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Courses


 
  
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    HIST 100C - Hist Surv: U.S. Since 1877


    This course will cover such topics as Reconstruction, Progressive Movement, World War I and II, the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 100D - Hist Surv: World to 1500


    This course will cover such topics as the conquests of Alexander, Islamic trade empires, early expansion of Christianity, the first Americans and settlement of Japan.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 100E - Hist Surv: World Since 1500


    This course will cover such topics as the rise of the Ottoman and Qing empires, the development of the Atlantic slave trade, the Industrial Revolution, the Partition of Africa, World War I and II, and life in the Nuclear Age.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 110 - Problems in Modern History [CI]


    A communication-intensive examination of the impact of social, political economic and cultural forces on significant problems in modern history. Using a range of written and oral activities, students will: critically analyze historical issues; evaluate the assumptions of the historians’ writing on the topic; engage in activities that will provide practice in interpreting and evaluating primary and secondary sources of evidence; and consider methods and develop strategies for treating conflicting arguments on the problem.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 111.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 111 - Introduction to Historical Study


    A survey of historical methodology emphasizing research aids and techniques, writing skills and historical analysis. As a course in the Written Communication category of the General Education Program, HIST 111 assists students in developing greater proficiency in writing effective, researched academic texts in the English language.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 111.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 113 - U.S. History to 1865


    A survey of American History from settlement through the Civil War.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 114 - U.S. History from 1865


    A survey of American History from Reconstruction to the present.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 115 - World Civilization to 1500


    A survey of World Civilization through the Renaissance.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 116 - World Civilization from 1500


    A survey of World Civilization from the Renaissance to the present.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 117 - Colloquium in World History


    A detailed study of one or more of the issues presented in HIST 115 or 116.

    Prerequisite: Concurrent registration in HIST 115 or 116. See special instructions in current class schedule.

    Credits:1 cr

  
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    HIST 190 - Selected Topics


    A departmental course in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 193 - College Success


    This course is attached to select existing Basic Skills and General Education courses for the purpose of enhancing the success of first year college students. More details can be found in the catalog section Resources and Services for Students.

    Credits:1 cr

  
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    HIST 213 - Survey of South Asian History


    An introduction to the history, arts, culture and philosophical and religious ideas of India, Pakistan and the south Asian region, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam; also south Asian music, film, literature and customs.

    Credits:3 cr

    Cross-Listed: Cross-listed with PHIL 213.
  
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    HIST 215 - Survey of East Asian History


    An introduction to the history, arts, culture, and philosophical and religious ideas of China, Japan and the east Asian region, including Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, Buddhism, and related traditions; also east Asian music, film, literature and customs.

    Credits:3 cr

    Cross-Listed: Cross-listed with PHIL 215.
  
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    HIST 220 - Survey of European History


    An introduction to the history, arts, culture and philosophical and religious ideas of Europe since the Renaissance.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 222 - American Business & Labor History


    A survey of developments in business and labor in the 19th and 20th centuries. Topics include early industrial development, the evolution of the corporation, the use of labor unions, the development of welfare capitalism and government participation in the marketplace.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 230 - Survey of Latin American History


    A history of Mexico, South American and the Caribbean from 1492 to the present. The course examines the history of the region as it developed under conditions of European colonization through the emergence of national governments during the 19th and 20th centuries. Issues such as the Atlantic slave trade, Indian/European encounters, revolutionary movements, militarism and economic development will be addressed.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 241 - History of Michigan


    A topical survey of the history of the Territory and State of Michigan from the 17th through the 20th centuries.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 290 - Selected Topics in History


    A broad survey course of a world region, offered on a one-time basis.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 301 - Introduction to Public History


    An introduction to methods and theory in Public History. The course will cover topics such as oral history, cultural resources management, historic preservation, and educational outreach. Students will also learn ways to build collaborations between academia and community organizations.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 302 - Introduction to Archives Management


    An introduction to archival administration, records management, and the various functions of archival institutions. Through classroom instruction and practical experience, students will explore the history and development of the profession, theory and terminology, methodology, reference services and access, preservation, outreach programs, management, and professional, legal and ethical responsibilities.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 307 - Early Latin America-Prehispanic Period to Independence


