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					                             TAMU Undergraduate Courses with a focus on Europe/European Union 2006
                                                             College of Liberal Arts
         Department                Course #            Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                                 Overview of archaeology and prehistory of Europe, Africa and Asia from the evolution
     Anthropology (ANTH)             350       Archaeology of the Old World.
                                                                                 of the hominids to the development of agriculture and the rise of civilization.

                                                                                 Origins and spread of Western civilization through the material remains of Minoan,
     Anthropology (ANTH)             351            Classical Archaeology
                                                                                 Mycenaean, Etruscan, and early Greek and Roman cultures.

                                                                             Archaeology of ancient Greece from the Stone Age until the ascent of Rome in the
                                                                             Hellenistic Period; remains of ancient Greek art (sculpture, mosaic, painting),
     Anthropology (ANTH)             353       Archaeology of Ancient Greece architecture (temples, homes, civic structures), religion (figurines, votive offerings), and
                                                                             social history (coins, inscriptions). Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification. Cross-
                                                                             listed with CLAS 353.

                                                                                 Archaeology of ancient Italy from the Stone Age until the collapse of the Roman Empire
                                                                                 in the fourth century; remains of ancient Etruscan and Roman art (sculpture, mosaic,
     Anthropology (ANTH)             354        Archaeology of Ancient Italy     painting), architecture (temples, homes, civic structures), religion (figurines, votive
                                                                                 offerings), and social history (coins, inscriptions). Prerequisite: Junior or senior
                                                                                 classification. Cross-listed with CLAS 354.

                                                                                 Introduction to the language and culture of Greece; basic grammar and vocabulary;
European and Classical Languages                 Beginning Classical Greek I
                                     101                                         readings and slide lectures designed to place language study in its cultural and artistic
      and Culture (CLAS)                               (GREE 1411)
                                                                                 context.

                                                                                 Continuation of CLAS 101; basic grammar and vocabulary; readings and slide lectures
European and Classical Languages                Beginning Classical Greek II
                                     102                                         designed to place language study in its cultural and artistic context. Prerequisite: CLAS
      and Culture (CLAS)                               (GREE 1412)
                                                                                 101 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.


European and Classical Languages                      Beginning Latin I          Introduction to grammar and vocabulary with a contrastive approach; reading of graded
                                     121
      and Culture (CLAS)                               (LATI 1411)               material.


European and Classical Languages                      Beginning Latin II         Completion of elementary grammatical structures; introduction to Latin historians.
                                     122
      and Culture (CLAS)                                (LATI 1412)              Prerequisite: CLAS 121 with a grade of C or better.


European and Classical Languages                                                 Completion of study of grammar and syntax; introduction to reading ancient Greek
                                     211             Intermediate Greek
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                         authors in the original language. Prerequisite: CLAS 102 with grade of C or better.


European and Classical Languages               Etymological Principles for the   Systematic introduction to the vocabulary of the health sciences and to the linguistic
                                     215
      and Culture (CLAS)                             Health Sciences.            principles of word study. Prerequisite: ENGL 104 or approval of instructor.


European and Classical Languages                     Intermediate Latin I        Practice in reading Latin prose writings, especially historical writings and letters.
                                     221
      and Culture (CLAS)                                (LATI 2311)              Prerequisite: CLAS 122 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                                                 Practice in reading Latin poetry writings, especially Vergil, Horace and Ovid.
                                     222            Intermediate Latin II
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                         Prerequisite: CLAS 221 with a grade of C or better.

                                                                            Readings of the New Testament and works contemporary with it in the original
European and Classical Languages
                                     311      Advanced Greek: New Testament language; introduction to the linguistic, historical, literary and cultural background of the
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                            New Testament. Prerequisites: CLAS 211 with a grade of C or better.

                                                                                 Readings of selections from ancient Greek authors in the original language; discussion of
European and Classical Languages                                                 the intellectual, historical and literary background of the works, and of the lives and
                                     312         Advanced Classical Greek.
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                         thoughts of the writers. May be repeated for credit with different readings. Prerequisites:
                                                                                 CLAS 211with a grade of C or better or equivalent.

                                                                                 Readings of selections from ancient Roman authors in the original language; discussion
European and Classical Languages                                                 of the intellectual, historical and literary background of the works, and the lives and
                                     321          Advanced Latin Readings
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                         thought of the writers. May be repeated for credit with different readings. Prerequisite:
                                                                                 CLAS 222 or equivalent.




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         Department                Course #           Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                          Survey of women in classical Greece and Rome; emphases on female occupations and
European and Classical Languages              Women in Ancient Greece and family relationships, legal and political status, traditional values, notorious women, how
                                     330
      and Culture (CLAS)                                Rome              women were viewed and how they viewed themselves. Prerequisite: Junior or senior
                                                                          classification. Cross-listed with HIST 330 and WMST 330.

                                                                                Introduction to the most important myths of the Greeks and Romans; ancient and
European and Classical Languages
                                     351           Classical Mythology          modern methods of interpreting myths; the role of myths in ancient literature; readings
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                in English. Cross-listed with RELS 351.

                                                                                Dramatic literature of Ancient Greece and Rome; works of the major classical
European and Classical Languages
                                     352        Greek and Roman Drama           playwrights; the origins of comedy and tragedy; visual and musical aspects of production;
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                political and intellectual ideas as reflected in the plays; readings in English.

                                                                            Archaeology of ancient Greece from the Stone Age until the ascent of Rome in the
                                                                            Hellenistic Period; remains of ancient Greek art (sculpture, mosaic, painting),
European and Classical Languages
                                     353      Archaeology of Ancient Greece architecture (temples, homes, civic structures), religion (figurines, votive offerings), and
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                            social history (coins, inscriptions). Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification. Cross-
                                                                            listed with ANTH 353.

                                                                                Archaeology of ancient Italy from the Stone Age until the collapse of the Roman Empire
                                                                                in the fourth century; remains of ancient Etruscan and Roman art (sculpture, mosaic,
European and Classical Languages
                                     354       Archaeology of Ancient Italy     painting), architecture (temples, homes, civic structures), religion (figurines, votive
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                offerings), and social history (coins, inscriptions). Prerequisite: Junior or senior
                                                                                classification. Cross-listed with ANTH 354.

European and Classical Languages                                                Literature of ancient Greece in its cultural context; Greek life and thought as revealed by
                                     361      Greek Literature in Translation
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                        its writers; development of the various genres of prose and poetry; readings in English.


                                                                                The nature, background, authorship and historicity of the Iliad and the Odyssey; Aegean
European and Classical Languages               In Search of Homer and the
                                     371                                        culture in the Stone, Bronze and early Iron ages; the value of Greek epics as historical
      and Culture (CLAS)                               Trojan War
                                                                                documents; oral poetry; the Trojan War in Greek literature; readings in English.


