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1000 HST

The study of history provides a historical perspective which contributes to an understanding of the economic (E), social (S), political (P), intellectual (I) and technological (T) factors which affect human behavior as well as the historical interpretation (H) which explains that behavior. Students may identify these central course themes by noting the explanatory caption, e.g. (ESPI). All lower level courses focus on the principal economic, social, political and intellectual problems in particular historical eras. Similarly, courses which emphasize a multinational or global perspective are noted by the caption (GP).