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SyllabusTulsa Community CollegeHISTORY 1493Spring, 2017HIST 1493 Professor: Dr. Phil SmithU.S. History Civil War Era-PresentOffice No.: MC602OnlineOffice Phone: (918) 595-7125January 9 – March 2, 2017Office Hours: M: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMW: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM1:00 PM – 2:00 PMT: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM (Online)Email: [email protected]
TO CONTACT THE DIVISION OFFICE:Liberal Arts: Department Chair: Dr. Kurt LivelyOffice No.: MC 534 Phone No.: 595-7126TO CONTACTACADEMIC & CAMPUS SERVICES:Director: George H. BlackOffice: MC1008Phone: 595-7153Distance Learning MC2009 Phone No.: 595-7282; Toll Free: 1 (888)-822-2973Course Website Address: COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:NoneREQUIRED BOOK:A Better War: The Unexamined Victories and Final Tragedy of America’s Last Years in Vietnam, by Lewis Sorley. San Diego: A Harvest Book (Harcourt, Inc.), 1999. (ISBN 978-0-15-601309-3). OPTIONAL TEXTBOOKVisions of America: A History of the United States, Vol. II, Third Edition, by Keene, Cornell, and O’Donnell, Pearson Publisher, (ISBN-10: 0-205-99436-9 ).Textbooks may be purchased at the TCC Northeast Campus. Be sure the book you purchase is the one listed above! The TCC Campus stores have an Online Bookstore website that allows students to purchase their Internet course books online. The link to this Bookstore can be found on Blackboard's Welcome page.CATALOG DESCRIPTIONA survey of the unfolding of United States history from the Reconstruction Era after the Civil War to the present day. The study includes social, economic, and political aspects of American life and follows the development of the United States as a world power.
GENERAL EDUCATION GOAL STATEMENTThe General Education Goals are designed to ensure that graduates of Tulsa Community College have the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to carry them successfully through their work and their personal lives. General Education Goals relevant to this course include Critical Thinking, Effective Communication, Civic Responsibility, Global Awareness, and Computer Proficiency.Program Learning OutcomesProgram Learning Outcomes detail the knowledge, skills and abilities that you as a studentwill demonstrate upon successful completion of your program.Identify key events that define change or continuity over time in a particular place or regionDescribe how cultural forces affected historical eventsRecognize how factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, class, and region influence historicalnarratives.Interpret complex enduring themes and issuesAnalyze major historic events and figuresExplain the dynamics of cause and effect by way of historical eventsExamine historiography to recognize changing viewpoints and historical interpretationsApply historical methods, skills, and perspectives to contemporary issues.

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