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    Winston-Salem State University
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019

Course Descriptions


 

History

   •  HIS 3313 - United States Diplomatic History
   •  HIS 3316 - Historiography
   •  HIS 3316 - Historiography
   •  HIS 3320 - Oral History
   •  HIS 3331 - The World at War, 1914-1945
   •  HIS 3332 - Cultural Dimensions of the African American Experience in the Caribbean
   •  HIS 3333 - History of Africa to 1808
   •  HIS 3333 - History of Africa to 1808
   •  HIS 3334 - History of Africa Since 1808
   •  HIS 3334 - History of Africa since 1808
   •  HIS 3335 - American Social and Intellectual History to 1865
   •  HIS 3336 - American Social and Intellectual History since 1865
   •  HIS 3341 - African American His to 1865
   •  HIS 3342 - African American His since 1865
   •  HIS 3345 - Mod African American Urban His
   •  HIS 3347 - African American Materials & Methods
   •  HIS 3347 - African American Materials and Methods
   •  HIS 3351 - History of Science
   •  HIS 3352 - The African Presence in Mexico
   •  HIS 3353 - The African Presence in the Americas
   •  HIS 3354 - Modern Latin America
   •  HIS 3356 - Modern Russian History
   •  HIS 3361 - Urban History
   •  HIS 3370 - Applied History I
   •  HIS 3371 - Applied History II
   •  HIS 3372 - Colonial Latin America
   •  HIS 3381 - Public Archaeology
   •  HIS 3381 - Public Archaeology
   •  HIS 4041 - Independent Study
   •  HIS 4301 - Latin American Political Thought
   •  HIS 4302 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS 4303 - Age of the Crusades
   •  HIS 4304 - Mod European History
   •  HIS 4304 - Mod European History
   •  HIS 4305 - The Ancient World
   •  HIS 4306 - The Classical World
   •  HIS 4307 - The Early Middle Ages
   •  HIS 4308 - History of North Carolina
   •  HIS 4309 - The Renaissance & Reformation
   •  HIS 4310 - Modern European Cultural History
   •  HIS 4311 - Modern European Intellectual History
   •  HIS 4314 - Senior Seminar in History
   •  HIS 4314 - Senior Seminar in History
   •  HIS 4318 - Rome and Early Christianity
   •  HIS 4320 - Roman Justice
   •  HIS 4321 - History of Genocide
   •  HIS 4323 - Special Topics in Latin America
   •  HIS 4326 - American Studies
   •  HIS 4328 - Victorian Justice
   •  HIS 4332 - History and Politics of East Asia
   •  HIS 4346 - Economic History of the United States
   •  HIS 4351 - Recent History of the United States
   •  HIS 4355 - African Experience in America
   •  HIS 4356 - African American History Seminar
   •  HIS 4363 - Ancient History
   •  HIS 4366 - Medieval History
   •  HIS 4371 - The American South in Popular Culture
   •  HIS 4372 - Latin America Since 1824
   •  HIS 4373 - Topics-History
   •  HIS, JUS 2325 - Historical Foundations of a Just Society

Honors

   •  HON 1106 - Freshman Honors Colloquium
   •  HON 2106 - Sophomore Honors Colloquium
   •  HON 3106 - Junior/Senior Honors Colloquia
   •  HON 4106 - Junior/Senior Honors Colloquia
   •  HON 4300 - Honors Thesis

Humanities

   •  AAS 2311 - Masculinity, Resistance and African-American Cultural Texts
   •  AAS 2312 - Afrocentric Wisdom and Values
   •  AAS 2313 - From Back Stage to Center Stage: Black Female Playwrights in America
   •  AAS 2314 - Shades of Black
   •  HUM 2310 - African-American Culture

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  IDS 2301 - Introduction to Urban Studies
   •  IDS 3310 - Native American Studies I
   •  IDS 3323 - Cultures of the Spanish-Speaking World
   •  IDS 3383 - Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  IDS 4370 - Research in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  IDS 4371 - The American South in Popular Culture
   •  IDS 4373 - Internship in Urban Studies
   •  IDS 4375 - Urban Studies Seminar
   •  LGL 1301 - Legal Foundations

Justice Studies Program

   •  JUS 2301 - Introduction to Justice Studies
   •  JUS 2302 - Research Methods in Justice Studies I
   •  JUS 2305 - Freedom Dreams: U. S. Social Movements from Theory to Action
   •  JUS 2310 - Theories of Justice Studies
   •  JUS 2318 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
   •  JUS 2320 - Introduction to Forensic Science
   •  JUS 2325 - Historical Foundations of a Just Society
   •  JUS 3310 - Police & Community
   •  JUS 3318 - Forensic Psychology
   •  JUS 3335 - Justice Administration
   •  JUS 3336 - The Judicial Process
   •  JUS 3337 - Court Procedure & Evidence
   •  JUS 3339 - Criminal Investigation
   •  JUS 3342 - Comparative Justice Studies
   •  JUS 3344 - The Political Economy of Justice
   •  JUS 3345 - Strategic Approaches to Community Safety
   •  JUS 3346 - Sociology of Law
   •  JUS 3347 - Drugs, Crime, and Justice
   •  JUS 3350 - Victims and Justice
   •  JUS 3355 - Criminal Law
   •  JUS 3361 - Juvenile Justice
 

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