Department of History & Political Science

Three-Year Rotation

 

History

 

Year One

 Fall 2013

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – The Study of History
  • HIST 3810 – History of Georgia
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4140 – Modern Germany (European History)
  • HIST 4561 – US Social History (US History)
  • HIST 4900 – Arab-Israeli Dispute (Non-Western History)
  • HIST 4900 – Eighteenth Century Europe (European History)

 

Spring 2014

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – The Study of History
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4160 – History of Medicine (European History)
  • HIST 4110 – Europe in the Twentieth Century (European History)
  • HIST 4551 – US History 1920 to 1945 (US History)
  • HIST 4782 – Gender and Minorities in the Middle East (Non-Western History)
  • HIST 4900 – The Vietnam War (US History)

 

Year Two

 Fall 2014

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – Study of History
  • HIST 3810 – History of Georgia
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4120 – Modern Russia (European History)
  • HIST 4900 –Women and Sexuality
  • HIST4900 –  History of Japan and Korea  (Non-Western History)
  • HIST 4900 – Islamic World to 1405 (Non-Western History)

 

 Spring 2015

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – Study of History
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4130 – Eastern Europe (European History)
  • HIST 4150 – Renaissance and Reformation (European History)
  • HIST 3570 – Civil War (US History)
  • HIST 4900 – Islamic World from 1405 (Non-Western History)
  • HIST 3770 – Black American History (US History)

 

Year Three

 Fall 2015

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – Study of History
  • HIST 3810 – History of Georgia
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4140 – Modern Germany (European History)
  • HIST 4900 – History of Britain (European History)
  • HIST 4561 – U.S. Social History (US History)
  • HIST 4900 – Arab-Israeli Dispute  (Non-Western History)

 

 Spring 2016

  • HIST 2111 – U.S. History I
  • HIST 2112 – U.S. History II
  • HIST 1111 – World Civilization I
  • HIST 1112 – World Civilization II
  • HIST 2500 – Study of History
  • HIST 4000 – Historiography
  • HIST 4551 – U.S. History 1920 to 1945 (US History)
  • HIST 4900 – The Vietnam War (US History)
  • HIST 4900 – Eighteenth Century Europe (European History)
  • HIST 4782 – Gender and Minorities in the Middle East (Non-Western History)

 

 

Political Science

 

Year One

 Fall 2013

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2101 – Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS 2401 – Intro to Global Issues
  • POLS 3210 – Modern European Governments
  • POLS 4100 – American Political Parties
  • POLS 4630 – International Relations
  • POLS 4700 – Political Philosophy
  • POLS 4730 – Religion and American Politics

 

Spring 2014

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2201 – State and Local Government
  • POLS 3205 – Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS 4470 – American Presidency
  • POLS 4570 – Structure of American Government/Constitutional Law I
  • POLS 4690 – American Foreign Policy
  • POLS 4950 – Senior Research

 

Year Two

Fall 2014

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2101 – Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS 2401 – Introduction to Global Issues
  • POLS 4460 – Legislative Process/Congress
  • POLS 4630 – International Relations
  • POLS 4700 – Political Philosophy
  • POLS 4900 – Genocide and Ethnic Conflict
  • POLS 4900 – African American Politics

 

Spring 2015

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2201 – State and Local Government
  • POLS 3205 – Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS 4470 – American Presidency
  • POLS 4580 – Civil Liberties/Constitutional Law II
  • POLS 4690 – American Foreign Policy
  • POLS 4950 – Senior Research

 

Year Three

 Fall 2015

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2101 – Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS 2401 – Introduction to Global Issues
  • POLS 3210 – Modern European Governments
  • POLS 4100 – American Political Parties-Interest Groups
  • POLS 4630 – International Relations
  • POLS 4700 – Political Philosophy
  • POLS 4730 – Religion and American Politics

 

Spring 2016

  • POLS 1101 – American Government
  • POLS 2201 – State and Local Government
  • POLS 3205 – Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS 4470 – American Presidency
  • POLS 4580 – Structure of American Government/Constitutional Law I
  • POLS 4950 – Senior Research

 

 Other

 

Year One

 Fall 2013

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples
  • SOSC 4900 – World Religions
  • WMST 2001 – Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • SOSC 4900 -  Holocaust and Genocide Studies

 

Spring 2014

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples

 

Year Two

 

Fall 2014

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples

 

Spring 2015

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples

 

Year Three

 

Fall 2015

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples
  • WMST 2001 – Introduction to Women’s Studies

 

Spring 2016

  • SOSC 1101 – The World & Its Peoples