HISTORY, UNITED STATES (US)
US 105. American History I.
A study of the history of the United States from the colonial beginnings to 1877. (University Studies course) (3)
US 107. American History II.
A study of the history of the United States from 1877 to the present. (University Studies course) (3)
US 200. Topics in American History.
Study of selected topics in American history. (1)
US 210. Women in American History.
Study of American history from colonial times to present, from perspective of women. (3)
US 220. History of American Folklore.
Study of the history, development, sources and traditions of American folklore. (3)
US 225. The History of the Vietnam War.
A study of the Vietnam War, with emphasis upon American involvement, 1945-75. (3)
US 302. (US 201) History of Missouri.
History of the state from earliest explorations to present. (3)
US 350. Colonial America.
Colonial period through the American Revolution. (3)
US 352. New American Republic 1789-1840.
Course examines significant political, social, and cultural developments in American civilization during the formative period from the ratification of the Constitution to the antebellum era and conflicting interpretations of those developments. (3)
US 354. Civil War Era 1840-1896.
A study of America as influenced by the Civil War, expansion, and imperialists of the period 1840-1896. (3)
US 356. Progressive America.
Economic, diplomatic, political, and cultural developments from 1877 to 1920. (3)
US 358. Modern America, 1945-Present.
An analysis of American domestic and foreign policy, focusing on the role of the President since 1950. (3)
US 400. Topics in American History.
Study of selected topics in American history. (1-3)
US 420. African American Slavery.
A study of Africans in America, both slave and free, from 1619 to 1865. (3)
US 430. American South.
Survey of the economic, intellectual, political, and social development of the South from the colonial period to the present. (3)
US 507. Civil War Reconstruction.
Study of the social, economic, military and political aspects of the Civil War and Reconstruction periods of American history. (3)
US 509. American West.
Survey of the economics, political, cultural, social, and intellectual development of the western region of the United States from the earliest American involvement to the present. (3)
US 511. American Diplomacy.
Diplomatic affairs and foreign policy from the American Revolution to date. (3)
US 520. History of American Ideas.
Examination of patterns in American thought from the colonial period to the present. (3)
US 522. American Presidential History.
An examination of the presidents and the Presidency in terms of personality, institutional evolution and achievements in foreign and domestic policy from 1789-
US 525. American Urban History.
Study of the origins, growth, and historical influence of American cities from the colonial town to the modern metropolis. (3)
US 528. American Economic History.
Study of the economic development of the U.S. in its historical perspective. (3)
US 529. History of American Labor.
Evolution of the American Labor movement to present. (3)
US 531. American Military History.
Study of changing relationships between civil/military authority of warfare and its impact upon democratic institutions. (3)