Nov 21, 2018  
2016-2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


How to Read Catalog Course Descriptions

Texas Tech offers nearly 5,000 courses as part of its curriculum. These courses are listed alphabetically by subject prefix within each college and departmental section of this catalog. The courses appear in numerical order, moving from beginning freshman or developmental level courses to graduate, research, and professional courses.

Not all courses listed in this catalog are offered every year. An online class schedule published before each registration period indicates courses that will be available during the upcoming term or semester and when each class will meet. The class schedule can be found at (www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications/class_schedule/index.php). The university reserves the right to cancel any scheduled course or withdraw any program from the list of offerings when the best interests of the institution require such action.

Courses are designated by a subject prefix and number along with a descriptive title. Learn more  about interpreting the course descriptions found throughout the catalog.

 

History (Undergraduate Courses)

Courses are identified as follows: United States history = US; European history = E; African, Asian or Latin American history = AAL.

   •  HIST 4337 - History of American Seapower
   •  HIST 4338 - History of “Small Wars”
   •  HIST 4341 - Ancient Greece
   •  HIST 4342 - Ancient Rome
   •  HIST 4343 - Alexander the Great
   •  HIST 4346 - A History of Food in Europe
   •  HIST 4347 - History of the Medieval Church
   •  HIST 4348 - The Renaissance
   •  HIST 4349 - The Protestant Reformation
   •  HIST 4351 - Origins of the British Empire to 1783
   •  HIST 4352 - Witchcraft and Witch Hunting in the Early Modern Western World
   •  HIST 4353 - The French Revolution and Napoleon
   •  HIST 4354 - From Vampires to Death Tourism: The Dead in Europe since 1700
   •  HIST 4355 - Let’s Talk Women; Let’s Talk War: Women and Conflict in 20th Century Europe
   •  HIST 4360 - Germany Since 1945: A Divided Nation Confronts Its Past
   •  HIST 4361 - The USSR and the Cold War
   •  HIST 4363 - Emergence of New Nations in Latin America
   •  HIST 4365 - Foundations of Contemporary Mexico
   •  HIST 4370 - Great Cities
   •  HIST 4371 - Race, Nation, and Identity
   •  HIST 4372 - History of Comparative Genocide
   •  HIST 4373 - Tudor-Stuart England, 1450-1688
   •  HIST 4375 - Social and Cultural History of Europe, 1800 to the Present
   •  HIST 4376 - History of the Italian Mafia
   •  HIST 4377 - Twentieth Century Britain in Film
   •  HIST 4378 - History of Italian Fascism
   •  HIST 4379 - Revolutionary Russia
   •  HIST 4380 - A History of Masculinity
   •  HIST 4381 - Colonial Mexico and the Spanish Borderlands
   •  HIST 4382 - Walking the Line: The History of U.S.ûMexico Border Relations since 1836
   •  HIST 4383 - History of Central Asia
   •  HIST 4384 - Global Buddhism
   •  HIST 4385 - Global Islam: Past and Present
   •  HIST 4386 - Slavery in Africa
   •  HIST 4390 - The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
   •  HIST 4391 - Modern South Africa
   •  HIST 4392 - Modern South Asia
   •  HIST 4393 - Modern China
   •  HIST 4394 - Modern Japan
   •  HIST 4395 - Modern Vietnam
   •  HIST 4396 - Studies Abroad in Southeast Asia
   •  HIST 4397 - Readings and Research in History
   •  HIST 4398 - Senior Seminar in History

History (Graduate Courses)

Courses are identified as follows: United States history = US; European history = E; African, Asian or Latin American history = AAL.

   •  HIST 5101 - Teaching of History in College
   •  HIST 5303 - Oral History Methodology
   •  HIST 5304 - The Nature of History
   •  HIST 5305 - Historiography of European History
   •  HIST 5306 - Recent Interpretations of American History
   •  HIST 5308 - Historical Studies of Religion
   •  HIST 5310 - Studies in American Cultural and Intellectual History
   •  HIST 5314 - Studies in Post-1945 United States History
   •  HIST 5315 - Studies in Texas History
   •  HIST 5316 - Studies in Southern History
   •  HIST 5317 - Studies in Frontier and Western American History
   •  HIST 5318 - Studies in History and Memory
   •  HIST 5319 - Studies in Native-American History
   •  HIST 5320 - Studies in the Atlantic World
   •  HIST 5321 - Studies in Sports History
   •  HIST 5322 - Studies in United States Foreign Relations
   •  HIST 5323 - Studies in the History of Science and Technology
   •  HIST 5324 - Studies in American Religious History
   •  HIST 5325 - Studies in American Economic History
   •  HIST 5326 - Studies in Nature and History in America
   •  HIST 5327 - Studies in United States Immigration and Urban History
   •  HIST 5328 - Studies in U.S. Military History
   •  HIST 5329 - Studies in U.S. Sea Powers
   •  HIST 5330 - Studies in the Vietnam War
   •  HIST 5331 - Studies in the Classics of Military History
   •  HIST 5332 - Studies Abroad in Southeast Asia
   •  HIST 5333 - Studies in African-American History
   •  HIST 5334 - Studies in Mexican-American History
   •  HIST 5335 - Studies in U.S. Labor
   •  HIST 5336 - Studies in American Sexuality
   •  HIST 5337 - Studies in Modern U.S. Women’s American
   •  HIST 5338 - Studies in American Social History
   •  HIST 5339 - Studies in Ancient Greek History
   •  HIST 5340 - Studies in Ancient Roman History
   •  HIST 5341 - Studies in Medieval History
   •  HIST 5342 - Studies in Renaissance and Reformation History
   •  HIST 5343 - Studies in Russian History
   •  HIST 5344 - Readings in European Nationalism
   •  HIST 5345 - Studies in the History of Fascist and Related Right-Wing Movements in Europe
   •  HIST 5346 - Studies in Modern European History
   •  HIST 5347 - Studies in British History
   •  HIST 5348 - Studies in Roman Law
   •  HIST 5349 - Studies in Early Modern European History
   •  HIST 5350 - Studies in African History
   •  HIST 5351 - Slavery in a World Perspective
   •  HIST 5352 - Studies in Asian History
   •  HIST 5353 - Studies in the History of the U.S. Civil War
   •  HIST 5354 - Studies in Modern Revolution
   •  HIST 5355 - Studies in Colonial Latin American History
   •  HIST 5356 - Studies in National Latin American History
   •  HIST 5357 - Studies in LGBT History
   •  HIST 5358 - Islamic Reform, Revival, and Politics in the Middle East
   •  HIST 5359 - Studies in Borderlands History
   •  HIST 5360 - Studies in French History
   •  HIST 5361 - Studies in the History of Insurgency
   •  HIST 5362 - Family, Gender, Race, and Empire
   •  HIST 5363 - Women in Early America
 

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