Schedule of Classes




2022 Spring: January 12 - May 10
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Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
GVPT 495 Advanced Seminar in Political Science (3)
(Intended as a capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisites: WRTG 112 or equivalent and 9 upper-level credits in GVPT coursework. A study of political science that integrates knowledge gained through previous coursework and experience. The aim is to build on that conceptual foundation through integrative analysis, practical application, and critical thinking. Concepts and methods of political science are applied in producing a political, policy, or position paper for a project organization.
20864 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lebamoff, Mary Frances R Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
20317 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Barnum, Robert M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
20496 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Thompson, Ellen M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
20860 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Snyder, Jeffrey G Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
21996 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lucas, Heather J. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
22142 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Kieffner, Gary L. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22596 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: LaRocco, Jason J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22647 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Barnum, Robert M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22668 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: De Gross, Robert L Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23251 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Flynn, Kelsey Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23337 6384 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Anand, Lilia D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 115 World History I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from prehistory to the 1500s. The aim is to explain the impact of environmental conditions on the development of civilizations using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of civilizations; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27101 4025 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Th 7:00P-10:00P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: McNeilly, Donald P Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 116 World History II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from the 1500s to the present. The aim is to explain the development of new political and economic systems using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of nations and global systems; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
20848 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Tabyshalieva, Anara Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 116 World History II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from the 1500s to the present. The aim is to explain the development of new political and economic systems using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of nations and global systems; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
20849 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hicks, Daniel A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 116 World History II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from the 1500s to the present. The aim is to explain the development of new political and economic systems using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of nations and global systems; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22545 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Shay, Linda T Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 116 World History II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of global civilizations from the 1500s to the present. The aim is to explain the development of new political and economic systems using basic geographical knowledge; describe how human contacts, global connections, and migrations contribute to the development of nations and global systems; and compare the development of institutions (social, political, familial, cultural, and religious) to explain their impact on societal transformations. Focus is on examining what history is and thinking critically about history by analyzing historical approaches and methods.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27102 4050 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 M 7:00P-10:00P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Freeman, Damon Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
20429 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Van Tine, Shalon A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
20470 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Hayburn, Timothy J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
20843 7382 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Heeg, Jason Stanley Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
20844 7383 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McGaha, Richard Lee Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
22111 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Skjelver, Danielle J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
22125 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Arnold, David C Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
22206 6982 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Starr, Kristen A. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22976 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Van Tine, Shalon A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22977 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hayburn, Timothy J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23020 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Jodie H Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23024 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Pieczynski, Christopher J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23338 6384 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Conway, Jack L. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23486 6385 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Howard, Adam M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 125 Technological Transformations (3)
A focused survey of the intersection of technology and history and the evolutionary process that marks what we call progress. The objective is to apply historical precedent to everyday responsibilities and relationships in order to advance the goals and ideals of contemporary society; compare and contrast historical eras; and describe how events influence our sense of time, space, and technology.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27103 9660 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 W 6:00P-9:00P Open JB Langley-Ft Eustis (Hybrid)
Faculty: Pieczynski, Christopher J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 141 Western Civilization I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of the history of Western civilization from antiquity through the Reformation. The objective is to chart major societal changes; identify major conflicts and wars; describe the evolution of religions; and recognize how philosophy and the arts reflect and influence peoples' lives, cultures, and societies. The political, social, and intellectual developments that formed the values and institutions of the Western world are examined.
20826 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Fletcher, David T Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 141 Western Civilization I (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of the history of Western civilization from antiquity through the Reformation. The objective is to chart major societal changes; identify major conflicts and wars; describe the evolution of religions; and recognize how philosophy and the arts reflect and influence peoples' lives, cultures, and societies. The political, social, and intellectual developments that formed the values and institutions of the Western world are examined.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22683 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Fletcher, David T Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 142 Western Civilization II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of the history of Western civilization from the Reformation to modern times. The goal is to chart major societal changes; identify major conflicts and wars; describe the evolution of religions; and recognize how philosophy and the arts reflect and influence peoples' lives, cultures, and societies.