    A history of Mexico, South America and the Caribbean from the pre-Hispanic period through Iberian conquest and colonization. The course examines the history of the region from the perspectives of the various racial, ethnic and class groups that formed Latin American society and will focus on such topics as the Atlantic slave trade, pre-Columbian societies, the nature of colonial regimes and biological transformations.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 308 - History of the Spanish Borderlands


    A history of the border regions of Spain’s empire in America, this course will trace developments in what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern United States from pre-Hispanic times to the present. It will examine pre-Hispanic cultures, the development of the presidio/mission complex, the Mexican-American War and contemporary issues of importance to the border region.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 309 - History of Mexico


    A survey of Mexican civilization from pre-Columbian cultures to the present.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 310 - U.S. History - Colonial Period


    A survey of the American colonies from the fifteenth century to the American Revolution.




    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 311 - U.S. History During the Revolution


    A study of the origins, course and consequences of the American Revolution from the Seven Years’ War through the ratification of the U. S. Constitution.




    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 313 - U.S. History Andrew Jackson Era


    A study of the Age of Andrew Jackson from 1815 to 1850.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 314 - U.S. History Civil War & Reconstruction


    A study of the conflict between North and South from 1850 through the disputed presidential election of 1876.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 316 - America & the World: 1900-1945


    A history of American war and diplomacy in the first half of the 20th century.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 317 - America & the World: 1945-Present


    A history of American war and diplomacy in the latter half of the 20th century.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 318 - 20th Century American Social Movements


    A study of the strategies and goals employed by social movements to change American society in the 20th century. Topics include the labor movement, civil rights, antiwar activism, the counterculture, and the women’s movement.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 319 - African-American History


    History of African-Americans in the U.S. from 1619 to the present.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 320 - U.S. Women’s History


    This course examines the history of women in the United States since 1789. Topics include work, the family, women’s rights, and education.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 321 - U.S. Social History to 1877


    This course examines recent works in American social history from the colonial period through Reconstruction. Topics include the development of the family, the meaning and transformation of work, the relationship between religion and society, and the shifting constructions of race and gender.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 322 - European Intellectual & Cultural History


    The relationship between ideas and the social development of European peoples as reflected in material culture from the 17th through the 20th centuries.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 323 - American Intellectual & Cultural History


    The relationship between ideas and the social development of the American people as reflected in material culture from the 17th through the early 20th centuries.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 324 - Modern European Women’s History


    This course examines women’s experiences in Europe from the 18th century to the present. The course details women’s identities, at both the individual and societal levels, in the context of socio-economic transformations, patriarchal constraints in the social structure and consciousness, class contradictions, overpowering influences of the state and civil apparatus, foreign rule, and struggles for women’s emancipation.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 324H - Modern European Women’s History-Honors


    This course examines women’s experiences in Europe from the 18th century to the present. The course details women’s identities, at both the individual and societal levels, in the context of socio-economic transformations, patriarchal constraints in the social structure and consciousness, class contradictions, overpowering influences of the state and civil apparatus, foreign rule, and struggles for women’s emancipation.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 325 - American Frontier History


    A topical survey of the frontier experience of the American people from the 17th through the 19th centuries.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 326 - The Black Freedom Struggle 1941-Present


    This course examines the struggle for African American civil and human rights from the outbreak of World War Two to the present. Emphasized are such concepts as colonialism, human and civil rights, segregation, integration, Pan-Africanism, nationalism, emigration, institution building, gender, self-determination, self-defense, identity, race, and class.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 327 - Religion in America 1600-Present


    Students in this course will examine American religious history from the colonial period to the present.  Beginning with the interaction between Native American spiritual traditions and European Christianity, the course will analyze the role of religious ideas, movements, and institutions in shaping the culture, society and politics of the United States.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 329 - The Vietnam War


    A study of the origins, development and outcome of American involvement in Indo-China from 1946 to 1975.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 330 - Euro-American History in the 20th Century


