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Bachelor of Science in Political Science with International Relations Concentration
Courses accepted for the Pre-Law minor

Bachelor of Science in Political Science with Urban Studies and Economic Development Concentration
Courses accepted for the Urban Studies & Economic Development minor

Bachelor of Science in Political Science with International Relations Concentration
Courses accepted for the International Relations minorSocial Science EducationCourse Descriptions


Bachelor of Science in Political Science with International Relations Concentration


International Relations is an approved minor for students in Political Science and other majors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Six (6) courses are required to be selected from the list below. A grade of “C” or better must be earned in all classes. Courses required for the major cannot be used to fulfill minor requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Political Science (International Relations Minor)
Freshman Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 2010 or 2020 U.S. History..................................................................................... 3
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104 African American History......................................................... 3
ENC 1101 & 1102 Communication Skills I, II.................................................................. 6
HUM Elective Humanities electives (HUM, ARH, REL, PHI, or PHH)............................ 6
MGF 1106 & MGF 1107, Liberal Arts Math I, II............................................................... 6
POS 1921 Introduction to Professional Development.................................................... 1
PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology............................................................................. 3
SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology............................................................................... 3
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Sophomore Year Sem. Hrs.
BSC 1005 Biology Sciences & Lab................................................................................ 4
CGS 1160 or CAP 3505 Computer Applications............................................................ 3
ECO 2013 & 2023 Principles of Economics I, II............................................................. 6
LIT 2110 Literature.......................................................................................................... 3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy.............................................................................. 3
POS 2001 Introduction to Political Science.................................................................... 3
POS 2041 American National Government.................................................................... 3
POS 2112 State & Local Government............................................................................ 3
PSC Introduction to Physical Science & Lab.................................................................. 4
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Junior Year Sem. Hrs.
CGS 1160 or CAP 3505 Computer Applications............................................................ 3
CPO 2002 Comparative Government............................................................................. 3
ENC 2300 or 3320 Improved Writing.............................................................................. 3
GEA 2000 or GEO 3421 Geography.............................................................................. 3
PAD 3003 Introduction to Public Administration............................................................. 3
PHI 2101 Introduction to Logic....................................................................................... 3
POS 3603 American Constitutional Law......................................................................... 3
POS 3679 or 4695 Mock Trial or Law and the Consumer.............................................. 3
POS 3773 Introduction to Jurisprudence........................................................................ 3
POS 4703 Scope & Methods.......................................................................................... 3
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Senior Year Sem. Hrs.
PAD 4223 Budgetary & Fiscal Management........................................................................ 3
POS 3684 or 4694 Nature and Function of Legal System.................................................... 3
POS 3691, 4694, or 4696 Contemporary Legal Problems, Legal Problems of Poor, or Equal Opportunity Law.......................................................................................................... 3
POS 4910 Senior Research Seminar................................................................................... 3
POS 4923 Advanced Professional Development................................................................. 3
POS 4936 Seminar in Political Science................................................................................ 3
POS Elective Political Science Elective................................................................................ 3
POT 4064 Contemporary Political ....................................................................................... 3
Pre-Law Elect. PLA 4103, CCJ 3200, or POS 4678............................................................. 3
PUP 4947 Public AffairsInternship........................................................................................ 3
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Courses accepted for the Pre-Law minor [select 18 hours (six courses)]:
CCJ 3024 Introduction to Criminal Justice................................................................................... 3
CCJ 3200 American Court System............................................................................................... 3
PLA 4103 Legal and Scholarly Report Writing............................................................................. 3
POS 3603 American Constitutional Law....................................................................................... 3
POS 3679 Mock Trial.................................................................................................................... 3
POS 3684 Nature & Functions of Legal System.......................................................................... 3
POS 3691 Contemporary Legal Problems................................................................................... 3
POS 3773 Introduction to Jurisprudence...................................................................................... 3
POS 4678 Advanced Mock Trial................................................................................................... 3
POS 4922 Prof. Dev. & Verbal Reasoning................................................................................... 3
PUP 4947 Public Affairs Internship............................................................................................... 3
POS 4696 Legal Problems of the Poor......................................................................................... 3
POS 4694 Equal Opportunity Law................................................................................................ 3
POS 4695 Law and the Consumer............................................................................................... 3

