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Important Update:

The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Geography Courses

Courses usually offered every semester

  • *GEO 2303 Regional Geography of the World
  • A minimum of one upper level 3000/4000 level geography course

Courses usually offered every 3rd SEMESTER:

  • *GEO 1204 Physical Geography with Laboratory
  • GEO 1403 Human Geography
  • GEO 4893 Geographic Thought and Research

Regional Core Courses: 1-3 of the following usually offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • GEO 3123 Geography of Europe
  • GEO 3143 Geography of Latin America
  • GEO 3153 Geography of Middle East and North Africa
  • GEO 3163 Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • GEO 3183 Geography of South Asia
  • *GEO 3203 Geography of North America
  • *GEO 3303 Geography of Russia and Central Asia
  • *GEO 3803 Geography of Oklahoma
  • GEO 4940 Field Study in Geography
  • GEO 4970 Study tour in Geography

 Topical Core Course: 1-3 of the following usually offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • *GEO 2403 Weather and Climate
  • GEO 3103 Map Analysis and Cartography
  • GEO 3253 Introduction to Environmental Biogeography
  • GEO 3233 Severe Weather and Hazard Mitigation
  • *GEO 3323 Intro to American Indian Studies
  • *GEO 3703 Environmental Conservation
  • *GEO 4013 Economic Geography
  • GEO 4113 Geographic Information Systems
  • *GEO 4133 American Indian Geographies
  • GEO 4413 Geography of Migration
  • *GEO 4513 Historical Geography of North America
  • GEO 4603 Urban Geography
  • GEO 4613 World Geopolitical Hot Spots
  • GEO 4733 Advanced GIS: Socio-Urban
  • GEO 4743 Advanced GIS: Environmental
  • GEO 4811 Geographic Current Affairs
  • GEO 4910 Seminar in Geography
  • GEO 4950 Study Tour in Geography

INTERNSHIPS: Geography

Dr. Michelle Brym and Dr. Brad Watkins are coordinators for Geography internships: Students must enroll in internships no later than the Friday of the first week of classes for fall and spring semesters and the Wednesday of the first week of classes for summer semesters. GEO 4950 Internships by arranged enrollment.

Contact your Internship Coordinator with questions. Internship requirements:

  1. Requires permission.
  2. Be sure and check with internship coordinator about enrollment, requirements
  3. Students seeking internships must have junior or senior standing and have completed at least 15 hours at UCO and meet major-specific criteria.

History Courses

Courses offered in FALL, SPRING, and SUMMER:

  • *HIST 1483 History of the US to 1877
  • *HIST 1493 History of the US since 1877

Courses usually offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • HIST 1013 World History I
  • *HIST 1023 World History II
  • *HIST 1103 Early Western Civilization to 1350
  • *HIST 1203 Europe-Renaissance to Waterloo
  • *HIST 1263 Modern Europe
  • *HIST 1483 History of U.S. to 1877
  • *HIST 1493 History of U.S. since 1877
  • HIST 3113 Historical Research
  • HIST 4980 History Capstone Seminar

Courses usually offered in FALL or SPRING:

  • HIST 1003 History of Globalization
  • HIST 1333 African Americas
  • *HIST 3303 Oklahoma History 

Courses usually offered in FALL only:

  • HIST 1273 East Asian Civilization to 1500
  • HIST 4323 U.S. Military History since 1900
  • HIST 4613 Museum Management

Courses usually offered in SPRING only:

  • HIST 1283 East Asian Civilization from 1500
  • HIST 4313 U.S. Military History since 1917
  • HIST 4623 Museum Theory and Practice
  • HIST 4803 Social Studies Methods

Intermediate History (2000) courses: at least 1-2 courses offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • HIST 2000 Topics in History
  • HIST 2033 American Indian History
  • HIST 2113 Historical Research Methods
  • HIST 2313 Introduction to Gender Studies
  • HIST 2343 Introduction to Archaeology
  • HIST 2413 Introduction to Sustainability
  • HIST 2513 Introduction to Islam

Advanced History (3000) courses: at least 2-4 courses offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • HIST 3000 Workshop in History
  • HIST 3123 Race, Class, Gender
  • HIST 3133 Colonial America and the Atlantic World
  • HIST 3143 19th Century America in the World            
  • HIST 3213 World War II
  • HIST 3223 Recent U.S. Constitutional History
  • HIST 3233 U.S. Women’s History
  • HIST 3253 History of the American City
  • HIST 3313 England to 1689
  • HIST 3323 England since 1689
  • HIST 3383 The Middle Ages
  • HIST 3423 Women’s History: European
  • HIST 3431 Contemporary Affairs
  • HIST 3483 Absolutism & Enlightenment in Europe
  • HIST 3533 Islamic History, 600-1800
  • HIST 3583 Europe, 1815-1871
  • HIST 3703 Modern World Leaders
  • HIST 3723 American Environmental History
  • HIST 3743 Global Environmental History
  • HIST 3833 History of Oil
  • HIST 3990 Advanced Topics in History

