United States History I
U.S. History I is a required course at most colleges, for majors from Liberal Arts to Economics, Science to Political Science, and most anything in between. It’s usually taught in overcrowded classes to hundreds of incoming freshman. Why not skip the lecture halls and take it online, in the comfort of your own home?
You’ll start U.S. History I at the beginning: with the civilizations that were here before the European colonists arrived, and you will end in 1877, just after the Civil War and Reconstruction. Along the way, you will examine the development of political, religious, economic, and social institutions. You’ll learn how the Industrial Revolution and Western movement changed the lives of Americans. And, of course, you’ll analyze the specific causes of the American Revolution and the Civil War, and their resulting impact on politics, the economy, and society.
Online United States History I is transferable for 3-credits and comes with:
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