HIST425

American Foreign Policy 20th Century

Military History & History College of Graduate & Continuing Studies

Subject Code

HIST

Number

425

Title

AmericanForeignPolicy 20thCent

Description

An understanding of the rise of America as a global power in the twentieth century. Topics include the strategic elements of American foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere, American neutrality and subsequent involvement in World War I and II, and challenges faced by the United States during and after the Cold War. Examines the diplomatic, political and military aspects that determined the foreign policy of the United States as it has participated in and shaped world history. Through discussions, readings and research assignments, students have the opportunity to think critically about the major foreign policy issues of the time period.

3

Maximum Variable Credits

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Repeatable

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Number of Course Repeats When Repeatable

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Max Credits Repeatable

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Department or School

College

College of Graduate & Continuing Studies