Advanced History (4000) courses: at least 8-10 courses offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • HIST 4103 Europe, 1919 to 1945
  • HIST 4123 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • HIST 4133 Europe since 1945
  • HIST 4153 History of Latin America
  • HIST 4163 20th Century America in the World
  • HIST 4203 American Diplomatic History to 1900
  • HIST 4213 American Diplomatic History – 20th Century
  • HIST 4233 Maya, Aztec, and Inca Civilizations
  • HIST 4253 Black Power
  • HIST 4283 History of Sex in the Americas
  • HIST 4303 Indians of the Southwest
  • HIST 4333 Russian History To 1917
  • HIST 4343 Russian History Since 1917
  • HIST 4353 Women’s History: International
  • HIST 4413 American Indian Women’s History
  • HIST 4423 Women in the American West
  • HIST 4433 American Colonial Period, 1492-1763
  • HIST 4443 History of the Cold War in Asia
  • HIST 4453 Women’s History: China
  • HIST 4463 U.S.-East Asian Relations-20th Century
  • *HIST 4513 History of Mexico
  • HIST 4533 American Revolution & Early Nationalism, 1763-1815
  • HIST 4553 Jacksonian America, 1815-1848
  • HIST 4563 Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 4571 The New York Times
  • HIST 4583 History of American Technology
  • HIST 4603 Gilded Age/ Progressive Era, 1876-1919
  • HIST 4633 History of US, 1919-1945
  • HIST 4643 Anthropology: Societies/Global Perspective
  • HIST 4653 Tudor-Stuart England
  • HIST 4663 French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIST 4713 Modern Middle East
  • HIST 4723 The Trans-Mississippi West
  • HIST 4743 Modern China and Japan
  • HIST 4753 Atlantic Slavery
  • HIST 4763 Black Intellectual History
  • HIST 4773 Modern German History
  • HIST 4783 History of Ancient Greece
  • HIST 4793 History of Ancient Rome
  • *HIST 4823 Social & Cultural History of U.S. to 1865
  • *HIST 4833 Social & Cultural History since 1865
  • HIST 4843 Major Interpretations of American History
  • HIST 4853 African American Experience
  • HIST 4863 History of Modern Southeast Asia
  • *HIST 4873 History of US, 1945 To Present
  • HIST 4883 The Reformation, 1500-1648
  • HIST 4893 Europe, 1871-1919
  • HIST 4900 Practicum in History
  • HIST 4910 Seminar in History
  • HIST 4920 Workshop in History
  • HIST 4930 Individual Study in History
  • HIST 4940 Field Study in History
  • HIST 4950 Internship in History
  • HIST 4960 Institute in History
  • HIST 4970 Study Tour in History (study tour destinations vary each summer)

INTERNSHIPS: Museum Studies

Dr. Mark Janzen and Heidi Vaughn are coordinators for Museum Studies internships: Students must enroll in internships no later than the Friday of the first week of classes for fall and spring semesters and the Wednesday of the first week of classes for summer semesters. HIST 4950 Internships by arranged enrollment.

Contact your Internship Coordinator with questions. Internship requirements:

  1. Requires permission.
  2. Be sure and check with internship coordinator about enrollment.
  3. Students seeking internships must have junior or senior standing and have completed at least 15 hours at UCO and meet major-specific criteria.

Graduate History Courses

Courses usually offered in FALL and SPRING:

  • HIST 5023 Graduate Colloquium
  • HIST 5033 Graduate Readings
  • HIST 5043 Graduate Research

Courses usually offered in FALL only:

  • HIST 5013 Historiography
  • HIST 4323 U.S. Military History since 1900
  • HIST 4613 Museum Management

Courses usually offered in SPRING only:

  • HIST 5313 U.S. Military History since 1917
  • HIST 5623 Museum Theory and Practice

At least 8-10 courses offered each semester:

  • HIST 5000 Workshop in History
  • HIST 5103 Europe, 1919 to 1945
  • HIST 5113 American Diplomatic History – 20th Century
  • HIST 5123 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • HIST 5153 History of Latin America
  • HIST 5203 American Diplomatic History to 1900
  • HIST 5213 Introduction to Historic Preservation
  • HIST 5233 Maya, Aztec, and Inca Civilizations
  • HIST 5253 Black Power
  • HIST 5263 The American Southwest
  • HIST 5303 Weimar and Nazi Germany
  • HIST 5333 Russian History To 1917
  • HIST 5343 Russian History Since 1917
  • HIST 5353 Women’s History: International
  • HIST 5303 Indians of the Southwest
  • HIST 5413 American Indian Women’s History
  • HIST 5423 Women in the American West
  • HIST 5433 American Colonial Period, 1492-1763
  • HIST 5443 American Revolution & Early Nationalism, 1763-1815
  • HIST 5453 Women’s History: China
  • HIST 5502 Critical & Analytical Study of History
  • *HIST 5513 History of Mexico
  • HIST 5553 Jacksonian America, 1815-1848
  • HIST 5563 Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 5583 History of American Technology
  • HIST 5603 Gilded Age/ Progressive Era, 1876-1919
  • HIST 5613 Americans in World War II
  • HIST 5633 History of US, 1919-1945
  • HIST 5643 Anthropology: Societies/Global Perspective
  • HIST 5653 Tudor-Stuart England
  • HIST 5663 French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIST 5683 Victorian Great Britain
  • HIST 5713 Modern Middle East
  • HIST 5723 The Trans-Mississippi West
  • HIST 5743 Modern China and Japan
  • HIST 5753 Atlantic Slavery
  • HIST 5763 Black Intellectual History
  • HIST 5773 Modern German History
  • *HIST 5823 Social & Cultural History of U.S. to 1865
  • *HIST 5833 Social & Cultural History since 1865
  • HIST 5843 Major Interpretations of American History
  • HIST 5863 History of Modern Southeast Asia
  • *HIST 5873 History of US, 1945 To Present
  • HIST 5883 The Reformation, 1500-1648
  • HIST 5893 Europe, 1871-1919
  • HIST 5900 Practicum in History
  • HIST 5910 Seminar/Special Topics
  • HIST 5920 Directed Reading in History
  • HIST 5930 Individual Study in History
  • HIST 5940 Field Study in History
  • HIST 5950 Internship in History
  • HIST 5960 Institute in History
  • HIST 5970 Study Tour in History (study tour destinations vary each summer)
  • HIST 5990 Thesis

* = denotes a course that is available in some semesters as an online course.