Course Descriptions

The Course Descriptions catalog describes all undergraduate and graduate courses offered by Michigan State University. The searches below only return course versions Fall 2000 and forward. Please refer to the Archived Course Descriptions for versions prior to Fall 2000.

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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Description:
Major issues in development of US society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Description:
Major issues in development of US society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Description:
Major issues in development of US society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Description:
Major issues in development of U.S. society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Semester:
Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 4   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 4
Prerequisite:
Completion of Tier I writing requirement.
Recommended Background:
Concurrent registration in AL 201 (Writing Tutorial) required for students receiving 1.0 or 1.5 in Tier I writing course.
Description:
Major issues in development of U.S. society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Semester:
Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 4   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 4
Prerequisite:
Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement
Description:
Major issues in development of U.S. society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Semester:
Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 4   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 4
Prerequisite:
Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement
Description:
Major issues in development of U.S. society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
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IAH 201  United States and the World (D)

Semester:
Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 4   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 4
Prerequisite:
(WRA 1004) or designated score on English Placement test
Recommended Background:
Completion of Tier I Writing Requirement
Description:
Major issues in development of U.S. society and culture, presented in international and comparative context. Influences from native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. Organized historically, with thematic emphasis on literature and the arts.
Effective Dates:
- Open