The discipline of Social Sciences is based on individual human beings as they interact with other human beings singly and with groups. Knowledge is acquired and generated by the study of anthropology, history, sociology and certain aspects of geography as they relate to the human condition.
This concentration is aligned to a supplemental authorization in Social Sciences that can be added to your future credential. See a concentration advisor for more information.
|HIST 322||Modern America||4|
|Select from the following World History courses:||4|
|World History, Beginnings to 1000 CE 1|
|World History, 1000-1800|
|World History, 1800 - Present|
|Select from the following U.S. Government courses:||4|
|American and California Government|
|The American Presidency|
|United States Congress|
|Early American Political Thought|
|Contemporary American Political Thought|
|Select from the following World Civilization or World Culture courses:||4|
|European Thought 1800-2000|
|East Asian Culture and Civilization|
|Modern Middle East|
|Modern East Asia|
|Modern South and Southeast Asia|
|Modern Europe, 1789-1914|
|Modern Europe, 1914-Present|
|Modern Latin America|
|Modern Central America|
|Select from the following Social Systems courses:||4|
|The Social Construction of Whiteness|
|Identity and Equity in American Schools 2|
|The World System and Its Problems|
|Global Race and Ethnic Relations|
If course is taken to meet a Major or Support requirement, it may not be double-counted in the concentration.
This course may not count towards an Introductory Subject Matter Authorization in History/Social Sciences.