Constitutional Democracy

Course Name Course Title Category Properties
CNST_DEM 2004 Topics in Constitutional Democracy – Social Science
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2100 The Revolutionary Transformation of Early America
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2100H The Revolutionary Transformation of Early America – Honors
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2120 The Young Republic
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2120H The Young Republic – Honors
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2150 The American Civil War: A Global History
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2210 Twentieth Century America
  • SSCI
  • MSLR
CNST_DEM 2425 Race and the American Story
  • HUM
CNST_DEM 2445 American Constitutional Democracy
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2450 The Intellectual World of the American Founders
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2450H The Intellectual World of the American Founders – Honors
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2455 Constitutional Debates
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2455H Constitutional Debates – Honors
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2570 The First World War and its Aftermath
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 2800 Liberty, Justice and the Common Good
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4000 Age of Jefferson
  • SSCI
  • MSLR
CNST_DEM 4040 Slavery and the Crisis of the Union: The American Civil War Era
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4075 Global History in Oxford
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4080 American Foreign Policy from Colonial Times to 1898
  • HUM
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4100 American Cultural and Intellectual History to 1865
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4231 Constitutional Litigation
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4400 History of American Law
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4800 Political Thought in Classical and Christian Antiquity
  • HUM
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4810 Modern Political Theory
  • SSCI
CNST_DEM 4830 Democracy in America (and Elsewhere)
  • SSCI
  1. Only one of this type of Humanities and/or Fine Arts courses may be applied towards meeting the Humanities and/or Fine Arts General Education Distribution of Content requirement.
  2. Students subject to the General Education requirements in the 2019 Fall catalog and later editions: This course counts towards fulfillment of the Humanities and/or Fine Arts Distribution of Content requirement.
    Students subject to the General Education requirements in a catalog version earlier than 2019 Fall: Only students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, HES, and Nursing may use this course towards fulfillment of the Humanities and/or Fine Arts Distribution of Content requirement, and only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed. This course may NOT be used to fulfill the Humanities and/or Fine Arts Distribution of Content requirement in A&S, Business, Education, Journalism and Social Work.
  3. Required for students subject to the General Education requirements in a catalog version earlier than 2019 Fall only.