History (HIST)

HIST 58100 Seminar in European History (LA)

Advanced study of historical content, method, and research on special topics in European history. Intensive discussions of assigned readings, the writing of a research paper, and the development of an instructional unit plan relevant to the social studies curriculum. Prerequisite: Graduate student in good standing or permission of instructor. (Y)
3 Credits

HIST 58200 Seminar in Global History (LA)

Advanced study of historical content, method, and research on special topics in global history. Intensive discussions of assigned readings, the writing of a research paper, and the development of an instructional unit plan relevant to the social studies curriculum. Prerequisite: Graduate student in good standing or permission of instructor. (Y)
3 Credits

HIST 58300-58301 History Seminar, United States (LA)

Advanced study of historical content, method, and research on special topics in United States history. Intensive discussions of assigned readings, the writing of a research paper, and the development of an instructional unit plan relevant to the social studies curriculum. Prerequisite: Graduate student in good standing or permission of instructor. (Y)
3 Credits

HIST 58302 History Seminar: United States (LA)

Introduction to problems of historical method and research in U.S. history. Must be taken at home campus. Prerequisites: permission of instructor. (F-S,Y)
3 Credits

HIST 59900 Independent Study in History (LA)

Special research on an individual project arranged by a student with a particular faculty member. The project may include reading books and writing papers under the guidance of the faculty member, with a performance expectation of graduate-level work. Offered on demand only. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. (IRR)
1-3 Credits