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  Sep 20, 2017
 
NWCCD 2014-15 Catalog [Archived Catalog]


History AA



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 The History Program introduces students to the discipline of history.  Courses are designed to encourage and enhance critical writing and thinking skills and analytical thinking.  The program also focuses on helping students think problems through to logical conclusions, render informed decisions, and become productive citizens in a world of diversity and globalization.

The program prepares students to transfer as juniors to a university in the specialty they choose and includes a foreign language requirement often found in Baccalaureate programs.

History Program Outcomes

• Acquire basic factual historical knowledge.
• Reconstruct accurate historical sequences.
• Analyze basic historical phenomena.
• Evaluate various historical perspectives.
• Critique historical conflicts.
• Discriminate between viewpoints and sources.

Required Course of Study for AA Degree

 

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Total Degree Credit Hours: 60


Notes


 If students take POLS 1000 for the US and Wyoming Constitutions requirement, HIST 1251 is a suggested program elective.  Students cannot receive credit for both HIST 1211 and HIST 1210, HIST 1220 and HIST 1221.

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