HIST& 146 : U.S. HISTORY I
Political, economic, and cultural history of the United States, from its founding to the Jeffersonian Revolution. (SS)
- Demonstrate a "historical mindedness"- understanding the historical context of ideas, events, and issues.
- Identify and recognize events that are uniquely American.
- Place American history within the larger context of World and Regional history.
- Critically and aesthetically evaluate the development of a uniquely American culture.
- The student will develop written communication skills, and the ability to express opinions via discussions and short papers.
- The student will develop specific critical thinking skills: to consider multiple perspectives and values, to synthesize and integrate information and ideas, to separate opinion from factual information, and to recognize the patterns in which historical information is organized.
- Last, the student as a more informed citizen will be better prepared to act in accordance with his or her own beliefs.
At a Glance
Eligibility for or completion of ENGL& 101.