HIS 310 Seminar in U. S. History

Prerequisites: HIS 161, or HIS 162, or Permission of Instructor

Offered: Typically every Spring Term

A course designed to examine a key period or a significant segment of life in the United States that will encourage students to develop a deeper appreciation of this history and a better understanding of sources and methodologies historians use to analyze past human experiences. By reading primary and secondary materials, students will develop an understanding of how a variety of factors interact to shape institutions, time periods, and groups of people. This course may be repeated for credit, provided the topic differs from previous offerings. Religion Perspective and Western History Perspective. NOTE: Also see Schedule of Classes for specific term offerings to see if the course has been approved to meet additional General Education requirements. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit