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    Jun 16, 2024  
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HST-1032 - The United States Since 1877* (H) (3)

Prerequisite: Reading Placement or RDG-0800 or take one of the|following: IRW-0900A  IRW-0900B  IRW-0900C  
Students survey the diplomatic, economic, political, and social history of the United States from the end of Reconstruction of present.  Students who have completed HST-2020 cannot receive credit for HST-1032.  This course satisfies the General Education Humanities requirement.

List Course Outcomes (consistent for all sections)

CO1 - Describe political, legal, and social changes in the U.S. from 1877-present, including westward expansion, industrialization, immigration, domestic migration, and urbanization.

CO2 -  Evaluate the changing role of the U.S. in global affairs, including the U.S. involvement in imperialism and the world wars of the 20th century.

CO3 -  Analyze key developments in American political history, including the expansion of federal and presidential power, the evolution of American political parties, and the role of dissenters and reformers in American politics.

CO4 -  Evaluate key movements and individuals in American history 1877-present.

CO5 -  Describe the efforts of individuals and groups, and the role of government, in improving the economic, political, legal, and social status of minorities in the U.S.

CO6 -  Analyze major economic, social, and political developments in Post-World War II U.S. history, including the emergence of the United States as a superpower, the Cold War, and the changes resulting from technology suburbanization, and increased diversity.

CO7 -  Evaluate the impact of race, class, gender, religion, and region in American history 1877-present.












































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