LSHST 201 History and Social Systems6 Credtis
This course emphasizes the role of human behavior in the development of American history. Students will gain an understanding of the sociological forces that have shaped history and our world. Special focus is placed upon the emigration of people from other parts of the world and how the internal population movements shaped our present time. A major part of the course is a study of history that examines the social, political, anthropological and military themes that have developed different generations of Americans, and that have formed the world we live in.
Prerequisite(s): LSENG 190 and LSLIT 110 .
Liberal Studies Core Course
Open to Liberal Studies Degree students.
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