2017-2018 Graduate Studies Catalog

58 HIST 6362 Seminar in Medieval History (3-3-0) Research and/or reading seminar in some aspect of medieval history from approximately 500 A.D to 1500 A.D. The subject matter will vary from time to time to reflect the interest of the professor. May be repeated when a different aspect of history is studied. HIST 6363 Seminar in Modern European History (3-3-0) Research and/or reading seminar in some aspect of modern European history from approximately 1789 to the present. The subject matter will vary from time to time to reflect the interest of the professor. May be repeated when a different aspect of history is studied. HIST 6371 Seminar in Asiatic Studies (3-3-0) Lectures and directed readings on Far Eastern topics. The field of study will vary from the Traditional Far East, Modern China, Japan, and Southeast Asian topics. May be repeated when a different era or area is studied. HIST 6391, 6392 Thesis (3-3-0) A thesis processing fee will be assessed. Note: After beginning work on the thesis, continuous enrollment in Thesis or Thesis Renewal is required for all fall and spring semesters until completion of the thesis. Summer enrollment is required if the student anticipates working on the thesis or completing the degree during either summer term. HIST 6193 Thesis Renewal (1-0-0) A graduate student who has already enrolled for six hours of thesis credit (6391 and 6392) must be continuously enrolled for all fall and spring semesters until completion of the thesis. Summer enrollment is required if the student anticipates working on the thesis or completing the degree during either summer term. It does not apply toward the total semester hours required for the degree.

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