World War II in History and Memory

World War II in History and Memory
Explores the causes, flow, and the global significance of the Second World War, emphasizing U.S. experiences in the European and Pacific theatres. Fosters the skills necessary to analyze the war through the perspectives of military and political figures, the "Greatest Generation," and voices beyond the battlefields.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 NoteOffered by BYU Independent Study; enroll anytime throughout the year; one year to complete; additional tuition required; register at is.byu.edu.
 ProgramsContaining HIST 293
Course Outcomes: 

Historical Knowledge of Global Conflict of 1939 to 1945

Students will be able to explain and analyze the history and memory of the global conflict of 1939 to 1945.

Research Literature

Students will be able to analyze and interpret primary and secondary source documents.

Critical Analysis

Students will be able to interpret and discuss the meanings and history and memory.

Critical Interpretation

Students will be able to formulate historical arguments based on primary sources and place them in a historiographical context.