HIS1100 Survey of US History I

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: STAFF

Course Description:

This course will encompass the history of the United States up to 1877. The students will analyize the period of early North American exploration and colonization through the Reconstruction era. Specific emphasis will be placed on the social, cultural, political, and economic evolution of the United States.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Creating a new culture and cultural identity requires adapting to the needs of a growing population and a developing culture. As a growing body of immigrants with varying values, there can be times of challenge and uncertainty. This course helps prepare students to understand how the concept of Manifest destiny was a primary guiding force in the creation and growth of the United States.

Why This Course Is Important:

The development of a new country is usually broader than our own missional concerns. This course is needed to expand our understanding of the complexities of creating a new country and how God has influenced its direction.