History for Transfer (2013-2014)
The Associate in Arts in History for Transfer Degree will prepare students to transfer to many California State Universities (CSUs). Students who complete the Associate in Arts in History for Transfer Degree will be ensured preferential transfer status to CSUs as history majors and majors in related disciplines. The Associate in Arts in History for Transfer degree requirements will fulfill the lower division major requirements at many CSUs. Students are advised, however, to meet with a counselor to assess the course requirements for a specific CSU.
The Associate in Arts in History for Transfer Degree will enable students to develop skills in analyzing primary and secondary sources, identifying arguments and points of view, and conducting historical research. In addition, a strong background in history will enable students to put events and developments into their historical context and to synthesize these events and developments in order to reach rational and fact-based conclusions. More broadly, students will develop strong critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills that will prepare them for the requirements of upper division course work.
Program Learning Outcomes
• Identify connections between specific people, groups, events and ideas and larger historical themes, developments and topics.
• Critically analyze a variety of primary and secondary sources and draw valid historical interpretations from them.
Units required for Major: 90
Associate Degree Requirements:
Associate in Arts in History for Transfer requires completion of a minimum of 90 units to include:
• CSU General Education Breadth Requirements or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) (53-58 Units) (full certification is required)
• Core & support courses (32 Units)
• transferable electives necessary to meet the 90-unit minimum requirement.
NOTE: All courses pertaining to the major must be taken for a letter grade and must be completed with a grade of "C"or better. In addition, the student must obtain a minimum GPA of 2.0.
Core Courses: (24 units)
HIST 17A History of the United States to 1816 (4 units)
HIST 17B History of the United States From 1812 to 1914 (4 units)
HIST 17C History of the United States From 1900 to the Present (4 units)
HIST 4A History of Western Civilization to 800 AD (4 units)
HIST 4B History of Western Civilization: 700-1800 (4 units)
HIST 4C History of Western Civilization 1789-Present (4 units)
or HIST 4CH Honors History of Western Civilization 1789-Present (4 units)
Support Courses: (8 units)
One course each from List A and List B:Academic Year: 2013-2014Current status: ApprovedLast update: 2013-11-04 10:23:01
ANTH 4 First Peoples of North America (4 units)
ANTH 6 Peoples of Africa (4 units)
ART 2E A History of Women in Art (4.5 units)
or WMN 15 A History of Women in Art (4.5 units)
ENGL 12 African American Literature (4 units)
ENGL 31 Latino/A Literature (4 units)
HIST 8 History of Latin America (4 units)
HIST 10 History of California: the Multicultural State (4 units)
HIST 18 Introduction to Middle Eastern Civilization (4 units)
WMN 5 Introduction to Women's Studies (4 units)
WMN 11 Women in Global Perspective (4 units)
ANTH 2A Cultural Anthropology (4 units)
ANTH 2B Patterns of Culture (4 units)
GEOG 2 Human Geography (4 units)
GEOG 10 World Regional Geography (4 units)
HIST 9 History of Contemporary Europe (4 units)
or HIST 9H Honors History of Contemporary Europe (4 units)
HIST 20 History of Russia & the Soviet Union (4 units)
MUS 8 Music of Multicultural America (4 units)
or MUS 8H Honors Music of Multicultural America (4 units)
PHIL 24 Comparative World Religions: East (4 units)
PHIL 25 Comparative World Religions: West (4 units)
POLI 1 Political Science: Introduction to American Government & Politics (5 units)
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