The requirement in this domain consists of courses that provide students with a context for understanding relationships between historical events and the connection between past and present. These courses demonstrate the methods and theories with which historians deral with such issues as causation, the role of perspective and judgment in reconstructing the past, conflicting interpretations of historical events and processes, and the ways in which evidence is analyzed and evaluated as a tool for reconstructing the past.
Requirement: one course (a historical survey of a significant period of history or region of the world).
HIST1105 - US History to 1877
HIST1106 - US History Since 1877
HIST1107 - African History: Themes
HIST1108 - World History to 1500
HIST1109 - Modern World History
HIST2119 - 19th Century Europe
HIST2120 - Europe in Era World War
HIST2122 - History of Colonial Latin America
HIST2125 - History of Modern Latin America
HIST 2130 - African American History: 1865 to the Present
HIST2401 - Modern China: Continuity and Change