HIST 306 History of the Family
3 credits, Fall (offered as needed)
Explores the family as the fundamental social unit in nearly every society. This course traces the evolution of the family from the Neolithic era to the present. Students study the impact of geography, economy, religion, and political structures on the variety of family structures in the Western and non-Western worlds.
Prerequisite(s): A 100- or 200-level history class and ENG 152 or equivalent
General Education: Humanities