2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Academic Catalog

History & Political Science

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Majors

Global Studies Major

History Major

History and Political Science Major

Political Science Major

Minors

Global Studies Minor

History Minor

Political Science Minor

Concentrations

American Civil War Concentration

Politics and Public Policy Concentration

Pre-Law Concentration

Public History Concentration

Pre-Professional Programs

Law

Teacher Licensure

Endorsement in History and Social Studies (6-12)

The Department of History and Political Science prepares students for a life of active citizenship and intellectual engagement by offering diverse courses that explore the historical evolution and contemporary challenges of the world and its peoples. Knowledge of history equips students to participate in core social, political, economic and cultural institutions by tracing the trajectory of those institutions and empowering students to contribute to their future development. Political science courses interrogate the processes by which communities decide what is important and what should be done by engaging in critical analysis of the institutions, policies and philosophies of the collective problem-solving processes known as governance. Global studies courses place students within the broadest context of human activity and orient them to the roles they play in the world as a single place. All of the courses in the department, therefore, focus student energy on the mechanisms they need to influence the conversations that shape their world, making them effective citizens of their local, national and global communities.
 
The department offers majors in history, political science, history and political science, and global studies. Students may minor in history, political science or global studies; or pursue a concentration in American Civil War, politics and public policy, pre-law, or public history. History faculty offer courses in U.S., European and non-Western history. Political science courses cover American politics, global politics and political philosophy. The history and political science major combines these two disciplines and is the typical major of students seeking careers in secondary education. The global studies major begins with core courses in the  department, then branches out to upper-level courses in a wide variety of disciplines allowing students to create a path that best fits their interests. The department is home to the College’s Pre-Law Society and Phi Alpha Theta, the honor society for history.
 
The course of study for each major emphasizes critical thinking, writing, research and project development—skills essential to any career. Faculty actively engage students with dynamic teaching that emphasizes discussion, reflection, simulations, problem-based learning and original research. This commitment extends to promoting experiential learning beyond the classroom including field trips, internships, service-learning and semester-length programs abroad. The department offers distinctive on- and off- campus experiences during May Term including trips to the United Nations, South Africa, Belgium, France and Britain. The internship program places students in law offices, nonprofits, state and local government agencies, and more. Many of our majors are elected to leadership roles in student organizations including the Student Senate, Soar Mentors and the Honor Council.
 
Students pursuing majors and minors in the department have a wide variety of career interests including law, secondary and higher education, government service, museum and archival work, religion, journalism and overseas development work.
 

Law Pre-Professional Program

In addition to offering a pre-law track through the political science major and a pre-law concentration open to students from any major, the Department of History and Political Science actively works with the College’s Pre-Law Society to develop courses, programs, internships and guest speakers for students interested in law school and law-related careers. Students interested in law should contact Dr. James Josefson to design a course of study and get involved in the Pre-Law Society.

Global Studies Major

Degree Type Offered: B.A. Major

A bachelor of arts degree consisting of 43 credit hours distributed as follows:

Core Courses

(19 Credits)

ECON-200 Principles of Macroeconomics

PSCI-200 Introduction to Global Studies

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

PSCI-250 Methods of Research and Data Analysis

PSCI-400 Professional Development

PSCI-470 Seminar in Global Studies & Political Science

Global Processes

(12 Credits)

COMM-334 Intercultural Communication

ECON-440 International Economics

GEOG-195 World Regional Geography

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-430 European Imperialism

PSCI/SOC-205 Global Identities

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-430 The International Arms Trade

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

PSCI-480 Internship

SOC-314 World Justice Systems

SOC-361 Development and Underdevelopment in the Modern World

Comparative and Regional Studies

(12 Credits)

FREN-300 Special Cultural Topics in English

FREN-325 Art of Conversation

-or-

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-480 Internship

REL-340 Religions of the Near East

REL-350 Religions of the Far East

SOC-363 Cultures of Japan

SOC-365 Cultures of Africa

SPAN-300 Special Cultural Topics in English

SPAN-340 Spanish Culture and Civilization

-or-

SPAN-345 Latin American Culture and Civilization

Students may take one Internship (PSCI-480) toward the requirements for the major and apply the credits to either global processes or comparative and regional studies.