                                                                                Study of the ancient epic in its historical and cultural context; oral poetry; Homer,
                                                                                archaeology, and history; creation of Greek mythology; Alexandrian written epic; early
European and Classical Languages
                                     372          Greek and Roman Epic          Latin epic; Vergil's Aeneid as national epic; Vergil and the Homeric tradition; Silver Age
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                Latin epics; readings in English. Prerequisite: Sophomore classification or approval of
                                                                                instructor.

European and Classical Languages                                                Study of Greek and Roman athletics in their cultural and historical contexts through the
                                     381             Ancient Athletics
      and Culture (CLAS)                                                        examination of ancient literary, archaeological, and artistic sources; readings in English.

                                                                                Greek History and civilization from the Archaic Age to Alexander the Great (8th-late
European and Classical Languages
                                     426           The Ancient Greeks           4th century B.C.). Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                approval of instructor. Cross-listed with HIST 426.

                                                                                Roman History and civilization from the beginnings (7th century B.C.) to the late 1st
European and Classical Languages
                                     428           The Roman Republic           century B.C. Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                approval of instructor. Cross-listed with HIST 428.

                                                                                Roman History and civilization of the Imperial Period (1st century B.C.-6th century
European and Classical Languages
                                     429           The Roman Empire             A.D.). Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or approval of
      and Culture (CLAS)
                                                                                instructor. Cross-listed with HIST 429.

European and Classical Languages                    Beginning French I          Elementary language study with oral, written, and reading practice. Preparation for
                                     101
     and Culture (FREN)                               (FREN 1411)               conversation. Part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory.

European and Classical Languages                    Beginning French II         Continuation of FREN 101. Part of class preparation will be done in language
                                     102
     and Culture (FREN)                               (FREN 1412)               laboratory. Prerequisite: FREN 101 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate French I        Readings of average difficulty. Review of grammar; practice in conversation and
                                     201
     and Culture (FREN)                                (FREN 2311)              composition. Prerequisite: FREN 102 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                  Intermediate French II        Continuation of FREN 201 with more advanced material. Prerequisite: FREN 201 with
                                     202
     and Culture (FREN)                               (FREN 2312)               a grade of C or better.


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         Department                Course #           Course Name                                                  Course Description
                                               French Culture and Society in Analysis and understanding of French culture and contemporary society through the
European and Classical Languages
                                     223      French Literary Masterpieces in study of masterpieces of French literature including novels, plays, short stories and films.
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                       Translation.           Cross-listed with MODL 223.

                                                                                Problems of articulation and intonation; special attention given to corrective phonetics;
European and Classical Languages
                                     250                 Phonetics              readings of poetic and dramatic texts; emphasis on diction; transcription based on
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                International Phonetic Alphabet; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.

European and Classical Languages                                                Selected topics in an identified area of French. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     289            Special Topics in…
     and Culture (FREN)                                                         Approval of instructor.

                                                                                Development of writing skills in French; emphasis on grammatical constructions;
European and Classical Languages                                                structural analysis of representative texts and their imitation; expression of hypotheses;
                                     300               Composition
     and Culture (FREN)                                                         descriptive and explanatory writing; required for modern languages majors in French;
                                                                                conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.

                                                                                Development of writing skills in French; emphasis on grammatical constructions;
European and Classical Languages                                                structural analysis of representative texts and their imitation; expression of hypotheses;
                                     300               Composition
     and Culture (FREN)                                                         descriptive and explanatory writing; required for modern languages majors in French;
                                                                                conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.

                                                                              Cultural background of French language and literature; salient aspects of the geography
European and Classical Languages                                              and history of France; characteristic elements of French culture; illustration of major
                                     301      French Culture and Civilization
     and Culture (FREN)                                                       stylistic periods in literature and the fine arts; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN
                                                                              202.

                                                                                Advanced-intermediate course to provide cross-cultural communication skills crucial to
                                                                                succeeding in a francophone business or technical environment, including topics on
European and Classical Languages
                                     306      Technical and Business French     business and technical jargon, correspondence, résumés, interviewing, the European
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                Union, telecommunications, technology and the French-speaking community.
                                                                                Prerequisite: FREN 202 or approval of instructor.


                                                                                Strategies for effective communication in spoken French with special attention to
European and Classical Languages
                                     311        Advanced Oral Expression.       language appropriate to various social contexts; analysis of press articles, television and
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                radio programs; oral presentations; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.


                                                                                Masterpieces of French poetry, prose and theater from the Middle Ages through the
European and Classical Languages
                                     321       Survey of French Literature I    seventeenth century, with special attention to the place of each work's significance to the
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                evolution of French society and culture; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.


                                                                                Masterpieces of French poetry, prose and theater from the Enlightenment through the
European and Classical Languages
                                     322      Survey of French Literature II    twentieth century, with special attention to the place of each work's significance to the
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                evolution of French society and culture; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.

                                                                                Immigration and ethnic groups in contemporary France, their effects on national identity
European and Classical Languages               Immigration and Ethnicity in
                                     323                                        and politics, and their cultural representations. Prerequisite: ENGL 104 and junior or
     and Culture (FREN)                          Contemporary France
                                                                                senior classification. Cross-listed with MODL 323.

                                                                                Cultural, economic and political aspects of present-day French society, including
European and Classical Languages                                                educational institutions, modern families, gender roles, entertainment and leisure, social
                                     336          Contemporary France
     and Culture (FREN)                                                         classes and lifestyles, French and American cultural differences, and treatment of these
                                                                                issues in French media; conducted in French. Prerequisite: FREN 202.


European and Classical Languages                                                Exploration of a significant topic or period in French literature; conducted in French.
                                     410       Seminar in French Literature
     and Culture (FREN)                                                         Prerequisites: FREN 300 and an additional 3 hours at 300-level.

                                                                           Examination of the production, dissemination and interpretation of French culture
European and Classical Languages              Contemporary French Film and through film, television, radio and newspapers, with special attention to the politics of
                                     414
     and Culture (FREN)                                 Media              mass culture in France; analysis of the language specific to each medium; conducted in
                                                                           French. Prerequisites: FREN 300 and an additional 3 hours at 300-level.




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         Department                Course #            Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                                  Discussions and observation of particular events and institutions crucial to the
                                                                                  development of French society and culture; analysis of literary, artistic and cinematic
European and Classical Languages
                                     418       Seminar in French Civilization     representations of events and phenomena such as the French revolution, May 1968, and
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                  church and state relations; conducted in French. Prerequisites: FREN 300 and an
                                                                                  additional 3 hours at 300-level.

                                                                                  Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects, selected for each student
European and Classical Languages
                                     485              Directed Studies            individually; written and oral reports. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and
     and Culture (FREN)
                                                                                  department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Selected topics in an identified area of French. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     489             Special Topics in…
     and Culture (FREN)                                                           Approval of instructor.

European and Classical Languages                    Beginning German I            Elementary language study with oral, written and reading practice. Preparation for
                                     101
     and Culture (GERM)                               (GERM 1411)                 conversation. Part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory.

