Departmental Syllabi

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Syllabi for Spring 2015:

HIST 110 Worldviews, Cultures, and Gods
History of humanity and ideas since the ancient times up to the present.

HIST 118 Civilization and Ideas II -- Brian Strayer
Survey of the major world civilizations from 1700 to the present.

HIST 205 American Experience II -- Stephanie Carpenter
American history from Reconstruction to the present.

HIST 317 History of the Christian Church II
Traces the history of Christianity from the Reformation to the present.

HIST 404 Adventist Heritage -- Brian Strayer
History of the SDA church.

HIST 437 Topics: Women in the American West, 1500-2000 -- Stephanie Carpenter

HIST 469 America as a World Power, 1939-Present -- Stephanie Carpenter
American history from WWII to the present.

HIST 480 Senior Seminar -- Brian Strayer
Capstone course for seniors with oral examination.

HIST 488 Faith and History
A study of the major philosophies of history from a Christian perspective.

PHIL 224 Introduction to Philosophy -- Gary Wood
Introduction to basic philosophical issues, such as faith/reason and free will.

PLSC 104 American Government
A study of American national political institutions.

PLSC 115 Introduction to Political Theory -- Gary Wood
An introductory survey of political thought as a basis of Western political thought from Greece through the present.

PLSC 225 Comparative Politics -- Marcella Myers
Examines different types of governments and how they developed.

PLSC 298 Research Seminar -- Marcella Myers
Introduction to Political Science research.

PLSC 420 Human Rights, Violations, and Reconciliations -- Marcella Myers
Studies concepts of human rights and their applications in today's world.

PLSC 458 American Political Thought -- Gary Wood
American political thought from Revolution to present.

Syllabi for Fall 2014:

HIST110 Worldviews, Cultures, and Gods -- John Markovic
History of humanity and ideas since the ancient times up to the present.

HIST117 Civilizations and Ideas I  -- Brian Strayer
Survey of the major world civilizations to 1700.

HIST 204 American Experience I -- Stephanie Carpenter
American history from Columbus through the Civil War.

HIST 290 Research Seminar  --  Stephanie Carpenter
Introduction to historical research.

HIST 316 History of the Christian Church I  -- John Markovic
Traces the history of Christianity from Christ to the Reformation.

HIST 427 World Wars and Postmodern Age  --  John Markovic
Addresses major social, ideological, economic, and political events and developments since the Great War.

HIST 459 Emergence of Modern America  --  Stephanie Carpenter
American history from the end of the Civil War to the beginning of WWII.

PHIL 224 Introduction to Philosophy  --  Gary Wood
Introduction to basic philosophical issues, such as faith/reason and free will.

PLSC 104 American Government  -- Gary Wood
A study of American national political institutions.

PLSC 237 Individual, State and Marketplace --  Marcella Myers
How public Policies affect people, nations and economics.

PLSC 324 American Political Parties and Elections  --  Marcella Myers
Examines the relationship between parties and the citizens they represent and the lawmakers they seek to influence.

PLSC 365 American Foreign Relations  --  Gary Wood
Study of American diplomacy to the present.

PLSC 419 Political Extremism  --  Marcella Myers
Examines the varieties of political extremism in party politics, radicalized religion, revolutions, and terrorism.

Additional syllabi can be found on the Andrews University Course Schedule.

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