Department of History and Philosophy

Resources / Course Forecast

Listed below is the projected availability of courses within the Department of History and Philosophy over the next four years. Please note that the course forecast is tentative and thus may have to be altered depending on availability of faculty, classrooms, and student demand.

LEGEND: Use the guide below to understand the course forecast chart:
N = Course Not Offered
Y = Course Offered
Y-D = Course Offered. Day
Y-E = Course Offered. Evening
Y-W = Course Offered. Weekend
*Place cursor on any block to see availability.

History (HIST)
  201720182019
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1100Introduction to World HistoryYYYYYY
1111Pre-Modern HistoryYYYYYY
1112Modern World HistoryYYYYYY
2111United States History to 1877YYYYYY
2112United States History Since 1877YYYYYY
2206Origins of Great TraditionsYYYYYY
2270Introduction to Themes In History
3100Historical MethodsYYYY
3271Intro to History EducationYYYY
3304History of GeorgiaYYYY
3305The World Since 1945YYYYYY
3310The Old SouthYY
3311The New SouthYY
3315The History of the American WestY
3321Diplomatic History of the United StatesYY
3325Introduction to Public HistoryYY
3326Historic PreservationY
3327Architectural HistoryY
3328Introduction to Archives and Records Management
3331History of Religion in U.S.YY
3332U.S. Social and Cultural HistoryYYYY
3333African American History to 1865YY
3334The Africans in the DiasporaYY
3335African American History, 1865 to PresentYY
3337Greek and Roman History
3340U.S. Military ExperienceYYYY
3341Women in U.S. History and CultureYY
3342The HolocaustYY
3345Business & Economic History of United StatesYY
3350England to 1688YY
3351Modern EnglandY
3355Modern IrelandY
3357Africans in AsiaY
3358Africans in Latin America and the CaribbeanY
3360Russian Empire to 1917Y
3361Themes in Slavic and Eastern European StudiesYY
3366History of Mexico and Central AmericaYY
3367History of BrazilYY
3371Modern EuropeYY
3372Ancient to Pre-Modern ChinaY
3373Modern India and South AsiaYY
3374Modern China and JapanYY
3375Silk Road
3376Historiographical DebatesYY
3377History of Science
3378History of Technology
3379Central Asia in World HistoryY
3380Pre-Modern Japan
3381Modern Japan
3382North Africa and the Middle East in Modern TimesYY
3388Major Themes in Environmental HistoryYY
3390History of the Atlantic WorldYY
3391History of West AfricaY
3392History of Southern, Eastern and Central AfricaY
3393Emerging Themes in African HistoryYY
3396Cooperative Study
3398InternshipYYYYYY
4163The United States between the World Wars
4400Directed StudyY
4410Colonial America to 1763Y
4411The American RevolutionY
4412The Early RepublicY
4415Jacksonian America
4424Museum EducationYY
4425Oral HistoryY
4426Documentation and Interpretation of Historic SitesYY
4428The Third ReichYY
4430Museum StudiesY
4435History and Memory
4440Medieval EuropeY
4442History of Religious Tolerance
4444Renaissance and Reformation EuropeYY
4445Age of Enlightenment
4451Civil War and Reconstruction
4453World War IYY
4454Twentieth Century Europe
4455Twentieth Century Russia
4456World War II
4461Gilded Age & Progressive Era
4471Recent United States History
4475War and Revolution in Southeast Asia
4488Approaches to World HistoryY
4490Special Topics in HistoryYYYY
4495Research Seminar US HistoryYYYY
4496Research Seminar in European HistoryYYYY
4497Research Seminar in non-Western HistoryYYYY
4498Research Seminar in World History YYYY
4499Senior Thesis in History

History Education (HIED)
  201720182019
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
4413Teaching of Social Sciences (6-12)
4414Teaching of Social Sciences Practicum
4475Student Teaching: Social Sciences (6-12)
4490Special Topics in History Education
4498Internship in Teaching Social Studies (6-12)
4550Methods of History Education
4650Yearlong Clinical Exp I
4660Yearlong Clinical Experience II

Philosophy (PHIL)
  201720182019
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
2100Values and SocietyYYY
2110Religions of the WorldYYY
2200Ways of KnowingYYYYYYYYY
2500LogicYYY
2700Methods and Themes in Comparative PhilosophyYYY
3000Ancient and Medieval PhilosophyYYY
3010Modern Western PhilosophyYYY
3020American PhilosophyY
3030ExistentialismY
3100EthicsYYY
3110Social and Political PhilosophyYY
3120Philosophies of PeaceYY
3130Feminist PhilosophyY
3200Asian PhilosophyYY
3210Latin American and Caribbean PhilosophyY
4000Nineteenth Century Western PhilosophyYY
4010Contemporary Western PhilosophyYY
4030Phenomenology
4200Indian PhilosophyY
4210Chinese PhilosophyY
4220Japanese PhilosophyYY
4400Directed Study
4450Major Figures in PhilosophyYYYYYY
4460Major Themes in PhilosophyYYYYYY
4490Special Topics in Philosophy
4499Senior SeminarYYYYYY