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Advising

Fall 2013 – Spring 2015 (Tentative)

Students: This is a tentative list of courses that will be offered. The Department and faculty reserve the right to change the schedule. Refer to the university catalog for course descriptions. Refer to myLongwood for the actual course offerings each semester.

 

 

   Fall 2013 Spring 2014  Fall 2014 Spring 2015
P. Cantrell HIST 341
(East Africa)
HIST 200
(China)
HIST 314
(Political History of Africa)
HIST 200
(China)
D. Coles

HIST 303
(Civil War)
HIST 362
(Vietnam War)

HIST 302
(Early Natl)
HIST 308
(Diplo. Hist.)

HIST 363
(WWII)
HIST 406
(Old South)

HIST 319
(Archives)
HIST 364
(Amer. Rev.)
L.  Fergeson HIST 320
(African-Amer.)
HIST 321
(Women in America)
HIST 306
(Mod. Amer., 1945-now)
HIST 405
(Virginia History)
D. Geraghty HIST 404
(Frontiers / Early Repub.)
HIST 300
(Teaching Methods)
HIST 465
(Early Mod. England)
HIST 300
(Teaching Methods)
W. Holliday HIST  427
(Lat. Amer. Environmental)
HIST 428 (Gender &
Sexuality in Lat. Amer.)
HIST 327
(Colonial Lat. Amer.)
HIST 328
(Modern Lat. Amer.)
S. Isaac HIST 202
(Islamic Civs)
HIST 413 (Conflict:
Mod. Mid-East)
HIST 442 (War & Soc.
before Gun.)
HIST 351
(Medieval Europe)
HIST 440
(Ancient Greece)
M. Kravetz HIST 495
(Nazi Germany)
     
J. Munson HIST 468
(European Intellectual)
HIST 355
(19th-Century Europe)
HIST 358
(France since 1815)
HIST 354
(French Rev. & Napoleon)
D. Welch HIST 317
(Editing & Preservation)
HIST 316
(Public History
HIST 301
(Amer. Colonial)
HIST 324
(Amer. Indian)


HIST 461 (Senior Seminar) and POSC 461 (Senior Seminar) are offered every semester.

Secondary Education Students: HIST 300 will always be offered in the Spring semester. If you are planning to do your student teaching in the Spring semester of your last year, then you need to take HIST 300 the year before you student teach.

*HIST 495 is a Special Topics course that does not appear in the catalog. These courses can count as major electives and can count toward major requirements, when the department substitutes it for another course in the catalog.