History

History (HIST)

HIST 4 -  Western Civilization I  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
Students study the growth of European Civilization from the earliest times (ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome), through the Middle Ages, to the development of strong national states at the time of Louis XIV. [C-ID HIST 170]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  

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HIST 5 -  Western Civilization II  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
Survey of the development of western culture and civilization from absolutism to the present. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online. [C-ID HIST 180]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  

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HIST 6 -  History of World Religions  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course covers the history and characteristics of the world's major religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Confucianism, Taoism, and Shintoism. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities; IGETC 3B Humanities; MPC C Humanities, D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  

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HIST 7 -  World History to 1500  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course offers a survey of the development of human communities in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas and their contact with one another to 1500. It focuses on the development of major belief systems, political and economic organization, and family and gender roles in a changing natural environment. May be offered fully online. [C-ID HIST 150]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  

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HIST 8 -  World History Since 1500  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course offers a broad thematic survey of world history from 1500 to the present. Through lecture and discussion, students examine the global implications of contact between continents, industrialization, colonialism, imperialism, nationalism, cultural change, decolonization, changes in women’s rights and roles, and the rise and fall of world communism. Students also compare regions and cultures by analyzing themes and institutions that cross cultures and by reading a variety of contemporary accounts. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online. [C-ID HIST 160]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  

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HIST 10 -  Modern Latin America  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course covers the history of Latin America from the independence period to the present, with a focus on the ideologies, events, and people that emerged to make modern Latin America.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  

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HIST 12 -  Women in United States History  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course covers Native American, African-American, Asian-American, Latina, European-American and immigrant women heroines and "ordinary" women who have shaped U.S. history and culture. Satisfies the CSU American History requirement. Offered as GWOS 12 and HIST 12; credit may be earned only once. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  
CSU American Institutions: US-1: American History  

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HIST 15 -  History of California  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course analyzes human history in California up to the present. It explores political, economic, social, cultural, and geographic factors in the analysis of the state's historical issues and current social problems. It also covers experiences and interactions of the diverse ethnic and racial groups in California history. This course is also an introduction to the field of history, including how to identify and read primary and secondary sources and analyze evidence. May be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC C Humanities, D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  

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HIST 17 -  United States History to 1877  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course offers a historical survey of the European colonization of North America and ideals in the United States from pre-colonial times through Reconstruction. It presents ethnic, physical, economic, social, and cultural influences on the development of the United States from a variety of points of view. Satisfies CSU American History requirement. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online. [C-ID HIST 130]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  
CSU American Institutions: US-1: American History  

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HIST 18 -  United States History from 1865  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course offers a historical survey of the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present. The course themes include America's rise to global power, changing ideas of freedom following the Civil War, and the creation of new boundaries of the nation and its citizens. Satisfies the CSU American History requirement. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online. [C-ID HIST 140]  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  
CSU American Institutions: US-1: American History  

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HIST 20 -  History of Mexico  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
A survey of the history of Mexico from Pre-Columbian times to the present. Special emphasis is placed on introducing students to the ethnic, cultural, social, political, and economic forces that have shaped Mexico’s history. May be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC D Social Sciences  

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HIST 23 -  Chicano History 1848 to Present  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course is an introduction to Chicano History from 1848 to present. Covers the scope of U.S. history from 1848, analyzing the role that Chicanos have played in the United States and the changes that role has undergone. Emphasis is placed on their historical and cultural contributions to life in the United States as well as their socioeconomic and sociopolitical status. Offered as ETNC 23 and HIST 23; credit may be earned only once. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC C Humanities, D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  

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HIST 24 -  African Americans in United States History to 1865  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course is an introduction to the role of African Americans in the development of the United States from the country's beginnings until 1865. It explores dimensions of the African American experience, and in so doing, highlights the multifaceted ways African Americans have made their own history while simultaneously shaping and contributing to the history of the United States. Emphasis is placed on their historical and cultural contributions to life in the United States as well as their socioeconomic and sociopolitical status. Also offered as HIST 24; credit may be earned only once. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC C Humanities, D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  
CSU American Institutions: US-1: American History, US-2: U.S. Constitution and Government  

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HIST 25 -  African Americans in United States History Since 1865  (3 units)  
Letter Grade (LG) or Pass/No Pass (P/NP)  Total hours: 51 hours lecture  
This course is an introduction to the role of African Americans in the development of the United States after 1865. It explores dimensions of the African American experience, and in so doing, highlights the multifaceted ways African Americans have made their own history while simultaneously shaping and contributing to the history of the United States. Emphasis is placed on their historical and cultural contributions to life in the United States as well as their socioeconomic and sociopolitical status. Also offered as HIST 25; credit may be earned only once. Portions of instruction may be offered online; may also be offered fully online.  
Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AE  
Credit transferable: Transfers to CSU & UC  
GE Credit: CSU C2 Humanities, D Social Sciences; IGETC 3B Humanities, 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences; MPC C Humanities, D Social Sciences, F Intercultural Studies  
CSU American Institutions: US-1: American History, US-2: U.S. Constitution and Government  

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