History | AMERICAN HISTORY I
H105 | 2859 | Katz


2:30-3:20P     TR     BH013

Above section open to freshmen and sophomores only

	Need study skills help?  Then register for Professor Katz's
	History H105 and contact the Student Academic Center
	(855-7313) for on-line authorization for EDUC X101
	(Learning strategies for History, 2 additional credits) that
	will be offered 10:10AM, MW.

Class meetings will occur twice-weekly for the lectures and
once-weekly for the discussion sections.  Lectures are geared to the
political, constitutional, and economic basis of American history from
the colonial period to the Civil War, stressing such events and
movements as the Revolution, the Constitution, growth of political
parties, wars (1812, Mexican, and Civil), economic controversies, and
slavery.  Two 50-minute essay exams during the semester, along with a
two-hour final essay exam at the end.  The final grade will be the
average of the 3 exam grades and the grade for discussion section
participation.