HIS 471 - ECCE:Pacific War:WW II in Asia
This class takes its theme the different ways in which inhabitants of countries bordering the Pacific, particularly China, Japan, Korea, and the United States, experienced World War II in different ways. It also explores how the Second World War became one of the defining elements in understanding relations between these countries today. Themes such as total war, colonialism, race, and memory will be covered. Course Information: This course fulfills an Engaged Citizenship Common Experience requirement at UIS in the area of Global Awareness. Same as CAP 355.
Requires Departmental Approval. Contact HIS@uis.edu.
Academic Program Restrictions:
BA:Online English -UIS BA:Online History -UIS BA:Online Liberal Studies -UIS BA:Online Mathematical Sci-UIS BA:Online Philosophy -UIS BA:Online Political Sci -UIS BBA:Online Bus Admin Mgmt -UIS BBA:Online Business Admin -UIS BS:Online Computer Science-UIS BS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys - UIS NDEG:Online Teach Ed-Sec -UIS BA:Online Economics -UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate