HI176

HI176 – American History to 1865

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Course ID
HI176
Department
History
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
Fall 2022, Fall 2022: Term 1: August 15 -December 2, 2022, Fall 2022: Term 2: August 15 -October 7, 2022, Fall 2022: Term 3: September 12 -October 21, 2022, Fall 2022: Term 4: October 11 -December 2, 2022, Fall 2022: Term 5: October 31 -December 9, 2022, Spring 2022: Term 1: January 10-April 29, Spring 2022: Term 2: January 10-March 4, Spring 2022: Term 3: January 31-March 11, Spring 2022: Term 4: March 14-May 6, Spring 2022: Term 5: March 21-April 29, Summer 2022: Term 2: May 31 – July 22, Summer 2022: Term 3: May 31 – July 8
Credit
3
Method
Online

HI176 American History to 1865 HI 176 provides students with an excellent introductory study in American History from 1492 to 1865. Topics of focus prior to the first examination include the Age of Discovery and European Expansion, the temper of European-Indigenous American “first contact”, early colonial wars and culture, the growth of the Anglo-American rift, and the American Revolution.

The second half of the course examines the failures of the early Confederation, America’s struggle to establish a constitutional Republic, the challenges of our first four executive administrations, Jacksonian Democracy and the transformation of America’s 19th century sociopolitical landscape, and an analysis of America’s bloody Civil War.

Prerequisite: None

Required Text

HI176 American History to 1865 is equivalent to

  • Dodge City Community College – HIST101 American History I
  • Pratt Community College – HST176 American History to 1865
  • Seward County Community College – HS1303 American History I 1492-1877

Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.