European and Classical Languages                    Beginning German II           Continuation of GERM 101. Part of class preparation will be done in language
                                     102
     and Culture (GERM)                               (GERM 1412)                 laboratory. Prerequisite: GERM 101 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate German I          Readings of average difficulty. Review of grammar; practice in conversation
                                     201
     and Culture (GERM)                                (GERM 2311)                composition. Prerequisite: GERM 102 with a grade of C or better.


European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate German II         Continuation of GERM 201 with more advanced material. Some literary selections
                                     202
     and Culture (GERM)                                 (GERM 2312)               included in class readings. Prerequisite: GERM 201 with a grade of C or better.


                                                                                  German language and culture taught in Germany; supervised travel of cultural interest;
European and Classical Languages                                                  living with local families; participation in the activities and courses of a German
                                     221               Field Studies I
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           university or institute; written and oral reports, exams; to be taken concurrently with
                                                                                  GERM 222. Prerequisite: GERM 102 with a grade of B or higher.

                                                                                  German language and literature taught in Germany in cooperation with a German
European and Classical Languages
                                     222               Field Studies II           university or institute; exams, written reports; to be taken concurrently with GERM 221.
     and Culture (GERM)
                                                                                  Prerequisite: GERM 102 with a grade of B or higher.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects in German, selected for each
                                     285              Directed Studies
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           student individually. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Selected topics in an identified area of German. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     289             Special Topics in…
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           Approval of instructor.

                                                                                  Readings of selected drama, poetry, and prose works to introduce the student to
                                                                                  important works of German literature; problems involved in defining dramatic, lyric, and
European and Classical Languages
                                     305         German Literary Expression       epic genres considered, and attention given to the structural and aesthetic elements of
     and Culture (GERM)
                                                                                  literary works; required of German majors; conducted in German. Prerequisite: GERM
                                                                                  202 or equivalent.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Conversational practice and development of writing skills in German; conducted in
                                     310      Conversation and Composition I
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           German. Prerequisite: GERM202 or equivalent.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Continuation of GERM 310; development of conversational and writing skills;
                                     311      Conversation and Composition II
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           conducted in German. Prerequisite: GERM 202 or equivalent.

European and Classical Languages                                                  Continuation of GERM203; reading and oral practice of German pertinent to business,
                                     316        Advanced Business German
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           trade and international commerce. Prerequisite: GERM 202.


European and Classical Languages                                                  German culture and civilization from classical antiquity to 1830; major stylistic periods in
                                     321      German Culture and Civilization I
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           literature and the fine arts; conducted in German. Prerequisite: GERM 202.


European and Classical Languages              German Culture and Civilization German culture and civilization from 1830 to the present; conducted in German.
                                     322
     and Culture (GERM)                                    II                 Prerequisite: GERM 202 or approval of instructor.

                                                                                  Study, analysis and public presentation in German of a major German dramatic work;
European and Classical Languages                                                  literary theory and intensive conversational practice combined with skills of language
                                     334              German Drama
     and Culture (GERM)                                                           acquisition within a performance setting. Prerequisite: GERM201 or equivalent or
                                                                                  approval of instructor.
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         Department                Course #           Course Name                                                  Course Description
                                                                                Consideration and analysis of major works and directors of German film; interpretation
European and Classical Languages                                                of culture through film; relationship of film to history, literature and other arts;
                                     350               German Film
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         conducted in German. Prerequisites: GERM 305, 310 or 311, or approval of instructor;
                                                                                junior or senior classification.

European and Classical Languages                                                Film, theater and poetry in the turbulent era prior to the Nazi terror; conducted in
                                     362         The German Roaring `20s
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         German. Prerequisite: GERM 305, 310 or 311 or approval of instructor.

                                                                                Introduction to the life and thought of Martin Luther; study of the Protestant
European and Classical Languages                  Martin Luther and the         Reformation in Germany from theological, political and social perspectives.
                                     404
     and Culture (GERM)                          Reformation in Germany         Prerequisites: GERM 201 or registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or
                                                                                senior classification. Cross-listed with RELS 404.

                                                                                Examination of the role of music in German cultural and national self-definition from
                                                                                the 18th century to the present; the political and ideological role of music; study of
European and Classical Languages
                                     405         Music in German Culture        genres and media including opera, art song, Singspiel, protest songs and film.
     and Culture (GERM)
                                                                                Prerequisites: GERM 201 or registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or
                                                                                senior classification.

                                                                                Analysis and study of the works of Franz Kafka from historical, national, theological,
European and Classical Languages                                                existentialist, and psycho-analytical perspectives; Kafka's place in world literature.
                                     415                Franz Kafka
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         Prerequisites: GERM 201 or registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or
                                                                                senior classification.

                                                                                Introduction to and study of fairy tales and children's literature through German
European and Classical Languages                                                tradition in these forms; reception of fairy tales through adaptation and modernization.
                                     416            German Fairy Tales
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         Prerequisites: GERM 201 or registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or
                                                                                senior classification.


                                                                                Study of the culture of Weimar Germany and its importance for Germany, Europe and
                                                  The Weimar Republic as
European and Classical Languages                                                the world; examination of political and technological modernization through analysis of
                                     417          Paradigm for European
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         artistic forms and philosophical and social ideas. Prerequisites: GERM 201 or
                                                        Modernity
                                                                                registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.



                                                                               Study of the history and culture of post- World War II Germany (1945 to present) as
                                              Post-War Germany: Cold War to reflected in literature, film and new media technology; includes the Cold War, student
European and Classical Languages
                                     418       the Fall of the Berlin Wall and revolt, the "economic miracle," problems of modernization, the presence of American
     and Culture (GERM)
                                                             After             influence, consumerism, roles of men and women, and ethnicity. Prerequisites: GERM
                                                                               201 or registration therein or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.


                                                                                Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects, selected for each student
European and Classical Languages
                                     485              Directed Studies          individually; written and oral reports. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and
     and Culture (GERM)
                                                                                department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                Selected topics in an identified area of German. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     489              Directed Studies
     and Culture (GERM)                                                         Approval of instructor.

European and Classical Languages                     Beginning Italian I        Elementary language study with oral, written and reading practice; preparation for
                                     101
      and Culture (ITAL)                               (ITAL 1411)              conversation; part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory.


European and Classical Languages                     Beginning Italian II       Continuation of ITAL 101; part of class preparation will be done in the language
                                     102
      and Culture (ITAL)                               (ITAL 1412)              laboratory. Prerequisite: ITAL 101 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.