Bachelor of Science in Political Science with Urban Studies and Economic Development Concentration


Urban Studies and Economic Development is an approved minor for students in Political Science and other majors in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Six (6) courses are required to be selected from the list below.  A grade of “C” or better must be earned in all courses.  Courses required for the major cannot be used to fulfill minor requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Political Science (Urban Studies and Economic Development Minor)
Freshman Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 2010 or 2020 U.S. History..................................................................................... 3
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104 African American History......................................................... 3
ENC 1101 & 1102 Communication Skills I, II.................................................................. 6
HUM Elective Humanities electives (HUM, ARH, REL, PHI, or PHH)............................ 6
MGF 1106 or  MGF 1107 or MAC 1105 College Algebra or MAD 2120......................... 6
POS 1921 Introduction to Professional Development.................................................... 1
PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology............................................................................. 3
SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology............................................................................... 3
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Sophomore Year Sem. Hrs.
BSC 1005 Biology Sciences & Lab................................................................................ 4
CGS 1160 or CAP 3505 Computer Applications............................................................ 3
ECO 2013 & 2023 Principles of Economics I, II............................................................. 6
LIT 2110 Literature.......................................................................................................... 3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy.............................................................................. 3
POS 2001 Introduction to Political Science.................................................................... 3
POS 2041 American National Government.................................................................... 3
POS 2112 State & Local Government............................................................................ 3
PSC 1121 Introduction to Physical Science & Lab......................................................... 4
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Junior Year Sem. Hrs.
CPO 2002 Comparative Government............................................................................. 3
ECO 4013 Econ. Of Lesser Dev. Countries (Minor)....................................................... 3
GEO 2370 or 3421 or GEA 2000 Geography................................................................. 3
PAD 3003 Introduction to Public Administration............................................................. 3
PAD 4223 Budgetary  and Fiscal Management.............................................................. 3
PHI 2101 Intro to Logic................................................................................................... 3
POS 3163 Local and Community Politics (Minor).......................................................... 3
POS 3603 Constitutional Law......................................................................................... 3
POS 4703 Scope and Methods...................................................................................... 3
POS 4910 Senior Research Seminar............................................................................. 3
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Senior Year Sem. Hrs.
ECO 4054, GEO 4604, or PAD 4404 (Minor Elective)................................................... 3
ECP 3203, GEO 3354, or POS 4154 (Minor Elective)................................................... 3
ECP 4143 Black Economic Development (Minor).......................................................... 3
ENC 2300 or 3320 Improved Writing or Advanced Composition................................... 3
POS 4923 Advanced Professional Development........................................................... 3
POS 4936 Seminar in Political Science.......................................................................... 3
POS Elective Political Science Elective.......................................................................... 3
POT 4064 Contemporary Political Ideologies................................................................. 3
PUP 4947 Public Affairs Internship (Minor).................................................................... 3
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Courses accepted for the Urban Studies & Economic Development minor:
ECO 4013 Econ. Lesser Developed Countries.......................................................................... 3
ECP 4143 Black Economic Development.................................................................................. 3
POS 3163 Local & Community Politics...................................................................................... 3
PUP 4947 Public Affairs Internship............................................................................................. 3
Elective, ECO 4054, GEO 4604, PAD 4404............................................................................... 3
Elective, ECP 3203, GEO 3354, POS 4154............................................................................... 3
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Bachelor of Science in Political Science with International Relations Concentration

