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HST-History

Lower Division Collegiate

HST104 (4 credits)
World Civilizations: Prehistory - Middle Ages

Provides a survey of various aspects of civilization in regions around the world. In addition to discussion of western civilizations originating from the Near East and Europe, this course includes the civilizations of India, Africa, East Asia (China/Japan) Russia, Southeast Asia, and Latin America. Included in the reading and discussion are historical, cultural, religious, social, economic, and political developments in the various civilizations. Covers pre-history to the Middle Ages. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or BT113 or designated placement score.

HST105 (4 credits)
World Civilizations: Byzantium - Present

Provides a survey of various aspects of civilization in regions around the world. In addition to discussion of western civilizations originating from the Near East and Europe, this course includes the civilizations of India, Africa, East Asia (China/Japan) Russia, Southeast Asia, and Latin America. Included in the reading and discussion are historical, cultural, religious, social, economic, and political developments in the various civilizations. Covers the Byzantium to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or BT113 or designated placement score.

HST199 (variable credits)
Special Studies: History

Presents special topics of study in history through workshop, seminar, and independent study formats. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Additional prerequisites may vary depending on subject offerings.

HST201 (4 credits)
U.S. History through Reconstruction

Surveys American history from early native populations through Reconstruction after the Civil War. Each course presents a detailed coverage of influences – political, social, ethnic, religious, cultural, technical, and geographical – that have affected the history of the United States. Prerequisite: WR115 or BT113 or designated placement score.

HST202 (4 credits)
U.S. History: Post-Reconstruction to Present

Surveys American history from the early native societies through the Progressive Era to the present. Each course presents a detailed coverage of influences – political, social, ethnic, religious, cultural, technical, and geographical – that have affected the history of the United States. Prerequisite: WR115 or BT113 or designated placement score.

HST259 (4 credits)
The Chicano/Latino Historical Experience

Examines the diversity that resides within the Chicano, Mexicano, Latino, Hispanic and Caribbean cultural experience in the Americas, beginning from pre-Columbian times to the present. The curriculum covers pre-Columbian heritage, Spanish colonization, American conquest in the Mexican-American War and the Spanish American War, the Mexicans' role in American labor, Bracero Program, and the Chicano Movement. The class will provide a framework for understanding the ways in which distinctive social and cultural patterns arose, thus bringing awareness of contemporary expressions of identity and their historical origins. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Dual numbered as SOC235. Prerequisite: BT113 or WR115 or designated placement score.

HST280 (variable credits)
CWE/History

Cooperative Work Experience is an educational program that enables students to receive academic credit for on-the-job, experiential learning based on skills acquired in their programs. Together, the instructor, employer, and student establish learning objectives that specify the significant and appropriate learning which is expected to result from the work experience. This course offers a career-related experience for students working for an approved employer. As a capstone course, it should be completed within the last two terms of a certificate or degree program. Prerequisite: CWE courses require prior arrangements with faculty or the Department Chair.