HST 3500 History Research and Writing (1 credits)
This course is principally for History-baccalaureate- major and History-minor students and others who wish to learn the methods of research and presentation in a humanities discipline to a high level. This course must be taken together with one of the 3000-level, topical History courses, such as HST 3128, HST 3208, HST 3459, etc. Students in this course will learn methods of research in History through planning, researching, writing, and presenting an essay of about 4000 words based on primary-source evidence and historical literature. Co-requisite(s): Any 3000 level topical History course taught by same instructor as HST 3500 or another appropriate course approved by instructor.
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