International Relations is an approved minor for students in Political Science and other majors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Six (6) courses are required to be selected from the list below. A grade of “C” or better must be earned in all classes. Courses required for the major cannot be used to fulfill minor requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Political Science (International Relations Minor)
Freshman Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 2010 or 2020 U.S. History..................................................................................... 3
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104 African American History......................................................... 3
ENC 1101 & 1102 Communication Skills I, II.................................................................. 6
HUM Elective Humanities electives (HUM, ARH, REL, PHI, or PHH)............................ 6
MGF 1106 & MGF 1107, Liberal Arts Math I, II .............................................................. 6
POS 1921 Introduction to Professional Development.................................................... 1
PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology............................................................................. 3
SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology............................................................................... 3
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Sophomore Year Sem. Hrs.
BSC 1005 Biology Sciences & Lab................................................................................ 4
CGS 1160 or CAP 3505 Computer Applications............................................................ 3
ECO 2013 & 2023 Principles of Economics I, II............................................................. 6
LIT 2110 Literature.......................................................................................................... 3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy.............................................................................. 3
POS 2001 Introduction to Political Science.................................................................... 3
POS 2041 American National Government.................................................................... 3
POS 2112 State & Local Government............................................................................ 3
PSC 1121 Introduction to Physical Science & Lab......................................................... 4
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Junior Year Sem. Hrs.
CPO 2002 Comparative Government............................................................................. 3
CPO 4202 Politics & Government of Africa or elective (Minor)...................................... 3
GEO 2370 or 3421 or GEA 2000 Geography................................................................. 3
PAD 3003 Introduction to Public Administration............................................................. 3
PAD 4223 Budget and Fiscal Management.................................................................... 3
PHI 2101 Intro to Logic................................................................................................... 3
CPO 3204 Contemporary Africa (Minor)........................................................................ 3
POS 3603 Constitutional Law......................................................................................... 3
POS 4703 Scope and Methods...................................................................................... 3
POS 4910 Senior Research Seminar............................................................................. 3
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Senior Year Sem. Hrs.
INR 3002 International Relations (Minor Elective).......................................................... 3
INR 4403 International Law (Minor Elective).................................................................. 3
INR 4102 American Foreign Policy (Minor).................................................................... 3
ENC 2300 or 3320 Improved Writing.............................................................................. 3
POS 4923 Advanced Professional Development........................................................... 3
POS 4936 Seminar in Political Science.......................................................................... 3
POS Elective Political Science Elective.......................................................................... 3
POT 4064 Contemporary Political Ideologies................................................................. 3
ECO 4713 International Finance (Minor)........................................................................ 3
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Courses accepted for the International Relations minor:
CPO 3002 Comparative Government  (Required)...................................................................... 3
CPO 3204 Contemporary Africa................................................................................................. 3
INR 3002 International Relations................................................................................................ 3
INR 4403 International Law........................................................................................................ 3
INR 4102 American Foreign Policy............................................................................................. 3
ECO 4713 International Finance................................................................................................ 3
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Instead of taking only the minor courses listed above, students may also choose up to six (6) semester hours from any of the following courses as part of their interdisciplinary minor in International Affairs.

AFH 4100 History of Africa or AFH 4200.................................................................................... 3
ANT 3340 Carribean Cultural Patterns....................................................................................... 3
ANT 3212 Peoples of the World................................................................................................. 3
ANT 3702 International Development........................................................................................ 3
ANT 3711 Cross-Cultural Resolution.......................................................................................... 3
CPO 4202 Politics & Government of Africa................................................................................ 3
INR 4334  National Security Policy............................................................................................. 3
GEO 3421 Cultural Geography................................................................................................... 3
SYD 4020 Population Problems................................................................................................. 3
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Social Science Education

The Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science Education offers an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students for teaching careers in public or parochial schools.  Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree program have the option of concentrating in History or Political Science and upon graduation will receive full state certification.  If these students choose not to go into the field of education, their training will afford them other opportunities in the public sector, the various for-profit and non-profit agencies and graduate programs.

Major requirements (History Concentration):
All students concentrating in History will complete a minimum of thirty (30) semester hours in the major.  All majors must have at least a 2.50 GPA overall to qualify for graduation with a degree in the degree program.  Also, all classes other than natural sciences must be passed with a grade of “C” or better.  All education majors must pass the CLAST Examination or the General Knowledge portion of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination.  See your advisor for course sequences in: mathematics, social science, humanities, statistics, and computers.

