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 2021: History

  • HIST 5405 Ancient History of Gender/Sex, taught by Prof. Anise Strong
  • HIST 6010 Historiography, taught by Prof. Eli Rubin
  • HIST 6050 Readings in American History, taught by Prof. José Brandão
  • HIST 6790 Teaching Methods for Secondary Ed, taught by Prof. Wilson Warren
  • HIST 6820 Research Seminar in Medieval History, taught by Prof. Larry Simon

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

Fall 2021: 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.

  • ART 5230 20th Century Art 1945-Present
  • COM 6400 Seminar in Mass Communication
  • ECON 5980 Readings in Economics
  • ECON 6620 National Income Analysis
  • ES 6300 History of US Education
  • ENGL 5830 Multicultural Adolescent Literature
  • ENGL 5970 Non-Shakespeare Renaissance Drama
  • ENGL 6410 Studies in Modern Poetry
  • ENGL 6760 Old English
  • FIN 6420 International Finance
  • FREN 5400 Old French Language and Literature
  • GEOG 5010 Introduction to GIS
  • GEOG 6620 History and Philosophy of Geography
  • GER 5600 Studies in German Literature
  • LS 5100 Diversity in Language and Literacy
  • MDVL 6000 Old French Language and Literature
  • MUS 5885 Global Music Cultures
  • MUS 6700 Black Music in the US
  • PHIL 5700 Grief, Death and Dying
  • PHIL 5980 Readings in Philosophy
  • PSCI 5700 Managing Climate Change Challenges
  • PSCI 5980 Studies in Political Science
  • PSCI 6400 State Formation
  • PSY 5950 History of Psychology
  • PADM 5990 Urban Politics and Policy
  • REL 5011 Religion, Culture and Health in South and East Asia
  • REL 6200 Medieval Christianity
  • SCI 6150 Historical and Philosophical Foundations
  • SWRK 6350 Trauma and Refugee Populations

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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