History Department Course Offerings


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History Content Core

HIST 1250: Early America (SS, Div.)

HIST 1260: Modern America (SS)

HIST 1510/1510H: World Civilizations (SS, IP)

  • Available in-person, online, and web-centric. Web-centric classes meet in-person on scheduled days, but are otherwise online. 

HIST 1520/1520H: The Modern World (SS, IP)

HIST 2210: North American Indigenous People 

Dr. Brooks TR 1:00-2:15

Multiple times and modalities (in-person, online, web-centric) available unless otherwise noted.

Most courses meet BGP requirements for Social Sciences (SS). Some meet International Perspective (IP) or diversity (Div.) requirements

Local, Regional, and Public

HIST 3062: History of Ohio

Dr. Brooks TR 2:30-3:45

HIST 4802: Environmental History (Seminar)

Dr. Challú W 4:30-7:20

Military and Diplomatic

HIST 3034: WWII (Online)

Dr. Grunden

HIST 3334/3334H: The Vietnam War

Dr. Greene TR 9:30-10:45

HIST 4444: War and Diplomacy in Europe

Dr. Forsyth T 2:30-3:20

Transnational 

HIST 3417: Ancient Greece

Dr. Stark MW 4:30-5:45

HIST 3567: Genocide and Holocaust

Dr. Schrag MWF 10:30-11:20

HIST 3607: Representative Personalities of the 20th Century (Online)

Dr. Brooks 

HIST 4807: Race Matters in 21st Century Europe (Seminar)

Dr. Guenther

History Professional Core

HIST 1001: The Historian’s Craft

Dr. Mancuso MWF 2:30-3:20

HIST 2001: Historical Writing

Dr. Grunden R 2:30-3:20                                             

  • Take this class with HIST 2210!

HIST 4001: Professional Practices in History

Dr. Forsyth T 2:30-3:20

  • Take this class with or after a 4000-level class.

Social and Cultural 

HIST 3173: African Cultures and Societies

Dr. Nwauwa TR 11:30-12:45

HIST 4463: French Revolution: Liberty & Death, 1789-1804

Dr. Barr TR 9:30-10:45

HIST 4803: The Zombie in American History and Culture (Seminar)

Dr. Grunden TR 1:00-2:15

Political and Economic

HIST 3255: Early National U.S. 1763-1789

Dr. Martin TR 6:00-7:15

HIST 3365/3365H: Drugs and Alcohol in American History

Dr. Martin TR 4:00-5:15

HIST 4805: U.S. Since 1945 (Online)

Dr. Jackson

Questions?

Contact Dr. Casey Stark, starkcm@bgsu.edu, Faculty Mentor for History Majors.

HIST 5540: European Foreign Relations, 1914-Present

Dr. Forsyth TR 11:30-12:45

HIST 5820: Environmental History: Place, Planet, Anthropocene (Problems in History)

Dr. Challú  W 4:30-7:20

HIST 6100: Local History

Dr. Mancuso M 4:30-7:20

HIST 6320: Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe

Dr. Barr TR 1:00-2:15 

HIST 6520: Historiography

Dr. Greene T 4:00-7:00

HIST 6560: Archives Administration

HIST 6700: Graduate Readings in History

HIST 6760: Inequality in the U.S. (Seminar in American Culture Studies)

Dr. Shocket T 6:00-9:00

HIST 6860: Independent Study in History

HIST 6880: Internship in Public History

HIST 6910: Public History Capstone

Questions?

Contact Dr. Benjamin Greene, greeneb@bgsu.edu, Graduate Program Coordinator.

Updated: 05/26/2022 11:11AM