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History Major Courses LibGuide: HTY122

Required History Courses for the Major in History

Prerequisites

None.

Course Description

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

 

A survey of the principal movements, events, ideas, and personalities in U.S. history from the Civil War to the present. Provides an overview of the modern United States history beginning with social, economic, and political implications of post-Civil War reconstruction and the survey of American life through the World Wars, the Cold War, Vietnam, and finally the challenges of globalization.

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

By the end of this course students will:

 

1.      Demonstrate an understanding of events and ideas which influenced the development of American society after the Civil War.

2.      Demonstrate the ability to analyze historical evidence, read historical texts and documents critically, and evaluate the merits of historical debates from this period.

3.      Demonstrate the ability to relate past events to developments in society today.

4.      Demonstrate the ability to engage in informed debate on issues related to movements, events, historical figures, organizations, and ordinary people in society during this period.

 

 

Subject Guide

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Carol Moon
Contact:
Professor Carol Ann Moon
Reference and Instructional Outreach Librarian
Saint Leo University
Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library
33701 S.R. 52,
Saint Leo, FL 33574
carol.moon@saintleo.edu
352-588-8261