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HIS 201. History of United States I. 3 Credits.

This course will focus on United States history with an emphasis on how the country developed from settlements to the society it has today. It will analyze the problems encountered in forming a new republic, westward expansion, and sectional conflicts. The analysis will begin with the pre-Colonial period and continue through the Revolution, the War of 1812, Jacksonian democracy, the rise of political parties, and the social, economic, and political developments that formed the backdrop to the Civil War. The course will also look at how theEuropeans and Africans who came to America developed unique American traditions that blended Old World customs into the New World experience. Prerequisites: ENG098, FYE101, RDG098, or placement. Fall.



...History 4 6 HIS 201 History of United States I and HIS 202 History of...

Computer Information Systems


...Science II ). 2 Any HIS course 3 Humanities...the CompTIA Security+ SYO-201 exam or as...

Complementary Health Care


...Electives: ANT, ECO, GEO, HIS, POL, PSY, SOC...And Kinesiology 3 EXS 201 Exercise Science And...

Legal Studies


...required to complete PHL 201 Introduction To Philosophical...Creative Writing II 3 HIS 121 History Of...

Dental Education


...taken concurrently. 6 DHY 201 Oral Pathology , DHY...question the patient about his/her medical condition...