2010 - 2011 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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history history hist m04 – 3 units history of mexican americans in the united states hist m09 – 3 units latin american history prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture a survey of the american experience from colonial beginnings to the present emphasizing the history of mexican americans examines the changing roles and contributions of mexican americans in the context of the social political and economic history of the united states same course as chst m04 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc introduces development of cultural economic and political factors in the various latin american nations emphasizing relationships with contemporary united states applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m06 – 3 units history of the american indian prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture hist m10 – 3 units african history prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces development of social economic and political aspects of indigenous cultures and the colonial experience applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc introduces the history of the indigenous people of north america from the precolonial era to the present emphasizes american indian and euro-american interaction u.s policy development and the roles played by american indians to ensure their survival and cultural integrity into the 21st century applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m12 – 3 units history of american women prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture hist m07a – 3 units social and political history of the united states i the history of the united states from the 17th century to the present tracing the changing roles of women evaluates the contributions made by famous and “average” women and the boundaries they faced contrasts myth and reality for euro-american and ethnic minority women students cannot complete both hist m12 and hist m12h courses because credit will only be awarded to the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces creation and development of american society to 1865 analyzing impact of individuals and groups explores colonial foundation of american cultural heritage growth of u.s political party system women and social reform the institution of and movement to abolish slavery and the civil war including its causes and repercussions partially satisfies the csu title 5 u.s history constitution and american ideals requirements applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m07a and hist m07b and hist m25 or hist m25h combined maximum credit two courses hist m12h – 3 units honors history of american women prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture provides honors work in the history of the united states from the 17th century to the present tracing the changing roles of women evaluates the contributions made by famous and “average” women and the boundaries and changes they faced contrasts myth and reality for euro-american and ethnic minority women honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real-world applications and enrichment opportunities students cannot complete both hist m12 and hist m12h courses because credit will only be awarded to the first course completed applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m07b – 3 units social and political history of the united states ii prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture evaluates social and political adjustments from 1865 to the present emphasizing the effects on contemporary americans reviews individual and group contributions surrounding such issues as westward expansion industrial development immigration and the development of modern american society students will understand major social and political reform movements since 1865 as well as the united states’ role as a major world power in international affairs partially satisfies the csu title 5 u.s history constitution and american ideals requirements applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m07a and hist m07b and hist m25 or hist m25h combined maximum credit two courses hist m14 – 3 units race and gender in american history prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture surveys the experience of native americans latinos asian americans african-americans and women throughout american history assessing their accomplishments the persistence of stereotypes and the continuity and change in the position of these different groups analyzes historical documents films and literature applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc hist m08 – 3 units history of california prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces the political and social development of california from early native california cultures to the present applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc moorpark college catalog 2010/11 189 course listing