European and Classical Languages                    Intermediate Italian I      Readings of average difficulty; review of grammar; practice in conversation and
                                     201
      and Culture (ITAL)                                (ITAL 2311)             composition. Prerequisite: ITAL 102 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate Italian II      Continuation of ITAL 201 with more advanced material. Prerequisite: ITAL 201 with a
                                     202
      and Culture (ITAL)                               (ITAL 2312)              grade of C or better.
                                                                                Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects, selected for each student
European and Classical Languages
                                     485              Directed Studies          individually; written and oral reports. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and
      and Culture (ITAL)
                                                                                department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                Selected topics in an identified area of Italian. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     489            Special Topics in…
      and Culture (ITAL)                                                        Approval of instructor.
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         Department                Course #           Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                                Cultural and practical orientation for students participating in the summer study abroad
European and Classical Languages                                                programs in France; brief introduction to contemporary social and cultural institutions;
                                     220       Contemporary French Culture
     and Culture (MODL)                                                         discussions of French university system; oral reports and final paper; readings and
                                                                                discussion in English and French. Prerequisite: FREN 101 or equivalent.

                                               French Culture and Society in Analysis and understanding of French culture and contemporary society through the
European and Classical Languages
                                     223      French Literary Masterpieces in study of masterpieces of French literature including novels, plays, short stories and films.
     and Culture (MODL)
                                                       Translation            Cross-listed with FREN 223.

                                                                          Cultural and practical orientation for students participating in the summer study abroad
European and Classical Languages                                          programs in Germany; brief introduction to contemporary social and cultural
                                     230      Contemporary German Culture
     and Culture (MODL)                                                   institutions; discussions of German university system; oral reports and final paper;
                                                                          readings and discussion in English and German. Prerequisite: GERM 101 or equivalent.


                                                                                Introduction to the fundamentals of German language and culture; immersion in a
European and Classical Languages               Exploratory German Language      European culture; acquisition of skills and insights necessary to experience life in
                                     232
     and Culture (MODL)                                 and Culture             Germany; study of comparisons and contrasts between German and North American
                                                                                culture.

                                                                                Cultural and practical orientation for students participating in the summer study abroad
European and Classical Languages                                                programs in Spain; brief introduction to contemporary social and cultural institutions;
                                     250       Contemporary Spanish Culture
     and Culture (MODL)                                                         discussions of Spanish university system; oral reports and final paper; readings and
                                                                                discussion in English and Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or equivalent.

                                                                              Crucible of cultures - Christian, Jewish, and Muslim - that was medieval Spain and
European and Classical Languages              Diversity Lessons from Medieval
                                     364                                      modern implications of that experience in diversity. Prerequisites: ENGL 104 and junior
     and Culture (MODL)                                     Spain
                                                                              or senior classification.

                                                                              Survey of the literature, art, architecture, geography, history, music, cuisine, social
European and Classical Languages              El Camino de Santiago: Medieval dynamics and economic impact along the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela
                                     368
     and Culture (MODL)                        to Contemporary Pilgrimages from the early Middle Ages to contemporary times. Prerequisites: ENGL 104 and junior
                                                                              or senior classification.

                                                                                Elementary language study with oral, written and reading practice. Attention given to
European and Classical Languages                    Beginning Russian I
                                     101                                        background for conversation. Part of class preparation will be done in language
      and Culture (RUSS)                               (RUSS 1411)
                                                                                laboratory.
European and Classical Languages                    Beginning Russian II        Part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory. Prerequisite: RUSS 101
                                     102
      and Culture (RUSS)                               (RUSS 1412)              with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate Russian I       Continuation and review of grammar, selected readings; material to develop
                                     201
      and Culture (RUSS)                                (RUSS 2311)             conversational and reading ability. Prerequisite: RUSS 102 with a grade of C or better.

European and Classical Languages                   Intermediate Russian II      Continuation of RUSS 201. Readings taken from standard works. Prerequisite: RUSS 201
                                     202
      and Culture (RUSS)                                (RUSS 2312)             with a grade of C or better.


                                                                                Russian language and culture, taught in the former Soviet Union; supervised travel of
European and Classical Languages                                                cultural interest; participation in courses and activities at a Russian university or institute;
                                     221               Field Studies I
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                        exams, written and oral reports; to be taken concurrently with RUSS 222. Prerequisite:
                                                                                RUSS 102 with a grade of B or higher.


                                                                                Russian language and literature taught in the former Soviet Union in cooperation with a
European and Classical Languages
                                     222              Field Studies II          Russian university or institute; exams, written and oral reports; to be taken concurrently
      and Culture (RUSS)
                                                                                with RUSS 221. Prerequisite: RUSS 102 with a grade of B or higher.


                                                                                Development of conversational skills in Russian; building of active vocabulary; phonetic
European and Classical Languages
                                     241              Conversation I            exercises with emphasis on correct diction; oral reports, skits, assigned dialogues; not for
      and Culture (RUSS)
                                                                                native speakers of Russian; conducted in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 102 or equivalent.

                                                                                Continuation of RUSS 241; discussion of texts on current events; improvised debates;
European and Classical Languages                                                emphasis on vocabulary building and correct expression; not for native speakers of
                                     242              Conversation II
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                        Russian; conducted in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 102 or equivalent or approval of
                                                                                department head.


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         Department                Course #            Course Name                                                     Course Description

European and Classical Languages                                                   Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects in Russian, selected for each
                                     285              Directed Studies
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           student individually. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                   Selected topics in an identified area of Russian. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
                                     289             Special Topics in…
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           Approval of instructor.

                                                                                   Review of grammar at an advanced level; readings of literary texts for analysis and
European and Classical Languages                   Advanced Grammar and
                                     301                                           emulation; development of oral and written skills; required for modern languages majors
      and Culture (RUSS)                               Composition I
                                                                                   in Russian; conducted in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 202 or registration therein.


                                                                                   Continuation of RUSS 301; literary interpretation of longer works; particular emphasis
European and Classical Languages                  Advanced Grammar and
                                     302                                           on the short stories of Chekhov and other major authors; required for modern languages
      and Culture (RUSS)                             Composition II
                                                                                   majors in Russian; conducted in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 202 or registration therein.


                                                                                   Selected works of Russian literature, representative of its major authors and most
European and Classical Languages                                                   important literary movements; literary analysis and evaluation of each work's cultural
                                     322      Masterpieces of Russian Literature
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           background; conducted in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 202 or registration therein. May
                                                                                   be retaken with approval of department head.

                                                                                   Introduction to the masterpieces of Russian drama from the 19th century to the present;
European and Classical Languages                                                   includes such authors as Pushkin, Chekhov, Gorky, Arbuzov, Rozov and
                                     337               Russian Drama
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           Petrushevskaya. Prerequisites: Junior or senior classification; approval of instructor.
                                                                                   Cross-listed with MODL 337.


                                                                                   A multimedia introduction to Russian culture; Russian masterpieces in art, architecture,
                                                                                   dance, theater, literature, film and music characteristic of the different periods of Russian
European and Classical Languages
                                     341          Russia's Artistic Heritage       culture from its prehistoric beginnings to the present; conducted in English; readings and
      and Culture (RUSS)
                                                                                   written assignments in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS201 or registration therein. Cross-
                                                                                   listed with MODL 341. May be retaken with approval of department head.


