The development and cross-fertilization of civilizations in Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas from about 3500 BCE to AD 1500.

Credit(s): 0.00 or 3.00

Character, development, and emerging interdependence of the world's major civilizations since 1500.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of American history from the pre-Revolutionary period through the Civil War era.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of US history from the Civil War era.

Credit(s): 3.00

Great books of Western civilization in their historical setting. Greece and Rome. Co-requisites: ENGS 027, REL 027; Concurrent enrollment in the Integrated Humanities Program.

Credit(s): 3.00

Great books of Western civilization in their historical setting. Renaissance to Existentialism. Co-requisites: ENGS 028, REL 028; Concurrent enrollment in the Integrated Humanities Program.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of European history, 500-1648.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of European history, 1648-present.

Credit(s): 3.00

Surveys Native North American history across regions of the continent that became Canada and the United States from pre- contact to the present, with emphasis on Indian-European interaction.

Credit(s): 3.00

Political, social, cultural, and literary development of ancient Greece. May be repeated for credit with different content: typically alternates between early period (Bronze Age through Persian Wars) and late (Athenian Empire through Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World). Cross-listed with: CLAS 021.

Credit(s): 3.00

Political, social, cultural, and literary development of ancient Rome. May be repeated for credit with different content: normally alternates between early period (Monarchy and Republic) and late (Empire). Cross-listed with CLAS 023.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to the early history of the Indian subcontinent, focusing on the political, cultural, and religious forces that shaped the region before British colonialism.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of the modern history of South Asia from the advent of British colonialism to the present, focusing on colonialism, nationalism, globalization, and religious conflict.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to the political, social, and economic history of Africa, focusing on the major events and forces that shaped the continent before the colonial period.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to African history from European conquest to the present, with special attention paid to African resistance, the nature of colonialism, and African independence movements.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to the major institutions evolved in the Middle East from the advent of Islam to the Mongol conquest of Baghdad in 1258.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to the major institutions evolved in the Islamic Middle East since the Mongol conquest of Baghdad in 1258 to the present.

Credit(s): 3.00

An introductory survey of the history of Chinese and Japanese civilizations from their Neolithic origins until the twentieth century.

Credit(s): 0.00 or 3.00

Comparative survey concentrating on the complex cultural, economic, and political development of Spanish and Portuguese America from pre-Conquest to 1820.

Credit(s): 3.00

Comparative survey concentrating on Latin America from the independence movements to the present with emphasis on cultural, political, and economic development and US intervention.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of Canadian history from aboriginal settlement to the present. Themes include Indian-White relations, colonial societies, national identities, American influence. Field trip to Canada.

Credit(s): 3.00

The role and influence of nature on global human history and how people and cultures have influenced the natural world around them. Cross-listed with: ENVS 167.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of race relations and the construction of national identity in the United States in historical perspective.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining African, Asian, Middle Eastern, and/or Global history. Representative topics: Golden Age of Piracy; Vikings. May be repeated for credit with different content.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Exploration of the ways in which American cemeteries, burial practices, and grieving for the dead are studied.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Subjects vary by semester. Representative topics: "Europe Since 1945," "European's Women's History." May be repeated for credit with different content.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Subjects vary by semester. Representative topics: "History of Lake Champlain," "Looking Around Burlington." May be repeated for credit with different content.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Topics examining the history of the Americas. Representative topics: The Golden Age of Sports; The 1960s. May be repeated for credit with different content.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Topics exploring films as primary sources and as historical interpretations. Representative topics: Medieval & Renaissance Europe in Film; Twentieth century European History in Film. May be repeated for credit with different content.

Credit(s): 3.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

An on-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Investigation of the theory and practice of history through critique of historians' methods, analysis of primary sources, and development of the research and writing skills necessary for constructing historical arguments. Prerequisites: History major; three hours in History; Sophomore standing recommended.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining the history of the Americas. Representative topics: Early Republic; American Cultural History; US Legal History. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining European history. Representative topics: Capetian France; World War I in Europe; Twentieth-century Europe. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Explores the modern history of the Himalayas, examining how the region has participated in global struggles for power, enlightenment, capital, and control over the environment. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines how visual materials (buildings, posters, film, clothing, etc.) have generated meanings in different historical contexts, and their use for social, cultural, and political ends. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Undergraduate student service as a teaching assistant, usually in an introductory-level course in the discipline, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Examines the social, cultural, and political history of the British Isles from 1300 to 1688, focusing on institutions, religious beliefs, literature, art, and everyday life. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines the social, cultural, and political history of Britain since 1688, focusing on social movements and relations, gender, industrialization, popular culture, and the world wars. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

