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HIST 101:
Western Civilization I
Troy State University
3.34 Cr
Major historical developments from earliest times to the beginning of the modern period.
HIST 102:
Western Civilization II
Troy State University
3.33 Cr
Major historical developments from the beginning of the modern period to the present.
HIST 111:
American History through 1877
Troy State University
3.34 Cr
Survey of United States history from the beginnings to the Civil War.
HIST 112:
American History after 1877
Troy State University
3.33 Cr
Survey of United States history from the Civil War to the present.
HIST 230:
Modern
Latin America
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
Garibaldi: The Red Gaucho (Presentation)
Garibaldi: The Red Gaucho (Paper)

An introduction to Latin American history from 1800 to the present.
HIST 260:
History of
Iowa
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
The Land of Dreams (Paper)

Study of the state and people of Iowa and its place in the themes of United States history. Graduate students have work appropriate to the masterís level.
HIST 315:
American Immigration
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
Irish Immigration (Paper)

Advanced topics in world and American history. Course concentrates on immigration patterns throughout American history.
HIST 317:
The Middle Ages
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
The Gothic Cathedral (Paper)
Going Viking (Paper)

Europe from the end of the Western Roman Empire to the beginnings of the national monarchies.
HIST 319:
The Renaissance and Reformation
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
Age of Discovery (Paper)
Jesuits in the Counter-Reformation (Paper)

Europe from the development of national monarchy to the end of wars of religion.
HIST 361:
The Civil War
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
Col. Chamberlain at Gettysburg (Essay)
This Hallowed Ground (Critical Review)

A study of the issues that led up to the Civil War and the society created in post-war America.
HIST 400: (WI)
Historical Writings
St. Ambrose University
3 Cr

Projects:
Historical Writing (Essay)

Introduction to historical method. Emphasis on doing history through readings and project work. For history majors in their junior or senior year.

Interstate New Teacher Assessment and
Support Consortium (INTASC) Standards