One international travel course (such as ART-307X) or cultural exploration course (such as COMM-333X, ENG-240, FCS-250, FREN-305X, SOC-363 or SOC-365, or SPAN-306 or SPAN-308X) may be used toward the comparative and regional studies requirement.

Students may substitute SOC-322 for PSCI-250.

Students may not double major in political science and global studies. Political science majors may minor in global studies, but the 15 credits from non-core areas must be taken in disciplines other than political science.

Students pursuing a global studies major are strongly encouraged to study abroad, to explore a minor relevant to their area of interest (world languages and cultures, economics, business, philosophy and religion, etc.), and to participate in an internship. Relevant internships through PSCI-480 earn credit toward the major.

History Major

Degree Type Offered: B.A. Major

A bachelor of arts degree consisting of 42 credit hours distributed as follows:

Core Courses

(18 Credits)

To be completed by the end of sophomore year, except for Senior Seminar:

HIST-105 World History to 1500

HIST-110 World History Since 1500

HIST-201 History of the United States to 1877

HIST-202 History of the United States Since 1877

HIST-250 Historical Methods

HIST-470 Seminar in Theory & Practice of History

United States History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

European History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-311 Europe 1492-1789

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-380 Topics in European History

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

Non-Western History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

And 15 additional credits from HIST courses numbered 300 or above. One PSCI course numbered 300 or above and one Internship (HIST-480) may substitute for history electives. Honors Project (HIST-499) may substitute as a major elective course. Students may not major in both history and history and political science.

History and Political Science Major

Degree Type Offered: B.A. Major

A bachelor of arts degree consisting of 42 credit hours. Students must complete 21 credits of core history and political science courses and 21 credits from one of the three tracks (liberal arts, social studies history or social studies government).

Core History Courses (12 Credits)

HIST-105 World History to 1500

HIST-110 World History Since 1500

HIST-201 History of the United States to 1877

HIST-202 History of the United States Since 1877

Core Political Science Courses (9 Credits)

PSCI-210 Politics & Government in the United States

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

Track 1—Liberal Arts (21 Credits)

European History

(3 Credits)

HIST-311 Europe 1492-1789

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-380 Topics in European History

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

United States History

(3 Credits)

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

Non-Western History

(3 Credits)

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-356 East Asia

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

Other Courses

(12 Credits)

6 credits of a methods/senior seminar sequence, either PSCI-250/PSCI-470 or HIST-250/HIST-470.

6 additional credits from HIST or PSCI courses numbered 300 or above.

An Honors Project (HIST/PSCI-499) or one Internship (HIST/PSCI-480) may be an elective course.

Track 2—Social Studies History (21 Credits)

Available only for students accepted into the secondary education program

European History

(3 Credits)

HIST-311 Europe 1492-1789

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-380 Topics in European History

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

United States History

(3 Credits)

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

Non-Western History

(3 Credits)

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

Other Courses

(12 Credits)

ECON-200 Principles of Macroeconomics

GEOG-195 World Regional Geography

HIST-250 Historical Methods

HIST-470 Seminar in Theory & Practice of History

Track 3—Social Studies Government (21 Credits)

Available only for students accepted into the secondary education program

United States History

(3 Credits)

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

Other Courses

(18 Credits)

ECON-200 Principles of Macroeconomics

GEOG-195 World Regional Geography

PSCI-250 Methods of Research and Data Analysis

PSCI-470 Seminar in Global Studies & Political Science

And 6 credits of upper-level PSCI courses.

