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1 250 HISTORY History College of Arts and Sciences Department of History Bachelor of Arts Minor History Women s Studies (for program requirements, refer to the Women's Studies section in this catalog) Subject Matter Preparation Program History/Social Science Faculty Howard Holter Department Chair John W. Auld, Donald Teruo Hata, Nancy Caro Hollander, Lynn Lucciano, Linda Pomerantz, Frank Stricker, Clement Okafor Udeze Ineki Codd, Administrative Support Assistant Department Office: SBS A-326, (310) Emeriti Faculty Enrique Cortes, Judson A. Grenier, Donald A. MacPhee Program Description The department offers an undergraduate Major and Minor in History. The History Major also provides partial history subject matter content for teachers in Liberal Studies, secondary education, undergraduate subject matter for community college history teaching, and a basis for further training in traditional history graduate programs. History majors may apply for the Jack Kilfoil scholarship. Consult the History Department for more information. Undergraduate The History Program is structured to provide a wide range of topical and area courses. These courses emphasize the methods historians use to find and evaluate evidence and analyze historical theories. History courses are suited both for use as general electives or as part of several interdisciplinary majors. Preparation High school students are encouraged to take broadly based humanities and social science courses. Students transferring from community colleges may apply appropriate lower division courses towards the major, especially courses in western civilization. Career Possibilities The study of history will give students an understanding of modern society through a review of the past and equip them with the broad cultural background essential to the study of education, literature, law, government, communications, public service and business. Students may prepare for a career in teaching Social Science at the secondary level (junior high or high school) by completing an approved "Subject Matter Preparation Program." Completion of such a program is the first step in meeting the state requirements for a teaching credential. As the program requirements for the "Subject Matter Preparation Program" in social science have changed recently, interested students should consult the departmentally designated advisor for current information. Student Organizations Phi Alpha Theta (PAT): An international history honor society. The Tau Epsilon chapter promotes the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. Graduation With Honors An undergraduate student may be a candidate for graduation with Honors in History provided he or she meets the following criteria: 1. A minimum of 36 units in residence at CSU Dominguez Hills; 2. A minimum grade point average of at least 3.5 in all courses used to satisfy the upper division requirements in the major; 3. Recommendation by the faculty of the History Department. Academic Advisement The History Program is not highly structured and allows flexibility. Therefore, students are expected to seek faculty advisement when they first enter the program and routinely thereafter. Faculty advisors work with students to provide information about departmental requirements, course availability, course work and career planning. Advisors will also help students prepare for graduate work in History. All history majors must have on file a History Advisement Form, available from the department office. Faculty advisors will also aid students in the preparation of a portfolio containing materials from the student's work and to be used in subsequent review of the Department's program. Students expecting to graduate must also fill out a Graduation Advisement form by the third week of the semester prior to the expected semester of graduation. Both forms must be filled out in consultation with a designated History Department undergraduate advisor. 40 History 250

2 HISTORY 251 Bachelor of Arts in History Total Course Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree See the "Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree" in the University Catalog for complete details on general degree requirements. A minimum of 40 units, including those required for the major, must be upper division. Elective Requirements Completion of elective courses (beyond the requirements listed below) to reach a total of a minimum of 120 units. General Education Requirements (54-60 units) See the "General Education" requirements in the University Catalog or the Class Schedule for the most current information on General Education requirements and course offerings. United States History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement (6 units) See the "United States History, Constitution, and American Ideals" requirements in the University Catalog. Courses used to satisfy this requirement do not apply to General Education. Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement See the "Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement" in the University Catalog. Minor Requirements Student completing this major will need to complete a minor in another field. Major Requirements (36 units) The following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, are required of all candidates for this degree. A. Lower Division Required Courses (6 units) HIS 120. World Civilizations I (3) HIS 121. World Civilizations II (3) B. Upper Division Requirements (30 units) 1. Required Courses (9 units) HIS 300. Research and Writing Skills (3) HIS 304. Theory and Practice in History (3) HIS 490. Senior Seminar in History (3) NOTE: HIS 300 should be the first upper division course taken. 