Hist 15A - Sections 1 and 2 M/W - US History/Political Science

Time: M/W: 9 am (sect. 1), 10:30 am (sect. 2)

Location: DMH 150


Hist 15A/B is a two-semester, interdisciplinary, team-taught course about the history and government of the United States. When taken in consecutive semesters with the same instructors, Hist 15A/B fulfills the American Institutions requirements for U.S. History, U.S. Constitution, and California Government (F 1-2-3). It also fulfills six credits of the Social Sciences requirement in Core GE (D2: Comparative Systems and D3: Social Issues). You must complete the entire two-semester sequence in order to fulfill the requirements and earn the six credits. This course provides a multicultural framework for the study of American history and government. Note: The History Department recommends that students take Hist/PoliSci 15A before Hist /PoliSci 15B. If you have already taken POLS1 or POLS101, you may not take HIST 15A/B.

Final key term handout


Syllabus section 1


Syllabus section 2