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Want to know what courses will be offered in future semesters? Plan out your future by reading the department's planned offerings.

If you have questions about what you should register for, please contact the Department of History's undergraduate advisor Tawona Adedokun.

Course trailers

HIS 3051 U02 Course Trailer: History of American Conservatism

AMH 4273 Course Trailer: America in the Sixties


Undergraduate courses

Spring 2021 courses

Course offerings may change between now and the start of the semester.

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

  • GL – Course fulfills the global learning discipline specific UCC requirement.
  • HY – Hyflex courses will be mostly remote but include some in-person meetings on campus.

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

Meets on Campus at a set time – **might be moved to remote**

Junior Seminar

  • HIS 3051: Blacks in Paris: the African Diaspora in the City of Light (H. Jones) HY
  • HIS 3051: History of American Conservatism (Maxwell) HY

Senior Seminar

  • HIS 4935: America and the Movies (Kube) HY 
  • HIS 4935: Islamic Reform and Politics in the Modern Middle East (Abi-Hamad) HY

United States

  • AMH 3560: History of Women in the U.S. from Colonial times to the Present (Ardalan) HY

Europe

  • EUH 4408: Age of Alexander (Davies) 
  • UH 4312: History of Spain (Terry-Roisin) HY 
  • HIS 3304: Blacks in Paris (H. Jones) HY GL

Latin America

  • LAH 4932: Topics in Latin American History: Brazil - Religion, Politics, and Society (Bidegain) 
  • LAH 4932: Topics in Latin American HistoryReligious Experience of Women through Latin American History (Bidegain)

World or Comparative History

  • HIS 3304: Blacks in Paris (H. Jones) HY GL