Name: Dr. Cary D. Wintz, Interim Chair
Phone: 713.313.7324
Email: wintz_cd@tsu.edu

History COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

GRADUATE

HIST 531 READINGS IN U. S. HISTORY (3)
Directed readings in selected areas of U.S. history to introduce the student to the themes and concepts of U.S. history.   (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.)

HIST 532 READINGS IN AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY (3)
Directed readings in selected areas of African-American History to introduce the student to the themes and concepts of African-American History. (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.)

HIST 533 READINGS IN EUROPEAN/WORLD HISTORY (3) Directed readings on specified topics in European or World history. (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.)

HIST 581 READINGS IN AFRICAN HISTORY (3)
Directed readings in selected areas of African History to introduce the student to the themes and concepts of African History.

HIST 582 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN AFRICAN HISTORY (3)  
Intensive study with reading and discussion of special problems in African History.  (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.)

HIST 630 PROBLEMS IN U. S. HISTORY (3)
Directed readings on specified topics in U. S. history. (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.)

HIST 631 HISTORIOGRAPHY I (3) A survey of Western historical methods and thought from the Greeks through the 19th Century.

HIST 632 HISTORIOGRAPHY II (3)
A survey of the philosophy and methods of 20th Century historical thought and non-Western historical thought.

HIST 633 PROBLEMS IN AFRICAN DIASPORA HISTORY (3)
Directed readings on specified topics in the history of the peoples of the African Diaspora. (This course may be taken more than once, but no more than three [3] times, as topics vary, with the permission of the instructor.

HIST 635 THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION (3) An analysis of the social and political crisis of the Civil War and the social and political readjustments of the period of Reconstruction.

HIST 640 UNITED STATES SINCE 1900 (3)
An examination of the history of the United States in the twentieth century, with particular emphasis on the economic and social problems of contemporary America.

HIST 734 SEMINAR IN AMERICAN HISTORY (3)
Readings, discussion, and research in selected topics in American history.

HIST736 SEMINAR IN AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY (3)
Readings, discussion, and research in selected topics in Afro-American history.

HIST 750 HISTORICAL RESEARCH (3)
A survey of non-quantitative historical research methodology.

HIST 755 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN HISTORY
An introduction to quantitative research techniques appropriate to historical research methodology.