The History Department serves thousands of MSU Denver students, whether they are seeking general studies credit, pursuing a History major or minor, fulfilling teaching licensure requirements, or satisfying intellectual curiosity.
With more than 25 full-time professors and a large pool of dedicated affiliate faculty members, the Department offers a wide variety of courses such as Native Americans in American History, Ireland and the Irish, History of China, and History of India. See the semester schedule a full list of current offerings.
Information on department programs including majors, minors, and teaching licensure can be found under Advising. For class requirements and expectations visit Student Resources. Students may be interested in joining either the History Club or the Phi Psi chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the international history honor society. Additional information may be found under Student Resources.
HIS 3250 – 002 (CRN 34229). WORLD WAR I: The War to End All Wars.
HIS 384G – 001 (CRN 34647). POWER AND POWERLESS IN AMERICAN HISTORY.
HIS 390J – 001 (CRN 33571). AMERICAN RELIGIOUS HISTORY: Whose God, Whose Country?
HIS 390K – 001 (CRN 34228). FOOD IN AMERICA, 1900-PRESENT.
HIS 4860 – 001 (CRN34219). HISTORY OF FEMINISM AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS.
SENIOR SEMINARS FOR SPRING SEMESTER
HIS4820 – 001 (CRN34221): APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY.
HIS 4820 – 003 (CRN 31570): AMERICAN POLITICAL HISTORY.
HIS 4820 – 004 (CRN 33121): CIVIL RIGHTS, CIVIL LIBERTIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS.