History Courses

Course Number Course Title Course Description
HIS1111 Public History. (1) This course will introduce students to the professional principles and practices in the care and management of history museum collections, including collections development, museum registration methods, cataloging, collections care, conservation and preservation. Two hours per week.
HIS1121 Public History. (1) This course will introduce students to the professional principles and practices in the care and management of history museum collections, including collections development, museum registration methods, cataloging, collections care, conservation and preservation. Two hours per week.
HIS2111 Public History. (1) This course will introduce students to the professional principles and practices in the care and management of history museum collections, including collections development, museum registration methods, cataloging, collections care, conservation and preservation. Two hours per week.
HIS2121 Public History. (1) This course will introduce students to the professional principles and practices in the care and management of history museum collections, including collections development, museum registration methods, cataloging, collections care, conservation and preservation. Two hours per week.
HIS1163 World Civilization I. (3) A general survey of world history from ancient times to the 1500's. Three lecture hours per week.
HIS1173 World Civilization II. (3) A general survey of world history from the 1500's to modern times. Three lecture hours per week.
HIS1613 Survey of African American History. (3) Prerequisite: This is a survey of African American history from the study of one or more African civilizations. Three lecture hours per week.
HIS2213 American (U.S.) History I. (3) This is a survey of American (U.S.) history from before the Colonial Period through reconstruction. Three lecture hours per week.
HIS2223 American (U.S.) History II. (3) This is a survey of American (U.S.) History from reconstruction to the present. Three lecture hours per week.
HIS2913 Special Problems in History/Social Studies. (3) Prerequisite:  completion with a grade of "C" or better in any survey history course (e.g., HIS 1163, 1173, Special topics in History/Social Studies. Credit and title to be determined. Topics will vary from semester to semester. This course is to be used on a limited basis to offer expansion upon subject matter areas covered in existing courses. (Courses limited to two offerings under one title within two academic years.)