HIST 2111 56G - U S History I (to 1865)
Explores the major themes and issues in American history from early settlement through the end of the American Civil War. Emphasizes the political, social, economic, and cultural dimensions of United States history; causal relationships and patterns of change and continuity over time; and the significance of ethnicity, gender, race, and class in historical events.
College of Arts & Humanities
||JAN 13, 2020
||MAR 07, 2020
||Time of Day
||Intnet - INTERNET BASED COURSE
|Instructor(s):Mary "Montgomery" Wolf
||Open Seats:1 of 1 as of 02/28/2020 05:31:46
eCore Introduction Quiz
||Instructional Method: Entirely at a distance (E)
eCore Introduction Quiz is required before registering. This 8-week course is taught completely online through eCore and moves at an accelerated pace. Please discuss this option with your advisor before registering. This course utilizes free digital resources in lieu of a textbook.
Additional Charges: This course requires one or two proctored examinations to verify student identity and maintain academic rigor. These exams may be taken with an approved testing service at a cost of $20 per exam.