History/Government/Philosophy Courses

Undergraduate

HGP 110 Development of Civilization

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

(Course is also available in print format.)
As outlined in Section IV of the General Education Curriculum, this course consists of the first part of a two semester course in global civilization. These two courses attempt to "promote an understanding of the political and social systems developed by diverse cultures throughout history." In the process, it seeks to foster in students "a capacity to develop and maintain a global perspective (cultural, historical, and societal) from which a strong set of ethical and moral values can evolve." It seeks to promote "an ability to initiate inquiry, question conventional wisdom, and analyze problems."

HGP 110 Development of World Civilization

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Semester
  • Tuition: $995.40

As outlined in Section IV of the General Education Curriculum, this course consists of the first part of a two semester course in global civilization. These two courses attempt to "promote an understanding of the political and social systems developed by diverse cultures throughout history." In the process, it seeks to foster in students "a capacity to develop and maintain a global perspective (cultural, historical, and societal) from which a strong set of ethical and moral values can evolve." It seeks to promote "an ability to initiate inquiry, question conventional wisdom, and analyze problems."

HGP 110 Development of Civilization

  • Format: Print
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $495

As outlined in Section IV of the General Education Curriculum, this course consists of the first part of a two semester course in global civilization. These two courses attempt to "promote an understanding of the political and social systems developed by diverse cultures throughout history." In the process, it seeks to foster in students "a capacity to develop and maintain a global perspective (cultural, historical, and societal) from which a strong set of ethical and moral values can evolve." It seeks to promote "an ability to initiate inquiry, question conventional wisdom, and analyze problems."

HGP 111 Development of Civilization From 1500

  • Format: Print
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $495

As outlined in Section IV of the General Education Curriculum, this course consists of the second part of a two semester course in global civilization. These two courses attempt to "promote an understanding of the political and social systems developed by diverse cultures throughout history." In the process, it seeks to foster in students "a capacity to develop and maintain a global perspective (cultural, historical, and societal) from which a strong set of ethical and moral values can evolve." It seeks to promote "an ability to initiate inquiry, question conventional wisdom, and analyze problems." Through structured learning activities involving global history, students should develop their ability (a) to "read, write and listen accurately, effectively, and critically" (b) to "distinguish fact from opinion and think independently" and (c) to "think accurately." Formal and informal class activities should help the successful student grow in the understanding of "diverse moral and ethical philosophies" and in assessing "one's place within a larger historical and multicultural framework."

HGP 111 The Development of World Civilizations since 1500 - Available soon!

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

Available soon!

HGP 111 The Development of World Civilizations since 1500

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Semester
  • Tuition: $995.40

As outlined in Section IV of the General Education Curriculum, this course consists of the second part of a two semester course in global civilization. These two courses attempt to "promote an understanding of the political and social systems developed by diverse cultures throughout history." In the process, it seeks to foster in students "a capacity to develop and maintain a global perspective (cultural, historical, and societal) from which a strong set of ethical and moral values can evolve." It seeks to promote "an ability to initiate inquiry, question conventional wisdom, and analyze problems."

HGP 471 Senior Seminar (Government Emphasis)

  • Format: Print
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $495

This course is designed to be the academic capstone experience for all students who have majored in History/Government. Each student will write a paper that reflects the student’s mastery of library usage, research methodology, breadth of knowledge, and writing ability. All students enrolled in the Senior Seminar will also write their Senior Comprehensive Examinations as part of the departmental requirement for all History/Government majors. The Seminar topic will be chosen by the instructor, but sufficient methodological approaches will be explored to accommodate the interests of students from either a History or Government emphasis.

HGP 471 Senior Seminar (History Emphasis)

  • Format: Print
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $495

This course is designed to be the academic capstone experience for all students who have majored in History/Government. Each student will write a paper that reflects the student’s mastery of library usage, research methodology, breadth of knowledge, and writing ability. All students enrolled in the Senior Seminar will also write their Senior Comprehensive Examinations as part of the departmental requirement for all History/Government majors. The Seminar topic will be chosen by the instructor, but sufficient methodological approaches will be explored to accommodate the interests of students from either a History or Government emphasis.

HGP 471 Senior Seminar

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

This course is designed to be the academic capstone experience for all students who have majored in History/Government. All seminar members will participate in the discussion of the assigned reading material. Each student will write a paper that reflects the student’s mastery of library usage, research methodology, breadth of knowledge, and writing ability. The students will give oral presentations of their papers to the members of the Seminar. All students enrolled in the Senior Seminar will also write their Senior Comprehensive Examinations as part of the departmental requirement for all History/Government majors. The Seminar topic will be chosen by the instructor but sufficient methodological approaches will be explored to accommodate the interests of students from either a History or Government emphasis.

HGP 471 Senior Seminar

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Semester
  • Tuition: $995.40

This course is designed to be the academic capstone experience for all students who have majored in History/Government. All seminar members will participate in the discussion of the assigned reading material. Each student will write a paper that reflects the student’s mastery of library usage, research methodology, breadth of knowledge, and writing ability. The students will give oral presentations of their papers to the members of the Seminar. All students enrolled in the Senior Seminar will also write their Senior Comprehensive Examinations as part of the departmental requirement for all History/Government majors. The Seminar topic will be chosen by the instructor but sufficient methodological approaches will be explored to accommodate the interests of students from either a History or Government emphasis.