20823 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Guba, David A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 142 Western Civilization II (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A survey of the history of Western civilization from the Reformation to modern times. The goal is to chart major societal changes; identify major conflicts and wars; describe the evolution of religions; and recognize how philosophy and the arts reflect and influence peoples' lives, cultures, and societies.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22608 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Kopanic, Michael J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
20318 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Murphy, Michelle F Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
20818 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Stanger, Cary D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
21997 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Ackerman, Joshua I Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
22353 6981 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ballentyne, Daniel M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22597 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sander, Kathleen W Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22750 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Foster, Richard N Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23108 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lauro, Aneta M Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 156 History of the United States to 1865 (3)
A survey of the United States from colonial times to the end of the Civil War. The establishment and development of national institutions are traced. The aim is to locate, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 156 or HUMN 119.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
28400 6383 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Guidry, Chretien F Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 157 History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
A survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social developments since the Civil War. The objective is to use primary and secondary sources to describe U.S. historical events and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Discussion covers the rise of industry and the emergence of the United States as a world power. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 157 or HUMN 120.
20319 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Byrnes, Sean T Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 157 History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
A survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social developments since the Civil War. The objective is to use primary and secondary sources to describe U.S. historical events and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Discussion covers the rise of industry and the emergence of the United States as a world power. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 157 or HUMN 120.
21998 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Milkowich, Kelly J. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 157 History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
A survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social developments since the Civil War. The objective is to use primary and secondary sources to describe U.S. historical events and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Discussion covers the rise of industry and the emergence of the United States as a world power. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 157 or HUMN 120.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22595 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Diamond, David J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 157 History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
A survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social developments since the Civil War. The objective is to use primary and secondary sources to describe U.S. historical events and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Discussion covers the rise of industry and the emergence of the United States as a world power. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 157 or HUMN 120.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22634 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Pak, Kimberly Stokes Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 157 History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
A survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social developments since the Civil War. The objective is to use primary and secondary sources to describe U.S. historical events and interpret current events and ideas in a historical context. Discussion covers the rise of industry and the emergence of the United States as a world power. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 157 or HUMN 120.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22656 6382 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Mackey, Robert R Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 202 Principles of War (3)
A study of the nine classic principles that guide the conduct of war at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels and form the foundation of the art and science of the military profession. The aim is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore how past theory and practice have shaped the underlying policy, strategic planning, and operational procedures of today's military and national security agencies.
20816 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Zeller, Peter James Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 202 Principles of War (3)
A study of the nine classic principles that guide the conduct of war at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels and form the foundation of the art and science of the military profession. The aim is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore how past theory and practice have shaped the underlying policy, strategic planning, and operational procedures of today's military and national security agencies.
22088 6980 16 Feb 2022-12 Apr 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Jones, John F Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 202 Principles of War (3)
A study of the nine classic principles that guide the conduct of war at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels and form the foundation of the art and science of the military profession. The aim is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore how past theory and practice have shaped the underlying policy, strategic planning, and operational procedures of today's military and national security agencies.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
22800 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Jones, John F Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 202 Principles of War (3)
A study of the nine classic principles that guide the conduct of war at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels and form the foundation of the art and science of the military profession. The aim is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore how past theory and practice have shaped the underlying policy, strategic planning, and operational procedures of today's military and national security agencies.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
28263 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Cates, Scot D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 289 Historical Methods (3)
Prerequisite: A 100-level HIST course. An introduction to historical methods, approaches, and techniques. The goal is to explain what history is and why it matters, identify historical paradigms, and employ the moral and ethical standards of the historical profession. Focus is on the philosophical and practical skills employed by historians.
20808 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Haine, W Scott Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 289 Historical Methods (3)
Prerequisite: A 100-level HIST course. An introduction to historical methods, approaches, and techniques. The goal is to explain what history is and why it matters, identify historical paradigms, and employ the moral and ethical standards of the historical profession. Focus is on the philosophical and practical skills employed by historians.
20809 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ross-Nazzal, James A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 289 Historical Methods (3)
Prerequisite: A 100-level HIST course. An introduction to historical methods, approaches, and techniques. The goal is to explain what history is and why it matters, identify historical paradigms, and employ the moral and ethical standards of the historical profession. Focus is on the philosophical and practical skills employed by historians.
