HIST 2328 - Mexican American History II
3 Hours (3-0)
This course will assess the political, economic, cultural, and social history of the Mexican and Mexican American people in the United States. Although there will be coverage on the background that predates this period, the focus of the course will be placed on people and events since the latter quarter of the 19th century. The influence of multiculturalism on the U.S. will also be studied. History 2328 may be substituted for one semester of U.S. History. Prerequisites: Students must have satisfied the TSI readiness requirement in Reading.
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