History | H105 2743 American History I 2:30-3:20 TR BH013 Katz
H105 | 2743 | Katz
Above section open to freshmen and sophomores only.
Students must enroll in a discussion section.
Students interested in registering for Educ X101, 10:10-11:00 MW,
concurrently with Prof Katz's
H105 should contact the student academic center for authorization for
X101 and the following
section of H105.
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.