HIST 411 Senior Seminar
3 credits, Fall or Spring
Provides an academic capstone for public history majors and generally will focus on a specific time period, theme, person, event, or idea. The subject will be investigated thoroughly from a wide variety of perspectives. Emphasis will be placed upon interpreting the subject through the primary written and material record and through contrasting interpretations that illustrate the complexity and depth of the subject and its lasting significance and influence. This course may be repeated for credit if topics are different.
Prerequisite(s): Senior public history major status; a 100- or 200-level history class and ENG 152 or equivalent, or permission of the instructor
General Education: Humanities