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HI 260 - History of American Women

Erie / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This course is a social history of the role of women in America from the colonial times to the present. Focus will be on women at work, with their families, and in public life. An attempt will be made to include all women but time constraints will limit both the breadth and depth of the study. Reading and writing skills are essential for this course. Students will gain a basic understanding of American history.
Section: IC1
3
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HIS 227 - American History To 1877

Schenectady County / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This course introduces students to American history from the pre-Columbian period to Reconstruction. It covers political, economical, social, and cultural forces that have shaped the evolving American nation and its interactions with the world during this time.
Section: 71
3
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HIS 101 - United States History 1

Orange County / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 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 | Spring 2019
January 22, 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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POL 103 - U.S. Government - National

Orange County / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
A survey of the U.S. political system at the national level including treatment of the historical background, central concepts and revisions of the constitutional framework, examination of the presidency, congress, federal bureaucracy, judicial structure and process, political parties, interest groups, the media, and current public issues.
Section: DL
3
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HIS 103 - American History I

Ulster County / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This survey course traces the development of American civilization from the colonial era through Reconstruction.
Section: S01
3
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HIS 111 - US History I to 1865

Monroe / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This course is designated as Writing Intensive. A survey of the origin of the clash between the colonies and Great Britain, the framing of the Constitution, Jacksonian Democracy and its influence on the American character, the slavery issue, the growth of industry and territorial expansion.
Section: SL1
3
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HIS 112 - History of the United States Since 1865

Monroe / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This course is designated as Writing Intensive. A survey of the reconstruction of the nation after the Civil War, the rise of industrial and urban dominance, the struggles affecting agriculture, industry and labor, the growth of the American empire, and the increasing role of government in American life.
Section: SL1
3
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HIS 211 - History of Sport in the United States

Monroe / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
This course is designated as Writing Intensive. A survey of sport from its earliest Native American, African and European roots to the sport and games-oriented contemporary society. Professional, amateur and intercollegiate sports for men and women, and the Olympic Games movement are examined in detail.
Section: SL1
3
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HSM 103 - Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Terrorism and Homeland Security

Monroe / Community College | Spring 2019
January 22, 2019 — 
Terrorism and defending against it are not modern concepts. In fact, terrorism has its roots in America back to the Revolutionary War. This course is about understanding terrorism, counter-terrorism, violence, and how they have impacted America. Students will learn about historical examples of terrorism beginning with the Revolutionary War and extending through the post 9/11 period. Course content will include coverage of various terrorist events at home and abroad, America's governmental response, its impact to public and private sectors and individuals. Students will also learn about how past and current experiences with terrorism are defining future strategies.
Section: SL1