History of rural and urban land use. Topics include the rise of the public lands movement and environmentalism in the United States, the history of ecology and the cultural roots of the modern environmental crisis. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
HIST 625 INTERNSHIP (Fall 2019)
Provides the opportunity to gain professional experience in a history-related field under the supervision of an on-site supervisor and a faculty member. Internships in public history, museum studies, archival and library science, non-profit, history education, and cultural preservation are particularly suitable. Open to all M.A.-level students and may count as one of the five required 600-level courses toward the degree requirements. May be taken only once. Prerequisites: HIST 601, minimum of nine credit hours completed in the program, approval of the graduate director. Three hours per week.
HONR 312 HONR RESRCH/CREATIVE PROJ (Fall 2019)
Develop a research or creative project suitable for presentation at an undergraduate research conference or equivalent public venue. Work one-on-one with a faculty mentor from a department of the student's choosing and with Honors administrative faculty to complete and present the independent project. Prerequisites: Admission to Honors Program. One hour per week. (P/F)