                                                                                   Major works of Russian prose of the 19th and 20th centuries; literary analysis with regard
European and Classical Languages                                                   to its social background and chief cultural movements; conducted in English; readings
                                     401             The Russian Novel
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           and written assignments in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 201 or registration therein. Cross-
                                                                                   listed with MODL 342. May be retaken with approval of department head.


                                                                                   Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects, selected for each student
European and Classical Languages
                                     485               Directed Studies            individually; written and oral reports. Prerequisites: Approval of instructor and
      and Culture (RUSS)
                                                                                   department head.

European and Classical Languages                                                   Selected topics in an identified area of Russian language, literature and civilization.
                                     489             Special Topics in…
      and Culture (RUSS)                                                           Prerequisite: Approval of instructor.

                                                                                   Representative works in translation of major authors and texts from various cultures to
                                                                                   A.D. 1500, including such authors as Homer, biblical writers, Greek dramatists, Sappho,
    Communication (COML)             221              World Literature
                                                                                   Virgil, Marie de France, Dante, Lao Tzu and works like Gilgamesh and La Bhagavad
                                                                                   Gita. Prerequisite: ENGL 104. Cross-listed with ENGL 221 and MODL 221.

                                                                                   Representative works in translation of major authors from A.D. 1500 to the present from
                                                                                   various cultures, including such authors as Cervantes, Moliere, Goethe, Tolstoy,
    Communication (COML)             222              World Literature
                                                                                   Mahfouz, Munif, Achebe, Tolstaya, Vargas Llosa and Duras. Prerequisite: ENGL 104.
                                                                                   Cross-listed with ENGL 222 and MODL 222.

        English (ENGL)               212                 Shakespeare               Exploration of selected works of Shakespeare. Prerequisite: ENGL 104.

                                                                                   Advanced analysis of selected works of Shakespeare, emphasizing language, dramatic
        English (ENGL)               312                 Shakespeare               theory, criticism and scholarship. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or
                                                                                   above.

                                                                                   Old and Middle English literature exclusive of Chaucer, including such authors and
                                                                                   works as Beowulf, The Dream of the Rood, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Piers
        English (ENGL)               313         Medieval English Literature
                                                                                   Plowman, Malory, Julian of Norwich, Kempe, the mystery plays and the lyrics.
                                                                                   Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.



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     Department           Course #            Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                        Period course in poetry and prose of England in the 16th century, including such authors
   English (ENGL)           314          The English Renaissance        as Wyatt, Surrey, More, Queen Elizabeth, Spenser, Mary Sidney, Philip Sidney, Wroth
                                                                        and Campion. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.


                                                                     Period course in English poetry and prose of the 17th century, excluding Shakespeare;
   English (ENGL)           315       Seventeenth-Century Literature includes such authors as Donne, Herbert, Jonson, Cavendish, Browne, Bunyan, Hobbes,
                                                                     Philips, Vaughan and Marvell. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.


                                                                        Period course in English poetry and prose of the eighteenth century, and including such
   English (ENGL)           316       Eighteenth-Century Literature     authors as Dryden, Astell, Pope, Swift, Johnson, Finch, Montague, Addison and Steele,
                                                                        Wollstonecraft and Blake. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Non-Shakespearean drama in England from the building of the first public theater in
                                                                        1576 to the closing of the theaters in 1642, including such authors as Marlowe, Jonson,
   English (ENGL)           317         English Renaissance Drama
                                                                        Webster, Mary Sidney, Beaumont and Fletcher and Carey. Prerequisite: 3 credits of
                                                                        literature at the 200-level or above.

                                                                        Period course in English poetry and prose of the Romantic Movement, including such
                                      Nineteenth-Century Literature     writers as Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Keats, Mary
   English (ENGL)           321
                                               (Romantic)               Shelley, Charlotte Smith, Hunt, Lamb, Hazlitt and Austen. Prerequisite: 3 credits of
                                                                        literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Period course in English poetry and prose of major Victorian authors, including such
                                      Nineteenth-Century Literature     authors as Carlyle, Mill, Arnold, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Tennyson, Robert
   English (ENGL)           322
                                               (Victorian)              Browning, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Christina Rossetti, Meredith, Morris and Hopkins.
                                                                        Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Representative plays and performances from the late nineteenth through the twentieth
   English (ENGL)           340         Twentieth-Century Drama         century, including such authors as Isben, Strindberg, Chekhov, Brecht, Hansberry and
                                                                        Shange. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.
                                                                       British and American novelists, poets and dramatists from late nineteenth to mid-
                                     Twentieth-Century Literature Pre- twentieth century, including such authors as Conrad, Hardy, Joyce, Woolf, Faulkner,
   English (ENGL)           350
                                              World War II             Eliot, Beckett, H. D., Lawrence, O'Neill, Miller and Hemingway. Prerequisite: 3 credits
                                                                       of literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Representative novels of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including such authors
   English (ENGL)           377         The English Novel to 1870       as Defoe, Fielding, Burney, Austen, Shelly, Dickens, the Brontes, Gaskell, Eliot and
                                                                        Braddon. Prerequisite: 3 credits of literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Representative novels of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such authors as
                                        The English Novel, 1870 to
   English (ENGL)           378                                         Hardy, Conrad, Lawrence, Joyce, Woolf, Forster and Lessing. Prerequisite: 3 credits of
                                                 Present
                                                                        literature at 200-level or above.

                                                                        Exploration of a significant topic or period in British literature. Prerequisite: 3 credits of
   English (ENGL)           390         Studies in British Literature
                                                                        literature at 200-level or above.


                                        Economic Development of         Development of wage system expansion of markets, Industrial Revolution, relation of
  Economics (ECON)          320
                                                Europe                  industrial development to political policy. Prerequisites: ECON 202 and 203.


                                                                        Elementary language study with oral, written and reading practice. Preparation for
                                            Beginning Spanish I         conversation. Part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory. Students with
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     101
                                              (SPAN 1411)               prior instruction in Spanish are required to take the Spanish Placement Test before
                                                                        enrolling for the first time in a college Spanish course.

                                                                        Continuation of SPAN 101. Part of class preparation will be done in language laboratory.
                                           Beginning Spanish II         Prerequisite: SPAN 101 with a grade of C or better. Students with prior instruction in
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     102
                                              (SPAN 1412)               Spanish are required to take the Spanish Placement Test before enrolling for the first
                                                                        time in a college Spanish course.

                                                                        Accelerated review of grammatical structures covered in SPAN 101, followed by study
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     140        Alternate Beginning Spanish      of material covered in SPAN 102. Prerequisite: Placement by examination or SPAN 101
                                                                        with a grade of C or better (earned more than one year prior to registration).

