Upper-Division History Requirements

Social Studies Broadfield majors must take at least 15 credits (five courses) of upper-division history coursework, including at least six credits (two courses) from each of the four categories listed below. Note that some courses count toward more than one category--for example, HSTA 408 - Gender in America counts toward both the US History and Race/Class/Gender History requirements.

Please note that many of these courses are offered on a limited or irregular basis. Please consult with your advisor and see the schedule of classes to check course availability in a particular semester.

 

US History Non-Western History European History Race/Class/Gender History

HSTA 311 - Early America

HSTR 308 - Ancient Egypt HSTR 302 - Ancient Greece HSTA 320 - Birth of Modern US: 1865-1945

HSTA 315 - The Age of Jefferson & Jackson: The Early American Republic

HSTR 330 - History of Mexico HSTR 304 - Ancient Rome HSTA 402 - Sex and Sexuality in America
HSTA 316 - American Civil War Era HSTR 340 - Age of the Shoguns HSTR 313 - Religion & Violence HSTA 407 - Gender in U.S. & Canadian West
HSTA 318 - Gilded Age to 1940  HSTR 342 - Japan's Meiji Revolution HSTR 322 - 19th Century Europe HSTA 408 - Gender in America
HSTA 320 - Birth of Modern US: 1865-1945 HSTR 345 - Modern China HSTR 324 - 20th Century Europe HSTA 409 - Food in America
HSTA 322 - American History: WWII to Present HSTR 346 - Modern India HSTR 350 - Modern Britain HSTA 416 - Race & Class in America
HSTA 402 - Sex & Sexuality in America HSTR 359 - Russia to 1917 HSTR 353 - Modern France HSTA/NASX 450 - History of American Indians
HSTA 406 - McCarthy/Ike/Truman HSTR 366 - Middle East/20th Century HSTR 359 - Russia to 1917 HSTR 345 - Modern China
HSTA 407 - Gender in US & Canadian West HSTR 372 - The World at War HSTR 362 - Modern Germany HSTR 346 - Modern India
HSTA 408 - Gender in America HSTR 375 - Eurasian Borderlands HSTR 372 - The World at War HSTR 362 - Modern Germany
HSTA 409 - Food in America HSTR 376 - Twentieth Century War HSTR 407 - Soviet Union: Rise & Fall HSTR 415 - Gender & Technology
HSTA 412 - American Thought & Culture HSTR 416 - Global History of Food HSTR 415 - Gender & Technology HSTR 416 - Global History of Food
HSTA 416 - Race & Class in America HSTR 430 - Latin American Social History HSTR 416 - Global History of Food HSTR 430 - Latin American Social History
HSTA/NASX 450 - History of American Indians HSTR 431 - Race in Latin America HSTR 417 - Early Modern Science HSTR 431 - Race in Latin America
HSTA 460 - Montana and the West HSTR 432 - Colonial Latin America HSTR 419 - Modern Science HSTR 432 - Colonial Latin America
HSTA 464 - Trans-Mississippi West HSTR 433 - Latin American Perspectives HSTR 423 - European Intellectual History HSTR 433 - Latin American Perspectives
HSTA 468 - History of Yellowstone HSTR 434 - Gender in Latin America HSTR 425 - Mapping the World HSTR 434 - Gender in Latin America
HSTA 470 - American Environmental History HSTR 435 - Latin America: Human Rights HSTR 467 - History of Mountaineering* HSTR 435 - Latin America: Human Rights
HSTA 482 - History of American Technology HSTR 436 - Armed Conflict in Modern Latin America HSTR 486 - Museum History HSTR 438 - Latin America: Nature in History and Culture
HSTR 474 - Foundations of Public History HSTR 438 - Latin America: Nature in History and Culture   HSTR 443 - Gender in Asia
HSTR 486 - Museum History HSTR 443 - Gender in Asia   HSTR 444 - Gender in Japan
  HSTR 444 - Gender in Japan   HSTR 474 - Foundations of Public History
  HSTR 445 - Environment, Health & Science in Japan   HSTR 483 - Africa: Colonial Through Modern Era
  HSTR 446 - Science & Medicine in China   NASX 310 - Native Cultures of North America
  HSTR 467 - History of Mountaineering*    
  HSTR 468 - The Making of Modern Turkey    
  HSTR 482 - Animal Histories    
  HSTR 483 - Africa: Colonial Through Modern Era    
  HSTR 484 - World Environmental History    
  HSTR 486 - Museum History    

* Requires approval of faculty advisor--contact your academic advisor or the Education Advising Center for assistance.

Upper-Division Political Science Requirements

Social Studies Broadfield majors must take at least 12 credits (four courses) of upper-division political science coursework, including at least six credits (two courses) from each of the two categories listed below. Note that courses may not count toward more than one category.

Please note that many of these courses are offered on a limited or irregular basis. Please consult with your advisor and see the schedule of classes to check course availability in a particular semester.

U.S. Politics (National, State, Local) International Politics/Political Theory
PSCI 302 - Media & Politics PSCI 323 - Modern Political Thought
PSCI 306 - Legislative Process PSCI 331 - International Relations Theory
PSCI 339  Culture and Ideology: The Development of the Modern Prison PSCI 337 - Model United Nations
PSCI 341 - Political Parties & Elections PSCI 338 - Comparative Politics
PSCI 346 - American Presidency PSCI 354 - Contemporary Issues in Political Theory
PSCI 348 - Multicultural Politics in the U.S. PSCI 356 - Classical Political Thought
PSCI 362 - Natural Resource Policy PSCI 362 - Natural Resource Policy
PSCI 407 - Public Policy Analysis PSCI 418 - The Politics of War & Peace
PSCI 444 - Congressional Campaigns PSCI 423 - Politics of Development
PSCI 451 - State & Local Policy Making PSCI 434 - International Law
PSCI 454 - Cinema & Political Theory PSCI 436 - Politics of Food & Hunger
PSCI 465 - Public Administration & Policy PSCI 437 - International Political Economy
PSCI 471 - American Constitutional Law PSCI 439 - International Human Rights
NASX 476 - American Indian Policy & Law PSCI 454 - Cinema & Political Theory
  PSCI 455 - Politics & Virtue