All Courses

All Courses

  • 201: IH Theories and Approaches -- Designed for first semester graduate students, explores multidisciplinary perspectives on a thematic topic with broad implications for the humanities, e.g. the study of culture, human social organization, cultural production, and sources of conflict. Specific themes, readings, and assignments will vary based on instructor interests.
  • 202: Study Plan Design -- Guides graduate students through the identification of an area of humanities research specialization and the completion of a Study Plan.
  • 203: Pedagogy in IH -- Designed to guide graduate students through a “teaching as research” paradigm, culminating in a teaching philosophy statement for humanities instruction. In addition, it is a practice and assessment course that provides graduate students with an applied experience with “teaching as research,” resulting in a set of teaching plans for humanities instruction.
  • 205: Humanities in the World -- Teaches students about socially engaged scholarship.
  • 206: Methods and Research in IH -- Intended to instruct students in a specialized set of methods and research skills that will directly inform and benefit their own research.
  • 210 Readings in IH: Past Worlds -- Offers a cross-disciplinary perspective on a thematic topic with broad implications for the humanities, taking the perspective of the study of culture, human social organization, cultural projection, and sources of conflict in the past.
  • 220: Readings in IH: Social and Spatial Dynamics -- Offers a cross-disciplinary perspective on a thematic topic with broad implications for the humanities, taking the perspective of the study of culture, human social organization, cultural projection, and sources of conflict as manifested in social or spatial dynamics.
  • 230: Readings in IH: Expressive and Imaginative Works -- Offers a cross-disciplinary perspective on a thematic topic with broad implications for the humanities, taking the perspective of the study of culture, human social organization, cultural projection, and sources of conflict as reflected in the production, reception or content of expressive and imaginative works.
  • 291: Seminar Series in the Humanities -- Attendance and participation in a seminar series offered by the Humanities Center or another campus research institute.
  • 294: Individualized Study in Pedagogy -- Supervised pedagogy research.
  • 295: Graduate Research -- Supervised research.
  • 296: Research for M.A. Thesis -- Research and writing for M.A. thesis.
  • 297: Research for Ph.D. Dissertation -- Research and writing of Ph.D. dissertation.
  • 298: Directed Group Study -- Group project under faculty supervision.
  • 299: Directed Independent Study -- Independent project under faculty supervision.

Graduate Division

Graduate Admissions:
Phone: (209) 228-4723
 
Graduate Funding:
Phone: (209) 228-4622
 
General Inquiries:
Phone: (209) 228-4723
Fax: (209) 228-6906
 
Mailing Address:
University of California, Merced
ATTN: Graduate Division
5200 N. Lake Road, SSB 310
Merced, CA 95343

 

Graduate Group

Graduate Group Chair: Arturo Arias
 
Graduate Group Coordinator: Mitch Ylarregui
Phone: (209) 228-4105
 

Additional Resources

Graduate Student Services
Graduate Peer Mentor Program
Writing Services
Grad Student Association
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