An exploration of the ideological and geopolitical struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union, encompassing the political, social, cultural, and economic repercussions of the conflict in Europe and the United States. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

A history of modern Zionism and the Zionist movement from its inception in Europe in the second half of the nineteenth century to the establishment of Israel. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 112.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines the relationship between the development of so-called total war (including resource mobilization and popular nationalism in multiple nation-states) and major themes in modern global history. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Politics and culture of nationalisms in East-Central and Southeastern Europe since 1772, focusing on the Czech, Hungarian, Polish, and Serb nations. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

History of the Polish people and Polish state from the tenth century to the present. Strong emphasis on the twentieth century. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 115.

Credit(s): 3.00

Exploration of the explosion of new religious ideas that characterized the period from 1100 to 1500 and the Church's response to these challenges. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines legends from and about the European Middle Ages, analyzing how and why societies create and cling to intellectually improbable interpretations of the world. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

The course explores the changes and continuities in European societies following the devastation of World War II. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

The history of the Jewish people from the eighteenth century to the present, focusing on Europe and the United States. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 119.

Credit(s): 3.00

Political, social, cultural, and literary development of ancient Greece. May be repeated for credit with different content: normally alternates between early period (Bronze Age through Persian Wars) and late (Athenian Empire through Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World). Prerequisite: HST 009 or appropriate work in Classics. Cross-listed with CLAS 121.

Credit(s): 3.00

Political, social, cultural, and literary development of ancient Rome. May be repeated for credit with different content: normally alternates between early period (Monarchy and Republic) and late (Empire). Prerequisite: HST 009 or appropriate work in Classics. Cross-listed with: CLAS 122.

Credit(s): 3.00

European society from the fourteenth to early sixteenth century, emphasizing the transition from medieval to modern society and the roots of Renaissance Italy's cultural and artistic brilliance. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

European society from the Renaissance to mid-seventeenth century. Emphasis on religious struggles growing out of the Protestant Reformation and their impact on the social, political, economic, and cultural movements of the era. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining European culture and society. Representative topics: 1880-1920; 1914-1945. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

European society and culture before and during "The Great War." Transitions in the arts, philosophy, science and technology, industry, dance, theatre, attitudes, and diplomacy. Prerequisite: HST 014 or HST 016.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining the history of ideas in Europe. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Ireland 1600 to present. English subjugation of Ireland, Anglo-Irish relations, emergence of Irish nationalism, Irish Literary Renaissance, Irish Free State, and ongoing problem of Northern Ireland. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining French history. Representative topics: France since Napoleon. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Russian political, social, and intellectual history from Kievan Rus' to the Revolutions of 1917, focusing on the Imperial period (1700-1917). Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Soviet political and social history, 1917-1991, centering on the Stalin era and on efforts of post-Stalin regimes to deal with the Stalinist legacy. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Political, cultural, and social history of Germany from unification in 1871 through the Wilhemine empire, Weimar Republic, Nazi era, and postwar period. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 139.

Credit(s): 3.00

Lecture survey. Topics include: Sudanic states, Islamic revolution, slavery and the slave trade, European scramble and the African resistance, colonialism and the colonial state, African nationalism. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Lecture survey, covering the history of Southern Africa from the Bantu Migrations to the end of Apartheid. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

History of Nigeria from earliest times to the present, concentrating on the impact of colonial conquest, nationalism, and the politics and economics of independence. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Exploration of the relationship between religion and politics in Islamic history, from the rise of Islam in the seventh century to modern times. The course defines the Islamic world broadly, including the Indian subcontinent and Africa. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining Middle Eastern history. Representative topics: Iran, Egypt, and Turkey. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Offers an historical understanding of social and political change in the Middle East during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Comparative study of three major ancient legal systems and their roles in their respective societies: ancient Near East (Sumerian to Hittite), Greek, and Roman. Prerequisite: Three credits in Classics, History, Philosophy, or Political Science. Cross-listed with: CLAS 147, POLS 182.

