History

Student Transfer Achievement Reform (STAR) Act (SB1440)

Associate in Arts
Transfer Preparation* (Major Code: 01795)

History is the study of all human experience. History examines the people, institutions, ideas, and events of the past and present. History is a social science that studies and analyzes the chronological, geographical, national, and ethnic accounts of what we believe to be the human record.

Program Student Learning Outcome Statement

  • Student will be able to write a term paper,that demonstrates their command of research, critical thinking, content development, with coherent sentence structure and command of historical facts.

The following is required for all AA-T or AS-T degrees:

  • Completion of minimum 60 semester or 90 quarter units of degree applicable courses.
  • Minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU transferable coursework.
  • Minimum grade of “C” (or “Pass”) for each course in the major.
  • Completion of the California State University General Education (CSU GE) Breadth pattern or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern.  For more information, refer to the catalog section, “Certificate of Achievement” under Graduation, Certificates, and Degree Requirements.
Required Core
HIST 100AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I3
HIST 101AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II3
List A
HIST 106WORLD HISTORY I3
or HIST 104 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I
HIST 107WORLD HISTORY II3
or HIST 105 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II
List B
Select one course each from Area 1 and Area 2.
Area 1
Select 3-6 units of the following:3-6
A. Any diversity course 1
WORLD HISTORY I
WORLD HISTORY II
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II
FILIPINO-AMERICAN HISTORY
FILIPINO-AMERICAN HISTORY
WOMEN IN WORLD HISTORY
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
MASCULINITY
RACE AND ETHNICITY
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES
MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE
FILIPINO-AMERICAN CULTURE
MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE
LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE
CHICANO LITERATURE
AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
LITERATURE OF THE U.S. - MEXICO BORDERLANDS AND BAJA CALIFORNIA
LITERATURE BY WOMEN
INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ
ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA, AND INDIGENOUS NORTH AMERICAS
ART AND CULTURE OF PRE-HISPANIC MEXICO
ASIAN ART
Women in Western Art History, 1550--- PRESENT
ART HISTORY SURVEY---STONE AGE TO THE AGES OF FAITH
ART HISTORY-RENAISSANCE TO CONTEMPORARY
NINETEENTH THROUGH TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ART
INTRODUCTION TO GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES
WOMEN AND GENDER IN WORLD CULTURE
WOMEN AND GENDER IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
WOMEN AND GENDER IN WORLD ART
B. A language other than English 2
INTERMEDIATE TAGALOG I
ASL 120
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
ASL 130
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II
MANDARIN CHINESE I
MANDARIN CHINESE II
ELEMENTARY FILIPINO I
ELEMENTARY FILIPINO II
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN II
BEGINNING JAPANESE I
INTRODUCTORY ELEMENTARY JAPANESE
and CONTINUATION OF ELEMENTARY JAPANESE
BEGINNING JAPANESE II
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE I
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE II
ELEMENTARY PORTUGUESE I
ELEMENTARY PORTUGUESE II
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
INTRODUCTION TO ELEMENTARY SPANISH
and CONTINUATION OF ELEMENTARY SPANISH
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS I
SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS II
INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE FOR BILINGUALS
INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION AND WRITING ON SPANISH CULTURE
INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION AND WRITING ON LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE
Area 2
Select 3 units of the following:3
Any history course 3
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
PRINCIPLES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Total Units18-21