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University of Nevada, Reno    
 
    
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
University General Course Catalog 2013-2014 ARCHIVED CATALOG: LINKS AND CONTENT ARE OUT OF DATE. CHECK WITH YOUR ADVISOR.

8. Course Descriptions


Note: Sequencing rules in effect for many Math courses prohibit students from earning credit for a lower numbered Math course after receiving credit for a higher numbered Math course. Sequencing rules are included in the course descriptions of applicable courses.

 

History

   •  HIST 101 - United States
   •  HIST 102 - United States
   •  HIST 105 - European Civilization
   •  HIST 106 - European Civilization
   •  HIST 202 - American Military History
   •  HIST 211 - History of East Asia I
   •  HIST 212 - History of East Asia II
   •  HIST 213 - Asian Americans in US History
   •  HIST 215 - History of Sexuality in the United States
   •  HIST 217 - Nevada History
   •  HIST 227 - Introduction to Latin American History and Culture I
   •  HIST 228 - Introduction to Latin American History and Culture II
   •  HIST 230 - Hist Of Africa I
   •  HIST 231 - History of Africa II
   •  HIST 231A - Islam in Africa: History, Religion, Culture, and Politics
   •  HIST 281R - Magic, Marvels, and Nature in the Pre-Modern World
   •  HIST 289 - Introduction to the History of the Middle East
   •  HIST 293 - African Amer Exp Amer
   •  HIST 296 - Nomads to Nations in Inner Eurasia
   •  HIST 300 - Historical Research and Writing
   •  HIST 300A - Digitizing History
   •  HIST 305 - Women and Science: a Historical and Biographical Perspective
   •  HIST 309 - Museum Studies
   •  HIST 310 - Museum Training for Historians
   •  HIST 311 - Introduction to Public History
   •  HIST 312 - The Expansion of The United States
   •  HIST 315 - Trans-Mississippi West
   •  HIST 320 - Hispanic Culture US
   •  HIST 340 - Modern African Diaspora and Popular Cultures
   •  HIST 344R - Andean Ethnohistory
   •  HIST 345R - The History of Society and Culture in Brazil
   •  HIST 347 - History of Mexico
   •  HIST 371 - Ancient Civiliz I
   •  HIST 372 - Ancient Civiliz. II
   •  HIST 373 - Medieval Civilizations
   •  HIST 374 - History of the Byzantine Empire
   •  HIST 378 - European Soc Hist II
   •  HIST 384 - The Italian Renaissance
   •  HIST 384A - Contemporary Italy: Mobsters, Priests, Patriots, and Divas
   •  HIST 385R - Witches, Wars, and Wisdom in the Early Modern Era
   •  HIST 387 - Western War and Modern Societies
   •  HIST 393 - England and the British Empire I
   •  HIST 394 - England and the British Empire II
   •  HIST 395R - Russian History to 1900
   •  HIST 396 - 20th Century Russia and the Soviet Union
   •  HIST 401 - American Constitutional History
   •  HIST 403A - Tourism, Imperialism, and Culture
   •  HIST 403R - Modern American Civilizations
   •  HIST 404 - Social History of the United States
   •  HIST 404C - Social Movements in the United States
   •  HIST 406D - The Civil War in American Culture
   •  HIST 406R - War, Culture and Society in American History
   •  HIST 407A - United States Foreign Relations I
   •  HIST 407B - United States Foreign Relations II
   •  HIST 408A - World War II Goes to the Movies
   •  HIST 408R - World War II From a Global Perspective
   •  HIST 409R - History of Sports in America
   •  HIST 410A - American Cultural and Intellectual History I
   •  HIST 410B - American Cultural and Intellectual History II
   •  HIST 411 - US Colnl Period- 1750
   •  HIST 412 - Revolution & New Republic
   •  HIST 413 - US From 1815 To 1877
   •  HIST 415C - History of the United States 1877-1929
   •  HIST 416B - Contemporary America: The United States since 1945
   •  HIST 417A - Nevada and the West
   •  HIST 417B - California History
   •  HIST 417C - The West as National Experience
   •  HIST 418 - History of the U.S.-American Indian Relations
   •  HIST 427 - Europ. Intellect. Hist
   •  HIST 427A - Culture and Society in European History II
   •  HIST 431R - Modern Basque History (From 1700 to the Present)
   •  HIST 432R - History of Women in the United States
   •  HIST 433A - The African American Freedom Struggle After 1865
   •  HIST 439 - Religion and Society in Latin America
   •  HIST 439A - The Aztecs
   •  HIST 439B - Inquisition in Europe and Latin America
   •  HIST 441R - American Environmental History
   •  HIST 442 - Women in Latin America
   •  HIST 450A - Modern Chinese History
   •  HIST 454 - Topics in Medieval History
   •  HIST 454A - Topics in Italian Renaissance
   •  HIST 456 - Topics in Ancient History
   •  HIST 462 - The French Revolution and The Revolutionary Era
   •  HIST 463 - Europe: 1815-1914
   •  HIST 464 - Europe: 1914-Present
   •  HIST 465A - Culture and Society in 19th Century Great Britain
   •  HIST 465C - Modern Ireland and National Identity
   •  HIST 467R - Modern Jewish History
   •  HIST 469 - Topics in Russian and East European History
   •  HIST 477 - Culture and Society in Modern Africa
   •  HIST 479 - Race and Ethnicity in American History
   •  HIST 480 - Science, Technology and Society
   •  HIST 480A - Problems in the History and Philosophy of Science
   •  HIST 480B - Renaissance Science and the Secrets of Nature
   •  HIST 481R - Mind, Madness and Culture: Psychotherapy in Europe and America
   •  HIST 482R - The Age of Discovery:1300-1600
   •  HIST 483 - Studies in Urban History
   •  HIST 484A - History of the Book: 1450-1800
   •  HIST 484B - History of the Book in America
   •  HIST 487 - Topics in American Studies
 

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