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HIS 106 - America Today

Nassau / Community College | Fall 2020
September 1, 2020 — 
This course deals with America in the nuclear age, its recovery from World War II and its growing domination of the Western world. The course covers the dramatic changes in American society at home and its entanglements abroad in an effort to contain Russian and Chinese power. Domestic transformation of the Kennedy-Johnson period, the upheaval of Watergate, the Reagan "revolution", and contemporary issues in American life conclude the course.
Section: OLA
3
credits

HIS 106 - America Today

Nassau / Community College | Fall 2020
September 1, 2020 — 
This course deals with America in the nuclear age, its recovery from World War II and its growing domination of the Western world. The course covers the dramatic changes in American society at home and its entanglements abroad in an effort to contain Russian and Chinese power. Domestic transformation of the Kennedy-Johnson period, the upheaval of Watergate, the Reagan "revolution", and contemporary issues in American life conclude the course.
Section: OLB
3
credits

HIS 130 - Race and Ethnicity in America

Nassau / Community College | Fall 2020
September 1, 2020 — 
An exploration of American history through the eyes, ears and emotions of its immigrants - the experiences of Italians and Jews, Irish and Germans, Chinese and Mexicans, and others. Common problems of adjustment, acceptance and assimilation faced by these groups teach us about America. Guest speakers, films and tapes are utilized throughout the course to probe the meaning and bring to life the history of ethnic groups in America.
Section: OLA
3
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HIS 295 - American Frontier

Niagara County / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Click here to read the course description on the college's website. Select the term from the drop down list and click on the submit button. All NCCC online and hybrid courses are run on the NCCC Blackboard learning management system. To access the course visit the NCCC Website and select Blackboard Learn from the STUDENTS section at the bottom of the web page.
Section: W0W1
3
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HIST 110 - Interpretation of American History I

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Issues and problems in American history through Civil War period.
Section: 300
3
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HIST 110 - Interpretation of American History I

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Issues and problems in American history through Civil War period.
Section: 301
3
credits

HIST 111 - Interpretation of American History II

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Issues and problems in American history from the Reconstruction period to the present day.
Section: 300
3
credits

HIST 111 - Interpretation of American History II

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Issues and problems in American history from the Reconstruction period to the present day.
Section: 301
3
credits

SOCL 120 - Cultural Diversity in American Society

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Cultural Diversity in American Society is a course designed to strengthen student awareness of cultural diversity. This course focuses on the analysis of a wide spectrum of selected minority groups and their relationship to the dominant society and culture. The socio/psychological components which have brought about the groups' unique ethnic identity will be investigated. Heavy emphasis will be placed on examining the positive consequences of cross-cultural awareness as a means of lessening intergroup tensions and conflicts.
Section: 300
3
credits

SOCL 120 - Cultural Diversity in American Society

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2020
August 31, 2020 — 
Cultural Diversity in American Society is a course designed to strengthen student awareness of cultural diversity. This course focuses on the analysis of a wide spectrum of selected minority groups and their relationship to the dominant society and culture. The socio/psychological components which have brought about the groups' unique ethnic identity will be investigated. Heavy emphasis will be placed on examining the positive consequences of cross-cultural awareness as a means of lessening intergroup tensions and conflicts.
Section: 301