Political Science Major

Degree Type Offered: B.A. Major

Students must complete 22 credits of core courses and 21 credits from one of the three tracks(standard, public policy or pre-law). A student who successfully completes the Standard Track or the Pre-Law Track will receive a bachelor of arts degree. A student who successfully completes the Public Policy Track will receive a bachelor of science degree. Consists of 43 credit hours distributed as follows:

Core Courses

(22 Credits)

PSCI-210 Politics & Government in the United States

PSCI-220E Introduction to Political Philosophy

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

PSCI-250 Methods of Research and Data Analysis

PSCI-400 Professional Development

PSCI-401E Contemporary Political Thought

PSCI-470 Seminar in Global Studies & Political Science

Track 1—Standard

Receives the bachelor of arts degree and consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

United States Politics

(9 Credits)

PSCI-320 State and Local Politics

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-340 Media & Politics

PSCI-345 Political Psychology

PSCI-350 Constitutional Law of Federalism & Institutional Powers

PSCI-355 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties

PSCI-380 Public Administration

PSCI-390 Public Policy

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

Global Politics

(12 credits, 3 credits may be in HIST courses)

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-430 The International Arms Trade

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-356 East Asia

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

Track 2—Public Policy

Receives the bachelor of science degree and consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

PSCI-215 Introduction to Public Policy

Public Policy

(15 credits, 9 credits must be in PSCI courses)

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-340 Media & Politics

PSCI-380 Public Administration

PSCI-390 Public Policy

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

PSCI-480 Internship

COMM-347 Strategic Public Relations

COMM-349 Nonprofit Communication

COMM-420 Political Campaigning in Virtual Environments

COMM-447 Science, Environment, and Health Communication

ENVR-305 Natural Resource & Environmental Law

SOC-255EX Introduction to Social Welfare Systems

SOC-412 Adjudication and Corrections: Existing and Alternate Strategies

Global Politics

(3 Credits)

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

Track 3—Pre-Law

Receives the bachelor of arts degree and consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

Pre-Law

(18 credits, 9 credits must be in PSCI courses)

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-350 Constitutional Law of Federalism & Institutional Powers

PSCI-355 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-480 Internship

SOC-211 Criminology

SOC-312 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

SOC-313 Gender, Crime and Justice

SOC-314 World Justice Systems

COMM-410E Communication Law and Ethics in a Digital Age

BUS-350 Business Law

PHIL-310 Logic

PHIL-320E Professional Ethics

ENVR-305 Natural Resource & Environmental Law

Global Politics

(3 credits)

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-430 The International Arms Trade

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

Honors Project (PSCI-499) may count as an elective. Students may substitute SOC-322 for PSCI-250. Students may not double major in political science and global studies. Political science majors may minor in global studies, but 15 credits from non-core areas must be taken in disciplines other than political science.

Students interested in law school should consider pursuing the pre-law track or pre-law concentration. Majors who pursue the pre-law track may not add a pre-law concentration, but majors who complete the major using the standard or public policy track may. Up to two courses from the pre-law list may be used for both the political science major and the concentration.

Students interested in careers in public sector bureaucracies or graduate study in programs such as a master’s in public policy or master’s in public administration should consider completing the public policy track or the politics and public policy concentration. Majors who pursue the public policy track may not add a politics and public policy concentration, but majors who complete the major using the standard or pre-law track may add a politics and public policy concentration. Up to two courses from the public policy list may be used for both the political science major and the concentration.

Political science majors interested in careers or graduate study in international relations or security studies should consider adding the global studies minor and either a world languages and cultures major or minor.

Students interested in pursuing graduate study or careers in environmental policy should consider the public policy track with either a major in biology or environmental science or a minor in environmental science.

Students interested in graduate study or careers in criminal justice or public safety should consider adding a crime and justice minor in the sociology department.

