HI201 EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
This course explores American history from pre-contact through Reconstruction. The course incorporates a variety of class experiences: lectures, classroom activities, debates, outside readings, and videos (3 credit hours).
HI202 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY
To introduce students to the major events, persons, and ideas that shaped the life and thought of the early church from 100 A.D. to 600 A.D. Attention is paid to church fathers, apologists, church councils and doctrinal developments. Special focus is given to Irenaeus, Tertullian, Origen, Augustine and Gregory the Great (3 credit hours).
HI203 GRECO-ROMAN HISTORY
This course imparts a historical understanding and appreciation of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures and their legacies to the modern world. This will be achieved through the close examination of the Greco-Roman world in the following areas: geography, environment, political, social, and economical norms (3 credit hours).