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Courses Approved for Historical Study

General Education courses that satisfy the Historical Study requirement are:

  • AMS 301  Interpretations of American Culture
  • ASI 111  Core Integrated Studies: The Roots and Development of Modern Cultures and Values
    Note: Core Program students only; meets HST and REL humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 110  Development of Western Culture in a Global Context
    Note: Core Program students only; meets HST and REL humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 112  Core Integrated Studies: The Roots and Development of Modern Cultures and Values 
    Note: Core Program students only; meets HST and REL humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 120  Development of Western Culture in a Global Context
    Note: Core Program students only; meets HST and REL humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 320  Cities and Energy
  • ASI 342  Special Topics in Historical Study
    Note: Specific topics approved for designated cluster. Consult semester class schedule.
  • CMM 350  Propaganda Analysis
  • CMM 416  Development of Mass Media
  • GER 341  German Culture and Civilization
  • HSS 275  History of Sport and Physical Education
  • HST 103  The West and The World
  • HST 198  History Scholars’ Seminar
    Note: Berry Scholars only for students entering prior to Fall 2010.
  • HST 220 Ancient History
  • HST 251  American History to 1865
  • HST 252  American History since 1865
  • HST 260  Asian History
  • HST 280  Middle East History
  • HST 302  History of Ancient Greece
  • HST 303  History of the Roman Republic and Empire
  • HST 304  Ancient History and Modern Ideology
  • HST 305  Medieval Europe
  • HST 307  Renaissance and Reformation
  • HST 308  Shakespeare's Worlds
  • HST 313  The Dual Revolution and Its Consequences – Europe 1815 – 1914
  • HST 314  Modern Europe in Decline – 1890 - 1945
  • HST 315  Europe in the Postwar Era-1945 to the Present
  • HST 316  Beethoven and His Era
  • HST 320  European Military History
  • HST 321  Modern France
  • HST 322  History of England
  • HST 324  Comparative Nationalism
  • HST 326  Russia, The Soviet Union and Beyond, 1860-Present
  • HST 327  National Cultures of the Soviet Union and Its Successor States
  • HST 328  History of Eastern Europe
  • HST 330  History of East Asia to 1800
  • HST 333  Modern Middle East
  • HST 334  History of the Palestinian - Israeli Conflict
  • HST 335  History of South Asia
  • HST 336  History of Africa to Nineteenth Century
  • HST 337  History of Africa - Nineteenth Century to the Present
  • HST 338  State and Secession in South Asia
  • HST 340  History of Science
  • HST 341  Historical Perspectives on Science, Technology, and Society
  • HST 342  Environmental History of the Americas
  • HST 343  History of Civil Engineering
  • HST 344  History of Science, Technology, and the Modern Corporation
  • HST 346  History of American Aviation
  • HST 347  Sex, Race, and Science
  • HST 348  Life and Technology
  • HST 349  Technology and the Culture of War
  • HST 350  Gay and Lesbian U.S. History
  • HST 351  American Women’s and Gender History
  • HST 352  History of the American Family
  • HST 353  History of Women in European Societies
  • HST 354  History of Women and Gender in the Middle East
  • HST 355  American Urban History
  • HST 356  Comparative History of Women in the Third World
  • HST 357  Latin America in the Twentieth Century
  • HST 358  Social and Cultural History of Latin America
  • HST 359  History of American City Planning
  • HST 360  U.S. Legal and Constitutional History I
  • HST 361  U.S. Legal and Constitutional History II
  • HST 365  American Films as History
  • HST 370  Economic and Business History of the United States
  • HST 371  United States Working Class
  • HST 372  History of Religion in the United States
  • HST 374  Ireland and America
  • HST 375  History of U.S. Foreign Relations
  • HST 376  Social and Cultural History of the United States
  • HST 377  Contemporary American History
  • HST 378  History of Global Immigrants to the United States
  • HST 380  Native American History
  • HST 382  History of Mexico
  • HST 383  History of the Caribbean
  • HST 384  Economic History of Latin America
  • HST 385  The Atlantic World, 1492-1800
  • HST 391  American Architectural History and Preservation
  • HST 398  History of Blacks in the United States, 1526 to 1900
  • HST 399  History of Blacks in the United States since 1900
  • MST 310  Reading the Signs of the Times
  • MUS 301  Music History and Literature I
  • PSY 471  History of Psychology
  • THR 415  History of the Theatre I
  • THR 425  History of the Theatre II
  • VAH 360  Art History and Feminism
  • VAH 382  History of Photography I
  • VAH 480  Twentieth-Century Art I