7994 - History 11 - Class Information
Political and Social History of the United States I
Spring B 2009
3 Units, (UC: CSU)
A survey of major events, personages, and themes most significant to the political, economic and social development of this nation from it's New World beginings through the Civil War.
Meets: It meets the American History and Institutions requirements for the California State University system and the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement for all Universities.
InstructorBenjamin Christensen, M.A.
Office Hours: Tuesdays 5:00 - 8:00 PM, and Thursdays 4:00 - 8:00 PM
(818) 364-7600, ext. 7155
Classroom Location Schedule
|Saturday||L.A. City College||09:00 AM - 12:00 Noon||Da Vinci Hall, Rm. 307|
|Saturday||L.A. Southwest College||01:30 - 04:30 PM||Lecture Lab., Rm. 114|
|Sunday||L.A. Pierce College||09:00 AM - 12:00 Noon||Business Bldg., Rm. 3206|
|Sunday||L.A. Valley College||01:30 - 04:30 PM||Foreign Language Bldg., Rm. 108|
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American History: A Survey, Volume 1
- Author: Brinkley, Alan
- Edition: 13th Edition, 2009
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill
- ISBN: 978-0-0772-3855-1
Distance Learning Study Guide for The Unfinished Nation
- Author: Intelecom
- Edition: 2nd Edition, 2007
- Publisher: Intelecom
- ISBN: 978-1-58370-081-5
Textbooks are available in the college libraries. Most libraries have the texts on Reserve, (two hour use, in the library) some libraries have copies in the General Collection. Individual Library Policies apply and they may be different at each campus.Generally, students must have a valid student ID for the campus they intend to use to check out or use library materials. For example, to check out books from Pierce College Library students must have a valid Pierce College Student ID. Students who enrolled only in ITV classes may obtain a Mission College ID through the Admissions Office at Mission College.
A study of the main cultural, economic and political trends and events from the rise of civilization in the Near East to the eve of the French Revolution.
Where to Watch Videos
Cable Channel LA36
Video broadcasts are available on cable channel LA36. The broadcast schedule is below.
All videos are closed captioned.
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Watch the Videos on Campus
Videos may be viewed at the Learning Resource Centers of:
Los Angeles City College
East Los Angeles College
Los Angeles Harbor College
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Pierce College
Los Angeles Southwest College
Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
Los Angeles Valley College
West Los Angeles College
You must bring your Student ID or fee receipt to watch the videos.
Online Course Website
April 13 is the official start date of the term. If you enrolled after that date, you can expect a delay of 2-3 business days in accessing the class website.
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