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FY 2008

Austin Community College

FY 2008 Course Descriptions

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HIS 1643 U.S. HISTORY II -- AFRICAN-AMERICAN EMPHASIS (3-3-0). A continuation of HIST 2381, beginning with Reconstruction and continuing to the present. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 1301 UNITED STATES HISTORY I (3-3-0). A study of the history of the United States to 1877. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 1302 UNITED STATES HISTORY II (3-3-0). A study of the history of the United States from 1877 to present. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2301 HISTORY OF TEXAS (3-3-0). A survey of the political, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual development of Texas from prehistoric time to the present with attention given to ethnic minorities. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2311 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (3-3-0). Development of ancient, medieval, and early modern civilizations to 1660. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2312 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (3-3-0). Development of modern western civilization from 1660 to present. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2327 MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I (3-3-0). A study of the economic, social, cultural, and political development of Mexican-American people with particular emphasis upon their contribution to American society. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2328 MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II (3-3-0). A continuation of HIST 2327, emphasizing the modern contributions and leaders of the Mexican-American culture in America. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2341 STUDIES IN U.S. HISTORY (3-3-0). A treatment of selected topics in the history of the United States. May be repeated when topics vary.

American Indians--A survey of the society and culture of American Indians and how it changed through time.

Civil War--A survey of the political, military, constitutional, economic, and social events in the American Civil War.

Cold War--A history of conflict between the United States and Soviet Union after 1945.

Depression Era U.S.--A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural events of the Twenties and Thirties in the United States.

Latinos in the United States--A comprehensive survey of the different Latino experiences in the history of the United States.

Military History of the U.S.--A survey of American military policy and development from the 17th century to the present.

The 60's--A survey of the political, economic, social, and diplomatic events of the 1960's.

New South--A survey of the political, economic, social, and constitutional events in the American South from 1865 to present.

Old South--A survey of the political, economic, social, and constitutional events in the American South from 1607 to 1861.

The Southwest--A survey of the political, social, and cultural developments of the border region.

U.S. Business and Economic History--This course is designed to provide a survey of U.S. business and economic history from 1607 to the 1980's. It addresses themes such as the nature and timing of American economic growth, business strategies in the face of changing markets, labor relations, the role of government in the economy, and the nature of women's workforce participation.

The West in United States History--The course will focus on the area, people, economy and ecology of the United States west of the Mississippi River, from European conquest to about 1900, with primary focus on the 19th century.

Women in The United States--A comprehensive survey of events and issues in United States history, focusing on the specific contributions of women and the relationship between race, class, and gender.

World War II--A survey of the political, military, and social history of the United States in World War II.

Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T

HIST 2381 U.S. HISTORY I -- AFRICAN-AMERICAN EMPHASIS (3-3-0). A study of the history of African-Americans in the United States. Includes the role African-American culture has played in the development of the American nation to 1865. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective. Skills: E ( ) Course Type: T


Course Descriptions as of January 12, 2010 02:30am
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