Modern War and Society—Interdisciplinary Minor

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Modern War and Society—Interdisciplinary Minor

Modern War and Society, an interdisciplinary minor that requires 18 credits, provides a broad gauged perspective on a vital contemporary issue. The nature of human conflict, international power relations, the battlefield in various contexts, the literature of war, and myriad sub-topics make up the substance of the program. The Departments of English, History and Political Science offer an array of 17 mostly upper-level courses. Students must meet the following requirements:

A. HST 355 Modern War, 1740–1939

B. Five electives which must include courses from at least two departments and at least one 400-level offering from the following:

  • ENL 495 Literature of the Holocaust
  • HST 327 American Military Experience
  • HST 351 Nazi Germany
  • HST 356 War Since 1945
  • HST 362 World War II
  • HST 417 The American Revolution
  • HST 419 The Civil War Era, 1848–1877
  • HST 441 World War I
  • PLS 111 World Politics
  • PLS 333 American Foreign Policy
  • PLS 448 Leadership

For further information, contact Dr. Arden Bucholz, Department of History, 130 Faculty Office Building, (585) 395-2377.


Last Updated 7/21/22