History
College of Arts and Humanities

Graduate Course Offerings

The Department’s faculty members teach courses covering various time periods, regions of the world, and themes in history. The course schedules below show what has been offered in past semesters, the current semester, and what is tentatively expected to be offered in future semesters. For the current semester, you can also visit the Registrar’s Schedule of Classes and search for ‘HIST’ in the subject area. Future semester schedules are subject to change in order to fit the needs of the department, and may be revised without advance notice.  No contract, either expressly or implied, is created by future schedules.  Course Descriptions can be found in the catalog.

Fall 2018

Armstrong Campus

HIST 5243G China Today

HIST 5247G Euro Intel Hist: Great Books

HIST 5256G Historic Preservation

HIST 7631 Readings in American History: Reconstruction

HIST 7638 Research Prospectus

HIST 7651 Graduate Seminar in Public History

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Topics in Material Culture

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History

HIST 7900 Non-Thesis Project in Public History (1)

HIST 7999 Thesis (1)

Statesboro Campus

HIST 5030G Experimental Historical Games

HIST 5232G Working Class History in the United States

HIST 7630 The Historian’s Craft

HIST 7631 Readings in American History: Jacksonian America, 1815-1848

HIST 7651 Graduate Seminar in Public History

HIST 7781 Professional Internship in Public History

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Age of Napoleon

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Antebellum South

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: World War II

HIST 7999 Thesis (2)

Spring 2019

Armstrong Campus

HIST 5255G Topics in Architectural History

HIST 7630 The Historian’s Craft

HIST 7633 Readings in European History: Crusading in the Twelfth Century

HSIT 7638 Research Prospectus

HIST 7781 Professional Internship in Public History

HIST 7999 Thesis (1)

Statesboro Campus

HIST 5210G Advanced Topics in Public History: Family

HIST 5234G Piracy in the Americas 1500-1775

HIST 5240G Topics in Women and Gender in America

HIST 5251G Museum Studies

HIST 7635 Readings in Non-Western History: Modern Middle East in Facts and Fiction

HIST 7638 Research Prospectus

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Coastal Defense in WW2

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Indians of the Southwest During the Nineteenth Century

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History: Tudor and Stuart England and Scotland

HIST 7900 Non-Thesis Project in Public History (1)

HIST 7990 Non-Thesis Project in History (1)

HIST 7999 Thesis (1)

Fall 2020

Armstrong Campus

HIST 5259G Topics British History: British Household

Statesboro Campus

HIST 5210G Public Outreach in Maritime History

HIST 7651 Graduate Seminar in Public History

HIST 7630 The Historian’s Craft

HIST 7633 Readings in European History: Themes in Macrohistory

HIST 7781 Public History Internship

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History (2)

HIST 7999 Thesis (1)

Spring 2020 (Projected)

Armstrong Campus

HIST 5260G History in the Digital Age
HIST 5335G World War II

Statesboro Campus

HIST 5210G Urban Public History

HIST 7631 Readings In American History

HIST 7638 Research Prospectus

HIST 7831 Independent Study in History (2)

HIST 7900 Non-Thesis Project in Public History

Last updated: 11/7/2019

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY • Hawes Hall # 110, 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419-1997 •
Interdisciplinary Academic Building, #3007, P.O. Box 8054, Statesboro, GA 30460 • 912-478-4478