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HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
 

There are several courses offered by the Department of History, Philosophy, and Political Science that include significant online, web-based components. In addition to regular class meetings, these sections supplement traditional lectures and readings with online assignments that allow students to perform distance learning. In some cases, the web-based work can substitute for other course requirements, but only at the discretion of the instructor.

For brief course descriptions, instructor information, and course links, see below.


History 11 Online: America to 1865

Professor Sokolow

  • Fall 2003 sections: HIS 11 D02B, HIS 11 D06D

HIS 11 is an introductory American history course covering the period between European exploration and colonization through the Civil War. In these web-enhanced sections, students are permitted to substitute online assignments for homeworks and in-class quizzes, and may use documents, images, and texts posted at the class website.

Note: The website for this class uses a learning environment called Blackboard. For more on what the class site looks like and how to navigate it, click on these instructions.

History 31 Online: Europe - Napoleon to Hitler

Professor Procyk

  • Fall 2003 sections: HIS 31 D02B, HIS 31 D04C

HIS 31 is is a survey of the major landmarks in modern history of Europe from the Age of Absolutism to World War II. It focuses on the major political, economic, social and cultural developments in Western Civilization from the Eighteenth Century to the Twentieth. Topics include: the Age of Reason and the Old Regime; liberal ideas and revolutions; romanticism and nationalism; industrialization and imperialistic expansion; new intellectual currents and the rise of totalitarian states; the causes and consequences of World War I and World War II

Note: To see the website for this class, click here.

History 51 Online: The Ancient World

Professor Procyk

  • Fall 2003 sections: HIS 51 D03E, HIS 51 D04F

HIS 51 focuses on the origins of civilization and the attainments of the great cultures of the Near East and the Mediterranean world: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, classical Greece and Rome concluding with the glory power of Byzantium. It explores the religious, social, cultural, economic and political ideas that established the foundations of Western civilization.

Note: To see the website for this class, click here.

History 59 Online: America since 1920

Professor Sokolow

  • Fall 2003 sections: No online sections

HIS 59 is an introductory American history course covering the period between the end of WWI and the present day. In web-enhanced sections of HIS 59, students are permitted to substitute online assignments for homeworks and in-class quizzes, and may use documents, images, and texts posted at the class website.

Note: The website for this class uses a learning environment called Blackboard. For more on what the class site looks like and how to navigate it, click on these instructions.

 


 

 

 




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