HTY 442: The United States and Vietnam: A History
Instructor: Professor Ngo Vinh Long
Days/Time: MWF 2:10-3:00 p.m.
Course number: 46985
Description: Focuses on key periods in the historical development of the United States and Vietnam and trace the history of their relations since the beginning of World War II. The economic, social, political, ideological, and cultural origins of the conflict, the conduct of the war and the aftermath in Vietnam, East Asia, and the United States will be examined.
Prerequisites: HTY 103 or HTY 104 or HTY 107 or HTY 108 or permission.
General Education Requirements: Satisfies the Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives and Social Contexts and Institutions requirements.