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BIO 689. DIRECTED RESEARCH. One to four hours credit; not to exceed four hours total. Prerequisite: Approval of research advisor, major advisor, and depart- mental chair. 1-4.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY HIS 500. HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY. 3 HIS 506. THE AMERICAN MILITARY EXPERIENCE, 1775-Present. 3 HIS 509. MODERN ARCHIVAL MANAGEMENT. 3 HIS 510. AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY. 3 HIS 511. MISSISSIPPI HISTORY. 3 HIS 516. THE ANCIENT WORLD TO 500 A.D. 3 HIS 518. HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY. 3 HIS 520. MEDIEVAL HISTORY, 500-1500. 3 HIS 522. RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION, 1300-1648. 3

HIS 523. EUROPE,. 1648-1815, ABSOLUTISM, ENLIGHTENMENT, FRENCH REVOLUTION, AND NAPOLEON. 3

HIS 524. EUROPE, 1815-1914. 3 HIS 526. EUROPE, 1914-Present. 3 HIS 529. THE HOLOCAUST. 3 HIS 533. AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY. 3 HIS 534. COLONIAL AMERICA TO 1763. 3 HIS 535. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY ERA, 1763-1789. 3 HIS 536. FEDERAL AND MIDDLE PERIOD, 1789-1850. 3 HIS 537. THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION, 1850-1877. 3 HIS 538. UNITED STATES HISTORY, 1877-1917. 3 HIS 539. UNITED STATES HISTORY, 1917-1945. 3 HIS 540. UNITED STATES HISTORY, 1945-PRESENT. 3 HIS 545. SPORTS IN AMERICAN CULTURE AND SOCIETY. 3

HIS 555. WOMEN AND THE FAMILY: ANCIENT WORLD TO EARLY MODERN PERIOD. 3

HIS 556. THE OLD SOUTH. 3 HIS 557. THE NEW SOUTH. 3 HIS 560. ENGLISH HISTORY TO 1688. 3 HIS 561. ENGLISH HISTORY, 1688-Present. 3

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