Online Course Offerings for Spring 2018

HIST 210-02 Western Civilization

A brief survey of ancient Near Eastern civilization, history of Greek and Roman peoples, feudalism, medieval church, crusades, Renaissance and Reformation.

HIST 211-01 Western Civilization

The Age of Absolute Monarchy, the French Revolution and Napoleon, Age of Nationalism and the two World Wars.

HIST 212-01 Non-Western World History

A survey of the historical interaction of the specific civilizations which together comprise non-Western world civilization in their intellectual, political, economic, and religious aspects.

HIST 215-02 Introduction to Latin America

A concise review of the history of Latin America from the Aztec and Inca to contemporary affairs. Designed to introduce the student to highlights of political, social, economic, and cultural themes which have coalesced to distinguish these societies in this important part of the Third World.

HIST 250-03 American History

American history covering the period from 1492 to 1865.

HIST 251-05 American History

American history covering the period from 1865 to present.

HIST 251-06 American History

American history covering the period from 1865 to present.

HIST 315 American Military History

A survey of American military history.

HIST 468 Digital History

This course explores the use of digital tools and sources in historical research and the sharing of historical information with public and scholarly audiences.

HIST 492 Soviet Russia

The 1917 revolution and the development of the Soviet state with an emphasis on domestic policies.