302. ROMAN HISTORY. (3) A study of Roman history from its beginning to the Fall of the Empire. Emphasis upon Rome's part in the preparation of the Mediterranean world for the spread of Christianity, and Rome's contributions to Western civilization. 303, 304. U.S. HISTORY. (3-3) A study of the growth and development of the United States; colonization, pre­ revolutionary period, development of constitutional government; social and economic influences in the nineteenth century; political development to the present day; the United States as a world power. This course satisfies the State requirement for American History and Constitution. 305, 306. HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT (3-3) A study of the organization and function of the legislative, judicial, and execu­ tive branches of the national government, national defense, finance, conservation of resources, business, labor, agriculture, foreign relations, and other subjects of national interest, etc. Satisfies the state requirement in institutions in American History. 401, 402. MEDIEVAL HISTORY. (3-3) A survey of Western European history from the fall of Rome to the Protestant Reformation. A study of medieval institutions with special emphasis on the transition in arts, letters, and learning from the medieval to the modern age. Includes the political social, and religious phases of the Reformation. 403, 404. HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE SINCE 1870. (3-3) A study of nationalism; the rise of power in Europe, the Balkan influence, the political, social and economic aspects of modern European development, and the background of the two great wars. 405, 406. THE DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. (2-2) A survey of American diplomatic history from the standpoint of the concepts of neutrality, isolation, expansion, manifest destiny, the Monroe Doctrine ; history of the international relations of the United States. 407. CURRENT ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS. (2) A study of present trends in economic, political and social problems as they are related to democratic life in America.


202. SOCIOLOGY. (3) An introduction to the study of social groups, their interactions and their effects on the individual. Consideration of family, culture, race relations, and population problems.

Made with FlippingBook flipbook maker