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HST104 World Civilization: 3500 B.C. to 1450
Surveys human cultural, social, economic, intellectual, and political development of world civilizations from 3500 B.C to 1450. F, W, Sp, Su
4 Credits

HST105 World Civilization: 1450 C.E. to 1870
Surveys human cultural, social, economic, intellectual, and political development of world's civilizations from 1450 C.E. to 1870. F, W, Sp, Su
4 Credits

HST106 World Civilization: 1870 to the Present
Surveys human cultural, social, economic, and political development of world civilizations. Covers 1870 to the present. F, W, Sp, Su
4 Credits

HST157 History of the Middle East and North Africa
Surveys human cultural, social, economic, and political developments in the Middle East and North Africa. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

HST201 United States History: to 1840
Explores the cultural, economic, social, and political developments of the United States to 1840. F, W, Sp, Su; CL
4 Credits

HST202 United States History: 1840 to 1900
History
4 Credits

HST203 United States History: 1900 to Present
Explores the cultural, economic, social, and political development of the United States from 1900 to the present. Prerequisite: Placement into RD115; or RD080 and RD085; or RD090 or higher (or concurrent enrollment); or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) F, W, Sp, Su; CL
4 Credits

HST228 History of Modern Europe
Introduces the history and culture of Europe from 1900 to the present. Analyzes the impact of war and revolution, the end of colonialism and the decline of European empires, and the search for European unification. Offered as Needed
4 Credits

HST237 Protest, War, and Peace: America in the Sixties
Presents an overview of American/U.S. history during the turbulent years of the Sixties. Covers a broad range of themes and ideas that occurred during the Sixties. Sp
4 Credits

HST257 Native American History
Studies the history of native peoples in the United States, from prehistory to the present. Examines how Native American societies have adapted over time to a constantly changing world. Emphasizes the relationship between European Americans and Native Americans after 1492. Sp; CL
4 Credits

HST258 African American History
Recounts and explains experiences which lie at the heart of America's struggle to deal with its racial composition. Examines historical forces which denied African Americans the opportunity to secure meaningful first-class citizenship. Focuses on the political and social lives of African Americans. Additionally, examines the decisions and social institutions that determined public policy regarding Americans of African descent. Sp; CL
4 Credits

HST262 Women in U.S. History
Studies the transformation of the role of women in American society. W, Sp, Su; CL
4 Credits

HST269 Pacific Northwest History
Examines the diverse history of the Pacific Northwest. Discusses political, economic, social, and cultural transformations in the region, placed in a national and international context. F, Sp; CL
4 Credits