Dec 05, 2019  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Health Studies

   •  HPR 5010E - Current Health Problems
   •  HPR 5010F - Current Health Problems
   •  HPR 5600 - Essentials of International Health
   •  HPR 5700 - Theories and Principles of Health Behavior
   •  HPR 5750 - Health Program Planning and Evaluation
   •  HPR 5765 - Epidemiology in Public Health
   •  HPR 5770 - Leadership and Ethics for Health Professionals
   •  HPR 5800 - Statistical Analysis for Health Professionals
   •  HPR 5810 - Research Methods for Health Professionals
   •  HPR 5900 - Graduate Project
   •  HPR 5950A - Thesis I
   •  HPR 5950B - Thesis II
   •  HPR 5980 - Internship
   •  HPR 5990 - Independent Study
   •  HPR 59901 - Independent Study
   •  HPR 59902 - Independent Study
   •  HPR 59903 - Independent Study

History

   •  HIS 4775A - Selected Topics in History A
   •  HIS 4775B - Selected Topics in History B
   •  HIS 4780 - Origins of Europe: Archeology
   •  HIS 4781 - The Arab-Israeli Conflict
   •  HIS 4782 - Modern Iran
   •  HIS 4785 - Crusade and Jihad: Religious Violence in the Islamo-Christian Tradition
   •  HIS 4800 - The Renaissance and Reformation.
   •  HIS 4810 - Europe in the Nineteenth Century.
   •  HIS 4815 - History of Ireland and the Irish, 1600 to Present
   •  HIS 4820 - The World in the Twentieth Century.
   •  HIS 4830 - Eastern Europe from World War I to the Present.
   •  HIS 4840 - Europe Since 1945.
   •  HIS 4845 - Women and Gender in Modern Europe
   •  HIS 4850 - Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
   •  HIS 4855 - Law, Disorder and Resistance in Mexico: Bandits and Rebels c. 1400-1997.
   •  HIS 4860 - Modern South Asia
   •  HIS 4863 - The Trojan War, History and Archaeology
   •  HIS 4865 - Alexander the Great
   •  HIS 4870 - The Two Koreas
   •  HIS 4880 - Modern Japan
   •  HIS 4900 - Historical Publishing.
   •  HIS 4903 - Colonial America to 1763.
   •  HIS 4904 - The American Revolution, 1763-1789.
   •  HIS 4910 - The Foundation of the American Constitutional and Political System.
   •  HIS 4911 - History of American Violence.
   •  HIS 4922 - Doing Media History
   •  HIS 4930 - Public History: Meaning and Method
   •  HIS 4940 - The Early Republic: United States, 1789-1848.
   •  HIS 4950 - The Emergence of Industrial America.
   •  HIS 4960 - Contemporary America.
   •  HIS 4970 - History of Ideas in America.
   •  HIS 4980 - The Vietnam War: An American and Vietnamese Ordeal
   •  HIS 5000 - Historiography.
   •  HIS 5001 - Summer Institute in Graduate History
   •  HIS 5010 - Leadership in Museums I: Administration of Historical Organizations
   •  HIS 5011 - Leadership in Museums II: Professional Development
   •  HIS 5020 - Historical Interpretation
   •  HIS 5030 - Introduction to Archival Methods
   •  HIS 5040 - Research in American Local History
   •  HIS 5050 - American Architecture
   •  HIS 5060 - Historic Preservation in the United States
   •  HIS 5090 - Care and Management of Historical Artifacts
   •  HIS 5110 - History Museum Exhibits I
   •  HIS 5111 - History Museum Exhibits II
   •  HIS 5112 - Digital Applications in Museums and Archives I
   •  HIS 5113 - Digital Applications in Museums and Archives II
   •  HIS 5150 - History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality in the United States
   •  HIS 5250 - Seminar in the History of Revolution.
   •  HIS 5310 - Seminar in Social, Intellectual, or Cultural History.
   •  HIS 5320 - Seminar in Diplomatic History.
   •  HIS 5330 - Material Life and Decorative Arts in America
   •  HIS 5340 - The Long Nineteenth Century in America
   •  HIS 5350 - Twentieth-Century American Cultural and Social History.
   •  HIS 5370 - Seminar in Early American History.
   •  HIS 5390 - Seminar in the Civil War Era.
   •  HIS 5420 - Slavery, Race and Diaspora in the Americas
   •  HIS 5430 - Modern Germany
   •  HIS 5440 - Ancient Persia: From the Achaemenids to the Sasanians
   •  HIS 5444 - Church and Society in Medieval Europe
   •  HIS 5800 - Proseminar in American History
   •  HIS 5810 - Proseminar in Premodern History
   •  HIS 5820 - Proseminar in Modern World History
   •  HIS 5999 - Capstone in Graduate History
   •  HIS 51601 - Seminar in American History I
   •  HIS 51602 - Seminar in American History II
   •  HIS 54001 - Seminar in European History I
   •  HIS 54002 - Seminar in European History II
   •  HIS 57001 - Seminar in World History I
   •  HIS 57002 - Seminar in World History II
   •  HIS 57101 - Seminar in Premodern History
   •  HIS 57102 - Seminar in Premodern History
   •  HIS 57103 - Seminar in Premodern History
   •  HIS 57201 - Seminar in Modern History
   •  HIS 57202 - Seminar in Modern History
   •  HIS 57203 - Seminar in Modern History
   •  HIS 59501 - Thesis I
   •  HIS 59511 - Non-credit Thesis I
   •  HIS 59512 - Non-credit Thesis II
   •  HIS 59801 - Internship in Historical Administration I
   •  HIS 59802 - Internship in Historical Administration II
   •  HIS 59803 - History Internship
   •  HIS 59901 - Independent Study I
   •  HIS 59902 - Independent Study II
 

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