2. Select three courses in non-u.s. history (no more than two courses per continent) from the courses numbered 305, , and 395, when the subject is appropriate (9 units). 3. Select three courses in U.S. history. Two should be period courses, selected from the courses numbered One should be topical, selected from the courses numbered or 395, when the subject is appropriate (9 units). 4. Select one topical upper division course selected from the courses numbered 301, 302, , , 395 or any 400-level course (except 490). Minor in History (15 units) A. Required Courses (6 units) HIS 300. Research and Writing Skills (3) HIS 490. Senior Seminar in History (3) NOTE: Students must have completed HIS 300 prior to taking HIS 490. B. Electives (9 units): Select three upper division courses with the assistance of an advisor. Subject Matter Preparation Program in History/Social Science The History/Social Science Subject Matter Preparation Program is designed for students interested in a career teaching history/ social science at the secondary school level. The program satisfies the requirements set by the State Commission on Teacher Credentialing for demonstrating substantive preparation in the subject matter field of social science. Completion of an approved subject matter preparation program or passing comprehensive examinations in the subject matter field fulfills one part of the requirements leading to the Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Science. While the subject matter program in history/social science is not an academic major, credits earned toward the student s major and minor can be used to meet many of the requirements of the subject matter program. Students interested in pursuing a teaching career at the secondary level should meet regularly with a designated social science subject matter preparation program advisor. Core Requirements in Subjects Commonly Taught (42 units) A. History (18 units) 1. World History (6 units) HIS 120. World Civilizations I (3) HIS 121. World Civilizations II (3) 2. U.S. History (9 units) HIS 101. History of the United States (3) One of the following courses in pre-modern American History (3 units): HIS 330. United States: Colonial Period (3) HIS 331. United States: Revolutionary and Constitutional Period (3) HIS 332. United States: Early National Period (3) HIS 333. United States: Civil War and Reconstruction (3) One of the following courses in modern American History (3 units): HIS 334. Emergence of Modern America (3) HIS 335. United States: War and Depression (3) HIS 336. United States: Recent Period (3) 3. California History (3 units) HIS 341. California (3) 40 History 251

3 252 HISTORY B. Citizenship and Politics (9 units) POL 101. American Institutions (3) One of the following courses in American political process (3 units): POL 314. American Political Parties and Elections (3) POL 315. Congress and President (3) POL 354. American Political Thought (3) POL 360. American Constitutional Law: Distribution of Power (3) POL 361. American Constitutional Law: Civil Rights (3) One of the following courses on the international political system (3 units): POL 100. General Studies Political Science: World Perspectives (3) POL 334. American Foreign Policy (3) POL 335. International Politics (3) POL 338. Global Planning and the Future (3) C. Geography (6 units) GEO 100. Earth, the Human Home (3) GEO 360. North America (3) D. Economics (6 units) ECO 210. Economic Theory 1A Microeconmics (3) ECO 211. Economic Theory 1B Macroeconomics (3) E. Behavioral Science (3 units) One course from Anthropology, Psychology or Sociology Requirements for Breadth and Perspectives (28 units) A. Cultural Diversity (3 units) SBS 318. Cultural Pluralism (3) (Students are to select a section from those approved by the History/Social Science Program Coordinator which study three or more ethnic groups/cultures in the American Context) B. Integrative Studies (3 units) One of the following courses: ECO 315. American Economic History (3) GEO 350. World Geography (3) HUM 310. Key Concepts (3) HUM 312. Key Movements (3) HUM 314. Key Issues (3) SMT 310. Science and Technology (3) C. Breadth in California Studies (6 units) GEO 359. Geography of California (3) POL 312. State and Local Government: Organization and Problems (3) D. Gender Perspectives (3 units) One of the following courses: CHS 460. La Latina (3) HIS 380. Women in History (3) IDS 320. Interdisciplinary Topics in Human Studies (gender theme only) POL 325. Women and Politics (3) PSY 376. Psychology of Gender (3) SOC 334. Women in Society (3) E. Historical Breadth (6 units) One course in U.S. Ethnic History from the following: APP 301. Asian-Pacific Populations in Contemporary American Society (3) HIS 343. The Afro-American from Africa through Reconstruction (3) HIS 344. The Afro-American from Reconstruction to the Present (3) HIS 345. History of the Mexican American People I (3) HIS 346. History of the Mexican American People II (3) One course in world regional or thematic history from the following: HIS 305. World History for Teachers (3) HIS 310. The Ancient World (3) HIS 311. Early Middle Ages (3) HIS 312. The High Middle Ages (3) HIS 313. Renaissance and Reformation (3) HIS 314. Emergence