Department of History - Dulles Hall.
Department of History - Dulles Hall.

100-Level Curriculum

Curriculum Numbering

1000—1099

UG (Undergraduate) - Non Credit Courses

 

Non-credit courses for orientation, remedial, or other non-college level experiences. These are courses in addition to a program's graduation requirements.

1100—1999

UG - Introductory Level Undergraduate Courses

 

Basic courses providing undergraduate credit, but not to be counted toward a major or field of specialization in any department. Courses at this level are beginning courses, required or elective courses that may be prerequisite to other courses.

2000—2999

UG - Intermediate Level Undergraduate Courses

 

Intermediate courses providing undergraduate credit and may be counted toward a major or field of specialization.

3000—3999

UG - Upper Level Undergraduate Courses

 

Upper Level courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization.

4000—4999

UG - Advanced Level Undergraduate Courses

 

Advanced Level courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization. Graduate students may enroll in and receive graduate credit for 4000-level courses outside their own graduate program.

5000—5999

UG and G (Graduate) - Dual Career Level Courses

 

Courses that are regularly offered for both graduate credit and undergraduate credit. Advanced Level courses providing undergraduate credit that may be counted toward a major or field of specialization. Foundational coursework and research providing graduate or professional credit.

6000—6999

G - Foundational Level Graduate and Professional Courses

 

Foundational courses and research providing graduate or professional credit.

7000—7999

G - Intermediate Level Graduate and Professional Courses

 

Intermediate courses and research providing graduate or professional credit.

8000—8999

G - Advanced Level Graduate and Professional Courses

 

Advanced courses and research providing graduate or professional credit.

Course Number Title Level Course Description Field of Study
111 Western Civilization: Antiquity to 17th Century Undergraduate

Ancient civilizations (Near East, Greece, Rome); barbarian invasions; medieval civilizations (Byzantium, Islam, Europe); Renaissance and Reformation.

European History; Early Modern European History
H111 Western Civilization: Antiquity to 17th Century (Honors) Undergraduate

Ancient civilizations (Near East, Greece, Rome); barbarian invasions; medieval civilizations (Byzantium, Islam, Europe); Renaissance and Reformation.

European History; Early Modern European History
112 Western Civilization: 17th Century through Modern Times Undergraduate

Political, scientific, and industrial revolutions; nationalism; the two world wars; decline of empires; the cold war. H112 (honors) may be available to students enrolled in an honors program or by permission of dept.

European History; Modern European History
H112 Western Civilization: 17th Century through Modern Times (Honors) Undergraduate

Political, scientific, and industrial revolutions; nationalism; the two world wars; decline of empires; the cold war. H112 (honors) may be available to students enrolled in an honors program or by permission of dept.

European History; Modern European History
121 African Civilizations to 1870 Undergraduate

Exploration of the political, social, and economic history of precolonial African civilizations, using a variety of interdisciplinary approaches and materials.

African History
122 African Civilizations, 1870 to the Present Undergraduate

Exploration of the political, social, and economic history of the colonial and independent African countries, using a variety of interdisciplinary approaches and materials.

African History
141 History of East Asia in the Pre-modern Era Undergraduate

Introduction to the societies and cultures of pre-modern China, Korea, and Japan; the countries that make up the geographical and cultural unit of East Asia.

East Asian History
142 History of East Asia in the Modern Era Undergraduate

Introduction to the transformation of societies and cultures of modern China, Korea, and Japan from the 17th century to the present.

East Asian History
151 American Civilization to 1877 Undergraduate

The political, constitutional, social, and economic development of the United States from the colonial period through the era of Reconstruction.

American History; US History to 1877
H151 American Civilization to 1877 (Honors) Undergraduate

The political, constitutional, social, and economic development of the United States from the colonial period through the era of Reconstruction.

American History; US History to 1877
152 American Civilization since 1877 Undergraduate

The political, constitutional, social, and economic development of the United States from the era of Reconstruction to the present.

American History; US History since 1877
H152 American Civilization since 1877 (Honors) Undergraduate

The political, constitutional, social, and economic development of the United States from the era of Reconstruction to the present.

American History; US History since 1877
171 Latin American Civilizations to 1825 Undergraduate

Latin American political, social, economic, and cultural history from Pre-Columbian times to independence (1825) focussing on imperialism, religion, minorities, war, and rebellion.

Latin American History
H171 Latin American Civilization to 1825 (Honors) Undergraduate

Latin American political, social, economic, and cultural history from Pre-Columbian times to independence (1825) focusing on imperialism, religion, minorities, war, and rebellion.

Latin American History
172 Latin American Civilizations since 1825 Undergraduate

Latin American political, social, economic, and cultural history from independence (1825) to the present focusing on neo-colonialism, instability, underdevelopment, militarism, and minorities

Latin American History
H172 Latin American Civilization Since 1825 (Honors) Undergraduate

Latin American political, social, economic, and cultural history from independence (1825) to the present focusing on neo-colonialism, instability, underdevelopment, militarism, and minorities.

Latin American History
181 World History to 1500 Undergraduate

History of the human community to 1500, primary emphasis on history of civilizations, and secondary emphasis on patterns of regional and hemispheric integration.

182 World History, 1500 to Present Undergraduate

History of the human community from 1500 to the present, primary emphasis on processes of global integration, and secondary emphasis on comparative civilization.