    A course studying the history shared by Europeans and Americans in the first half of the 20th century. The course will cover such topics as American involvement in Europe in World War I and II, Wilson at Versailles, American intellectuals emigres in Europe, European intellectuals in the United States. United States economic investment in Europe and Dawes and Young plans and American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 331 - Tudor-Stuart England 1485-1688


    A study of the growth of monarchial power and shifting relationships during the Age of Expansion.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 332 - Modern Britain 1688-1970


    A study of Britain’s rise to dominance in the 18th century, world supremacy and demise as a major world power.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 333 - American Indian History


    A survey of American Indian history from the pre-colonial period to the present.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 344 - France: 1515-1815


    Includes Louis XIV, Enlightenment, French Revolution and Napoleon.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 345 - Modern France 1815-Present


    This course will cover such topics as the post-Napoleonic Restoration, the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, the Second Empire, French industrialization, imperialism, and urbanization, the First and Second World Wars, and France’s postwar role in the European Union.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 351 - History of Modern Germany


    A history of Germany in the 19th and 20th centuries. The course will cover Prussian-Austrian rivalry, the 1848 revolutions, Bismarck and the unification of German, Germany in World War I, Weimar Germany and the Third Reich.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 352 - History Modern Russia Since 1801


    A study of Russia in the 19th and 20th centuries including Napoleon in Russia, the serf problem, industrialization, the 1917 Revolution and the Soviet Union under Lenin and Stalin.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 353 - History of Eastern Europe


    A study of East-Central Europe from the eighteenth century onward, with particular emphasis on the Prussian, Ottoman, Russian, and Austro-Hungarian empires. Topics include the effects of nationalism, multi-nationalism, modernization, the Cold War, and the region’s post-communist transition.

     

     

     



    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 354 - History of Poland


    A study of Poland from the first partition (1772) to the present. The course will cover such topics as the Partitions, Poland under foreign rule, the re­emergence of Poland and Poland in World War II and the post-war period.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 354H - History of Poland – Honors


    A study of Poland from the first partition (1772) to the present. The course will cover such topics as the Partitions, Poland under foreign rule, the re­emergence of Poland and Poland in World War II and the post-war period.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 355 - Modern China


    A survey of modern Chinese history from the Opium War to the present, with special focus in the interweaving imperatives of reform and revolution in China’s responses to the challenges of the West and the demands of modernity.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 357 - Modern Japan


    A survey of modern Japanese history from the Meiji Restoration to the present, with special focus on the evolvement of the modern Japanese state - and society -in response to the challenges of modernity.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 358 - Women in East Asia


    This course examines the history of women in China, Japan, and Korea. It will cover issues such as marriage and divorce, inheritance rights of women, and women’s status in family and society, and finally how these issues have changed over time, especially in the 19th and the 20th centuries.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 359 - Modern India


    A survey of modern Indian history from the 18th century to the present, with special focus on the responses to western imperialism in the 19th century, and the challenges of economic development, and state and nation building in the 20th century.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 361 - Early Middle Ages: 300-1050


    Late Roman empire and its transition from a Mediterranean civilization to three new societies: Western Europe, Byzantium and Islam.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 362 - Europe in the High Middle Ages 1050-1350


    Medieval civilization at its zenith. Emphasis upon Germany, France, Italy, Low Countries and Spain.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 363 - Renaissance, 1350-1515


    Western Europe from the Hundred Years War to Erasmus.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 364 - Age of Reformation, 1515-1715


    A study of the Reformation in its intellectual, political and social aspects from Luther through Louis XIV. Special emphasis will be given to the impact of reform upon the emerging national state, the expansion of Europe and the crisis of the 17th century.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 365 - The Age of Democratic Revolution 1715-1815


    A study of aristocratic Europe and the challenge to it by the Enlightenment and the world-wide impact of the American and French Revolutions.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 366 - History of Europe in the 19th Century, 1815-1914


    A study of Europe from the fall of Napoleon to the end of the 19th century. The course will cover such political events as the Revolutions of 1848 and the Unification of Germany, such economic developments as industrialism and early socialist theory and such intellectual movements as Romanticism and materialism.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 367 - History of Europe, 1914-1945


    A study of Europe from World War I to 1945. The course covers both world wars, communism in Russia, fascism in Italy and Germany, political conflict in France and conservatism in England during the interwar period.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 368 - History Of Post War Europe, 1945-Present


    A study of Eastern and Western Europe throughout the cold war period. An analysis of European recovery after World War II, the Common Market, the Communist block, U.S. influence, East European revolts, the major West European democracies and the Soviet Union since 1945.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 372 - Ancient Near East to 300 B.C.