of Modern Europe (3) HIS 315. Twentieth Century Europe (3) HIS 316. Tudor-Stuart England (3) HIS 317. Modern England (3) [I] HIS 318. Russia Under the Tsars (3) HIS 319. Twentieth Century Russia (3) HIS 360. Africa: Pre-colonial Period (3) HIS 361. Africa: Colonialism to Independence (3) HIS 362. Traditional China (3) HIS 363. Modern China (3) HIS 364. Traditional Japan (3) HIS 365. Modern Japan (3) HIS 366. Latin America: Colonial Period (3) HIS 367. Latin America: National Period (3) HIS 368. Mexico: Colonial Period (3) HIS 369. Mexico: National Period (3) HIS 379. The Family in History (3) F. Religious Ethical Perspectives (3 units) PHI 383. Comparative Religions (3) G. Social Science Theory/Methods (3 units) One of the following courses: ECO 327. Public Finance (3) ECO 380. The Economics of Urban Areas (3) GEO 346. Political Geography (3) [I] HIS 300. Research and Writing Skills (3) HIS 304. Theory and Practice of History (3) HIS 376. Film as History (3) POL 251. Quantitative Methods of Political Analysis (3) H. Classroom Observation and Participation (1 unit) TED 305. Introduction to the Urban/Multicultural Classroom (1) 40 History 252

4 HISTORY 253 Course Offerings The credit value for each course in semester units is indicated for each term by a number in parentheses following the title. Departments may indicate the term in which they expect to offer the course by the use of: F (fall), S (spring) or EOY (every other year). Lower Division HIS 100 Perspectives on the Present (3) FS. Exploration of the ways in which history and historians provide perspective and background analysis of current issues. Focus on case studies, such as: the civil rights movement; the family in history; cycles of economic depression; colonial independence movements; origins of modern science. HIS 101 History of the United States (3) FS. A study of the ideals, creeds, institutions, and behavior of the peoples of the United States. Meets the State requirement in U.S. History. HIS 120 World Civilizations I (3) FS. The rise and development of key world civilizations from ancient times to Emphasis upon ideas, cultures, individuals and institutions that are part of the world's heritage. HIS 121 World Civilizations II (3) FS. Contacts and conflicts among peoples and nations of the world from 1500 to the present. Emphasis upon ideas, movements, individuals and institutions that have shaped the modern world. Upper Division HIS 300 Research and Writing Skills (3) FS. Prerequisites: Freshman level writing courses. Critical skills for historical research and writing, including the use of library resources, reading and reviewing techniques, interpreting documents and evaluating evidence, and methods for effective classroom presentations and research papers. HIS 301 Individual, Family, and Community in Historic Perspective (3) FS. Concentrates upon factors that contribute to shaping of individual, family, community, and regional history. Emphasis upon personal histories and individual relationships to immediate environment. Includes ethnic settlements, historic sites, oral histories, generations. HIS 302 Practicum in Applied History (3) FS. Prerequisite: HIS 300 or consent of instructor. Community based historical investigation, including oral history, family history, and institutional history. Students work with community groups, agencies or institutions and consult weekly with a faculty supervisor. Total of 120 hours of activity. HIS 304 Theory and Practice of History (3) F. Prerequisite: HIS 300 is recommended. An examination of the works and theories of the great historians, exploration of the major philosophies of history and review of the current trends of the field of history. HIS 305 World History for Teachers (3) F. Topics in world histor y as taught in grades 6, 7 and 10 in California schools. Thematic approaches using topical and case study methods and emphasizing primary source materials for teaching. HIS 310 The Ancient World (3) F. The survey of the history of the ancient world with emphasis on the earliest civilizations of the Near East, classical Greece, and the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. HIS 311 Early Middle Ages Europe from the decline of the ancient Mediterranean civilization of Rome to the mid-eleventh century; political, economic, institutional, and cultural changes and developments. HIS 312 The High Middle Ages Europe from the mid-eleventh century to the fourteenth century; emphasis on the fortunes of Empire and Papacy, the renaissance of the twelfth century, economic and institutional developments. HIS 313 Renaissance and Reformation The Italian Renaissance through the Thirty Years War ; the rise of national states, the Protestant revolt, the Counter-Reformation, the hegemony of Spain, and the attendant commercial revolution of the Atlantic World. HIS 314 Emergence of Modern Europe The dissolution of traditional societies in Europe and the emergence of modern ideology, from the Enlightenment through the French and Industrial revolutions to the period of internal strife and power politics at the end of the 19th century. HIS 315 Twentieth Century Europe The formation of present-day Europe amid continued industrialization, war, social and political ferment from the opening of the century to the present. HIS 316 Tudor-Stuart England England clears path to world power. From the Tudors through mid-eighteenth century. Reformation, Civil War, Revolution. Agricultural and Commercial revolution, Classical