                                                                        Readings of average difficulty. Review of grammar; practice in conversation and
                                           Intermediate Spanish I       composition. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or 140 with a grade of C or better. Students with
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     201
                                               (SPAN 2311)              prior instruction in Spanish are required to take the Spanish Placement Test before
                                                                        enrolling for the first time in a college Spanish course.
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     Department           Course #            Course Name                                                    Course Description

                                                                         Continuation of SPAN 201 with more advanced material. Prerequisite: SPAN 201 with a
                                          Intermediate Spanish II
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     202                                          grade of C or better. Students with prior instruction in Spanish are required to take the
                                               (SPAN 2312)
                                                                         Spanish Placement Test before enrolling for the first time in a college Spanish course.

                                                                      Continuation of SPAN 201 with more advanced material; emphasis on language
                                                                      problems peculiar to students of Hispanic background; introduction to aspects of
                                     Intermediate Spanish for Spanish
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     203                                       Hispanic cultural heritage. Prerequisites: SPAN 201 with a grade of C or better; students
                                                 Speakers
                                                                      with prior knowledge of Spanish are required to take the Spanish Placement Test before
                                                                      enrolling for the first time in a college Spanish course.

                                                                         Spanish language and culture taught in a Spanish-speaking country; supervised travel of
                                                                         cultural interest; living with local families; participation in activities and courses of a host
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     221               Field Studies I
                                                                         university or institute; exams, written and oral reports; to be taken concurrently with
                                                                         SPAN 222. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 with a grade of B or higher.

                                                                         Spanish language and literature taught in a Spanish-speaking country in cooperation with
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     222               Field Studies II           a Spanish university or institute; exams, written and oral reports; to be taken
                                                                         concurrently with SPAN 221. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 with a grade of B or higher.

                                                                         Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects in Spanish, selected for each
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     285              Directed Studies
                                                                         student individually. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and department head.

                                                                         Selected topics in an identified area of Spanish. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     289             Special Topics in…
                                                                         Approval of instructor.

                                                                         Comparison of grammatical structures of Spanish and English which define the linguistic
                                                                         perspective specific to Spanish; with special reference to practical application in spoken
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     302            Contrastive Grammar
                                                                         and written communication and in various sociocultural and literary contexts; conducted
                                                                         in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 202, 203, 222 or equivalent.

                                                                   Development of writing skills in Spanish with emphasis on grammatical constructions;
                                                                   structural analysis of representative texts and their imitation; organization of short
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     303       Composition and Conversation
                                                                   compositions and term papers; required for majors in Spanish; conducted in Spanish.
                                                                   Prerequisite: SPAN 302 or approval of instructor.

                                                                         Consideration of grammatical structures which present challenges specific to native
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     304       Grammar for Native Speakers        Spanish speakers; practical application in various contexts; attention to orthography and
                                                                         accentuation; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 202, 203, 222 or equivalent.

                                                                         Continuation of language skill acquisition with advanced material drawn from business
                                                                         and related fields; study of and practice with Spanish business language in the context of
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     306              Business Spanish
                                                                         Hispanic economic and business systems; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 302
                                                                         or approval of instructor.

                                                                         Development of oral skills in Spanish through pronunciation practice, discussion of
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     310              Oral Expression             current events, skits, interviews, conversations, role play, impromptu debates and public
                                                                         speaking; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or 203.

                                                                       Survey of the Hispanic world with emphasis on its history and cultural patterns from pre-
                                     Hispanic Culture and Civilization Roman times to the 18th century; description and analysis of artistic, historical, literary,
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     311
                                           to the 18th Century         political topics. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 202, 203, 222 or approval of
                                                                       instructor.

                                                                        Overview of the Hispanic world, including the United States, from independence in the
                                     Hispanic Culture and Civilization: Americas to present; description and analysis of artistic, historical, literary, political,
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     312
                                         18th Century to Present        sociolinguistic topics. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 202, 203, 222 or approval
                                                                        of instructor.


                                                                         Readings in Spanish poetry and prose with emphasis on methods of analysis for imagery,
                                         Introduction to Hispanic        prosody, rhetorical figures, thematic composition and narrative structure; application of
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     320
                                                Literature               those techniques in oral and written reports; required for modern languages majors in
                                                                         Spanish; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or 203 or approval of instructor.


                                                                         Origins and evolution of Spanish literature from the Medieval to the Golden Age
                                                                         traditions; epic, drama, novel, picaresque and satire as reflected in works by Berceo,
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     331         Spanish Literature to 1700
                                                                         Cervantes, Garcilaso de la Vega, Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca and others;
                                                                         conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of instructor.
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     Department           Course #            Course Name                                                 Course Description

                                                                      Representative works of Spanish Neoclassicism, Romanticism, realism, naturalism,
                                      Spanish Literature from 1700 to modernism, and Avant-Garde movements; overview of historical background, cultural
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     332
                                                   1936               and philosophical tendencies; socio-political movements in modern Spain until the Civil
                                                                      War; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of instructor.


                                                                      Themes, styles and authors from the meeting of Old and New Worlds through the final
                                     Spanish-American Literature from
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     341                                       days of the Colony; overview of cultural and historical background; conducted in
                                              1492 to 1821
                                                                      Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of instructor.


                                                                      Themes, styles and authors from Independence to Modernity; overview of cultural and
                                     Spanish-American Literature from
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     342                                       historical background; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or
                                              1821 to 1935
                                                                      approval of instructor.

                                                                       Sound system of Spanish with special reference to pronunciation and contrast with
                                                                       sounds of American English; development and description of phonology of principal
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     350                 Phonetics              dialects of American and Peninsular Spanish. Especially for native speakers of English,
                                                                       future teachers of Spanish and bilingual education majors; conducted in Spanish.
                                                                       Prerequisite: SPAN 202, 203, 222 or equivalent.


                                                                       Examination of major works and directors of contemporary Hispanic film; interpretation
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     410               Hispanic Film            of culture through film; relationship of literature and film; conducted in Spanish.
                                                                       Prerequisites: SPAN 311 or 312 and 303 or approval of instructor.

                                                                    Cultural, economic, and political aspects of present-day Hispanic societies, and the
                                      Contemporary Hispanic Society
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     411                                     treatment of these issues in the media; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 311 or
                                             and Culture
                                                                    312 and 303 or approval of instructor.

                                                                       Contemporary literature by monolingual/bilingual Hispanic authors in the United States;
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     412         Hispanic Writers in the US     analysis of representative works from major Hispanic communities in the United States;
                                                                       conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of instructor.


                                                                       Examination of the works of a major artist and/or artistic movement as a vehicle for
                                                                       intensive analysis of elements of Hispanic culture; study of artists such as El Greco,
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     413        Hispanic Culture through Art    Velazquez, Goya, Picasso, Dali, and Diego Rivera. Conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites:
                                                                       Junior or senior classification; SPAN 311 or 312 and SPAN 303 or approval of
                                                                       instructor.

