HIS 460: DIRECTED READINGS (F, S)
This course involves readings of certain basic books relating to a specific historical topic, theme, or era; assignments discussed in seminar-tutorial fashion.
HIS 475: INTERNSHIP (F, S)
Working under a public historian, a student will expand his/her understanding of American History through hands-on participation at a historical site, museum, or archive. The internship requires meetings with a faculty supervisor, an on-site project, a major paper, and an evaluation by the site historian.
HIS 480: SEMINAR (F, S)
Methodology and historiography; bibliographical essay required.
HIS 481: SEMINAR (F, S)
Writing a research paper.