Age of the Constitution. Main focus on eras of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, and the Civil War. HIS 318 Russia Under the Tsars A survey of the Russian people, culture and historical developments, from Medieval Muscovy to the Bolshevik Revolution of Topics of emphasis: Ivan the Terrible, age of Peter the Great, development of Russian religion, rise of Russian communism, fall of the monarchy, Russian literature. HIS 319 Twentieth Century Russia A survey of the Russian people and Soviet society from the rise of communism to the present. Topics of emphasis: Russian Revolution, development of communism, Stalinism, foreign policy, literature and the arts, socialist economic structure. HIS 330 United States: Colonial Period The discovery, founding and expansion of colonial settlements to The relation of European institutions and plans to American ideas, experience, and reality. HIS 331 United States: Revolutionary and Constitutional Period Evolution of the revolutionary movement in the North American colonies. Anglo- American imperial problems, culminating in the Confederation period and the drafting of the American Constitution, 1740 to HIS 332 United States: Early National Period A study of the national experience from the Constitution through the era of sectional conflict. Includes expansion of the Union westward, the emergence of a national character, and sectional rivalries leading to conflict at mid-century. HIS 333 United States: Civil War and Reconstruction (3) F. Social, political, and economic origins of sectionalism and breakup of the Union; military campaigns and the home front in wartime; reconstruction in the South. Focus on the years and their legacy to later generations. HIS 334 Emergence of Modern America (3) S. The triumph of the industrial revolution in the post-civil War period and the response of agrarian and progressive protest. The rise of the United States to world power and involvement in international affairs prior to World War I. 40 History 253

5 254 HISTORY HIS 335 United States: War and Depression (3) F. Major developments in American life and institutions from the beginning of World War I to the end of World War II. Consideration of the social, economic, and political implications of prosperity, depression, and two world wars. HIS 336 United States: Recent Period (3) S. Major developments in American life and institutions since World War II. Consideration of domestic politics from Truman to Reagan, effects of mass technology, the civil rights struggle, and confrontations with the communist world. HIS 340 The American Frontier (3) EOY. Evaluation of successive American wests from colonial times and their reciprocal impact upon American society; the frontier hypothesis in historiography and its extension to comparative frontiers in other lands. HIS 341 California (3) FS. The social, political, and cultural history of California, from the period of Spanish exploration to the present; emphasis on adjustments of differing ethnic groups. HIS 343 The Afro-American from Africa Through Reconstruction Consideration of the impact of general historical development upon Black Americans and their significance in American history, with attention to political, economic, legal, social, and cultural aspects; includes study of the institution of slavery and the struggle for freedom. HIS 344 The Afro-American from Reconstruction to the Present Impact of general historical development upon Black Americans and their significance in United States history, with attention to political, economic, legal, social, and cultural aspects. Study of race relations and the circumstances and aspirations of the Black American in an industrial age. HIS 345 History of the Mexican American People I (3) F. Mexican American life to 1900, stressing the evolution of economic and political thought, social institutions, and cultural expressions. HIS 346 History of the Mexican American People II (3) S. The Mexican American s contributions to the building of the Southwest; the clash between Mexicans and North Americans; the emergence of the urban Mexican American. HIS 348 Labor in American Society (3) FS. The role of labor in the political, economic, and social life of the U.S., including growth of organized labor, rival ideologies, legal decisions, and contributions of various ethnic groups, from the colonial period to the present. HIS 349 History of Urban America Historical urban processes from colonial times to the present; emergence of heterogeneous, fragmented cities; causes of urbanization, character of urban life; and the consequences of immigration and industrialization; includes urban physical development and architecture. HIS 351 History of American Law (3) EOY. Examination of the origins and development of the American legal system and one or more areas of law-contracts, torts, family law, personal rights, etc. HIS 360 Africa: Pre-colonial Period (3) F. An analysis designed to develop the students interpretive understanding of the historical and political developments in African societies; concentration on the tribal foundations of African civilizations. HIS 361 Africa: Colonialism to Independence (3) S. Social, economic, and political development in 19th and 20th century Africa, emphasizing religious revivals in Central and Western Sudan, impact of European imperialism on traditional institutions, colonialism and nationalism, regaining political independence in the 1960's. HIS 362 Traditional China