American History, Graduate Certificate

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The program course outline and graduation requirements for this catalog year are listed below.  The department website provides an overview of the program, including admission requirements, faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers:


American History (select 9 credits)
HIS 513 – The Transformation of American Society 1877-1917 
HIS 515 – American Overland Trail 
HIS 518 – A Women's Place is in the Curriculum: A Multicultural Approach 
HIS 520 – Sex, Race, and the American Law 
HIS 530 – American Radical Tradition 
HIS 534 – History of Women in the Profession 
HIS 536 – Progressive and Modern Women in the U.S.A. 
HIS 551 – The Colonial Period in U.S. History 
HIS 555 – The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877 
HIS 557 – The American Revolution and the Civil War: Comparative Perspectives
HIS 559 – The New Deal 
HIS 562 – Seminar in the History of American Diplomacy 
HIS 563 – History of Urban America 
HIS 566 – History of American Radicalism
HIS 567 – Gender and Ethnicity in American History
HIS 569 – American Indian History 
HIS 590 – Seminar in American Intellectual History

Please note: This program is not eligible for financial aid (Title IV and/or State funds) and it is not a VA approved program. This means that veterans or other eligible persons will not be able to use VA benefits to supplement the cost of this program.