U.S. History - SOC310
In this course, students will study the role of and investigate the relationship between events of different time periods in American history; beginning with an exploration of the nations pre-reconstruction period. Learners will further study the significance of the American Revolution in the industrial development of the United States; understand the structure and function of the United States government established by the Constitution; explore the territorial growth of the United States before the Civil War; examine the expansion of the political system and social rights before the Civil War; and understand the significance of the Civil War Era to the United States.
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- Semester: Semester 1
- SKU: SOC310-5
- Category: Social Sciences