290 history social science teaching methodology i 3 c

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290 HISTORY-SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHING METHODOLOGY I 3 C or better in C&I 216 or conc reg req. Exceptions may be made by cons inst. Req for HIS or SSC maj in Teacher Ed programs. Incl Clin Exp. Special methods and pre-student teaching clinical experi- ences for History-Social Sciences Teacher Education stu- dents. Includes observation and participation in classroom settings. Must be completed prior to student teaching. 292 CAREERS FOR HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES MAJORS 1 Acquaints students with career opportunities and relates History and Social Sciences skills learned to those needed in various career situations. Includes instruction in job placement skills. 296 HISTORIOGRAPHY AND HISTORICAL METHOD 3 F Cons inst req; 3.50 GPA in history; majors only. This class serves as a foundation for honors work. A student in the University Honors Program may arrange with the Hon- ors Program Office for this course to count as the Honors par- ticipation requirement for continuation of that program. 300 SENIOR SEMINAR IN HISTORY 3 F,S HIS/HIS Ed maj only. HIS 200 or cons inst req. An advanced study of the methods, sources, and problems of the field of history, using a topical approach that varies from section to section. To be taken in the last full semester on campus.
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207 C A S History 300.01 SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINAR 3 SSC maj. ECO/GEO/POL/PSY 138 req; completion of at least 1 course in 5 of the 7 program areas (American History, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Politics and Government, Sociology, and World History) req; completion of at least 12 hrs of senior-level SSC courses req. Also offered as ANT/ECO/GEO/POL/SOC/ 300.01. An intensive examination of a selected issue in the social sciences, taught from an interdisciplinary perspective, cul- minating in a capstone student research project. To be taken in last full semester on campus. 301 HONORS THESIS 3 F,S HIS 296 and 299; adm to dept honors program; cons of dept req. May be counted for HIS 300 SENIOR SEMI- NAR major req. Cannot be CR/NC. Formerly HIS 294. The course provides the student with the opportunity to com- plete the writing of the honors thesis and to present a sum- mary of the thesis at a public forum or defend the thesis before relevant faculty. 306 REGIONAL AND AREA STUDIES 1-9 Any 200-level HIS course or cons inst req. Materials charge optional. Intensive on-site study of particular lands, environments, cultures, and peoples. 307 SELECTED TOPICS IN NON-WESTERN HISTORY 3 F,S 1 of the following: HIS 103.01, 103.02, 103.03, 103.04, 104.01, 104.02, 104.03, 104.04, 263, 265, 266, 271, 272, 275, 276 or IDS 203; and HIS 200 or cons inst req. May be repeated if topic different. The study of non-Western history through a topical approach. Topics will vary from semester to semester. 308 SELECTED TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY 3 F,S HIS 101, 102 and 200 or cons inst req. May repeat for credit if content is different.
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