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HIS 150 - American History to 1877

Jefferson / Community College | Fall 2019
August 26, 2019 — 
This course provides a survey of the major social, economic, political, cultural, and intellectual dynamics that have shaped the American experience through Reconstruction. It is recommended that students take this course only after completing any required noncredit coursework in reading (CLS).
Section: 10
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HIS 101 - United States History 1

Orange County / Community College | Fall 2019
August 26, 2019 — 
A study of the political, intellectual, economic and cultural development of the United States from earliest colonial settlements to the Civil War. Topics include the Puritan mind, regional cultural patterns, the evolution of constitutional law, the struggle for independence, the Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian perspectives, expansion, slavery, and the Civil War.
Section: DL
3
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HIS 102 - United States History 2

Orange County / Community College | Fall 2019
August 26, 2019 — 
Course surveys the Reconstruction Era within the context of the 13, 14, and 15 Amendments, their impacts and interpretations. An examination of the issues inherent in the change from an agrarian to an industrial society, the course focuses on dislocations in rural America, the rise of cities, immigration, and the labor movement. An assessment of twentieth century U.S. participation in world events, and the balance of power between the superpowers and Third World nations are included.
Section: DL
3
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HIS 1540 - US History Since 1865

Jamestown / Community College | Fall 2019
August 26, 2019 — 
Students will examine the history of the United States from the conclusion of the Civil War to the present. Using the methodology of the social sciences, students will learn and evaluate the major political, social, cultural, scientific-technological, economic, and natural developments that have shaped the recent American experience. Students will give special attention to the unique contributions made by diverse peoples and institutions, and will better understand the responsibilities of educated citizens today. Corequisite/Prerequisite: ENG 1510. It is not necessary to take HIS 1530 before HIS 1540. HIS courses are reading and writing intensive.
Section: 0
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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W1
3
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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W2
3
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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W3
3
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ECON 105 - Survey Of American Economic History

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Fundamental tools of economics will be used to explain important events and issues in the history of the United States. Topics to be surveyed include the United States growth and transformation into an industrialized nation, development and transitions in American labor, consumers and culture, the rise of corporate America, changes in the role of government, economic regulations, monetary and fiscal policy, the origins of major institutions and their economic impact, and increased global awareness.
Section: 0W1
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HIST 103 - Us History To 1865

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course deals with the leading aspects of American history from the pre-colonial era through the end of the Civil War. Attention is given to political institutions, diplomatic initiatives and constitutional questions, as well as broader economic, social, cultural, religious, and intellectual trends. This course also focuses on what is unique in the American historical experience, and relates American history to the global context.
Section: 0W1
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HIST 103 - Us History To 1865

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course deals with the leading aspects of American history from the pre-colonial era through the end of the Civil War. Attention is given to political institutions, diplomatic initiatives and constitutional questions, as well as broader economic, social, cultural, religious, and intellectual trends. This course also focuses on what is unique in the American historical experience, and relates American history to the global context.
Section: 0W2