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23109 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Haine, W Scott Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 289 Historical Methods (3)
Prerequisite: A 100-level HIST course. An introduction to historical methods, approaches, and techniques. The goal is to explain what history is and why it matters, identify historical paradigms, and employ the moral and ethical standards of the historical profession. Focus is on the philosophical and practical skills employed by historians.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
23182 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ross-Nazzal, James A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 309 Historical Writing (3)
Prerequisite: HIST 289. A study of the historical research and writing process. The goal is to construct a framework for an original historical research project, locate and evaluate source materials, and demonstrate proficiency in research methods.
20807 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Richardson, Curtis L Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 309 Historical Writing (3)
Prerequisite: HIST 289. A study of the historical research and writing process. The goal is to construct a framework for an original historical research project, locate and evaluate source materials, and demonstrate proficiency in research methods.
21710 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schmidt van der Zanden, Christine E Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 309 Historical Writing (3)
Prerequisite: HIST 289. A study of the historical research and writing process. The goal is to construct a framework for an original historical research project, locate and evaluate source materials, and demonstrate proficiency in research methods.
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22978 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Glasco, Jeffrey Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 309 Historical Writing (3)
Prerequisite: HIST 289. A study of the historical research and writing process. The goal is to construct a framework for an original historical research project, locate and evaluate source materials, and demonstrate proficiency in research methods.
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23257 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Cabello, Tristan D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 316L The American West (3)
An examination of the exploration, settlement, development, and mythology of the American West, from 1490 to 1990, with attention paid to the role of the West as a key factor in the formation of national identity. Assignments include advanced reading and research.
20861 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Foster, Richard N Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 316L The American West (3)
An examination of the exploration, settlement, development, and mythology of the American West, from 1490 to 1990, with attention paid to the role of the West as a key factor in the formation of national identity. Assignments include advanced reading and research.
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23339 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Swafford, Tamrala G Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 316L The American West (3)
An examination of the exploration, settlement, development, and mythology of the American West, from 1490 to 1990, with attention paid to the role of the West as a key factor in the formation of national identity. Assignments include advanced reading and research.
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28472 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Marsh, Hannah C Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 326 The Roman Republic (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. A study of ancient Rome during the period 753 to 44 BC, from its founding to the assassination of Julius Caesar. The goal is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore Roman thought and demonstrate its influence in the modern Western world and apply it to modern contexts. Focus is on Rome's conquest of the Mediterranean world, the social and political pressures that led to that conquest, and the consequent transformation and decline of the republic. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 326 or HIST 421.
20806 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Snyder, Martin D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 326 The Roman Republic (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. A study of ancient Rome during the period 753 to 44 BC, from its founding to the assassination of Julius Caesar. The goal is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore Roman thought and demonstrate its influence in the modern Western world and apply it to modern contexts. Focus is on Rome's conquest of the Mediterranean world, the social and political pressures that led to that conquest, and the consequent transformation and decline of the republic. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 326 or HIST 421.
21656 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Slane-Ozturk, Dorothy A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 326 The Roman Republic (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. A study of ancient Rome during the period 753 to 44 BC, from its founding to the assassination of Julius Caesar. The goal is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore Roman thought and demonstrate its influence in the modern Western world and apply it to modern contexts. Focus is on Rome's conquest of the Mediterranean world, the social and political pressures that led to that conquest, and the consequent transformation and decline of the republic. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 326 or HIST 421.
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23030 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Snyder, Martin D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 326 The Roman Republic (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. A study of ancient Rome during the period 753 to 44 BC, from its founding to the assassination of Julius Caesar. The goal is to use primary and secondary historical resources to explore Roman thought and demonstrate its influence in the modern Western world and apply it to modern contexts. Focus is on Rome's conquest of the Mediterranean world, the social and political pressures that led to that conquest, and the consequent transformation and decline of the republic. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 326 or HIST 421.
