Course Listings

For a complete list of Spring 2017 courses, click here.

To learn more about the major requirements, click here.
To learn more about the minor requirements, click here.

The following is a complete listing of all HY courses offered by the University of Alabama. In some instances these courses have web pages, and you may follow the links to the official course pages.


For up-to-date information on class times, etc, see
myBama.ua.edu.

Undergraduate Courses

HY 101: Western Civilization to 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 102: Western Civilization since 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 103: American Civilization to 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 104: American Civilization since 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 105: Honors Western Civilization to 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 106: Honors Western Civilization since 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 107: Honors American Civilization to 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 108: Honors American Civilization since 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 110: Comparative World Civilizations (3 hrs.)
HY 111: Colonial Latin America (3 hrs.)
HY 112: Modern Latin America Since 1808 (3 hrs.)
HY 113: Asian Civilization to 1400 (3 hrs.)
HY 114: Modern Asia since 1400 (3 hrs.)
HY 115: History of Science to 1687 (3 hrs.)
HY 116: History of Science since 1687 (3 hrs.)
HY 200: Special Studies in History (1 to 3 hrs.)
HY 225: History of Alabama to 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 226: History of Alabama since 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 235: History of the Christian Church to 1500 (3 hrs.)
HY 236: History of the Christian Church since 1500 (3 hrs.)
HY 247: England to 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 248: England since 1648 (3 hrs.)
HY 295: U.S. Naval History (3 hrs.)
HY 300: Special Studies in History (3 hrs.)
see individual section titles in catalog
HY 301: Independent Study (1-3 hrs.)
HY 312: American South before 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 313: American South since 1865 (3 hrs.)
HY 314: The Coming of the Civil War (3 hrs.)
HY 315: The Civil War ( 3 hrs.)
HY 316: Life & Legend Abraham Lincoln ( 3 hrs.)
HY 318: U.S. since 1945 (3 hrs.)
HY 319: 19th-Century Black History (3 hrs.)
HY 320: 20th-Century Black History (3 hrs.)
HY 321: Religion in Modern Europe (3 hrs)
HY 323: U.S. Constitutional History to 1877 (3 hrs.)
HY 324: U.S. Constitutional History since 1877 (3 hrs.)
HY 325: U.S. as a World Power to 1898 (3 hrs.)
HY 326: U.S. as a World Power since 1898 (3 hrs.)
HY 327: Women in Early America (3 hrs.)
HY 330: The Civil Rights Movement (3 hrs.)
HY 331: Religion and Civil Rights (3 hrs.)
HY 332: Native American History (3 hrs.)
HY 333: American in the Progressive Era: A Nation Comes of Age (3 hrs.)
HY 335: Handmade Nation: Knitting and History (3 hrs.)
HY 336: U.S. Disability History (3 hrs.)
HY 341: History of the U.S.-Vietnam War (3 hrs.)
HY 349: History of France, 1760-present (3 hrs.)
HY 355: German History since 1740 (3 hrs.)
HY 357: World War I (3 hrs.)
HY 358: World War II (3 hrs.)
HY 361: Russia to 1894 (3 hrs.)
HY 362: Russia and the Soviet Union since 1894 [same as RUS 352] (3 hrs)
HY 365: European Consumer Society (3 hrs)
HY 370: A History of the Atlantic World, 1400–1800 (3 hrs)
HY 377: Mexico since 1810 (3 hrs)
HY 378: Drugs, Booze, and Mexican Society (3 hrs)
HY 384: Ancient Egypt and the Near East [same as CL 384] (3 hrs.)
HY 385: History of Greece [same as CL 385] (3 hrs.)
HY 386: History of Rome [same as CL 386] (3 hrs.)
HY 390: Survey Of Irish History (3 hrs.)
HY 393: British Empire and Commonwealth (3 hrs.)
HY 395: Black Urban Culture (3 hrs.)
HY 399: History Honors Colloquium (3 hrs.)
HY 400: Special Studies in History (3 hrs.)
see individual section titles in catalog
HY 402: Modern Japan since 1550 (3 hrs.)
HY 403: Chinese Civilization to 1600 (3 hrs.)
HY 404: Modern China since 1600 (3 hrs.)
HY 408: Colonial United States to 1763 (3 hrs.)
HY 409: American Rev./New Nation, 1763-1815 (3 hrs.)
HY 411: Comparative Slavery and Emancipation (3 hrs.)
HY 412: Slavery in American Popular Culture (3 hrs.)
HY 413: Mexican War through Civil War (3 hrs.)
HY 416: The U.S. from Reconstruction to World War I (3 hrs.)
HY 417: The U. S. from World War I to World War II (3 hrs.)
HY 424: American Thought Before 1860 (3 hrs.)
HY 425: American Thought Since 1860 (3 hrs.)
HY 427: Women in Early America (3 hrs.)
HY 428: Women In America (3 hrs.)
HY 429: Spanish Frontier in North America (3 hrs.)
HY 430: Undergraduate Research Seminar (3 hrs.)
See course listings for individual section topics.
HY 432: Gender and Native Americans (3 hrs.)
HY 442: The Middle Ages (3 hrs.)
HY 443: The Renaissance (3 hrs.)
HY 444: Reformation and Counter-Reformation (3 hrs.)
HY 446: The Age of Reason, 1715-89 (3 hrs.)
HY 447: French Revolution and Napoleon (3 hrs.)
HY 448: Women in Europe since 1750 (3 hrs.)
HY 450: Europe Since 1914 (3 hrs.)
HY 451: Early Modern Germany (3 hrs.)
HY 455: The Darwinian Revolution (3 hrs.)
HY 471: Age of Exploration and Conquest (3 hrs.)
HY 474: The Relations of the U.S. and Latin America (3 hrs.)
HY 475: The Caribbean Basin since 1492 (3 hrs.)
HY 476: History of Religion In Latin America (3 hrs.)
HY 480: Survey of Military History (3 hrs.)
HY 481: War and Diplomacy in Medieval & Modern Europe (3 hrs.)
HY 482: War and Religion in the West (3 hrs.)
HY 483: Thirty Years’ War (3 hrs.)
HY 490: England under the Tudors (3 hrs.)
HY 491: England under the Stuarts (3 hrs.)
HY 493: Britain in the 18th Century (3 hrs.)
HY 494: Britain in the Victorian Age (3 hrs.)
HY 498: Honors Thesis I (3 hrs.)
HY 499: Honors Thesis II (3 hrs.)

