HIST 1111 Survey of World History to 1500
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

A survey of world history to early modern times.

HIST 1112 Survey of World History since 1500
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

A survey of world history from early modern times to the present.

HIST 1140 Introduction to African and African-American History
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

(Same as AAS 1140.) African history and culture, the coming of Africans to the Americas, and the development of African-American culture.

HIST 1200 Introuction to The Middle East
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

This course focuses on the key political, cultural, social, religious changes that occurred in the Middle East 1800 CE to the present.

HIST 2110 Survey of United States History
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

A thematic survey of U. S. history to the present.

HIST 2200 Women in American History
Credit Hours 3.0
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

This course will examine the historical development of the United States of America from colonial times to the present with special reference to the contributions of women. The course will review changes in feminism, gender, and the Constitution of the United States, i.e., the 19th amendment, the Suffragettes, their relationship to abolition and other feminist campaigns. This course includes an analysis of the social and economic disparity between women and men, women’s roles within state, local, and federal governments, their intellectual, cultural, and social interaction in the larger society. It explores the issues of women in major ethnic groups in the United States, and interaction of women within and outside each group. Topics include colonial women, frontier women, progressivism, unions, birth control, discrimination, sectional conflict from the perspective of women, WWII, Rosie the Riveter, Vietnam, the modern industrial complex, globalization, and urban demographic patterns as they relate to the lives of women.