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HST 201-203 US History course materials
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Grant team used Canvas Commons to point to materials for US History course sequence.

History 201 provides a broad overview of the historical events that helped create the United States, as well as their causes. The goal is to acquaint students with major events of the region, their chronology and to stimulate creative and critical thought about the history of US.

HST 202: This course begins with expansion and slavery, covers the Civil War and Reconstruction and concludes with the rise of the industrial state and the Progressive Era. The course will cover the period from c. 1815 to 1917.

HST 203: This course begins with the Progressive Era and covers development through the Twentieth Century to the present.

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U.S. History
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Reading
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blue mountain community college
Date Added:
06/24/2019
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Klamath Community College, Blue Mountain Community College, and Columbia Gorge Community College partnered on developing a database of resources for General Sociology: Sociology in Everyday Life. The team adopted an outcomes-based approach to prioritize academic freedom.

Course Description:
Introduces the sociological frame of reference, which focuses on sociology as a science, and examines concepts related to human social behavior such as social structure, culture, socialization, sex roles, statuses, roles, groups, organizations, social stratifications, and racial and ethnic relations.

Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Analyze society, including social issues, at the microscopic and macroscopic scale in the context of the three main sociological perspectives.
Evaluate the impact of social inequalities and forms of social stratification on societies.
Cite relevant examples of sociological concepts in everyday life.
Explain the diversity of global social structures and the ways in which they interact.

Subject:
Sociology
Material Type:
Reading
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Blue Mountain Community College
Columbia Gorge Community College
Klamath Community College
Date Added:
06/24/2019