College of the Canyons – History AA-T

Program Requirements

HIST 111: United States History I (3 Units)*
or HIST 111H: United States History I – Honors (3 Units)
and HIST 112: United States History II (3 Units)*
or 112H: United States History II – Honors (3 Units)

Plus SIX units from the following:

HIST 101: History of Western Civilization: Pre-Industrial West (3 Units)*
or HIST 101H: History of Western Civilization: Pre-Industrial West Honors (3 Units)
or HIST 161: World History I (3 Units)*
and HIST 102: History of Western Civilization: The Modern Era (3 Units)*

Plus THREE units from the following:

HIST 120: The Role of Women in the History of the United States (3 Units)*

HIST 120H: The Role of Women in the History of the United States – Honors (3 Units)

HIST 191: History of Eastern Civilization I (3 Units)

HIST 192: History of Eastern Civilization II (3 Units)

HIST 193: History of India (3 Units)

HIST 212: History of the Middle East (3 Units)

HIST 240: Latin American Civilization (3 Units)

HIST 243: History of Mexico and the Mexican and Chicano Peoples (3 Units)

Plus THREE units from the following:

HIST 130: Social and Cultural History of the United States (3 Units)

HIST 210: History of California (3 Units)

ANTHRO 103: Cultural Anthropology (3 Units)*

ANTHRO 103H: Cultural Anthropology – Honors (3 Units)

ECON 170: Economic History of the United States (3 Units)*

ECON 170H: Economic History of the United States – Honors (3 Units)

POLISC 150: Introduction to American Government and Politics (3 Units)*

POLISC 150H: Introduction to American Government and Politics – Honors (3 Units)

*The courses noted with an asterisk were offered online at least once at this college during 2018.

In addition to the courses listed above, complete one of the following general education patterns:

  • Option 2 – CSU General Education Breadth
  • Option 3 – IGETC – Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum

Important Note: Some of the courses listed above may also satisfy general education requirements. We encourage all students to meet with a counselor, onsite or online, to create a education plan that will provide the most efficient pathway to degree completion.

The courses listed above, along with Option 2 and Option 3 may or may not be offered online every term at this college. Visit the college’s website (below) for online options in its class schedule.  If you don’t find what you need, search our online course finder to locate an equivalent online course currently available from a partner college.

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