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* DENOTES WRITING INTENSIVE COURSE

See the Course Descriptions page for descriptions of courses.

 

Course

Title

Instructor

Day

Time

Room

Syllabi

 

MAYMESTER May 14-June 8 (final exams held during regular class time the last day of class)

323

German History  20737

Gray M-F 1:00-3:10

UNIV 317

Syllabus

377

History & Culture of Native America  20738 Marsh M-F 11:00-1:10 UNIV 119 Syllabus
383 American Constitutional History  20739 PItts M-F 9:50-12:00 UNIV 317 Syllabus
398 The Afro-American since 1865  19316 Bynum M-F 9:50-12:00 UNIV 117 Syllabus


MODULES 2 AND 3 - June 11-August 3, 2012 (final exams held August 1-3)


103

Introduction to the Medieval World  12028 N. Latteri M-F 9:50-10:50 UNIV 117 Syllabus

104

Introduction to the Modern World  12029

Y. Yilmaz M-F 9:50-10:50

UNIV 119

Syllabus
104-1

Introduction to the Modern World Online-Distance Learning  19564

Sonnelitter



104-2 Introduction to the Modern World Online-Distance Learning 21190 A. Harris

151

American History to 1877  12033 J. Jeffers

 M-F

9:50-10:50 UNIV 317 Syllabus

152

United States since 1877  12037

T. Lombardo M-F 1:00-2:00 UNIV 317 Syllabus
152

United States since 1877   Online-Distance Learning  20740 K. Sonnelitter

499 History Internship Arrange
590 Directed Reading in History Arrange
698 Research MA Thesis Arrange
699 Research PhD Thesis Arrange
699 Research PhD Thesis Absentia Arrange

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