                                                                       Analysis of Cervantes' life, cultural milieu and works; emphasis on Don Quixote, its
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     445                 Cervantes              significance in Spanish literature and in the development of the modern novel;
                                                                       conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of instructor.

                                                                       Representative works of authors from both sides of the Atlantic; similarities and
                                        Contemporary Spanish and       differences as regional literature give way to cosmopolitan styles, themes and
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     450
                                       Spanish-American Literature     movements; conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SPAN 303 and 320 or approval of
                                                                       instructor.

                                                                       Individual supervision of readings or assigned projects selected for each student
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     485              Directed Studies          individually; written and oral reports. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor and
                                                                       department head.

                                                                       Selected topics in an identified area of Spanish. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite:
Hispanic Studies (SPAN)     489             Special Topics in…
                                                                       Approval of department head.

                                                                       Ancient civilizations, Greek, Roman and Asian; Christianity; medieval civilization in
                                       Western Civilization to 1660.
    History (HIST)          101                                        west, eastern Europe; political, social and intellectual developments from earliest human
                                              (HIST 2311)
                                                                       cultures to 1660.


                                                                      Religious, dynastic and imperial developments; Industrial Revolution; western
                                      Western Civilization Since 1660
    History (HIST)          102                                       democracies; rise of nationalism and communism; central and eastern Europe;
                                              (HIST 2312)
                                                                      intellectual revolution; World Wars I and II and the contemporary world.




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Department       Course #            Course Name                                                   Course Description

                                                                Development of major world societies in the pre-modern era; emergence of agrarian-
                                  World History to 1500
History (HIST)     103                                          based modes of production, political states, religious economy and a global division of
                                     (HIST 2321)
                                                                systems; Eurasian world system and the civilizations of Africa and the Americas.

                                                                Interaction of major world societies in the modern era; emergence of the modern world-
                                World History Since 1500
History (HIST)     104                                          economy and a global division of labor; European imperialism and colonialism and
                                     (HIST 2322)
                                                                reactions in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

                                                                Russian history, culture and society from origins to the present; rise of the Russian
                                                                Empire; autocracy; modernization without liberalization; reforms, reaction, revolution;
History (HIST)     210             Russian Civilization         development of Communist regime; continuity from Imperial to Soviet period in
                                                                industrialization, bureaucracy and treatment of peasants, nationalities and intellectual
                                                                opposition; Gorbachev and a new "revolution."

                                   History of England           British, Saxon and Norman origins; national development; struggles between church and
History (HIST)     213
                                      (HIST 2313)               state; crown and nobles; nobles and commons; development of parliament.

                                                                Agrarian and Industrial Revolutions; relations with Ireland; evolution of democracy;
                                   History of England
History (HIST)     214                                          struggles with France and Napoleon; social legislation in the 20th century; growth of
                                      (HIST 2314)
                                                                Empire until World War II.

                                                                History of Christian doctrine, ecclesiastical organization, and religious practice, origins
                                                                through Reformation, with emphasis on religion and society; life and teachings of Jesus;
                            History of Christianity: Origins to apostolic church; patristic period; Christianization of Roman Empire and northern
History (HIST)     220
                                    the Reformation             Europe; monasticism; medieval church; Gregorian reform; heresy; papal monarchy;
                                                                schism and conciliarism; reformations of the sixteenth century. Cross-listed with RELS
                                                                220.

                            European Military History, 1630- European military history from Gustavus Adolphus to the Boer War including especially
History (HIST)     234
                                         1900                societal involvement as well as roles of classic commanders.

                                                                Introduction to the comparative study of the civilizations and cultures that bordered on
                                                                the Atlantic Ocean; examination of culture and economic exchanges and adaptations,
History (HIST)     320        History of the Atlantic World
                                                                migrations, empire-building, and the emergence of new societies and cultures.
                                                                Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

                                                               European social history from the 19th century to the present: transformations wrought
                            European Society in the Industrial
History (HIST)     324                                         by industrialization; changing forms of social relations, politics and protest; development
                                         Age
                                                               and impact of the welfare state; interaction of class, race and gender.

                                                         Survey of women in classical Greece and Rome; emphases on female occupations and
                             Women in Ancient Greece and family relationships, legal and political status, traditional values, notorious women, how
History (HIST)     330
                                       Rome              women were viewed and how they viewed themselves. Prerequisite: Junior or senior
                                                         classification. Cross-listed with CLAS 330 and WMST 330.


                                                                European political and diplomatic history from Constantine to Philip the Fair;
History (HIST)     331        Medieval Europe, 300 to 1300      emergence of medieval institutions; the influence of Plato and Aristotle upon Augustine,
                                                                Abelard and Thomas Aquinas, and the origins of European education and law.

                                                                Renaissance politics and diplomacy; political ideas of Erasmus and Machiavelli; art and
                              Renaissance and Reformation
History (HIST)     332                                          humanism of the Renaissance; religious views of Luther, Calvin and Zwingli; the "new"
                                 Europe, 1300 to 1660
                                                                economics.

                                                             Europe from the "Age of Louis XIV" to the Congress of Vienna; Russia, Austria and
                            Europe in the Age of Absolutism,
History (HIST)     333                                       Prussia. Mercantilism, capitalism and the rise of the middle class. Origins and
                                       1660-1815
                                                             consequences of the Enlightenment.

                                                                A political, diplomatic, social and cultural history of Europe prior to, during and shortly
History (HIST)     335              Europe, 1890-1932
                                                                after World War I.

                                                                A political, diplomatic, military, social and cultural history of Europe prior to, during and
History (HIST)     336             Europe Since 1932
                                                                since World War II.

                                                            Survey of European society and social classes from the origins of capitalism in the
                            The Rise of the European Middle Middle Ages to the triumph of the "middle class world" in the 19th century; rise of the
History (HIST)     338
                                          Class             middle class, development of bourgeois ideology and culture, and creation of the
                                                            working class.


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Department       Course #            Course Name                                                  Course Description

                                                              Eastern Europe from the fall of the Byzantine Empire to the present; the Ottoman,
History (HIST)     339         Eastern Europe Since 1453
                                                              Habsburg, Russian and Soviet Empires; the origins of modern East European states.

                                                              Survey of the Middle East since 1800; introduction to Islam and Islamic civilization;
                                                              decline of the Ottoman Empire; European imperialism; rise of nationalist movements;
History (HIST)     348            Modern Middle East
                                                              Zionism and the emergence of Israel; Arab-Israeli conflict; impact of oil; revolution in
                                                              Iran and Islamic resurgence.

                                                              Religion in America from European origins through New England Puritanism, U. S.
                            History of Religion in America to Constitutional issues, immigration, revivalism and the Civil War; relationship between
History (HIST)     365
                                          1860                dissenters, utopians and visionaries versus mainstream counterparts. Cross-listed with
                                                              RELS 365.

                                                              Religion in American from the Civil War; relationship of religion and science, ethnic
                             History of Religion in America   assimilation, emergence of fundamentalism, mass evangelism, cults and criticisms of
History (HIST)     366
                               from 1860 to the Present       contemporary culture; examination of social and racial problems by the major religious
                                                              traditions.