Global Studies Minor

Degree Type Offered: Minor

Consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

Core Courses

(6 Credits)

PSCI/SOC-205 Global Identities

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

Global Processes

(9 Credits)

COMM-334 Intercultural Communication

ECON-440 International Economics

GEOG-195 World Regional Geography

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-430 European Imperialism

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-430 The International Arms Trade

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

SOC-314 World Justice Systems

SOC-361 Development and Underdevelopment in the Modern World

Comparative and Regional Studies

(6 Credits)

FREN-300 Special Cultural Topics in English

FREN-325 Art of Conversation

-or-

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-480 Internship

REL-340 Religions of the Near East

REL-350 Religions of the Far East

SOC-365 Cultures of Africa

SPAN-300 Special Cultural Topics in English

SPAN-340 Spanish Culture and Civilization

-or-

SPAN-345 Latin American Culture and Civilization

Students may take one Internship (PSCI-480) toward the requirements for the minor and apply the credits to either global studies or comparative and regional studies.

Political science majors may minor in global studies, but the 15 credits from non-core areas must be taken in disciplines other than political science.

Students pursuing a global studies minor are strongly encouraged to study world languages and cultures, study abroad and participate in internships relevant to the field.

History Minor

Degree Type Offered: Minor

Consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

World History Survey Course

(3 Credits)

HIST-105 World History to 1500

HIST-110 World History Since 1500

United States History Survey Course

(3 Credits)

HIST-201 History of the United States to 1877

HIST-202 History of the United States Since 1877

United States History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

European History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-311 Europe 1492-1789

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-380 Topics in European History

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

Non-Western History

(at least 3 credits)

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

The remaining 6 credits must be selected from HIST courses numbered 300 or above. This minor may not be taken in conjunction with either a major in history and political science or a major in global studies.

Political Science Minor

Degree Type Offered: Minor

Consists of 21 credit hours distributed as follows:

PSCI-210 Politics & Government in the United States

-or-

PSCI-220E Introduction to Political Philosophy

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

-or-

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

And 15 additional credits from PSCI courses numbered 300 or above.

Students may take one Internship (PSCI-480) toward these additional credits.

This minor may not be taken in conjunction with either a major in history and political science or a major in global studies.

American Civil War Concentration

Degree Type Offered: Concentration

Consists of 12 credit hours distributed as follows:

HIST-201 History of the United States to 1877

HIST-268 The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

Politics and Public Policy Concentration

Degree Type Offered: Concentration

Consists of 18 credit hours, including :

PSCI-215 Introduction to Public Policy

And 15 additional credits chosen from the following (a minimum of 9 of these additional 15 credits must be in political science):

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-340 Media & Politics

PSCI-380 Public Administration

PSCI-390 Public Policy

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

PSCI-480 Internship

COMM-347 Strategic Public Relations

COMM-349 Nonprofit Communication

COMM-420 Political Campaigning in Virtual Environments

COMM-447 Science, Environment, and Health Communication

ENVR-305 Natural Resource & Environmental Law

SOC-255EX Introduction to Social Welfare Systems

SOC-412 Adjudication and Corrections: Existing and Alternate Strategies

Pre-Law Concentration

Degree Type Offered: Concentration

Consists of 18 credit hours chosen from the following (a minimum of 9 credit hours must be in political science):

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-350 Constitutional Law of Federalism & Institutional Powers

PSCI-355 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-480 Internship

SOC-211 Criminology

SOC-312 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

SOC-313 Gender, Crime and Justice

SOC-314 World Justice Systems

COMM-410E Communication Law and Ethics in a Digital Age

BUS-350 Business Law

PHIL-310 Logic

PHIL-320E Professional Ethics

ENVR-305 Natural Resource & Environmental Law

Public History Concentration

Degree Type Offered: Concentration

Consists of 12 credit hours distributed as follows:

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-355 Public History

HIST-480 Internship

And one course from the following list:

ART-305X Museums and Galleries

ENG-220 American Folklife

ENVR-305 Natural Resource & Environmental Law

MUS-232 American Music

SOC-338X Introduction to Material Culture Studies

Endorsement in History and Social Studies (6-12)

Degree Type Offered: Teacher Licensure

Students majoring in History and Political Science can be eligible for teacher licensure at the secondary level (6-12) by also completing the courses in the teacher education program.  As early as possible, contact Dr. Jenny Martin, coordinator for secondary education at jmartin@bridgewater.edu or 540-828-5662 for further information.