Freshman Year  Sem. Hrs.
AMH 2010 U.S. History to 1865..................................................................................... 3
AMH 2020 U.S. History Since 1865............................................................................... 3
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104 African American History or Experience.................................. 3
BSC 1005 Biological Sciences & Lab............................................................................. 4
ENC 1101 & 1102 Freshman Communication Skills I, II................................................. 6
MAC 1114 Trigonometric Functions................................................................................ 3
MGF 1105 College Algebra............................................................................................ 3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy.............................................................................. 3
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Sophomore Year Sem. Hrs.
EDF 1005 Introduction to Education....................................................................................... 3
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse History, Political Science,
Geography and African-American Studies....................................................................................................................................


3
GEA 2000 World Regional Geography................................................................................... 3
POS 2041 American National Government........................................................................... 3
PSC 1121 or AST 1002 or PHY 3464..................................................................................... 4
PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology.................................................................................... 3
WOH 1012 & 1022 World History........................................................................................... 6
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Summer Sem. Hrs.
CPO 2002 Comparative Government............................................................................. 3
ECO 2013 Principals of Economics I.............................................................................. 3
GEO 3421 Cultural Geography....................................................................................... 3
LIT 2110 Introduction to Literature.................................................................................. 3
POS 2112 State and Local Government........................................................................ 3
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Junior Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 3571 or 3572 African American History................................................................. 3
AMH 4202 20th Century U.S. History............................................................................. 3
AMH 4420 History of Florida or AFH 4100..................................................................... 3
EDF 3120 or 3135 or DEP 2004 or EDP 2002 (Psychology in Education...................... 3
EDF 3430 Measure and Evaluation of Educational Growth........................................... 3
EDG 3004 Overview and Orientation to Teaching.......................................................... 1
EME 2040 Introduction to Education Technology........................................................... 3
ESE 4930 Instructional Seminar in Secondary Education.............................................. 3
HIS 3104 Nature of History............................................................................................. 3
HIS 3150 Historiography................................................................................................. 3
RED 3333 Teaching Reading in the Content Area......................................................... 3
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Senior Year Sem. Hrs.
AFH 4200 or ASH 4300 History of Africa....................................................................... 3
EUH Elective European History Elective........................................................................ 3
SSE 3360 Teaching Social Studies................................................................................ 3
TSL 4324 ESOL Survey Strategies................................................................................ 3
ESE 4943  Student Teaching.......................................................................................... 6-12
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Major requirements (Political Science Concentration):

All students concentrating in Political Science will complete a minimum of thirty (30) semester hours in the major.  All majors must have at least a 2.50 GPA overall to qualify for graduation with a degree in the program.  Also, all classes other than natural sciences must be passed with a grade of “C” or better.  All education majors must pass the CLAST Examination or the General Knowledge portion of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination.  See your advisor for course sequences in: mathematics, social science, humanities, statistics, and computers.

