Graduate Courses By Term

Additional Fall and Spring cognate courses are listed below the History offerings. Consult the Registrar's Office course offerings for the most up-to-date information.

Fall 2022: History

  • HIST 5850 Power, Sex in Latin America, taught by Asst. Prof. Ángela Pérez-Villa
  • HIST 6010 Historiography, taught by Assoc. Prof. James Palmitessa
  • HIST 6180 Readings in Global and Comparative History, taught by Prof. Eli Rubin
  • HIST 6790 Teaching Methods for Secondary Schools, taught by Prof. Wilson Warren

Fall 2022 Cognates

This list is not exhaustive, but includes courses taken by History graduate students in the past. To enroll, please complete the permission form to register for a class outside of History. Courses taken to satisfy the Foreign Language Requirement (e.g., FREN 5020, GER 5020, LAT 5600, SPAN 5020) do not require a permission form.

  • ART 5210 Body in Art
  • ART 5230 20th Century Art 1945-Present
  • EDLD 6510 Foundations of Student Affairs
  • EDLD 6545 Higher Ed Environments and Administration
  • EDLD 6872 Governance & Organization in Higher Ed
  • EDT 6420 Instructional Design
  • EDT 6430 Fundamentals of Online Learning
  • ENGL 5320 English Renaissance Literature
  • FCS 5680 Gender, Culture, and Families
  • GEOG 5010 Introduction to GIS
  • GEOG 6620 History & Philosophy of Geography
  • MDVL 6000 Advanced Seminar (special topic)
  • PSCI 6000 Political Parties in the US
  • PSY 5950 History of Psychology
  • PADM 5120 Public Budgeting and Accounting
  • PADM 5270 Human Resources Administration
  • PADM 5420 Nonprofit Accounting
  • PADM 6010 Economic Principles of Public Service
  • PADM 6620 Finance in the Public Sector
  • REL 6200 Medieval Religion
  • SCI 6145 History & Philosophy of Science
  • SPED 6112 Universal Design for Learning
  • STAT 5870 Big Data Analysis Using Python

Spring 2022: History

  • HIST 5245 History Education in the U.S., taught by Prof. Wilson Warren
  • HIST 5891 Digital Humanities, taught by Prof. Sally Hadden
  • HIST 6750 Seminar in Early United States History, taught by Prof. José Brandão

Spring 2022: Cognate

This list is not exhaustive, but includes courses taken by History graduate students in the past. To enroll, please complete the permission form to register for a class outside of History. Courses taken to satisfy the Foreign Language Requirement (e.g., FREN 5020, GER 5020, LAT 5600, SPAN 5020) do not require a permission form.

  • ANTH 5040 Archaeological Research Methods
  • ANTH 5220 Poverty, Power and Privilege
  • CIS 5650 Big Data Analytics
  • COM 6800 External Organizational Communications
  • ECON 5980 Readings in Economics
  • EDLD 6570 Diversity & Equity
  • EDLD 6590 Higher Education Law & Ethics
  • ENGL 5770/6970 Advanced Readings in Old Norse
  • ENGL 6100 Postcolonial Literature
  • GEOG 5000 Advanced Tourism Studies
  • GEOG 5010 Introduction to GIS
  • GEOG 5720 Cities & Urban Systems
  • GEOS 5210 Geologic & Environmental Remote Sensing
  • MDVL 6000 Codicology & Paleography
  • PHIL 5400 Philosophy of Mind
  • PHIL 5700 Philosophical Topics
  • PHIL 6320 Theory of Knowledge
  • PHIL 6500 Philosophy of Religion
  • PSCI 6500 Politics of Development
  • PSCI 6410 Fundamentals of Comparative Politics
  • PSY 5240 Human Sexuality
  • PADM 6120 Principles of Public Budgeting
  • PADM 6400 Nonprofit Governance
  • REL 5000 Animals, Ecology, Spirituality
  • SOC 5900 Socialism and After
  • SOC 6040 Sociological Theory II

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