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One course from the following:
- Analyze the origins and consequences of historical events and developments.
- Understand ideas in their historical context and explore diverse interpretations of the past by critically assessing both primary and secondary historical sources.
- Evaluate historical arguments by analyzing major assertions, background assumptions, and explanatory evidence.
- Use a historical perspective to understand the world today and address contemporary issues
Skill Applied Learning Requirements
- Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop critical thinking and systems thinking skills.
- Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop information literacy skills; Must include an information literacy exercise.
- Must incorporate opportunities for students to read critically and to analyze contextually a wide variety of sources and to write extensively.
- Must include graded writing components.
Category Learning Objectives Student Evaluation
HIST 201 and HIST 202 are by transfer or via dual credit courses.