Courses

GEOG-195 World Regional Geography

HIST-105 World History to 1500

HIST-110 World History Since 1500

HIST-115 20th Century World History

HIST-120 The Pacific World

HIST-125 The Atlantic World, 1450-1800

HIST-130 African American History

HIST-135 History of the Islamic World

HIST-140E Ethical Dilemmas in World History

HIST-201 History of the United States to 1877

HIST-202 History of the United States Since 1877

HIST-250 Historical Methods

HIST-268 The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley

HIST-270 The Second World War in Global Perspective

HIST-280 History Through Film; Film Through History

HIST-285 Monuments, Memorials, and Museums

HIST-290 Medieval Europe

HIST-305 India Past and Present

HIST-307 Cultural Memory of the World Wars

HIST-311 Europe 1492-1789

HIST-317 History of the Christian Church

HIST-321 Europe Since 1789

HIST-325 Modern Britain Since 1688

HIST-335 Women's History in Asia

HIST-340 American Indian History

HIST-345 Crusades and Terrorism

HIST-350 Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Great Powers

HIST-355 Public History

HIST-356 East Asia

HIST-360 Modern Africa

HIST-365 Foundations of American Religion

HIST-370 Genocide

HIST-375 Cold War America

HIST-380 Topics in European History

HIST-385 Topics in French History

HIST-390 War and Peace Across the Pacific

HIST-400 Professional Development

HIST-410 Modern India & Pakistan Since 1700

HIST-415 History of China Since 1600

HIST-420 Modern Germany and Its Empires

HIST-425 History of Japan Since 1600

HIST-430 European Imperialism

HIST-435 Progressive Era America

HIST-460 Readings in the American Civil War

HIST-462 History of the United States South

HIST-470 Seminar in Theory & Practice of History

HIST-480 Internship

HIST-490 Independent Study

HIST-491 Research

HIST-499 Honors Project

PSCI-200 Introduction to Global Studies

PSCI-205 Global Identities

PSCI-210 Politics & Government in the United States

PSCI-215 Introduction to Public Policy

PSCI-220E Introduction to Political Philosophy

PSCI-230 Introduction to Global Politics

PSCI-240 Introduction to Comparative Politics

PSCI-250 Methods of Research and Data Analysis

PSCI-260 Campaigns and Elections

PSCI-275 Individual Liberties, Civil Rights and Immigration

PSCI-280 Lying and Lie Detection

PSCI-290E Aesthetics, Philosophy and Politics

PSCI-310 Latin American Politics

PSCI-320 State and Local Politics

PSCI-332 Women & Politics

PSCI-335W Peace, War and World Politics

PSCI-336 United Nations

PSCI-338X Politics of Social Change

PSCI-340 Media & Politics

PSCI-345 Political Psychology

PSCI-350 Constitutional Law of Federalism & Institutional Powers

PSCI-351 Competitive Moot Court

PSCI-355 Constitutional Law of Civil Rights and Liberties

PSCI-356 United States Foreign Policy

PSCI-360 Population, Immigration, and Politics

PSCI-365E Politics of Human Rights

PSCI-370 Issues in Global Politics

PSCI-375 United States and the World

PSCI-380 Public Administration

PSCI-390 Public Policy

PSCI-400 Professional Development

PSCI-401E Contemporary Political Thought

PSCI-415 Policymaking, Interest Groups & Congress

PSCI-420W International Law & Organization

PSCI-430 The International Arms Trade

PSCI-440W Global Political Economy

PSCI-470 Seminar in Global Studies & Political Science

PSCI-480 Internship

PSCI-490 Independent Study

PSCI-491 Research

PSCI-499 Honors Project