Regional NMU Courses

HS 382 Historical Role Playing (2 credits)

Offered: Winter

Prerequisite: HS 126 and HS 127 highly recommended.

Required for Michigan Bureau of History living history role players. Study of role playing in America with special concentration on a specific site such as Fort Wilkins State Park, Fayette State Park or other parks. Students study the philosophy of role playing, the role of park interpretation and the social history of the period.

Note: May be repeated for credit if the site differs.

HS 335 Michigan History (4 cr)    

Offered: Winter, Summer

Prerequisite: Completion of a 100 or 200 level history course.

Survey of state developments from the coming of the Europeans to the present. Emphasis is on its regional and national context.

HS 481 Oral History (1 cr)

Offered: On demand

Prerequisite: Junior standing or instructor's permission.

Study of the history, techniques and application of interviewing individuals for historical purposes.

Note: May be taken only once.

HS 336 History of the Upper Peninsula (4 cr)

Offered: Contact department for information

Prerequisite: Completion of a 100 or 200 level history course.

Survey of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula from its Indian origins to the present.