United States History to 1877 - HST113
General Studies Career or Transfer
Subject Area(s): History
Credential(s): Associate's Degree
This course is a survey of the American past from the Age of Exploration to the end of Reconstruction. It examines the major forces, personalities, events, and institutions that shaped the American experience through 1877. Topics include the development of colonial society, the American Revolution, the Constitution (Federal and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts), the growth of the new nation, westward expansion, the rise of sectionalism, and the Civil War and Reconstruction era. Students develop the ability to think, read, and write critically and analytically and to understand the various forms of human interaction through a study of the creation and growth of the United States through 1877. The course aids students in their efforts to understand the principles of group behavior and social organizations and how power is wielded in society.
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United States History to 1877 Online Offerings
|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
United States History to 1877 Associated Programs
|Program ID||Name||Subject Area(s)||Percent Online|
|GSC_T||General Studies Career or Transfer||Interdisciplinary/General Studies||100|
|LAS_HT||Liberal Arts and Sciences - Humanities Transfer||Humanities, Interdisciplinary/General Studies||100|
|LAS_BSST||Liberal Arts and Sciences - Behavioral and Social Sciences Transfer||History, Sociology, Interdisciplinary/General Studies||100|
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