    Study of Mesopotamia, Egypt of the Pharaohs, Greece and Hellenistic world at the time of Alexander. Will include archeology, mythology, pyramids, art, Greek theater, political systems and sports.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 373 - Ancient Roman Republic to 300 AD


    Includes study of Roman expansion, army, historians, Julius Caesar, art, literature, mythology, technology and early Christianity.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 380 - Historical Geography of Africa


    Examines Africa’s great achievements, serious problems and enormous potential from historical and geographic perspectives. Topics include paleoecology, environments, pre-colonial and colonial history, population, food production systems, health and disease, continuity and change in the post-colonial era, deforestation and desertification, and economic development strategies.

    Credits:3 cr

    Cross-Listed: (Cross-listed with GEOG 311)
  
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    HIST 381 - Historical Geography Of Latin America


    This course examines Latin America from both spatial and historical perspectives, while focusing on economic, political, demographic, and cultural linkages through time and space. Topics include pre-Columbian settlement, colonization, the slave trade, economic development, political (r)evolutions, human impact on the landscape, population growth, migration, and urbanization.

    Credits:3 cr

    Cross-Listed: (Cross-listed with GEOG 312.)
  
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    HIST 390 - Selected Topics in History


    A junior level seminar in selected areas of historical study.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 390A - Special Topics in History-U.S.


    A Junior-level seminar in selected areas of historical study, as follows: A United States; B Europe; C World.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 390B - Special Topics in History-Europe


    A Junior-level seminar in selected areas of historical study, as follows: A United States; B Europe; C World.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 390C - Special Topics in History-World


    A Junior-level seminar in selected areas of historical study, as follows: A United States; B Europe; C World.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 393 - Directed Readings


    An organized plan of readings in one or more aspects of the discipline. The student and instructor must agree on a plan of readings prior to enrollment.

    Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission, a 3.00 grade point average or higher, and a minimum of 12 credits in the discipline.

    Credits:(1-3) cr

  
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    HIST 394 - Independent Research


    An independent research project in the discipline by a student or a cooperative research project with a faculty member. The student and instructor must agree on a project before enrollment.

    Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission, 3.00 grade point average or higher, and a minimum of 12 credits in the discipline.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 490 - Special Topics


    A departmental course in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 491 - Seminar Selected Topics History


    A departmental seminar in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 493 - Directed Reading in History


    An organized plan of readings in one or more aspects of the discipline. The student and instructor must agree on a plan of readings prior to enrollment.

    Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission, a 3.00 grade point average or higher, and a minimum of 12 credits in the discipline.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 494 - Independent Writing in History


    Independent Writing in History (1-4) An independent research project in the discipline by a student or a cooperative research project with a faculty member. The student and instructor must agree on a project before enrollment.

    Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission, a 3.00 grade point average or higher, and a minimum of 12 credits in the discipline.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HIST 496 - Cooperative Education in History


    A campus-based individually designed course of supervised field study in historical and job-oriented areas. Completion of a SVSU learning contract and permission of faculty advisor, department chairman and dean required.

    Credits:(1-6) cr

  
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    HIST 497 - Senior Thesis


    An independent Senior project in the discipline.

    Prerequisite: Must be a Senior major in the discipline who has instructor’s permission.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 498 - Honors Thesis


    Preparation and completion of an Honors Thesis. May enroll twice, once for the preparation of the proposal and once for its completion.

    Prerequisite: Honors students status and permission of the Thesis Advisor.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HIST 499 - Senior Seminar


    A capstone course required of all History majors. The course will integrate knowledge acquired in the student’s course of study with advanced research and writing. Students will write a research paper which will be the final component in their assessment portfolio.

    Prerequisite: 30 hours of History classes.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HON 192 - Honors


    A course approved by the Honors Committee in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and the transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule and Honors Student Status; for other students with a 3.40 grade point average or higher, permission of the instructor.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HON 290 - Honors Symposium


    A departmental course in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule.

