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History

HIST 101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I: ANCIENT WORLD – 1715

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
Defines the basic political, economic and social trends influencing western cultural development including Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Roman Republic and Empire, the Christian Era (c. 1000 – 1500), the Reformation, and the Wars of Religion. Instruction employs critical analysis of significant historical eras and societies effecting western civilization.
 
Prerequisite: ENG 121 or concurrent […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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HIST 102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
The course continues the development of Western Civilization from c. 1700 to the 20th Century. Major political, economic, and social developments reviewed include the Scientific, French, and American revolutions, the Industrial Revolution, the European Balance of Power (c. 1815-1870), the origins of World War I and II, and the Cold War […]

Jul 23, 2016|

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HIST 201 U.S. HISTORY I: EUROPEAN COLONIZATION TO 1877

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
Instructional focus involves identifying significant political, economic and social trends in American development c. 1490’s through U.S. Reconstruction, 1877. Primary concentrations include review of European colonization, the British colonial rebellion, U.S. nation building, 1780’s – 1830’s and delineating the course of prominent events leading to the American Civil War and Reconstruction, […]

Jul 22, 2016|

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HIST 202 U.S. HISTORY II: RECONSTRUCTION TO THE PRESENT

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
Course instruction investigates dominant political, economic, foreign policy, and social trends in U.S. development from Reconstruction through the 20th century. The main focus identifies the movement of America from rapid, post-Civil War industrialization, to emergence as a competitive world power; culminating in its becoming a preeminent global force after 1945. This […]

Jul 21, 2016|

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HIST 204 HISTORY OF MICHIGAN

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course presents significant phases of the history of Michigan from a primitive wilderness to a complex, industrialized society. Political, economic, social and cultural aspects are discussed with emphasis on the relation to the history of the state to that of the nation. Special emphasis is given to the modern period.
 
Prerequisite: […]

Jul 20, 2016|

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HIST 230 WOMEN IN THE WESTERN PAST

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This course examines the condition of […]

Jul 19, 2016|

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