Credit(s): 3.00

A thematic and historical introduction to the civilization of Ancient Egypt and its cultural position and influence in both the ancient and modern worlds. Prerequisite: Three credits in Classics or History. Cross-listed with: CLAS 148.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of the complex histories and cultures of Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Syria, and the Levant (including Israel and Judah). May be repeated for credit with different content: normally alternates between Bronze Age (3000-1200 BCE) and Iron Age (1200-323 BCE). Prerequisite: HST 009 or HST 021 or CLAS 021 or appropriate work in Classics. Cross-listed with: CLAS 149.

Credit(s): 3.00

China from the late Qing Dynasty to the present, with particular attention to the influence of Western imperialism, the process of revolution, and the Communist era. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Transition from tradition to modernity in Japan from the Meiji Restoration, 1868 to the present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in American diplomatic history. Representative topics: 1890s: Globalizing America; Treaties & International Law; US & Latin America. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Atlantic World history. Representative topics: Women in the British Atlantic World. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

The political, economic, and social history of colonial North America with special attention paid to cross-cultural and comparative history. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Explores the history of the samurai class in Japan, as represented in primary historical sources, recent secondary scholarship, and contemporary popular culture. Prerequisite: HST 055 or HST 151.

Credit(s): 3.00

History of New England as place and idea, exploring the process by which regional identities are formed and changed over time. Prerequisite:Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Explores the history of sexuality in Europe and North America since 1700, focusing on medical and scientific theories as well as sexual cultures and practices. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Gender, Sexuality, & Women's Studies. Cross-listed with: GSWS 131.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining Latin American & Caribbean history. Representative topics: Latin American Indigenous History; Latin American Populism; Drugs in Latin America. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining Mexican history. Representative topics: Modern Mexico. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Canada's relationship with the United States from the Revolutionary War to the present, emphasizing diplomatic, economic, social, and environmental relations in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examination of human-environmental interaction on the North American continent over the past five hundred years. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: ENVS 166.

Credit(s): 3.00

Explores the cultural, social, and political history of London from Roman times to the present, focusing on the city's geography, social structures, populations, and institutions. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

A survey of North American Indian history from European contact to the present. Cultural and military conflicts, resistance movements, accommodation, and cultural adaptation within the U.S. Prerequisite: Three hours History.

Credit(s): 3.00

An examination of Native American philosophies, spiritualities, political theories, and ecological perspectives. Traditional Native American thought, intellectuals and intellectual movements, and contemporary resistance and reform movements. Prerequisite: Three hours.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examination of the tools, techniques, and perspectives used in studying the historic development of places and landscapes. Vermont and other North American case studies. Prerequisite: GEOG 050 or GEOG 070 or HST 012. Cross-listed with: GEOG 170.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey in the history of American society, including community structures, family life, work patterns, value systems, social class, and mobility. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in US social history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

A survey history of Americans and the United States in international affairs from the colonial period through US entry into World War I in 1917. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

A survey history of Americans and the United States in international affairs from World War I to the present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of the Revolutionary Era, 1760-1791. Causes of the Revolution, War for Independence, establishment of the Constitution. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in US history since 1945. Representative topics: The 1960s; The 1980s. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics in the history of American and European cinema and society, focusing on the filmmaker as historian and the film as historical artifact. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Film & Television Studies.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in US women's history. Representative topics: Women's Political History; Women, Families, & the Economy. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies minor.

Credit(s): 3.00

Development of the US military establishment within the framework of US history from the Colonial era to the present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of Vermont history from early times to the present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: VS 184.

Credit(s): 3.00

Economic, social, political, and intellectual developments in US history as they have affected and been affected by African-Americans, 1619 to Civil War. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Economic, social, political, and intellectual developments in US history as they have affected and been affected by African-Americans, Civil War to present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Study of the background, events, and aftermath of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany and Europe under German control. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 190.

Credit(s): 3.00

Causes, conduct, and consequences of global war from 1931 to 1945, including social, economic, political, and diplomatic as well as military aspects. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: HS 191.

Credit(s): 3.00

Social studies curricula and selected social studies topics. Not acceptable toward fulfilling Arts and Sciences College major requirements. Prerequisite: Acceptance in teacher certification program.

