Undergraduate Courses

General Education Courses

  • HIST 101: World History I
  • HIST 111: World History I (Honors students only)
  • HIST 102: World History II
  • HIST 112: World History II (Honors students only)
  • HIST 105: History of the United States I
  • HIST 115: History of the United States I (Honors students only)
  • HIST 106: History of the United States II
  • HIST 116: History of the United States II (Honors students only)
  • HIST 350: African Diaspora
  • HIST 360: African Diaspora (Honors students only)

History Major Core

  • HIST 299: Writing and Problem Solving in History
  • HIST 497: Historiography (Upper-level students only)

Division 1 - THE AMERICAS

  • HIST 320: The American Colonies
  • HIST 323: American Society from the Revolution to the Civil War
  • HIST 325: Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 326: Twentieth Century America
  • HIST 327: American Military Experience (fall only)
  • HIST 330: Urban History of the United States
  • HIST 333: History of Baltimore
  • HIST 334: History of Maryland
  • HIST 335: History of Native Americans
  • HIST 337: American Constitutional History
  • HIST 338: History of American Business and Industry
  • HIST 351: African-Americans in United States History
  • HIST 352: African-American Women in United States History
  • HIST 354: History of the Civil Rights Movement
  • HIST 362: Women in the African Diaspora
  • HIST 364: Comparative Slavery in the African Diaspora
  • HIST 381: History of Latin America and the Caribbean Area to 1823
  • HIST 382: History of Latin America and the Caribbean Area since 1823
  • HIST 425: Social History of the American Motion Picture
  • HIST 426: History of American Broadcasting
  • HIST 428-429: Colloquium in United States History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)
  • HIST 458-459: Colloquium in African-American History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)
  • HIST 468-469: Colloquium in African Diaspora History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)

Division 2 - EUROPE, AFRICA, ASIA

  • HIST 311: The Ancient World
  • HIST 312: Medieval and Renaissance Europe
  • HIST 313: Emerging Europe
  • HIST 314: Europe from the Restoration through World War II
  • HIST 315: Contemporary Europe
  • HIST 371: Africa to 1875 (fall only)
  • HIST 372: Africa since 1870 (spring only)
  • HIST 385: History of the Islamic World
  • HIST 387: Introduction to East Asian History
  • HIST 388: East Asia in Modern Times
  • HIST 389: History of Modern China
  • HIST 390: History of Modern Japan
  • HIST 412: Imperialism in the Modern World
  • HIST 413: History of England to the Bill of Rights
  • HIST 414: History of England since 1688
  • HIST 415: Russia since 1856
  • HIST 418-419: Colloquium in European History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)
  • HIST 471: African Diplomatic History
  • HIST 478-479: Colloquium in African History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)
  • HIST 488-489: Colloquium in Third World History I & II (Upper-level students only; may be repeated once if different topic is offered)

Division 3 - SPECIAL TOPICS

  • HIST 340: Oral History Approaches to the Study of History
  • HIST 391: Revolution in Modern Times
  • HIST 392: History of Non-Violent Protest in the Twentieth Century
  • HIST 393: History of Feminist and Sexual Revolutions in the Twentieth Century
  • HIST 394: The World's "Hot Spots": Historical Sources of Contemporary Problems
  • HIST 395: The History of Nuclear Power in the Modern World
  • HIST 396: The Environmental Crisis in Historical Perspective
  • HIST 397: History of Science and Technology
  • HIST 490: Interdisciplinary Seminar (May be retaken once if different topic is offered)
  • HIST 498: Senior Internship (Seniors with 3.0+ cumulative/major averages & approval of the Chairperson)
  • HIST 499: Senior Research or Teaching / Tutorial Assistantship (Seniors with 3.0+ cumulative/major averages & approval of the Chairperson)

 HONORS HISTORY

  • HIST 398-399: Honors Historiography I & II (Honors students only)
  • HIST 401-402: Senior Honors Thesis I & II (Honors students only)

GEOGRAPHY

  • GEOG 101: Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG 104: Introduction to Physical Geography--Landforms
  • GEOG 105: Introduction to Weather and Climate
  • GEOG 106: Principles of Human Geography
  • GEOG 160: Introductory Cartography
  • GEOG 200: Geography of the Americas
  • GEOG 202: Geography of Europe
  • GEOG 205: Geography of Asia
  • GEOG 207: Geography of Africa
  • GEOG 210: Geography of the Middle East
  • GEOG 300: Political Geography
  • GEOG 302: Economic Geography
  • GEOG 307: Geographic Quantitative Methods
  • GEOG 309: Urban Land Use
  • GEOG 310: Urban Water Resources
  • GEOG 320: Cartography II (Prerequisite: COSC 151)
  • GEOG 339: Map Reading and Aerial Photo Interpretations
  • GEOG 360: Cartography III (Prerequisite: GEOG 320)
  • GEOG 422: Industrial Geography
  • GEOG 423: Geography of Transportation
  • GEOG 425: Individual Study in Geography
  • GEOG 426: Senior Seminar in Geography

SOCIAL SCIENCE

  • SOSC 101: Introduction to the Social Sciences
  • SOSC 102: Writing and Problem Solving in the Social Sciences
  • SOSC 301: Teaching Contemporary Issues in Social Studies