2012-2013 CCBC College Catalog

History

HIST 101 – 3 Credits
Western Civilization I: Ancient and Medieval History-GL

Highlights significant periods in Mediterranean and European history from the earliest civilizations through the Reformation; surveys the major literary, religious, artistic, scientific, political, social, and economic developments that constitute Western civilization up to about CE 1550. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052

HIST 102 – 3 Credits
Western Civilization II: Modern History-GL

Surveys the major literary, religious, scientific, artistic, political, social, and economic developments that constitute Western civilization in the modern era (since about CE 1500); examines the development of the modern state system, the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, and the Age of Revolution. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052

HIST 111 – 3 Credits
History of the United States I

Surveys America's early clash of cultures, European and African background, settlement, Revolution, new government, expansion, and sectionalism through the Civil War; an in-depth analysis of selected issues, periods, personalities or institutions in an effort to understand the youthful nation's changing, often clashing, attitudes and values. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052. Need not be taken in sequence with HIST 112

HIST 112 – 3 Credits
History of the United States II

Investigates America's growth after the Civil War; considers the many changes in the economy, society and foreign policy that resulted from expansion and industrialization. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052. Need not be taken in sequence with HIST 111

HIST 116 – 3 Credits
African-American History Overview-GL

Examines the origin of African American people in continental Africa and traces the black experience in America to the present; emphasis will be placed on: African roots, transition to slavery, the realities of slavery, opposition to slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction and its aftermath, the period of Jim Crowism, black nationalism, African American participation in the World Wars, institutional development, and the modern Civil Rights movement. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052.

HIST 117 – 3 Credits
African American History to 1876-GL

Explores the many roles of people of African ancestry in the history of the United States from 1619 to 1876; an in-depth examination of the institution of slavery and the many ways African Americans responded to it. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052.

HIST 118 – 3 Credits
African American History since 1876

Examines the life of African Americans since the end of the Reconstruction; emphasis is placed on the origins and development of segregation, the role of African Americans in America's 20th century wars, rights movement and its consequences, and on the lingering racial problems that still exist in the United States. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052.

HIST 120 – 3 Credits
Ethnicity: American Dream

Integrates methods, assumptions, and values of history, political philosophy and other social sciences and examines the American experience from a multicultural perspective; explores how gender, race, ethnicity, religion, economic class, and sexual orientation influence the realization of the American Dream. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

Prerequisites: ENGL 101

HIST 127 – 3 Credits
Native American History-GL

Explores Native American history from pre-contact to 1900. Due to complexity inherent in Native American history, the diverse historical experiences of indigenous nations and the geographical and historical depth and scope present, this course will employ both chronological and thematic approaches. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052. NOTE: Same as NAST 127. Credit can be earned for one course only. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

HIST 130 – 3 Credits
American Economic History

Explores America's economic development from the 17th through the 20th century; analyzes selected issues, periods, personalities, or institutions in an effort to understand the nation's changing economic attitudes, values, and development as the world's largest economy. Recommended as essential background for all students in history and business. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052.

HIST 134 – 3 Credits
History of American Labor

Examines the development of the union movement in the United States as well as an examination of common workplace issues; covers various ways of recording history, with an emphasis on non-traditional workers history and legal, political, and social aspects of American workers. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

Prerequisites: RDNG 052 or ESOL 054 and ENGL 052 or ESOL 052; or ACLT 052.

HIST 150 – 3 Credits
Movies: History & Art

Studies the development of motion pictures from their origin as a late 19th century curiosity to their present status as powerful form of mass communication; examines the development of film techniques and the evolution of popular movie genres such as the western, the horror film, the science fiction/fantasy film, and the animated feature film. NOTE: Same as MCOM 150. Credit can be earned for one course only. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisite: ENGL 101

HIST 155 – 3 Credits
History of Modern Asia

Will provide an understanding of the history of Asia.

HIST 220 – 3 Credits
The American Woman

Provides an in-depth study of the lives and experiences of the American woman from the 17th century to the present. NOTE: Same as WMST 220. Credit can be earned for one course only. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisite: HIST 111 or HIST 112 or WMST 101 or written permission from instructor required

HIST 262 – 2 Credits
Travel Study

HIST 263 – 3 Credits
Travel Study

Course is offered as a travel study to students. Students need permission from the Department Chair or Program Coordinator to enroll.