Survey of the history of the Christian church from New Testament times to the 21st century

An introduction to the discipline of world regional geography. We will concentrate on the elements that distinguish each region, such as landforms, climate, natural resources, economics, languages, religions, and history

A study of the political, social, economic, and cultural development of the United States from the discovery of America through the Civil War.  For Education and History/Secondary Education majors, an overview of Illinois State History is included.  Prerequisites: none.

A study of Western and non-Western cultures from antiquity through the Protestant Reformation. Emphasis on the development of the classical and medieval west and an introduction to major world cultures and religions. Offered every semester.

Three hours.

World Civilizations to 1600

A study of Western and non-Western cultures from antiquity through the Protestant Reformation. Emphasis on the development of the classical and medieval west and an introduction to major world cultures and religions. Offered every semester. Three hours.

A study of political, social, economic, and intellectual developments in history from the rise of Western civilization in Greece to the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Seminar format includes a major semester-long research project. Offered on a rotating basis with HI 420, HI 430, HI 440, and HI 485 every semester. Current offering:  Fall Semester 2014

Three hours.