The Global History Graduate Certificate provides CU Denver graduate students and the wider community the opportunity to explore topics in Global History while simultaneously learning professional skills in historical research and historical dissemination. This Certificate is designed for students interested in pursuing a graduate-level education in Global History and for professionals seeking accreditation and/or promotion in the fields of education, museums, historic preservation, government, law, and the arts.
The certificate can stand on its own or it can serve as a stepping stone to a Master's Degree in History.
Upon successful completion of the certificate, students will:
- Be able to pursue independent historical research projects
- Be able to analyze debates among historians
- Be able to analyze historical documents and develop arguments from them
- This program has one on-campus requirement and the remainder of the certificate can be completed on campus or online.
Declaring This Certificate
- Applicants must have a B.A. or B.S. degree.
- Interested students must register their intent to complete the certificate with the History Department Graduate Advisor, Ryan Crewe (Ryan.Crewe@ucdenver.edu). Students already enrolled in a graduate program at CU Denver can begin their certificate work at any point during their studies. Non-degree students must apply to the university as a non-degree seeking student.
Graduate School Policies and Procedures apply to this program
- Students must complete a minimum of 12 HIST credit hours.
- Students must complete all HIST credit hours at the graduate level (5000 and above).
- Students must earn a minimum grade of B- (2.7) in all courses taken at CU Denver and must achieve a minimum cumulative major GPA of 3.0. All graded attempts in required and elective courses are calculated in the major GPA.
- All credits for the certificate must be completed with CU Denver faculty.
|Take all of the following||6|
|HIST 6013||Introduction to the Professional Study of History||3|
|HIST 6931||Readings: Special Subjects in History||3|
|or HIST 6989||Seminar: Special Subjects in History|
|Take two of the following||6|
|HIST 5027||Enlightenment and Revolution||3|
|HIST 5028||Nations and Classes: 19th Century Europe||3|
|HIST 5029||Age of Anxiety in Europe||3|
|HIST 5030||Europe During the World Wars||3|
|HIST 5032||Globalization in World History Since 1945||3|
|HIST 5035||Crisis and Transformation: Europe's 20th Century||3|
|HIST 5046||Victorians and Victorianism||3|
|HIST 5051||Britain and The Empire||3|
|HIST 5055||The Atlantic Slave Trade: Africa, Caribbean and U.S.||3|
|HIST 5062||Modern France: 1789 to the Present||3|
|HIST 5071||Modern Germany||3|
|HIST 5074||Post-War Germany||3|
|HIST 5075||Travel Stories and Origins of Cultural Anthropology||3|
|HIST 5076||History of Modern Science||3|
|HIST 5083||Russia Since 1917||3|
|HIST 5260||Introduction to Digital Studies||3|
|HIST 5412||Mexico and the United States: People and Politics on the Border||3|
|HIST 5421||Modern China||3|
|HIST 5455||African Struggle for Independence||3|
|HIST 5461||The Modern Middle East||3|
|HIST 5462||Islam in Modern History||3|
|HIST 5475||The Vietnam War||3|
|HIST 5490||Weapons of Mass Destruction||3|
|HIST 5621||Explorers and Exploration||3|
|HIST 5622||Oceans In History||3|
To learn more about the Student Learning Outcomes for this program, please visit our website.