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

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 Studysort descending
807.01 Seminar in Medieval History I Graduate

Research topic to be announced.

Medieval History
807.02 Seminar in Medieval History II Graduate

Continuation of 807.01.

Medieval History
506 History of Early Christianity Undergraduate and Graduate

Christian origins and expansion to 600 A.D.; conflict with Roman Empire; internal dissent; basic institutions; Christian intellectuals; the imperial established church; monasticism; papacy; the barbarians and Christianity.

Medieval History
508.01 Medieval Europe I: 300-1100 Undergraduate and Graduate

Europe 300-1100; Roman decline, Christianization of Europe, barbarian invasions; Carolingian renaissance; early feudalism and manorialism; investiture contest; crusades; economic and intellectual revival.

Medieval History
508.02 Medieval Europe II: 1100-1450 Undergraduate and Graduate

Europe 1100-1500; the 12th-century Renaissance; classical feudalism; rise of Christendom; the great economic revival; universities and scholasticism; religious dissent; and 14th-century crises.

Medieval History
508.03 Medieval England Undergraduate and Graduate

England from the Roman conquest to 1485; Anglo-Saxon society and institutions; the Norman conquest; law and Parliament; social, intellectual, and economic growth of the English people.

Medieval History
706.01 Advanced Readings in Medieval History Graduate

Advanced reading course in sources and monographs on the principal issues and problems in medieval history, with a stress on bibliography.

Medieval History
706.02 Late Medieval Paleography and Diplomatics Undergraduate and Graduate

Cursive hands in literature and diplomas, 1200-1500; the development of chanceries; notariats, secretariats, and the science of diplomatics; exercises with facsimiles, slides, and microfilm.

Medieval History
507 History of Medieval Christianity Undergraduate

The late ancient and early medieval church; the papacy and the Carolingians; the Cluniac reform; the new monasticism; heresy; the problems of late medieval Christianity.

Medieval History
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