Freshman Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 2010 U.S. History to 1865 and AMH 2020............................................................ 6
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104 African American History or Experience.................................. 3
BSC 1005 Biological Sciences & Lab............................................................................. 4
ENC 1101 & 1102 Freshman Communication Skills I, II................................................. 6
LIT 2110 Literature.......................................................................................................... 3
MAC 1114 Trigonometric Functions................................................................................ 3
MGF 1105 College Algebra............................................................................................ 3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy.............................................................................. 3
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Sophomore Year Sem. Hrs.
EDF 1005 Introduction to Education............................................................................... 3
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations...................................................................... 3
GEA 2000 World Regional Geography........................................................................... 3
POS 2001 Introduction to Political Science.................................................................... 3
POS 2041 American National Government.................................................................... 3
POS 2112 State and Local Government........................................................................ 3
PSC 1121 or AST 1002 or PHY 3464............................................................................. 4
WOH 1012 World History, Part I..................................................................................... 3
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Summer Sem. Hrs.
POS 4703 Scopes & Methods........................................................................................ 3
EME 2040 Introduction to Education Technology........................................................... 3
GEO 3421 or GEA 3600 Geography.............................................................................. 3
PAD 3003 Introduction to Public Administration............................................................. 3
WOH 1022 World History, Part II.................................................................................... 3
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Junior Year Sem. Hrs.
AMH 4420 History of Florida.......................................................................................... 3
CPO 2002 Comparative Government............................................................................. 3
EDF 3120 or 3135 or DEP 2004 or EDP 2002 Psychology in Education....................... 3
EDF 3430 Measure and Evaluation of Educational Growth........................................... 3
EDG 3004 Overview and Orientation to Teaching.......................................................... 1
ESE 4930 Instructional Seminar in Secondary Education.............................................. 3
POS 3603 Constitutional Law......................................................................................... 3
POS 4910 Senior Research Seminar............................................................................. 3
POS Elect. Political Science Elective............................................................................. 3
RED 3333 Teaching Reading in the Content Area......................................................... 3
TSL 4324 ESOL Survey Strategies................................................................................ 3
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Senior Year Sem. Hrs.
AFH 4100 or 4200 History of Africa................................................................................ 3
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics................................................................................ 3
POS 4936 Seminar in Political Science.......................................................................... 3
POT 4064 Contemporary Political Ideologies................................................................. 3
SSE 3360 Teaching Social Studies................................................................................ 3
ESE 4943  Student Teaching.......................................................................................... 6
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AFA 4936 Seminar in Afro-American Studies
(3) Prereq: AMH 3571, 3572; AFH 4100, 4200; AML 4610/4276ECP 4147; GEA 3600; PUP 3313; SOP 3724; SOC 4720. Individual research. Afro-American Studies majors only. Permission required.
AFH 4100 History of Africa from Origins to 1800 (3) Pre-colonial, sub-Saharan African History, with emphasis on the rise of nation states, African culture, and contributions to world history.
AFH 4200 History of Africa in 19th and 20th Centuries (3) Treats the effects of slave trade in Africa and its contacts with European countries, Imperialism, Nationalism, and the struggles for independence.
AMH 2010 U.S. History: 1492 to 1865 (3) From colonial times through Revolutionary Era, Middle Period, and Age of Jackson to Civil War.
AMH 2020 U.S. History: 1865 to Present (3) From Reconstruction through eras of industrialization, progressivism and two World Wars to present.
AFA 3104 The African American Experience utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of major texts, events, political and historical movements of African Americans since the beginning of the slave trade.
AMH 3402 The Old South to 1865 (3) Prereq: AMH 2010. Exploration of development of slavery, agrarianism, and sectionalism through Civil War.
AMH 3403 The New South: 1865 to Present (3) Prereq: AMH 2010 or 3402. Study of the South from beginning of Reconstruction to present with emphasis on impact of industrialization, urbanization and Civil Rights movement.
