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HIS 104 - African-American History II: since 1865 - WR | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
HIS 104 - African-American History II: since 1865 - WR

This is a survey of African-American history since Reconstruction era to present. It examines their epic journey as reflected in the decades of segregation, World War I, urban life in the north, the Great Depression, World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement. The course also covers the economic, social, cultural and political developments connected with the presidency of Barack Obama and the era of globalization. Three class hours. (SUNY-AH)

3 Credits

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (HIS 104-CC1, CH1)
    Students research Rochester’s history and present to the college during college hour as well has having an open reception to be attended by Rochester historians, library officials and interviewees and possibly by City Council. Results will also be published in the Spring edition of Rochester History.
    (10 hours - option) F-12
 
  • Service Project (HIS 108-CC1)
    Students research Rochester’s history and present to the college during college hour as well has having an open reception to be attended by Rochester historians, library officials and interviewees and possibly by City Council. Results will also be published in the Spring edition of Rochester History.
    (10 hours - option) F-12
 
HIS 112 - United States History II - since 1865 - WR | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
HIS 112 - United States History II - since 1865 - WR

A survey of the reconstruction of the nation after the Civil War, the rise of industrial and urban dominance, the struggles affecting agriculture, industry and labor, the growth of the American empire, and the increasing role of government in American life. Three class hours. (SUNY-AH)

3 Credits

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (HIS 112-CC1)
    Students research Rochester’s history and present to the college during college hour as well has having an open reception to be attended by Rochester historians, library officials and interviewees and possibly by City Council. Results will also be published in the Spring edition of Rochester History.
    (10 hours - option) F-12
 
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