Credit(s): 3.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional classroom/laboratory setting under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate students work on individual or small team research projects under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

On-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Identifying and interpreting evidence of the cultural forces - early settlement patterns, transportation, industry, agriculture, planning, conservation - that have shaped our land, buildings, towns, and cities. Prerequisites: Admission to the Historic Preservation graduate program; or twelve hours of History and minimum Junior standing. Cross-listed with: HP 201.

Credit(s): 3.00

Undergraduate student service as a teaching assistant, usually in an introductory level course in the discipline, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Topics examining themes in Global history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Selected topics on the nature and results of interactions among the world's peoples. HST 209: to 1500. HST 210: since 1500. Prerequisite: Minimum Junior standing; twelve hours of History including HST 009 or HST 010.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines cultural expressions of colonial power through the example of British India, exploring colonialism's impact on Indian ideas about gender, family, caste, community, and nation. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Ancient history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours in History or Classics; minimum Junior standing. Cross-listed with: CLAS 221.

Credit(s): 3.00

Selected aspects of Near Eastern, Greek, or Roman History (e.g. trade and colonization, imperialism, social and political institutions, cultural and intellectual developments). Prerequisites: Minimum Junior standing; twelve hours of History. Cross-listed with: CLAS 221, CLAS 222.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Medieval European history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Early Modern European history. Representative topics: Books & Readers in Europe, 1250- 1650. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Modern European history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Modern European history and Holocaust Studies. Representative topics: The Holocaust & Memory; Auschwitz; The Holocaust in Poland. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing. Cross-listed with: HS 227.

Credit(s): 3.00

History of the attitudes of ordinary people towards every day life in European society from the Middle Ages to the present. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics exploring themes in Islamic history. Representative topics: Ottoman History; Women & Gender in Islamic History. May be repeated for credit with different content. Preerquisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in imperial Russian history. Representative topics: Late Imperial Literature & Film; Nineteenth-century Russian Literature & History; Russian Memoirs of Childhood; Russian Exiles from Herzen to Nabokov. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Soviet history. Representative topics: Stalinist Culture & Society; Early Soviet Cinema; The Great Patriotic War. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

History of slavery from a comparative perspective, including Classical Antiquity, Islam and the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Southern United States. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining African history. Representative topics: The Transatlantic Slave Trade & the African Diaspora; Africa's Urban Past; Colonialism, Public Health, & Disease in Africa. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining East Asian history. Representative topics: Postwar Japan; Japan in the World; Modern Japan-China Relations. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining Chinese history. Representative topics: China under Chairman Mao; 20th-century China; China and the West. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in Latin American & Caribbean history. Representative topics: Latin America: History & Memory. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics in Canadian history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Advanced reading and research on the role and influence of nature on human history and how people and cultures have influenced the natural world. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; Junior/Senior/Graduate standing. Cross-listed with: ENVS 267.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in American social history. Representative topics: US Social History. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics in U.S. Social History. HST 271: to the Civil War; HST 272: Civil War to the present. Prerequisites: Minimum Junior standing; twelve hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in modern US history. Representative topics: War & Culture in America; Growth of the Federal Government. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Selected topics in U.S. history, among them foreign relations, the role of the presidency, World War II, and the Cold War. Prerequisites: Minimum Junior standing; twelve hours of History.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in early American history. Representative topics: American Slavery; Early Republic. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Advanced readings and research on the diverse history of LGBT peoples in Europe and North America with a focus on case studies, recent scholarship, and major theoretical works. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History, or GSWS 001 and six additional hours of Gender, Sexuality, & Women's Studies courses; minimum Junior standing. Cross-listed with: GSWS 280.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics exploring themes in Vermont history. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Topics examining themes in contemporary historical writing. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional classroom/laboratory setting under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate student work on individual or small research projects under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

An on-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Readings and research in a specific area; topics to be individually arranged; attendance in appropriate undergraduate courses may be required (see undergraduate catalogue).

Credit(s): 3.00 to 6.00

Historical methods, philosophy of history, and the history of history writing. Prerequisite: Graduate students only.

Credit(s): 3.00

Intended primarily for students in Historic Preservation, but open to other Graduate students.

Credit(s): 3.00

Required of all candidates for the M.A. who are writing a thesis. Normally arranged for two semesters at three hours each. Prerequisite: Graduate students only.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 6.00

On-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 6.00

See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Directed individual study of areas not appropriately covered by existing courses. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 6.00