HIST 201. The Art of Historical Detection: ____. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Introduces non-history majors to the methods of the discipline by undertaking a series of case studies in historical inquiry. Each case study will consist of a close examination of a single historical question, covering the general background to that question and exploring relevant primary and secondary sources. Students will then use this evidence to propose well-reasoned solutions to the question at hand.

Interdisciplinary career readiness skills, minor in

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...HIST 101 Survey of European History 3 HIST...Mathematical Reasoning 3 PHIL 201 Introduction to Ethics...

Art History, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

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...3 HIST 3XX (any 300-level HIST course...language (101, 102 and 201, if needed) The...

Undergraduate registration

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...900 Park Avenue, Room 201; or phone (804...of a course subject (HIST) and number (101...