Graduate Course Offerings for Summer and Fall 2021 Summer Course Professor Format Additional Information HST 621 Early American Republic Miller, FT Online Counts as US History HST 629 Plagues and Pandemics Dicke, T Online Counts as World History or US History HST 632 History of Ancient Egypt Troche, J Online Counts as … [Read more...] about Graduate Course Offerings for Summer and Fall 2021
Graduate Courses Please note, due to the COVID outbreak, registration for Summer and Fall classes has been moved from 30 March to 6 April. Summer 2020 Course Number Course Name Professor Format HST 618 Colonial America F Thornton Miller Online HST 629 Plagues and Pandemics T Dicke Online REL 635 History of Pentecostalism A … [Read more...] about Graduate History Courses (Summer 2020/Fall 2020)
Unwrapping Ancient Egypt is a two-part event taking place on October 19, 2019 at Missouri State University in Strong Hall. This event is open and free to the public, but registration is requested. First, from 9am-4pm, the Second Missouri Egyptological Symposium will bring together nearly a dozen Egyptologists local to the Missouri region for an entire day of exciting … [Read more...] about Come Unwrap Ancient Egypt on October 19th
Greetings Bears! With registration for spring classes around the corner (October 30), we thought we would let you know about some of the exciting courses that will be offered next semester in our undergraduate program. US History For those interested in US history, the department will be offering variety of different survey courses, including: HST 312 History of … [Read more...] about Undergraduate Courses for Spring 2019!
With the spring schedules posted, it’s time to start planning the upcoming semester. You may have already noticed all the different flyers of upper division history courses posted around the department. You can view the complete list of history courses offered in the department by running a class schedule search through your My Missouri State portal. Keep in mind that HST 300+ … [Read more...] about Registering for the Spring Semester (Spring 2019)