Jul 24, 2021  
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2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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HSTA 322 - American History: WWII to Present

3 credits (Hrs: 3 Lec.)
Introduces students to a broad variety of recent academic thought focused on the attempt to identify, analyze and interpret dominant trends, key events, and important social movements shaping American society since the beginning of WWII.  This course is conceived broadly so as to allow study and discussion of our nation’s immediate past seen from viewpoints of individuals and groups associated with a number of disciplines: political science, sociology, psychology, society & technology studies, economics, pop culture studies, film studies, mass media, journalism, etc.

Prerequisite(s): HSTR 101 /HSTR 102  or HSTA 101 /HSTA 102  or HSTR 201 /HSTR 202  or completion of a freshman or sophomore history course sequence at another college or Junior or Senior-level standing. Satisfies upper division Writing core. Course generally offered both semesters.



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