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History

These courses are listed for information purposes only.
Please do not take classes without speaking with your advisor.


HI 3333 Mississippi History
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. A survey of Mississippi history examining economic, social, political, geographical, and cultural aspects of the state's past.


HI 4193 US Environmental History
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. A survey of the impact of the environment in shaping the American culture, literature, politics, and economy from European colonization to the present.


HI 4273 Women in American History
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. A study of the economic, political, and social activities of women in American history. Emphasis on Southern women.


HI 4303 The Old South
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. Development of the Old South from colonization through the slavery controversy and the Civil War.


HI 4313 The New South
(Prerequisites: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. Southern life from Reconstruction times to the present.


HI 4363 African American History & Culture
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) African-Americans from their African origins to the present, emphasizing black-white relations in the making of America. (Same as AAS 4363)


HI 4653 History and Science Technology
(Prerequisite: Completion of any 1000-level history course) Three hours lecture. Science and technology from Newton to the present, emphasizing the relationship between scientific innovation and technological application.


The semesters in which these courses are offered are subject to change. The departments control when the courses will be available.