HIST 32000 America: The Search for a More Perfect Union

GE-Human Culture: US History/Government This class will give students an overview of the evolution of events, ideas, and trends as Americans in the nineteenth century sought to fulfill the Constitutional promise of creating “a more perfect union.” Through documents, laws, literature, speeches, and visual culture students will explore the development of the ideas and events that shaped the United States of the twentieth—and twenty-first—centuries.



Cross Listed Courses

AST 32000.


ENGL 17000 with a C or better.