. May be repeated up to 9 hours.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 792 World History Primary Source Seminar

    Recommended Prerequisite: HST 701. Students will study seminal primary and secondary sources related to world history, discussing and analyzing their content, origins, and context in order to understand their application to the research, writing and teaching of history.

    Credit hours:
    3
    Lecture contact hours:
    3
    Lab contact hours:
    0

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 796 Readings in History

    Prerequisite: permission of supervising professor and permission of department head.

    Arranged program of readings for the individual student directed by a professor of the graduate faculty. May be repeated once for credit.

    Credit hours:
    1-3
    Lecture contact hours:
    Lab contact hours:

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings

  • HST 799 Thesis

    Prerequisite: permission of Director of History Graduate Program.

    Independent research and study connected with preparation of thesis.

    Credit hours:
    1-6
    Lecture contact hours:
    Lab contact hours:

    Typically offered: Upon demand

    Projected offerings