Department of History

Courses

Art from field trip.The department offers a wide range of courses, from American to world history. Below is a list of recently taught courses. Please see the course catalog for the most recent list of available classes. 

  • HIST 150 - World Civilization I
  • HIST 151 - World Civilization II
  • HIST 160 - Surv of Western Civilization I
  • HIST 181 - US/SW Environmental History
  • HIST 241 - Public History:  Scope and Methods
  • HIST 255 - Introduction to Heritage Preservation
  • HIST 261 - West Civ II: 1350 to Present
  • HIST 270 - Colonial Latin America
  • HIST 271 - Latin Amer Since Independence
  • HIST 280 - Surv of US History, 1600-1877
  • HIST 281 - Surv US History, 1877-Present
  • HIST 296 - Introduction to Philosophy and Methods
  • HIST 299 - Individual Study
  • HIST 302 - Ancient Rome
  • HIST 303 - Ancient Greece
  • HIST 307 - History of Disease
  • HIST 313 - Wilderness in America
  • HIST 314 - Inventing America 1789-1850
  • HIST 320 - Western/Southwestern American History
  • Hist 323 - National Parks: America's Best Idea
  • HIST 324 - Colorado History
  • HIST 329 - United States: Topics
  • HIST 331 - Poverty in the United States
  • HIST 332 - Women in American History
  • HIST 334 - United States & Vietnam
  • HIST 335 - Work and Workers in the U.S.
  • HIST 343 - Ancient Nile Valley
  • HIST 345 - Archival Theory and Practice
  • HIST 352 - Modern China
  • HIST 356 - History of Japan
  • HIST 359 - Medieval Europe
  • HIST 361 - Czarist Russia
  • HIST 362 - Rise & Fall of Soviet Union
  • HIST 366 - Hitler and the Holocaust
  • HIST 368 - Medieval Women
  • HIST 371 - History of Central America
  • HIST 372 - U S - Latin American Relations
  • HIST 373 - History of Mexico
  • HIST 374 - Europe: Topics
  • HIST 375 - Latin America: Topics
  • HIST 376 - Oral History: Theory and Practice
  • HIST 378 - Two World Wars in Europe
  • HIST 379 - Modern Europe
  • HIST 392 - World: Topics
  • HIST 396 - Philosophy and Methods
  • HIST 491 - Colloquium in Public History
  • HIST 493 - Internship in History
  • HIST 496 - Research Senior Seminar
  • HIST 499 - Independent Study