The origins and evolution of Chinese civilization and the influence of China on East Asia prior to the 19th century Western impact. HIS 363 Modern China China from 1840 to the present. Western impact on traditional China and the Chinese response. Analysis of attempts to modernize China. A history of the Chinese communist movement since Society, politics and culture of the People s Republic of China focusing on the era of Mao Zedong ( ). HIS 364 Traditional Japan Origins and evolution of Japanese social, cultural, intellectual, and political traditions until the 19th Century Western impact. Foundation for comparison and contrast of Japan before and after the Meiji Restoration. HIS 365 Modern Japan Japan from the late Tokugawa period to the present. Western impact on traditional Japan and the Japanese response; the development of a modern state, economy, and society. HIS 366 Latin America: Colonial Period (3) F. Colonial Latin America from pre- Columbian civilizations to the wars of independence, emphasizing mechanisms of empire established by the Spanish and Portuguese and acculturation between conquering Europeans and colonized Indian and African peoples. HIS 367 Latin America: National Period (3) S. Latin America from the wars of independence to the present, with topical emphasis on the historical roots of underdevelopment, class conflict, and attempts by revolutionary and conservative movements to resolve political instability and economic dependency. HIS 368 Mexico: Colonial Period (3) F. The history of the pre-columbian civilizations, including the Mayas and Aztecs, the Spanish conquest, and the development of colonial society and institutions that led to the movement for independence. HIS 369 Mexico: National Period (3) S. The development of Mexico since independence with emphasis on the evolution of its political, economic, and social institutions. HIS 376 Film as History (3) S. The historical analysis of films as manuscripts and source materials for social and intellectual thought in the twentieth century. Emphasis to vary from semester to semester, for example: Film as History: The Great Depression; or Film as History: Latin America. HIS 379 The Family in History (3) F. Family relationships, sexual attitudes, patterns of growing up and growing old in various societies, and minority groups, as they have evolved with social and economic changes in various historical contexts. HIS 380 Women in History (3) S. Changing role of women in the family, political economy and culture of various societies. Topics vary, for example, Women in History: Sex Roles in North and South America; Women in History: Women in China; Women in History: Sex roles and Feminism in the United States. HIS 395 Special Topics in History (3) FS. Intensive study of a single period, area, figure, movement, or idea in history. Topic may be either departmental or interdisciplinary, but focus is historical, and may be single instructor or team taught. Example: Special Topics: Revolution. 40 History 254

6 HISTORY 255 HIS 490 Senior Seminar in History (3) FS. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor is required. History majors and minors must have completed HIS 300. Others should have completed writing proficiency requirement. Collective examination of a topic in depth. Students will undertake a major research project utilizing historical skills. Three hours of seminar per week. HIS 494 Independent Study (1-3) FS. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor is required. Independent study of a particular problem under the direction of a faculty member of the History Department. Infrequently Offered Courses The following courses are schedule only on a "demand" basis. Students should consult the department office for information about the next scheduled offering. HIS 317 Modern England England achieves world power. From mid- 18th century to the present. Industrial Revolution, achievement of democracy and the welfare state, the impact of war, and changing world role. HIS 342 History of Los Angeles (3) F. Los Angeles history from its beginnings to the present, including historical development of cities and towns in greater L.A. Topics include ethnic contributions, industrial and commercial development, labor movement, transportation, natural resources, and architectural development. HIS 352 Topics in the History of U.S. Foreign Relations Foreign policy by topics or eras. Examples: U.S. Revolutionary period, U.S. policy in Asia, the Cold War era, the U.S. and the Third World in the twentieth century. Topics will vary and be listed in the class schedule. HIS 373 The City in History (3). The rise of the city from earliest times to the present tracing the establishment and growth of cities as institutions and the development of the process of urbanization; comparison of selected cities. HIS 381 Across the Pacific: Asian and Pacific Peoples and the Americas (3). A survey history of Asian and Pacific contacts with North, Central and South America and the Pacific Basin, including immigration and acculturation, diplomatic and commercial relations, legal and political issues, and cross-cultural contributions. HIS 430 Oral History (3). Theory, principles and practices of oral history, including research preparation, interviewing techniques, transcription practices, preparation for public use, conservation and mechanical techniques. Individual or group project included. 40 History 255

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