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HIST 1 - WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1648
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

A survey of the political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual developments of European civilization from its pre-historic antecedents in the Middle East to the rise of modern European nations in the seventeenth century. (CAN HIST 2) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)

HIST 1H - HONORS WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1648
3 units, 3 lecture hours, (Formerly Honors 1H)
ADVISORY: Meet the qualifications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See Honors Program listing, page 250.

A survey of the political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual developments of European civilization from its prehistoric antecedents in the Middle East to the rise of modern European nations in the seventeenth century. In addition, Honors sections take a greater cross-disciplinary perspective, critically evaluate issues and controversies in historiography of the ancient-through-early-modern periods, and place greater emphasis on the use of history in understanding the modern world. (CAN HIST 2) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)

HIST 2 - WESTERN CIVILIZATION SINCE 1648
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

The philosophical, political, and economic development of the European civilizations and their "offspring" in the New World and elsewhere from the 17th century to the present era. (CAN HIST 4) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)

HIST 2H - HONORS WESTERN CIVILIZATION SINCE 1648
3 units, 3 lecture hours, (Formerly Honors 2H)
ADVISORY: Meet the qualifications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See Honors Program listing, page 250.

The philosophical, political, and economic development of European civilizations and their "offspring" in the New World and elsewhere from the 17th century to the present era. In addition, Honors sections take a greater cross-disciplinary perspective, critically evaluate issues and controversies in historiography of the early-modern-to-present periods, and place greater emphasis on the use of history in understanding the modern world. (CAN HIST 4) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)

HIST 3 - HISTORY OF ANCIENT ROME
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

The history, politics, social life, literature, art, architecture, religion and archaeology of Rome from the foundation of the city to the early Byzantine period. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 11 - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TO 1877
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 1A recommended.

Political, social and economic development from the colonial period through the Civil War. Satisfies United States history requirement for BA degree. (CAN HIST 8) (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 12 - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1865
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 1A recommended.

Political, social and economic development since Reconstruction; US as a world power. Satisfies the US history requirement for BA degree. (CAN HIST 10) (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 15 - HISTORY OF THE BRITISH ISLES
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended

A history of the British Isles from pre-history to the present. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 17 - HISTORY OF ISLAM 
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

An analytical survey of Islamic history from the life of Muhammad to the Ottoman empire. Discussion of the political and military aspects of Islam, Islamic science and medicine, and mystical movements within Islam. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 18 - HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREECE
3 units, 3 lecture hours
Advisory: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

An intensive survey of Greek history from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic period. Discussion of the Homeric poems, the development of the polis system in Athens and Sparta, the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars, and Hellenistic science and technology. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 20 - COMPARATIVE WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1600
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Economic, political, and social developments in World Civilization from the emergence of human communities to around 1600. (This course is designed for transfer Liberal Studies Blended Major students.) (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 21 - UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. 

Causes, events, and consequences of the American Civil War. Emphasis on military history using simulations. Course meets graduation requirement for computer literacy for students majoring in history. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 22 - HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Women in American history: social, political, and economic actions and reactions of American women; racial, ethnic, religious, geographic, and class differences. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 29 - HISTORY OF MEXICO, COLONIAL TO CONTEMPORARY PERIOD
3 units, 3 lecture hours, (See also Chicano-Latino Studies 29)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

A social, economic, and political survey of Mexican history from the colonial period (1521) to contemporary times. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 30 - CALIFORNIA HISTORY
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Survey of growth and development of California politically, economically, and culturally from 1523 to the present, with special emphasis on 20th century issues. (A, CSU, UC)

HIST 34 - AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 1954-1969
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 25 and 26 or English 53 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Based on the civil rights struggle in contemporary America. Legal, moral, ethical, religious and humanistic foundations of the Movement: Nature and forms of discrimination, segregation and oppression: enforcement and protection of human and civil rights in the United States. (A, CSU, UC)
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