Historical Methods (WIN)
Three semester hours.
This required course is designed to give history majors and minors a grounding in the methodologies that professional historians utilize in their scholarship. Designed to be taken at the beginning of work on the major, the class will consider a number of important topics in the research and writing of history. Emphasis will be given to issues such as how historians find and examine evidence, how they pose questions, and how they reach answers to those questions. This course may not be substituted for any other course without written permission from the department chair. Prerequisite: HIST 1301/1302.
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