History is both the study and the research of major social, political, cultural, and economics events of the past. Applying the results of historical study is important for the preservation and future growth of nations and institutions. Knowledge of the past can enable individuals to develop pride and appreciation for the past accomplishments of others. In addition, a through understanding of past problems and the strategies used to resolve them can help humans to plan their present and future lives more effectively. Historical study is normally divided into ancient, medieval, or modern.
101 HISTORY OF WESTERN EUROPE
History 101 studies the growth of western European civilization from the decline of the Roman Empire to the 17th Century.
102 HISTORY OF WESTERN EUROPE
History 102 studies the growth of western European civilization from the 17th century to the present time.
103 HISTORY OF EARLY LATIN AMERICA
History 103 is a general survey of the history of Latin America from discovery to independence.
104 HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICA
History 104 is a general survey of 19th and 20th century Latin American History.
105 20TH CENTURY CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
History 105 is an introductory course focusing on the contemporary political, economic and social history in Central America and the Caribbean.
106 HISTORY AND POLITICS OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE
History 106 is the study of the political, social, economic and cultural development of the Russian people from earliest days to the contemporary period.
107 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION
History 107 is a general political survey of the world from earliest times to the Carolingian Empire, c. 800, with emphasis on the development of human ideas, arts, and institutions.
108 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION
History 108 is a general political survey of the world from the Carolingian Empire c. 800 to the French revolution, c. 1789, with emphasis on the development of human ideas, arts, and institutions.
109 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION
History 109 is a general political survey of the world from the French Revolution c. 1789, to the present, with emphasis on the development of human ideas, arts, and institutions.
110 U.S. HISTORY
History 110 is an interpretation of the more meaningful and significant issues, events and ideas which have played a major role in shaping present day America.
111 WOMAN IN AMERICAN HISTORY
History 111 is a survey of the history of women in America from the colonial period to the present with emphasis on relevant political, economic, and social factors.
113 HISTORY OF MEXICO
History 113 is an in-depth study of the emergence of the Mexican institutions and traditions from Pre-Colombian societies to the present.
114 HISTORY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA
History 114 is a survey of the prehistory, discovery, exploration, settlement, and modern development of the Baja California states of Mexico.
115 REBELLIOUS WOMEN IN MODERN AMERICA
History 115 investigates the legal, economic, political, and social issues surrounding the dramatic transformation of gender relationships in contemporary society.
116 ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE U.S.
History 116 is a history of the economic development of the United States from its settlement to the present.
117 HISTORY OF THE U.S.
History 117 is a survey course that looks in depth at United States history from the colonial period to Reconstruction.
118 HISTORY OF THE U.S.
History 118 is a survey course that looks in depth at United States history from Post-Reconstruction period to the present.
119 HISTORY OF THE FAR EAST
History 119 is a general survey of East Asian civilization from antiquity through nineteenth century.
120 HISTORY OF THE FAR EAST
History 120 is a general survey of China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia in the international community from the nineteenth century to the present.
121 ARMENIAN HISTORY
History 121 is a survey of the history of the Armenian people form 1,000 B.C. to the present.
122 CALIFORNIA HISTORY
History 122 is a survey of the discovery, exploration, and settlement of California.
131 HISTORY OF AFRICA SINCE 1800
History 131 surveys the development of Africa from 1800 to the present.
132 HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINES
History 132 examines the geographical, cultural, and historical realities of the Philippines, from the Spanish colonial period to the present.
133 HISTORY OF SCIENCE
History 133 is a history of the notable scientific ideas and discoveries in Western civilization.
135 HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR
History 135 studies the background of U.S. involvement in Vietnam from the French occupation to the winding down of the war during the Nixon years.
136 WAR: HISTORY, CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
History 136 explores the history, causes, and potential solutions to the problem of war.
150 UNITED STATES HISTORY AND ITS ARTISTIC EXPRESSION
History 150 examines the political, social, and cultural or artistic history of the United States from the Colonial Era through the present.
151 The U.S. IN THE 20TH CENTURY
History 151 analyzes the political, economic, and social history of the United States since 1900. Special emphasis is placed on the post-World War II period.
152 RADICALS AND REBELS: SOCIAL PROTEST IN THE 1960'S
History 152 introduces students to the history of protest movements in the 1960's, focusing on the period 1954 to 1974. Particular emphasis will be placed on an examination of the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's moment and the counter-culture.