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Graduate Teaching Seminar

HY 600: Teaching History (1 hr.)

 


Graduate Historiography Courses

HY 601: Literature of American History to 1877 (4 hrs.)
HY 602: Literature of American History since 1877(4 hrs.)
HY 603: Literature of European History (4 hrs.)
HY 605: Literature of Latin American History (4 hrs.)

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Graduate Proseminars

HY 606: Proseminar in U.S. History to 1877 (4 hrs.)
HY 607: Proseminar in U.S. History since 1977 (4 hrs.)
HY 608: Proseminar in Southern History (4 hrs.)
HY 620: Proseminar in Latin Am. History (4 hrs.)
HY 631: Proseminar in Early Modern European History (4 hrs.)
HY 635: Proseminar in Recent European History (4 hrs.)
HY 639: Proseminar in Military and Naval History (4 hrs.)

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Graduate Research Seminars

HY 651: Seminar in U.S. History to 1877 (4 hrs.)
HY 657: Seminar in U.S. History since 1877 (4 hrs.)
HY 658: Seminar in Southern History (4 hrs.)
HY 660: Seminar in the State and Local History (4 hrs.)
HY 665: Special Studies Seminar (4 hrs.)
HY 670: Seminar in Latin American History (4 hrs.)
HY 682: Seminar in European History (4 hrs.)
HY 684: Seminar in Military and Naval History (4 hrs.)

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Graduate Directed Study

HY 697: Directed Readings (1 to 4 hrs.)
*Written permission of the director of graduate studies required for admission
HY 698: Directed Research Not Related to Dissertation (1 to 4 hrs.)
*Written permission of the director of graduate studies required for admission
HY 699: Dissertation Research (1 to 12 hrs.)
*Not to be counted for required credit for advanced degrees

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