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World History (WH)

WH 105. World Civilizations. Study of the historical development of the world’s major non-Western civilizations. (3)

WH 100. African Civilization. A study of the development of African civilizations from ancient times to the present. (University Studies course) (3)

WH 110. Chinese Civilization. A survey of the history of Chinese civilization from its inception in ancient times to the contemporary period. (University Studies course) (3)

WH 125. Islamic Civilization. A survey of the history of Islamic civilization from the time of Muhammad until the present. (University Studies course) (3)

WH 130. Latin American Civilization. A survey of Latin American civilization from PreColombian times to the present with emphasis on the mixture of cultures and the struggle for modernity, including an examination of cultural, social, economic and political forces which have shaped Latin American Civilization. (University Studies course) (3)

WH 200. Topics in World History: Study of selected topics in world history. (1)

WH 400. Topics in world History: study of selected topics in world history. (1)

WH 410. Age of Greece: Survey of ancient Greece from the Bronze Age through the period of Alexander the Great. (3)

WH 424. South Americas: National period, beginning with independence movement of the early Nineteenth Century. Post-independence problems of the new republics, emphasizing Argentina, Brazil and Chile. (3)

WH 430. History of China and Japan: Study of the history and culture of China and Japan, with special emphasis on Western influence on those nations. (3)

WH 440. Modern Middle East: Investigation of the political, economic, social, religious, and cultural developments of the Middle East from Napoleon's invasion of Egypt in 1798 to the present. (3)

WH 520. Latin American Colonial History: Iberian and Indian background to the voyages of discovery and conquest; establishment of the imperial institutions, Bourbon reforms, and origins of independence. (3)

WH 522. History of South America: Survey of the development of the major nations of South America since independence with particular attention to revolutionary change and the evolution of democracy. (3)

WH 524. History of Mexico: Examination of modern Mexico from the wars of independence to the present with emphasis upon Santa Anna, Juarez, Maximillian, Porfirio Diaz, and the Mexican Republic. (3)

WH 550.  The Atlantic World: The political, social, economic and cultural history of the Atlantic world from 1492 to 1830. (3)

WH 610. Readings in World History: Selected readings world history. Topics will vary according to the as of specialty of the instructor. (3)

WH 630. Studies in World History: Intensive study and research in world history. Topics will vary according to the areas of specialty of the instructor. (3)

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