HIS 317L - Women in United States History
|Course Number||Course Title||Day & Time||Course Fee||Register|
|HIS 317L||Women in United States History||Online||$850.00|
This course combines a general, narrative account of women's history in the United States with a closer focus on representative and famous women at key points in history. Important aspects addressed include women's roles in the American Revolution, the rise of the concept of separate spheres for women and men in the nineteenth century, and manifestations of modern feminism since World War II.
This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in person at an approved testing center (learn more). Proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee.
Graded Assessments and Learning Modules
- 6 learning modules
- 14 assignments
- 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
Textbook(s) and Materials
- Riley, Glenda. Inventing the American Woman: An Inclusive History, Vol. I. 4th ed. Wheeling, IL: Harlan Davidson Company, 2007.
- Riley, Glenda. Inventing the American Woman: An Inclusive History, Vol. II. 4th ed. Wheeling, IL: Harlan Davidson Company, 2007.
- Scharf, Lois. Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of American Liberalism. Twayne Publishers, 1987.
- Zagarri, Rosemarie. A Woman's Dilemma: Mercy Otis Warren and the American Revolution. Wheeling, IL: Harlan Davidson Company, 1995.
May be repeated for credit when the topics vary. Partially fulfills legislative requirement for American history. May be counted towards the cultural diversity flag requirement.
Students should contact the University Extension advisor with any questions about prerequisites or placement in our courses. All students should contact their academic advisor with any questions about how this course fulfills their degree requirements.