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Courses at the 00-level
Courses Numbered 100-199Introductory and General Education courses normally taken during the freshman and sophomore years.
Courses Numbered 200-299Other lower division courses and General Education courses.
Courses Numbered 300-399Courses taken by undergraduate students who have met the prerequisite(s); not accepted for credit toward graduate degrees.
Courses Numbered 500-599Courses open to graduate students. Normally these courses require a bachelor's degree as a prerequisite. In certain circumstances, qualified undergraduate students who have earned at least 90 credit hours may be admitted, with documented consent of the instructor and the appropriate dean.
General Education Offerings
- HIST 162: Perspectives on East Asia
- HIST 163: Perspectives on Africa
- HIST 164: Perspectives on Muslim History and Civilization
- HIST 165: Amerindian Peasants in Latin American History
- HIST 261: Russian Identity: Between East and West
- HIST 262: Social Issues in Technology
- HIST 263: Christianity in Global Perspective
- HIST 265: Confict Resolution: Africa and the World
- HIST 266: Globalization in Historical Perspective since 1500
- HIST 267: Europe and Beyond: Historical Reminiscences
- HIST 268: Civil Rights and National Liberation Movements
- HIST 269: Jazz and Civil Rights: Freedom Sounds
- HIST 272: Globalization 15th Century to the Present
- HIST 273: Latin America and Globalization, 1492-Present
- HIST 275: Russia from Beginning to End
- HIST 101: Multiple Voices: Africa in the World
- HIST 102: Multiple Voices: Asia in the World
- HIST 103: Multiple Voices: Europe in the World to 1600
- HIST 104: Multiple Voices: Europe in the World since 1600
- HIST 105: Multiple Voices: Latin America in the World
- HIST 106: Multiple Voices: Muslim Peoples in the World
- HIST 107: Multiple Voices: The United States in the World