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23485 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Drakopoulos, Eleftherios Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 337 Europe and the World (3)
"An analysis of how European powers shaped and were shaped by global events between 1884 and 1989 from the Conference of Berlin to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Emphasis is on the reciprocal relationships between great cities and the outposts of European culture worldwide. The objective is to examine the interplay between Europe and colonial regions, subjects, cultures, politics, economies, and immigration"
20365 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: LaRocco, Jason J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 337 Europe and the World (3)
"An analysis of how European powers shaped and were shaped by global events between 1884 and 1989 from the Conference of Berlin to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Emphasis is on the reciprocal relationships between great cities and the outposts of European culture worldwide. The objective is to examine the interplay between Europe and colonial regions, subjects, cultures, politics, economies, and immigration"
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22780 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sheetz-Nguyen, Jessica A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 337 Europe and the World (3)
"An analysis of how European powers shaped and were shaped by global events between 1884 and 1989 from the Conference of Berlin to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Emphasis is on the reciprocal relationships between great cities and the outposts of European culture worldwide. The objective is to examine the interplay between Europe and colonial regions, subjects, cultures, politics, economies, and immigration"
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23466 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Heineman, Paul Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 365 Modern America (3)
"A comprehensive survey course that examines the history of the United States from 1933 to 2001. Discussion will focus on the expanding federal government, the Cold War and its legacy, the struggle over constitutional rights and the changing landscape of American culture, society and politics. The goal is to understand the impact of domestic and global issues on American society."
20320 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Satterfield, John R Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 365 Modern America (3)
"A comprehensive survey course that examines the history of the United States from 1933 to 2001. Discussion will focus on the expanding federal government, the Cold War and its legacy, the struggle over constitutional rights and the changing landscape of American culture, society and politics. The goal is to understand the impact of domestic and global issues on American society."
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22546 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Kerns, Mechelle Lyn Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 377 U.S. Women's History: 1870 to 2000 (3)
An examination of the history of women in the United States from 1870 to the eve of the 21st century. The goal is to examine primary and secondary sources and documents to comprehend and articulate the impact of gender on the historical experiences of American women. Historical methodologies that focus on the ways in which race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality have shaped these experiences are used to analyze the varied experiences of U.S. women. The relationship between these experiences and the larger historical forces of the era including social movements, technology, and changing family roles and structure is evaluated. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 211, HIST 367, or HIST 377.
21627 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sander, Kathleen W Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 377 U.S. Women's History: 1870 to 2000 (3)
An examination of the history of women in the United States from 1870 to the eve of the 21st century. The goal is to examine primary and secondary sources and documents to comprehend and articulate the impact of gender on the historical experiences of American women. Historical methodologies that focus on the ways in which race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality have shaped these experiences are used to analyze the varied experiences of U.S. women. The relationship between these experiences and the larger historical forces of the era including social movements, technology, and changing family roles and structure is evaluated. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 211, HIST 367, or HIST 377.
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22589 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Murphy, Michelle F Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 377 U.S. Women's History: 1870 to 2000 (3)
An examination of the history of women in the United States from 1870 to the eve of the 21st century. The goal is to examine primary and secondary sources and documents to comprehend and articulate the impact of gender on the historical experiences of American women. Historical methodologies that focus on the ways in which race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality have shaped these experiences are used to analyze the varied experiences of U.S. women. The relationship between these experiences and the larger historical forces of the era including social movements, technology, and changing family roles and structure is evaluated. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HIST 211, HIST 367, or HIST 377.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27105 7725 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open Arundel Mills (Hybrid)
Faculty: Surmiller, Amber A. Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 381 America in Vietnam (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of the complexity of the lengthy involvement of the United States in Vietnam. The goal is to engage in divergent historical interpretations and develop personal conclusions and perspectives about America's role in Vietnam and its legacy. Discussion covers the social, cultural, political, and military dimensions of the Vietnam War, beginning with the declaration of Vietnamese independence at the conclusion of World War II. Emphasis is on influence of the media in shaping government policy and public opinion. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 337 or HIST 381.
20694 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McCoy, Kellie J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 381 America in Vietnam (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of the complexity of the lengthy involvement of the United States in Vietnam. The goal is to engage in divergent historical interpretations and develop personal conclusions and perspectives about America's role in Vietnam and its legacy. Discussion covers the social, cultural, political, and military dimensions of the Vietnam War, beginning with the declaration of Vietnamese independence at the conclusion of World War II. Emphasis is on influence of the media in shaping government policy and public opinion. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 337 or HIST 381.
