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HIST 104 - 19th Century American History

Cayuga / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
A survey of the basic narrative of the growth and development of the America in the 19th century from Jeffersonian America through U.S. Imperialism. Economic, political, religious and social developments (with sensitivity to American unity and diversity) will be central to the 19th century narrative. The course will also include military history (including the War of 1812, Mexican American War, the Civil War, and the Spanish American War). The course will also examine the developing relationship between the United States and the international community. While the major focus of the course is on nineteenth century history, the course will extend into the 18th century in order to provide insight into root of themes examined in the course of the study (historical continuity). Click here for full section info.
Section: 701
3
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HIST 105 - America in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Cayuga / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
A survey of the basic narrative of the growth and development of modern America. With sensitivity to issues of unity and diversity, the course will examine the cultural, social, economic, and political developments of America in the 20th and 21st centuries. Special emphasis will be placed on the expanded role America has played on the international stage. While the major focus of the course is on the 20th and 21st centuries century history, the course will extend into the 19th century in order to provide insight into the root of themes examined in the course of the study (historical continuity). Click here for full section info.
Section: 701
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PSC 102 - Introduction to American Government and Politics

Buffalo State | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
Historical development of American government and politics. Conceptual studies of the key transformative phases of institutions (U.S. Constitution, federalism, Congress, the courts, the presidency), politics (political parties, interest groups, media, social movements), political economy (regulation, federal bureaucracy) and political culture (citizenship and identity, public opinion, political behavior).
Section: 1094
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POL 100 - Introduction to American Government and Politics

Cortland / University College | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
Basic structures and functions of the American political system, including the Constitution, presidency, Congress, courts, bureaucracy, political parties, public opinion, elections, interest groups, media and public policy. Also examines who has power.
Section: 020
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HIS 202 - American History II

Rockland / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 2019 — 
Section: 020S
4
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AS 2112 - American People I

Old Westbury / University College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 2019 — 
History of the American people to 1877 which emphasizes the experience of "ordinary" people, as well as contributions of elites. Topics include: the American Revolution and The Constitution, the origins of development of slavery, the development of Northern capitalism, territorial expansion and the displacement of Native-Americans, and the conflicts which led to the Civil War. Novels and films supplement more traditional texts.
Section: NE1
3
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SS 121 - American History to 1865

Herkimer County / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 2019 — 
Section: VM
3
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SS 141 - American Government

Herkimer County / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 2019 — 
Section: VM
3
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HIS 106 - American History in the 19th Century

Onondaga / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 2019 — 
A continuation of HIS 105, covering American history from the early National period through the 19th century.
Section: 301W
3
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HIS 111 - US History I to 1865

Monroe / Community College | Winter 2018-19
January 2, 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