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History

Social Science Division

HIST-04A HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION: PART I
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-41.
This course provides a broad historical survey of mankind's social, political, and intellectual experiences for all major world civilizations from pre-history through approximately 1650. (11/02)

HIST-04B HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION: PART II (CAN HIST 4)
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course provides a broad historical survey of mankind's social, political, and intellectual experiences from the 17th century to the present with emphasis on Western Civilization. (10/99)

HIST-05 HISTORY OF EUROPE SINCE 1901
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
HIST-05 is a one-semester survey course on 20th century Europe. The political, economic, cultural, and social development of 20th century Europe will be covered. There will be emphasis on the traumatic changes brought about by political realignment, colonialism, war, revolution, and economic upheaval. (9/99)

HIST-08A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS PART I: PREHISTORY TO INDEPENDENCE
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A; LRNR-30; PHIL-10.
This course provides a broad historical survey of Latin America from pre-history to independence. The course covers pre-Columbia Amerindian civilizations and cultures; Iberian background, New World conquests, and New World occupation; and colonial development of Latin America's Hispanic cultures and institutions. (12/03)

HIST-08B HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS PART II: INDEPENDENCE TO THE PRESENT
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course provides a broad historical survey of modern American nations with emphasis on Latin America from 1821 to the present. (11/99)

HIST-09A INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION: CHINA
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A; LRNR-30; PHIL-10.
This course provides a broad historical survey of China, the Far East's oldest civilization, from prehistoric times to the present, with emphasis on China's cultural achievements and contributions to both Eastern and Western civilizations. (12/03)

HIST-09B INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION: JAPAN
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course provides a broad historical survey of Japan from pre-historic times to the present. The course includes the study of traditional and modern Japan's significant institutions, cultural achievements, and contributions to both Eastern and Western civilizations. (10/99)

HIST-17A UNITED STATES HISTORY AND UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
(CAN HIST 8)

(CSU breadth area C2/D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-01A, ENGL-41.
This is an extensive survey course of United States history from the period of exploration to the Reconstruction Period. The course covers the social, political, economic, and constitutional development of the nation. (11/03)

HIST-17AH HONORS UNITED STATES HISTORY AND UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
(CSU breadth area C2/D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment in the Honors Program. (See the college catalog for a description of enrollment requirements.)
Advisories: ENGL-01A, ENGL-41; PHIL-13H/ENGL-13H.
This course covers the social, political, economic and constitutional development of the nation. There will be an emphasis on academic rigor, analytical research, writing, critical thinking, and collaborative learning. (11/03)

HIST-17B UNITED STATES HISTORY AND CALIFORNIA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (CAN HIST 10)
(CSU breadth area C2/D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-01A, ENGL-41.
This course is a continuation of HIST-17A from the end of the Reconstruction Period in 1877 to the present. It examines our national, state, and local history and government from the late 19th century to the present. The course covers the social, political, economic, and constitutional development of the nation. (11/03)

HIST-17BH HONORS UNITED STATES HISTORY AND CALIFORNIA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
(CSU breadth area C2/D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment in the Honors Program. (See the college catalog for a description of enrollment requirements.)
Advisories: ENGL-01A, ENGL-41; PHIL-13H/ENGL-13H.
This course examines our national, state, and local history and government from the late 19th century to the present. There will be an emphasis on academic rigor, analytical research, writing, critical thinking, and collaborative learning. (11/03)

HIST-21 THE HISTORY OF MINORITIES IN AMERICA -- ETHNIC GROUPS IN 19th AND 20th CENTURY AMERICA
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course surveys the historical and legal position of ethnic groups in 19th and 20th century America. Emphasis is placed on the role of
minorities in American society, the development of ethnic identity, and the contributions of minority Americans. (9/99)

HIST-22 HISTORY OF MINORITIES -- BLACK EMPHASIS
(CSU breadth area D3/D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A; LRNR-30; PHIL-10.
This course is a political and social history of American society and culture as seen from the Black perspective. It is a survey course covering the period from 1600 to the present. This course presents in-depth the historical background and development of American institutions and ideals. (11/03)

HIST-23 THE HISTORY OF HISPANIC-AMERICANS IN THE SOUTHWEST U.S.
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course is an introduction to the history of the Mexican-American, and is designed to examine the contributions of Hispanics to the U.S. Emphasis will be placed upon the exploration, settlement, and ideology of Hispanics throughout the U.S. The course has pragmatic and relevant historical coverage that includes pre-Columbian to Hispanic civil rights movements. (9/99)

HIST-24 HISTORY OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course is an historical survey of Native Americans. Special emphasis will be placed on the impact of the European on the American Indian, Indian social/cultural patterns, and Indian contributions to the development of American societies. (9/99)

HIST-29 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
(CSU breadth area D6) 3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-41.
This course surveys the historical development of California from pre-Columbian Indians through Spanish, Mexican, and American rule to the present. (11/02)

HIST-39ABC EXPLORING CALIFORNIA'S PAST: PRE-EUROPEAN CONTACT TO THE 20TH CENTURY
1 unit: 18 total hours Internet/MC computer laboratory assigned activity. Advisories: ENGL-A; LRNR-30.
"Exploring California's Past" is a series of three one-unit six-week Internet courses surveying California's history from before European contact to the 20th century. HIST-39A explores California's peoples, cultures, and historical developments from before European contact through the Mexican-American War; HIST-39B, the Gold Rush to the completion of the transcontinental railroads; and HIST-39C, the 1870s through World War II. The course requires Internet literacy and actual visits to California historic sites. (2/99)

HIST-40ABCD CALIFORNIA FIELD STUDIES
0.5 - 1 unit: 0 - 9 hours total lecture, 0 - 27 hours lab.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L; HIST-29.
This course consists of weekend field studies of specific California historical sites. (12/99)

HIST-51A BASIC AMERICAN HISTORY
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-A, ENGL-AL, ENGL-41, ENGL-41L.
This course provides a broad historical survey of social, political, and economic developments from the discovery of America to the Reconstruction. (11/99)

HIST-51B BASIC AMERICAN HISTORY
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisory: ENGL-84.
This course provides a broad historical survey of social, political, and economic developments from the Reconstruction to the present. (11/99)

HIST-80AB BASIC AMERICAN HISTORY
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisite/Advisory: None.
This course is a basic American history course for non-transfer students. HIST-80A includes the period from the discovery of America to the Reconstruction Period. HIST-80B covers the period from Reconstruction to the present.

HIST-81A THE BASIC HISTORY OF HISPANIC-AMERICANS IN THE
SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES

3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-80, ENGL-83.
This course provides a basic historical survey of the Southwestern area of the United States from early Indian times to the Mexican-American War. The course emphasizes the developments and contributions of the area's Indian cultures to Spanish America and Mexico. (12/99)

HIST-81B THE BASIC HISTORY OF HISPANIC-AMERICANS IN THE
SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES

3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Advisories: ENGL-80, ENGL-83; HIST-81A.
This course provides a basic historical survey of the Southwestern area of the United States from the Mexican-American War to the present. The course emphasizes the economic, political, and social developments of this area as seen from the Hispanic-American cultural perspective. (12/99)


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