Course Catalog: History

HI 0000 0.0
Supp Instruction

HI ELEC 1.0
History Elective

HI ELEC2 1.0
History Elective

HI ELEC3 1.0
History Elective

HI GEN 2.0
History Gen Ed Elective
Course meets General Education requirements

HI GEN2 1.0
Meets History Gen Ed Req

HI GEN3 1.0
Meets History Gen Ed Requirement

HI 100 1.0
U.S&State Constitution Competency
An examination of the provisions and principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Missouri in accordance with the provisions of MO.Rs 170.011 reqiring the study of the federal and state constitutions. This course is intended for transfer students who have not otherwise met this state requirement.
Prerequisite: None

HI 101 3.0
U.S. History to 1865
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the United States from the arrival of the first native peoples through the end of the Civil War. U.S.History 1103 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of federal and state constitutions.
Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into ENG 101.

HI 102 3.0
US History 1865-1945
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the history of the United States from Reconstruction through the end of World War II. U.S. History 1203 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of the federal and state constitutions. Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into EN*1223 or EN*1233

HI 103 3.0
U.S. History 1945-Present
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the history of the United States from the end of World War II to the present era. HI 1303 U.S. History 1945-Present complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of the federal and state constitutions.
Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into ENG 101

HI 270 1.0
I.S.-History
A specialized program of study independently completed by the student. The program of study is directly related to the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and a student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor

HI 280 1.0
Spec Topics-History
A focused study of a specific historical topic not usually part of the regular History course offering curriculum. Special topics courses are typically offered to accommodate the special interest of students and/or faculty.
Prerequisite: None

HI 1001 1.0
U.S&State Constitution Competency
An examination of the provisions and principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Missouri in accordance with the provisions of MO.Rs 170.011 reqiring the study of the federal and state constitutions. This course is intended for transfer students who have not otherwise met this state requirement.
Prerequisite: None

HI 1103 3.0
U.S. History to 1865
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the United States from the arrival of the first native peoples through the end of the Civil War. U.S.History 1103 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of federal and state constitutions. Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS 1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who successfully completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not enroll in the module. WRT, HOT, CON, SBS
Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into EN 1223 or EN 1233.

HI 1303 3.0
U.S. History 1945-Present
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the history of the United States from the end of World War II to the present era. HI 1303 U.S. History 1945-Present complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of the federal and state constitutions. Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS 1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who successfully completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not enroll in the module. WRT, HOT, CON, SBS,
Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into EN*1223 or EN*1233

HI 1403 3.0
Mo.&Miss. Valley History
A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and events that have shaped the history of Missouri and the Mississippi River Valley from the arrival of the first native peoples through the present era. (Field trips may be required.) SBS
Prerequisite: None

HI 2802 3.0
Heritage Stds Lec
A focused study of varying duration that includes both lectures and historical site tours. Historical and cultural themes are the primary emphasis of study.
Prerequisite: None

HI 2803 3.0
Heritage Stds Tour
A focused study of varying duration that includes both lectures and historical site tours. Historical and cultural themes are the primary emphasis of study.
Prerequisite: None

HI 2903 3.0
World History Since 1945
A focused study of the major events of world history from the end of the Second World War to the present. Topics include social and economic change, diplomacy and political change, the emergence of the Superpowers, the Cold War, the end of colonialism, and discussions of the world areas of Asia, Africa, and Latin America both in terms of domestic conflicts and as arenas for superpower conflict. SBS, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: Appropriate coursework or placement scores into EN*1223 or EN*1233