Category: 1000 Lower-Level Survey Electives

HIST 1001: United States History I

Mondays & Wednesdays 10:10- 11:05 am + Thursday/Friday Discussion Sections (times vary) Dr. Christopher Phillips This course explores the settlement and expansion of the American colonies as a…

HIST 1001: United States History I Spring

Online Asynchronous This course explores the settlement and expansion of the American colonies as a pluralistic society in which attempts at inclusion were challenged by distinct structures of…

HIST 1001: United States History I Summer Sessions

Online Asynchronous (Session D): 5/6/24–6/19/24 Austin Hall §  Examinations: held during last class meeting  (Session B): 7/ 1/ 24–8/3/24 Diamond Crowder §  Examinations: held during last class meeting This course explores the settlement…

HIST 1002: United States History II Summer Sessions

Online Asynchronous (Full Semester): 5/ 6/24–8/3/24 Erena Nakashima Examinations: held during the last class meeting (Session A): 5/28/24–6/30/24 Tony Russomanno * Examinations: held during last class meeting (Session E): 6/20/24–8/3/24 Alysha…

HIST 1004: World History II Summer Sessions

Online Asynchronous May-Mester (Session M): 5/6/24–5/26/24, Dan Farrell §  Examinations: held during last class meeting This course is an introductory survey of world history from approximately 1450 to the present….

HIST 1001: United States History I

Online Asynchronous Anthony Russomanno This course explores the settlement and expansion of the American colonies as a pluralistic society in which attempts at inclusion were challenged by distinct…

HIST 1002: United States History II

Mondays & Wednesdays, 10:10 – 11:05 AM + Discussion Sections Dr. Anne Steinert This course is the second part of a two-semester sequence that surveys U.S. history from…

HIST 1002: United States History II

Online Asynchronous Russomanno  This course is the second part of a two-semester sequence that surveys U.S. history from the end of Reconstruction through the late 20th century. Emphasizing…

HIST 1003: World History I

Asynchronous Online Daniel Farrell This course investigates the origins, development, and interactions of world cultures from ancient times to roughly 1500 AD. Key topics considered in the course…

HIST 1003: World History I

Lecture Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:15-12:10 pm + Friday Discussion Sections (time varies) Dr. Willard Sunderland This course investigates the origins, development, and interactions of world cultures from ancient…

HIST 1004: World History II

Online Asynchronous Dr. Cavus This course is an introductory survey of world history from approximately 1450 to the present. In this roughly five hundred-year period, the world has been…

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