AMH 3540 American Military (3) Examines development of American military strategy and tactics, both in theory and practice, integrating concept of strategy as political, economic, diplomatic and psychological means for attaining war aims with actual application of strategic thought in war.
AMH 3560 Women in American History (3) Historical inquiry into role and significance of women in structuring of American society.
AMH 3571 Afro-American History to 1865 (3) Prereq: AMH 2010. African-Americans in colonization of America, its settlement and its growth from colonial era to 1865.
AMH 3572 Afro-American History Since 1865 (3) Prereq: Contributions of Afro-Americans from Reconstruction to present.
AMH 4311 U.S. Social History: From Colonial Times to Civil War
(3) Prereq:AMH 2010. Analysis of social growth and development with emphasis placed on role of minorities and women.
AMH 4313 U.S. Social History: From Civil War to Present
(3) Prereq: AMH 4312 or 2025. Analysis of social growth and development by concentrating on theme of cultural diversity in modern America.
AMH 4373 American Business History (3) Prereq: AMH 2010 or 2025. Analysis on historical growth and development of American economy with emphasis placed on period since industrialization.
AMH 4420 History of Florida
(3) A survey of Florida’s historical development from Spanish colonial possession to leading southeastern state with attention to its economic, social and cultural diversity.
AMH 4511 History of American Diplomacy Since 1898 (3) Prereq: AMH 2025. Traces episodes of American diplomacy from Spanish American War, through imperialism, wars and foreign affairs involving the United States, Cold War, revolution in American diplomacy, dissent and the impact of diplomacy on American politics, intellectual life, and society at large.
AMH 4550 Constitutional History (3) Prereq: AMH 2010 or 2025. History and development of U.S. Constitution from colonial period to present. Emphasis on principle, practices, reactions of the people and changing interpretations.
AMH 4573 Black Americans in Twentieth Century (3) Prereq: AMH 2010, 2025. Focuses on critical problems of Black Americans from Washington-DuBois controversy, through segregation, rise of racial organizations and Civil Rights Era.
ASH 4300 The Far East in History (3) Opening up of Far East by Western powers and its development in 19th and 20th centuries.
CPO 3002 Comparative Government (3) Prereq: POS 2041. Compares government and politics of United States with that of four major European powers with emphasis on their contribution to American system and the U.S. contribution to other governments.
CPO 3204 Contemporary Africa (3) Prereq: POS 2041. Governments and politics of Africa south of Sahara. Emphasis on cultural, political, economic and ideological development.
CPO 4202 Politics and Government of African States (3) Prereq: Senior Standing. Politics and government of states of Africa. Emphasis on political, administrative, and economic and foreign policy developments of contemporary Africa.
EUH 3100 Ancient History (3) Prereq: WOH 1012. Surveys history of ancient world from ca. 2500 B.C. to period of German invasions ca. 375 A.D. Emphasis placed on analyzing social forces of economic, political, and religious natures that governed society during that period as well as effects of education, technology, and welfare.
EUH 3120 Medieval History (3) Prereq: WOH 1012. Study of European development from collapse of Roman Empire, giving special attention to barbarian invasions and their results, rise of the church, formation of national states, and economic and cultural revival.
EUH 3201 European History (3) Prereq: WOH 1022. Analysis of Reformation Period, Age of Exploration, Age of Revolutions, Imperialism, World War, and Post-War Europe.
EUH 3205 Europe, 1750 to the Present (3) Prereq:  WOH 1022. Analysis of Age of Revolutions, Imperialism, World Wars, and Post-War Europe.
EUH 3501 History of England, 1485-1714 (3) Growth and decline of the Tudor and Stuart monarchies, overseas colonization, and social, economic, and cultural developments.
EUH 4573 Modern Russian History: 1862 to the Present (3) From Bolshevik take-over to international emergency of Soviet regime.
GEA 2000 World Geography (3) Cultural subdivisions of earth studied by regional approach; geographic locations and environmental nature of countries related to human activities.
GEA 3222 Geography of United States (3) Physical, cultural, and historical geography of United States; population and economic patterns.
GEA 3600 Geography of Africa (3) Physical, cultural, and historical geography of Sub-Saharan Africa; population and economic patterns.
GEA 5615 Advanced Geography of Africa (3) Physical, cultural, and historical geography of African continent; cultural change and modernization; political change; strong emphasis on individual research.
GEO 1010 Principles of Geography (3) Major emphasis on physical nature of earth and formative processes; weather and climate; fundamentals of maps relation of distribution or variations in earth’s features to man’s activities.
GEO 3250 Climatology (3) Prereq: GEO 1010. Role of individual elements of climate on world weather and climate patterns; detailed study of weather processes; analytic speculation on past and future world climatic patterns.
GEO 3354 Environment and Human Ecology
(3) Prereq: GEO 1370. In-depth study of relationships of overpopulation, hunger, resource shortages, environmental deterioration.
GEO 3370 Conservation (3) Man’s interaction with environment and its effects; necessity for wise use of natural resources, and effects of unwise use.
GEO 3421 Cultural Geography (3) A systematic approach to the spatial distribution of cultural features, processes, and relationships. Emphasis is on the contemporary cultural landscape and the environment.
GEO 3502 Economic Geography (3) Economic activities as related to resource distribution, environmental conditions, and technological developments; emphasis on spatial patterns of agriculture, resources manufacturing, and commerce.
HIS 3150 Historiography (3) Prereq: HIS 3104. Laboratory