We presently offer 4 or 5 graduate classes per semester. (Subject to enrollments and budget.) Graduate classes meet once a week for a 3 hour class period, beginning at 6:00 PM, Mondays through Thursdays during the regular semesters. Some undergraduate upper division classes will be offered in the evening as well, and a few during the summer session.
History Graduate Courses
|200 Graduate Methodology, Research, and Writing
|205 Topics in History
|205 Topics in History (Advanced Curriculum Project)
|209 Colloquium in Ancient and Medieval Europe
|210a Advanced Colloquium in United States History, Pre-1780
|210b Advanced Colloquium in United States History, 1780–1900
|210c Advanced Colloquium in United States History, Since 1900
|211 Advanced Colloquium in Modern European History, Since 1900
|220a Advanced Colloquium in World History, Pre-1000 C.E.
|220b Advanced Colloquium in World History, 1000–1750
|220c Advanced Colloquium in World History, Since 1750
|230 Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Europe
|240 Seminar in Pre-20th-Century Europe
|241 Seminar in Twentieth-Century Europe
|272 Seminar in American Diplomatic History
|274 Seminar in American Social and Intellectual History
|276 Seminar in Early American History
|280 Seminar in Recent American History
|283 Seminar in California and Western History
|288 Seminar in the History of Women in the United States
|298 Special Study
299 Master's Thesis
Open only to approved Master's candidates in history. Reserved for students under Plan A. Thesis prospectus must have been approved by the Graduate Committee prior to enrollment. Credit/No Credit grading. Three to six units.
Please note: Most courses may be taken again with a different instructor, or with the same instructor with different course content.