TO: Beth Dobkin, Provost from: Hisham Ahmed, Chair Academic Senate date



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Renumbering our European history sequence


The History department has three chronologies in its course offerings in European history:

1) Ancient and Medieval Europe; 2) Early Modern Europe; and 3) Modern Europe.


Currently the entire sequence resides in the numerals 110-119. Since we added two new courses to the curriculum, approved by your committee in the last 18 months, we find ourselves in the curious position of having run out of numbers, as the department explained to this committee upon your approval of History 125. This committee approved our renumbering of courses, but subsequently rejected our process to do so, requesting proposals for each change, which is what we are doing now.
In order for us to fit the additional courses and have room to grow, we ask that you approve the addition of a 120-129 sequence. That means the following: that the 110-119 sequence be reserved for Ancient and Medieval Europe; and the 120-129 sequence be used for the Early Modern and Modern Europe. The logic behind the proposal is purely chronological.


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