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23340 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Nickens, Shelton Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 381 America in Vietnam (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of the complexity of the lengthy involvement of the United States in Vietnam. The goal is to engage in divergent historical interpretations and develop personal conclusions and perspectives about America's role in Vietnam and its legacy. Discussion covers the social, cultural, political, and military dimensions of the Vietnam War, beginning with the declaration of Vietnamese independence at the conclusion of World War II. Emphasis is on influence of the media in shaping government policy and public opinion. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 337 or HIST 381.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27106 6850 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 M 6:00P-9:00P Open Fort Belvoir (Hybrid)
Faculty: Tillman, Patricia K Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 392 History of the Contemporary Middle East (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. A survey of the history of the Middle East from the late 19th century to the present. The aim is to identify the important events of the last century in the Middle East; understand the sources of contention in that area; and examine the ideology, politics, and culture of the area and how they impact U.S.-Middle East relations. Focus is on major political, economic, social, and cultural trends that inform current events in the region. Topics include the late Ottoman Empire, European colonialism, the rise of nationalism and nation-states, the Arab-Israeli conflict, political Islam, the role of the United States in the region, and contemporary approaches to modernity in the Middle East.
20693 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Rothman, Norman C Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 392 History of the Contemporary Middle East (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. A survey of the history of the Middle East from the late 19th century to the present. The aim is to identify the important events of the last century in the Middle East; understand the sources of contention in that area; and examine the ideology, politics, and culture of the area and how they impact U.S.-Middle East relations. Focus is on major political, economic, social, and cultural trends that inform current events in the region. Topics include the late Ottoman Empire, European colonialism, the rise of nationalism and nation-states, the Arab-Israeli conflict, political Islam, the role of the United States in the region, and contemporary approaches to modernity in the Middle East.
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23287 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Stanger, Cary D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 392 History of the Contemporary Middle East (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. A survey of the history of the Middle East from the late 19th century to the present. The aim is to identify the important events of the last century in the Middle East; understand the sources of contention in that area; and examine the ideology, politics, and culture of the area and how they impact U.S.-Middle East relations. Focus is on major political, economic, social, and cultural trends that inform current events in the region. Topics include the late Ottoman Empire, European colonialism, the rise of nationalism and nation-states, the Arab-Israeli conflict, political Islam, the role of the United States in the region, and contemporary approaches to modernity in the Middle East.
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27107 4155 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 W 6:00P-9:00P Open Joint Base Andrews (Hybrid)
Faculty: McNeilly, Donald P Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 461 African American History: 1865 to the Present (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of African Americans in the United States since the Civil War. The objective is to examine the significance of the emancipation of African Americans and various leadership and philosophical perspectives within the African American community. Topics include emancipation and Reconstruction; segregation, accommodationism, and institution building; migration and urbanization; resistance and the birth and growth of the civil rights movement; and the problem of race and racism as a national issue with global impact in the modern world.
20692 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Collins, Donald E Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 461 African American History: 1865 to the Present (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of African Americans in the United States since the Civil War. The objective is to examine the significance of the emancipation of African Americans and various leadership and philosophical perspectives within the African American community. Topics include emancipation and Reconstruction; segregation, accommodationism, and institution building; migration and urbanization; resistance and the birth and growth of the civil rights movement; and the problem of race and racism as a national issue with global impact in the modern world.
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22547 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sharoff, Steven A Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 462 The U.S. Civil War (3)
An examination of the origins, conduct, and impact of the American Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-77). The goal is to apply historical methodology to issues of the Civil War and Reconstruction; assess Civil War strategies, tactics, and operations; and evaluate how race, culture, politics, and technology affected the course of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
20691 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: DelGallo, Dino Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 462 The U.S. Civil War (3)
An examination of the origins, conduct, and impact of the American Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-77). The goal is to apply historical methodology to issues of the Civil War and Reconstruction; assess Civil War strategies, tactics, and operations; and evaluate how race, culture, politics, and technology affected the course of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
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22548 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Macon, Don K Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 464 World War I (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. An intensive study of the First World War. Topics include the development of nationalism and socialism in late 19th-century Europe, the causes of the First World War, trench warfare on the western front, war in the Balkans, total war on the home fronts, the Russian Revolution of 1917, the collapse of the Central Powers, the 1918 settlements, the postwar conflicts that continued to haunt Europe until 1923, and the concept of the Lost Generation.
