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2022 Spring Main
HST1600/Lecture/50 - Modern American History | Credits 3.00
This history course is an introduction to the political, economic, and social (with an emphasis on race, gender, and class) development of the American nation starting with Reconstruction. The primary objectives of this course are to develop your skills as a critical reader and provide you with fundamental knowledge about the events, people and institutions that have influenced and created America. We will examine how the perceptions of freedom and equality shifted and thus shaped American History. In addition, the course will investigate the various "dreams" Americans had as the nation progressed and how these are interpreted by contemporary historians. Key topics include the rise of industrialism and capitalism, the impact of immigration and urbanization, the rise of the US as a global power (including foreign relations) and how populism, civil rights and feminism shaped our culture, political and social institutions. 3 Cr Hrs. Course Requirement(s): None.

Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Tingler, Jason
Duration 1/10/2022 - 5/7/2022
Schedule Online  1:25 AM - 1:26 AM;  Marion Technical Col, ONLINE, Room
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Credit Types 60+ Audit Credit DevEd Transfer
Class 30 Seats | 18 Remaining
Open (Minimum Met)

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  Marion Technical College300
Program  Credit301
College  Arts and Science302
Department  Humanities3012
Population  Semester3012