Jun 30, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 80 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 80
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HIST - 105. America in the World, 1877-2001


3 credit(s)
This course examines American history through a global lens. It provides a broad survey of the political, geographic, social, economic, and intellectual factors that have contributed to the Civil growth of the United States as a great power and its changing role in the world from the Civil War era to 2001. Topics will include immigration and industrialization, social and political reform, cycles of prosperity and recession as well as technology as a driving force in American development. Additional topics covered will vary with the expertise of the instructor. This course also introduces students to the discipline and methodologies of history. Students will engage with enduring questions of human concern, demonstrate competence in historical literacy, and practice intercultural knowledge and respect.

Equivalent: (Same as HIST-204)
Attribute: (ATTR: ARTS, AMSA, CDH)



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