History Courses

History (HST) courses

  • HST 103 World History to 1600 C.E.

    General Education Component: GEC 111 - Human Cultures: Humanities.

    A study starting with the migration of the earliest humans as hunter/gatherers to the 1600's C.E. the age of science and the age of enlightenment.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offeredCORE 42 (MOTR) equivalent
    330Fall, SpringMOTR HIST 202 - World History I.
  • HST 104 World History Since 1600 C.E.

    General Education Component: GEC 111 - Human Cultures: Humanities.

    A study of World History since 1600 C.E. beginning with the age of science and the Enlightenment's global impact to the most current global history. International/Intercultural component.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offeredCORE 42 (MOTR) equivalent
    330Fall, SpringMOTR HIST 202 - World History II.
  • HST 121 Survey of US History to 1877

    General Education Component: GEC 113 - Public Affairs: US & MO Constitutions/American History & Institutions.

    CBE. Formation of the United States and its civilization from the Age of Discovery through the Reconstruction Era, with emphasis on the influence of the Frontier and the Native American, European and African heritages; the constitutional development of the federal government; the evolution of the nation's economic system, social fabric and diplomatic experiences. Additional course work will be required for the students taking this as an Honors course, and a 'B' grade or higher must be earned in order for the student to receive an Honors 'H' designation. International/Intercultural component.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offeredCORE 42 (MOTR) equivalent
    330Fall, SpringMOTR HIST 101 - American History I.
  • HST 122 Survey of US History Since 1877

    General Education Component: GEC 113 - Public Affairs: US & MO Constitutions/American History & Institutions.

    CBE. Modernization of the United States and its role in the world affairs from the late 19th Century to the present, with emphasis on industrialization and urbanization and their impact on socioeconomic and international developments. Additional course work will be required for the students taking this as an Honors course, and a 'B' grade or higher must be earned in order for the student to receive an Honors designation.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offeredCORE 42 (MOTR) equivalent
    330Fall, SpringMOTR HIST 102 - American History II.
  • HST 197 Special Topics in History

    This is a variable content course. May be repeated to a total of six hours if topic changes.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offered
    1-3Upon demand
  • HST 224 US Civil War

    Provides an in-depth examination of the growth of sectionalism, leading to Civil War between the North and the South in the United States. Provides an examination of the motives, efforts, successes, and failure of the war and the Reconstruction.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offered
    330Upon demand
  • HST 226 Introduction to History of Missouri

    Designed to provide an awareness of the cultural, political, social, and economic developments and contributions of Missouri and Missourians during the evolution of the United States from 1821 to approximately 1990.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offered
    330Upon demand
  • HST 232 African-American History Since 1865

    The purpose of Black History since 1865 is to facilitate student understanding of African-American history from the Civil War and Reconstruction until the present. The course will focus on the evolution of a distinctly Black American culture, on the struggle for civil rights during the 19th and 20th Centuries, and will utilize lectures, readings, discussions, recordings, and videos.

    Credit hoursLecture contact hoursLab contact hoursTypically offered
    330Upon demand