20686 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Corbett, Steven R Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 464 World War I (3)
Prerequisite: Any writing course. An intensive study of the First World War. Topics include the development of nationalism and socialism in late 19th-century Europe, the causes of the First World War, trench warfare on the western front, war in the Balkans, total war on the home fronts, the Russian Revolution of 1917, the collapse of the Central Powers, the 1918 settlements, the postwar conflicts that continued to haunt Europe until 1923, and the concept of the Lost Generation.
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23110 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Steury, Donald P Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
20658 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Jodie H Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
20659 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Verbsky, Robert Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
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22617 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Byrnes, Sean T Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
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23203 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McCoy, Kellie J Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27108 7110 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 M 6:00P-9:00P Open Myer-Henderson Hall (Hybrid)
Faculty: Tillman, Patricia K Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 465 World War II (3)
"An investigation of the global issues and events that led to the Second World War. Emphasis is on analyzing the factors that contributed to the competing ideologies, as well as the social, political and economic conditions that ignited the most lethal conflict in human history. The goal is to understand the causes, nature and outcome of the Second World War and the impact upon the world in which we live. "
UPDATE: Given the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Maryland and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant globally, and with the health and safety of our community foremost in mind, we will conduct our stateside hybrid courses that begin January 12, 2022, in an online format via Zoom. Faculty will hold Zoom teleconference sessions during times originally scheduled for face-to-face class sessions; look for instructions from your assigned faculty. A decision will be made in the new year about the instruction format for later course start dates.
27293 6265 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Sowards, David V Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 480 History of China to 1912 (3)
A study of the history of China from Confucius (around 500 BC) to the demise of the Qing Dynasty in 1912. The objectives are to interpret, educate, and advise others based on a historical, cultural, and social awareness of traditional China. Emphasis is on the changes within Chinese political, social, cultural, and philosophical structures that have molded the history of China and its peoples.
20657 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Setzekorn, Eric B Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 482 History of Japan to 1800 (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of traditional Japanese civilization from the age of Shinto mythology to the late Edo period. The aim is to interpret, educate, and advise others based on a historical, cultural, and social awareness of traditional Japan.
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23032 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Richardson, Curtis L Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 483 History of Japan Since 1800 (3)
Prerequisite: A writing course. Recommended: WRTG 291. An examination of Japan's emergence as an industrial society and world power. The goal is to interpret, educate, and advise others based on a historical, cultural, and social awareness of modern Japan. Discussion covers Japan's role in World War II, postwar recovery, and re-emergence as an exporter of cultural goods.
20656 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sagers, John H Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 495 Senior Thesis in History (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits, preferably a year after completing HIST 309.) Prerequisites: At least 21 credits in HIST courses, including HIST 289 and HIST 309. Intensive research into a specific topic in history of the student's choice. The objective is to produce a substantial, original historical research project suitable for presentation or publication.
20768 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Glasco, Jeffrey Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 495 Senior Thesis in History (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits, preferably a year after completing HIST 309.) Prerequisites: At least 21 credits in HIST courses, including HIST 289 and HIST 309. Intensive research into a specific topic in history of the student's choice. The objective is to produce a substantial, original historical research project suitable for presentation or publication.
20769 7381 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Cabello, Tristan D Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 495 Senior Thesis in History (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits, preferably a year after completing HIST 309.) Prerequisites: At least 21 credits in HIST courses, including HIST 289 and HIST 309. Intensive research into a specific topic in history of the student's choice. The objective is to produce a substantial, original historical research project suitable for presentation or publication.
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23698 6380 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schmidt van der Zanden, Christine E Syllabus Course Materials
HIST 495 Senior Thesis in History (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits, preferably a year after completing HIST 309.) Prerequisites: At least 21 credits in HIST courses, including HIST 289 and HIST 309. Intensive research into a specific topic in history of the student's choice. The objective is to produce a substantial, original historical research project suitable for presentation or publication.
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28043 6381 12 Jan 2022-08 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McGaha, Richard Lee Syllabus Course Materials
HMGT 300 Introduction to the U.S. Healthcare Sector (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or WRTG 101. An overview of healthcare organizations in the United States and current and emerging concepts, trends, policies, and issues in healthcare. The aim is to explain the structure of the U.S. healthcare sector, understand the role of healthcare managers in meeting industry standards of care, and apply knowledge of healthcare workforce issues to solve management challenges. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 361, HMGT 100, or HMGT 300.
20770 7380 16 Mar 2022-10 May 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
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