Historical Studies-Humanities (HIST)
This course focuses on the contributions that individuals and groups with diverse ethnic backgrounds have made to the economic, social, and cultural history of the state.
This course provides students with a better understanding of the continuing economic, political, environmental and cultural impact which the extraction of coal has had on West Virginia.
Selected topics in history. The specific topic will be announced in the schedule of classes. Students may take up to nine hours in selected topics.
Course broadens historical awareness and provides practical applications of historical knowledge. It covers the built environment and focuses on the history, processes and legal basis of the historic preservation movement.
This course examines the complex causes and lasting effects of the American Civil War. Issues such as slavery, sectionalism, emancipation and Reconstruction will receive attention.