The American Indian

An introduction to American Indian culture generally, and to four tribes in particular. Examines the condition of tribes before the coming of the Europeans, continuing to the present day, looking [...]

History of Women in the US

This course is a survey of the history of women and their experiences in the U.S. from the Colonial Era to the present with a special emphasis on the diversity of women's lives and contributions.

The US Since World War II

This course deals with both domestic and foreign affairs beginning with the Cold War through the present. The course will include the Civil Rights Movement, as well as the Vietnam War, the rise [...]

US History II

This course focuses on the growth of the United States from Reconstruction to the present with special emphasis on underlying political, economic and social trends and movements that have [...]

US History I

This course examines the political, economic, social and cultural development of the United States from the pre-European period through Reconstruction. Major emphasis is on the Colonial Era, [...]

Western Civilization II

A survey of modern civilization in the era of the Enlightenment, the resulting social, political, and economic changes and revolutions, and the development of governments based on popular [...]

Western Civilization I

A survey of ancient civilization through classical Greece, Rome, and Medieval Europe to the formation of modern nation states, emphasizing the political, economic, and social development of [...]