Liberal Arts and Science: History Option

This program is designed for those students who wish to transfer to a four-year school where they will major in history.   Apply & Register Program Details

This program is designed for those students who wish to transfer to a four-year school where they will major in history.

 


Area of Interest:
Humanities & Languages
Degree/Certificate:
Associate in Arts
Code Course Credits
First Year / First Semester
ENG-101 English Composition I 3
HIS-101 World Civilization I 3
MTH-... Mathematics General Education Elective 3
...-... Language General Education Elective1 3
...-... Social Science General Education Elective 3
    15
Second Semester
ENG-102 English Composition II 3
HIS-102 World Civilization II   
...-... Technology General Elective 3
...-... Language General Education Elective1 3
...-... Humanities General Education
(not a History or Language course)
3
HPE.... Health & Exercise Science Elective 3
    16
Code Course Credits
Second Year / First Semester
HIS-121 United States History I 3
HIS-... History General Education Elective 3
SPE-102 Public Speaking 3
...-... Laboratory Science General Education Elective2 4
...-... Social Science General Education Elective 3
    16
Second Semester
HIS-122 United States History II 3
HIS-150 Topics in History or  
...-... History General Education Elective 3
MTH-... Mathematics General Education Elective or  
...-... Science General Education Elective2 3
...-... Diversity General Education Elective 3
...-... Free Elective 3
    15/16
  Total Minimum Credits 62
1 Students must take six credits of one language. See Course Descriptions for requisites on placement.
2 The following laboratory science courses are recommended for non-science majors: BIO-106, BIO-130, BIO-140, CHM-140, PHY-103

Program Goals

  • To introduce students to a broader exposure of historical periods and areas beyond the basic general education requirements for an Associate in Arts degree.
  • To prepare students for transfer as history majors to a four-year institution.
  • To provide students with a General Education foundation.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Identify and describe the major figures, ideas and events in Western/World/American Civilizations
  2. Analyze major movements, trends and developments in Western/World/American Civilizations
  3. Construct an historical essay that presents a clear argument and uses detailed historical evidence

Special Program Information

As soon as possible students are recommended to access curriculum requirements of possible transfer institutions. This program provides numerous electives which can be used to tailor student needs to that transfer institution.

Transfer Opportunities

Students in this program transfer to many institutions including our premier partners:

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Contact Person

Dr. Patrick Hughes
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4319
email: phughes@camdencc.edu

Additional information

CIP Code

24.0101

Program Code

HST.AA