HST201 History of the US to 1840

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Examines the social, political, economic and cultural developments of Colonial America and the Early Republic of the United States. Includes: Native Americans pre- and post- European colonization (Spanish, French, Dutch and English); European indentured servitude and African slavery; Salem Witch Trials; Great Awakening; French and Indian War; Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution; Constitution and the Bill of Rights; Whiskey Rebellion; War of 1812; Missouri Compromise; American Indian Removal. History courses are non-sequential and may be taken in any term and in any order. Prerequisites: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Audit available.  (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide).

Credits:
4.00
Registration:
you will need the CRN to register.
Fees:
many classes have additional fees.
Materials:
classes marked with $0 or <$40 use low cost materials. Cost does not include art supplies, calculators, fees, and equipment.
Class type:
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List of classes for HST201 History of the US to 1840
CRN Location & type Days & time Dates Seats available Materials More info Sign up
32095 Web

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From June 22 through August 15, 2020
Textbooks for CRN 32095
$0
Course details for CRN 32095
Instructor: Kenneth R Coleman
Tuition: credit Fees: $20
Notes: This is an 8 week class.

This page includes online classes only, more sections may exist for this class.

Course details: CRN 32095

Course materials

Textbooks

No textbooks required

Open educational resources (OER)

The following free or inexpensive materials are used for this course:

Proctored exams and activities:

There are no proctored exams and activities.

Other in-person and on-campus activities:

There are no other in-person and on-campus activities.

Technology:

There is no additional technology required for this class.

Instructor comments:

 You don't need to purchase a physical textbook to use this class. Some students, however, prefer a physical textbook. If so, I highly recommend Eric Foner's Give Me Liberty. It is a more conventional, chronlogical history textbook than the American Yawp, which some studetns find difficult to follow (although some students really like the American Yawp). If you chose to purchase Give Me Liberty, I recommend finding an inexpensive used copy. In other words, you don't need the most recent edition for this course.

Web course information

No show policy
Your instructor can mark you as a "no show" if you do not participate in your class during the first week. This will remove you from the class. It is important to log in as soon as the class starts to see what the participation requirements are.
Web & Remote Teaching Technical Requirements:
Please be sure to read the quick guide to Online Learning technical requirements.
Students with Disabilities:
Students with disabilities should notify their instructor if accommodations are needed to take this class. For information about technologies that help people with disabilities taking Web based classes please visit the Disability Services website.
Web Prerequisite | Start Guide for Online Learning:
Before you take your first online class at PCC, you must complete the start guide for online learning. The start guide will help you decide if online classes are right for you. Once you complete the start guide, you will be eligible to register for online classes.

The Start Guide is not required for Hybrid or Remote Courses but strongly recommended. To learn more, go to https://www.pcc.edu/osg