HI: HISTORY

    HI 101 102 History of Civilization 1 & 2. A survey of ancient, medieval, and modern history, from the advent of written records to the present. Emphasis on the Western world, with appropriate coverage of non-Western cultures. The course focus is on the religious, political, economic, social, intellectual, and aesthetic aspects of human culture in history as seen from a Christian perspective. HI 102 will emphasize the rise and influence of modern philosophies on nations or states: from the beginning to A.D. 1500 HI 102, A.D. 1500 present. First semester, HI 101; second semester, HI 102. Three credit hours.

    HI 201 United States History. A survey of the beginning to modern history of the United States. The formation from English colonies; separation from the mother country and establishment of a Republic. Origins and adoption of the Constitution, and its subsequent interpretation. Development of the nation through growth, sectional difference, Civil War, Reconstruction, to a twentieth century world power. Second semester, three credit hours.

    HI 301 Northern Marianas History. A survey of ancient to modern history of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana's Islands (CNMI). The course focus is on the twentieth century historic events as they relate to the development of the present-day CNMI. First semester, three credit hours.

    HI 303 History of China since 1900. The course focus is on the twentieth century historic events as they relate to the development of present-day China. The Chinese civil war is emphasized, and the political, religious, and cultural relationships are viewed in relation to present-day China. First semester, three credit hours.

    HI 315 History of Christianity 1. See BI 315. First semester, three credit hours.

    HI 316 History of Christianity 2. See BI 316. Second semester, three credit hours.

    HI 324 History of Christian Thought. See BI 324. Second semester, three credit hours.

    HI 425 History of Doctrine. See BI 425. Three credit hours.