                                                              Geographic setting; early English, French, Dutch, Swedish discovery, conquest and
History (HIST)     367       Colonization of North America
                                                              settlement, 1497-1763; colonial administration; colonial life; inter-colonial wars.

                                                             Impact of French and Indian War; British colonial policy 1763-1775; War for
                            The Birth of the Republic, 1763- Independence; Confederation crisis; Constitution-making and ratification; development
History (HIST)     368
                                          1820               of political parties; problem of foreign entanglements; War of 1812; conflict of
                                                             nationalist and sectionalist tendencies; historiography and interpretation.
                                                              A survey of the unification of Germany; creation of the German Empire; Weimar
History (HIST)     402            Germany Since 1815          Republic; rise and fall of Nazi Germany; and the role of Germany in international
                                                              diplomacy.
                                                              Inner workings of the Third Reich from inception in 1933 to collapse at the end of
History (HIST)     403          History of Nazi Germany       World II in 1945; leadership and structure of the Nazi party; family life, religion and
                                                              business.

                                                              Examines Germany from the end of World War II to the end of the 20th century;
History (HIST)     404            Post 1945 Germanies         includes political, social, cultural, and economic life in divided and occupied Germany;
                                                              covers Germany since reunification in 1990. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

                                                              History of the Nazi Holocaust; Third Reich; Jewish Ghetto life and concentration
History (HIST)     405          History of the Holocaust
                                                              camps; role of the military, S.S. and German business; lessons and legacies.

                            The Era of the French Revolution Origins and events of the French Revolution; Napoleon Bonaparte and the First Empire;
History (HIST)     406
                               and Napoleon, 1715-1815       social, economic, political and military developments in France and Europe.

                                                              Nineteenth century Bourbon, Orleanist, Bonapartist and Republican regimes; France in
History (HIST)     407        History of France Since 1815
                                                              World Wars I and II; De Gaulle and the role of France in the 20th century.

                                                            Political and social history of selected major figures and important movements in
                              European Intellectual History
History (HIST)     420                                      political theory, literature, sociology, art, economics and philosophy in the 18th and 19th
                            from the Enlightenment to 1900
                                                            centuries.

                                                             Political and social history of selected major figures and important movements in
                            European Intellectual History in
History (HIST)     421                                       political theory, literature, sociology, art, economics and philosophy from the turn of the
                                the Twentieth Century
                                                             century to the present.

                                                              Greek History and civilization from the Archaic Age to Alexander the Great (8th-late
History (HIST)     426            The Ancient Greeks          4th century B.C.). Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or
                                                              approval of instructor. Cross-listed with CLAS 426.

                                                              Roman History and civilization from the beginnings (7th century B.C.) to the late 1st
History (HIST)     428            The Roman Republic          century B.C.). Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or
                                                              approval of instructor. Cross-listed with CLAS 428.

                                                              Roman History and civilization of the Imperial Period (1st century B.C.-6th century
History (HIST)     429            The Roman Empire            A.D.). Prerequisite: 3 hours in history, or junior or senior classification, or approval of
                                                              instructor. Cross-listed with CLAS 429.

                                                              Introduction to the history of eighteenth- and nineteenth-Century Ireland; examination
                               Ireland 1690-1922: Colony,     of politics, society, culture, the economy and religion; consideration of the relationship
History (HIST)     430
                                  Kingdom and Nation          between Ireland, Britain and continental Europe; Ireland and parliamentary politics.
                                                              Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.
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              Department          Course #            Course Name                                                  Course Description
                                                                                Changes in social, economic, political and religious institutions and organization: growth
                                                                                of the nation state; Henry VIII and the "new monarchy"; Reformation and religious
             History (HIST)         435         Tudor England, 1450-1603
                                                                                settlements; international relations; inflation and social dislocation; the role of
                                                                                Parliament; the age of Elizabeth and Shakespeare.

                                                                                Social, political, economic and religious development from James I to Queen Anne,
             History (HIST)         436         Stuart England, 1603-1714       Puritanism and the Revolution of the 1640s, the Restoration, establishment of
                                                                                constitutional monarchy after 1688, England's rise as a world commercial power.
                                                                                Eighteenth century English history: Hanoverian rule and parliamentary government;
                                                                                challenges to stability from political radicalism, popular culture and crime; overseas
             History (HIST)         437            Hanoverian England
                                                                                empire; agricultural revolution, industrialization and urban growth; the church, Age of
                                                                                Reason and rise of Methodism.

             History (HIST)         438        Nineteenth Century England       Political, social, economic and intellectual history of England from 1815 to 1914.

             History (HIST)         439        Twentieth Century England        Constitutional, political, economic, military and social history of England since 1910.

                                                                                Women in Europe from the 18th century to the present: women's contributions to their
                                                                                societies; realities of their daily lives and their responses; perceptions of women; role of
                                              Women in Modern European
             History (HIST)         477                                         institutions in defining women's roles; significance for women of industrialization,
                                                       History
                                                                                revolution, warfare, scientific discoveries; interaction of class, race and gender. Cross-
                                                                                listed with WMST 477.

                                                                              European civilization and culture as seen especially through literature, history,
                                             Studies in European Civilization
          Liberal Arts (LBAR)       331                                       philosophy and the arts. To be taught only at an overseas site. Prerequisite: LBAR 330 or
                                                       and Culture I
                                                                              approval of instructor.

                                                                              European civilization and culture as seen especially through political, social and
                                             Studies in European Civilization
          Liberal Arts (LBAR)       332                                       economic developments. To be taught only at an overseas site. Prerequisite: LBAR 330
                                                      and Culture II
                                                                              or approval of instructor.

                                                                                 Italian civilization and culture as seen especially through literature, history, philosophy
                                             Studies in Italian Civilization and
          Liberal Arts (LBAR)       333                                          and the arts. To be taught only at an overseas site. Prerequisite: LBAR 330 or approval of
                                                          Culture I
                                                                                 instructor.

                                               Recent British and American      Major philosophers in contemporary Anglo American thought such as Moore, Russell,
          Philosophy (PHIL)         416
                                                       Philosophy               Wittgenstein, Ayer, Quine, Austin and Ryle. Prerequisites: PHIL 240 and 413.


                                             Western European Government Political institutions and ideas of major European countries. Prospects for political
       Political Science (POLS)     322
                                                      and Politics       integration. Prerequisite: POLS 206 or approval of department head.

                                                                                Political, social and economic transformations in the post-Communist Eastern and
                                               Government and Politics of       Southern European countries; examination of the interrelations between political,
       Political Science (POLS)     326
                                                    Eastern Europe              economic and social issues that impact the building of new governments and institutions
                                                                                in these countries. Prerequisites: POLS 206 and 207; junior or senior classification.

Source: TAMU online catalog




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