Course #: HIST 265
Class #: 12435
Beginning with the history of North America prior to the voyages of Columbus, History 265 examines the impact of Europeans upon indigenous peoples, and studies the evolution of colonial settlements in British North America. It covers the causes and consequences of the American Revolution, the subsequent development of democratic political and social institutions, the emergence of transportation, market and industrial revolutions and the coming of the sectional conflict and Civil War.
1/25/2021 - 5/12/2021
Meaghan Duff (PI)
Instructor permission is required to register for this course after it has met once.
* Tuition estimate is based on minimum, single-course cost to a new student who is not enrolled in a multi-course program. State residency, online/in person modality, and matriculation to a degree program may affect cost.