    Credits:1 cr

  
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    HON 392 - Honors


    A course approved by the Honors Committee in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisites: As listed in the Course Schedule and Honors Student Status; for other students with a 3.40 grade point average or higher, permission of the instructor.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HON 492 - Honors


    A course approved by the Honors Committee in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule and Honors Student Status; for other students with a 3.40 grade point average or higher, permission of the instructor.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HS 220 - Information Management in Health Care


    Provides an introduction to information acquisition, comprehension, processing, and utilization in health care. Topics include search engines and web sites of interest to health professionals; medical terminology; cross-cultural communications; legal regulation of information; computerized record keeping and current roles related to information technology in health care.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 230 - Medical Terminology


    Introduces elements of medical terminology through a self-paced analysis of vocabulary construction including: prefix, suffix, root, connecting and combining forms. Students acquire an understanding of medical meanings applicable to the normal structure and function of the human body along with various diseases of the human body. Abbreviations and their appropriate usages are described.

    Credits:1 cr

    Notes: Students may not receive credit for both HS 220 and HS 230.
  
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    HS 240 - The U.S. Health Care System


    Examines the U.S. health care system from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Topics include historical development, comparison with structural models and health outcomes of other nations, current health system issues and roles of citizens.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 264 - Pharmacology


    Introduces basic pharmacologic principles, classifications and relevant pathophysiology with emphasis on clinical implications.  Not for BSN students.

    Prerequisite:  BIOL 231.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 290 - Selected Topics Health Science


    A departmental course in a subject area not currently listed in the catalog. A descriptive title will appear on the Course Schedule and transcript.

    Prerequisite: As listed in the Course Schedule.

    Credits:(1-4) cr

  
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    HS 301 - Medical Technology Seminar


    Readings, presentations, and discussions of selected topics relevant to Medical Technology. (1-0)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the Medical Technology Program or permission of instructor.

    Credits:1 cr

  
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    HS 310 - Healthy Aging


    Examines normal aging and health maintenance from personal and scientific perspectives. Health promotion and illness prevention are discussed in relation to maintenance of independence, quality of life, and availability of health resources.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 320 - Chronic Illness & Long Term Care


    Chronic Illness is explored as a common condition of aging, affecting individuals and families. Care needs and options for the aging population are examined; topics include self care, family care, home care, assisted living, and nursing home care.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 330 - Death & Dying


    Examines death, dying, and end-of-life care as concepts and processes affecting the dying person and their loved ones. Care needs and options are discussed from cultural, legal, ethical, and spiritual perspectives.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 340 - Principles of Public Health


    An introduction to public health concepts and practices with emphasis on the philosophy, purpose, organization, functions, tools, activities and results of public health practices at the national, state, and local levels. The core foundations of public health including biostatistics; epidemiology; environmental and occupational health; behavioral health; health policy and administration; maternal and child health and ethics are also addressed.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 430 - Pathophysiology


    Introduces basic concepts of pathophysiology that produce alterations in normal human physiologic function and the resulting response. The course begins with a general analysis of cell injury, neoplasia, infection processes and the immune system. These concepts are applied in a system-oriented approach to disease processes affecting the hematopoietic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurologic, endocrine, gastrointestinal, renal, musculoskeletal, integumentary, and genitourinary systems.

    Prerequisite:  BIOL 231.

    Credits:4 cr

  
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    HS 450 - Epidemiology


    An introduction to the principles and methods of epidemiology. Topics include determinants of disease distribution, measures of disease frequency and association, study designs, sources of bias, public health surveillance and outbreak investigation.

    Credits:3 cr

  
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    HS 451 - Epidemiology of Infectious Disease


    A survey of microorganisms associated with infectious diseases of man locally and globally. Topics include distribution and determinants of infectious diseases, emerging and reemerging infections, major epidemics and bioterrorism agents, investigation of disease outbreak, and prevention and control of communicable diseases.

    Prerequisite:  BIOL 104B or BIOL 111A or permission of instructor.

    Credits:3 cr

 

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