History Courses

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A sampling of courses for this discipline includes (not a complete list):

Skip list of courses.

  • HIST/CHS-102A/B Chicana/o History
  • HIST-104A Western Civilization with a World Perspective Until 1600
  • HIST-104B Western Civilization with a World Perspective From 1600
  • HIST-105 History of California
  • HIST-106A World History to 1500
  • HIST-106B World History Since 1500
  • HIST/TD-107 History of Film
  • HIST-114A African American History 1619-1877
  • HIST-114B African American History 1877 to Present
  • HIST-115 Asian-American History
  • HIST-117A/B History of the United States
  • HIST-118 Contemporary U.S. History: 1945-
  • HIST-119A Bad Girls: Women in America Before 1890
  • HIST-119B Bad Girls: Women in America From 1890
  • HIST-141/IS-142/MUS-122 History of Rock and Roll: Music and Culture of the 1950s
  • HIST-142/IS-143/MUS-123 History of Rock and Roll: Music and Culture of the 1960s
  • HIST-143/MUS-125 History of Rock and Roll: Music and Culture Since 1970

Textbooks, Online Access Codes, Other Supplies and Resources

Most Ohlone College classes require the purchase of a textbook, and some classes require the purchase of online access codes (also known as keys) or other supplies. Most of these purchases are available at the Ohlone College Bookstore.

Students may also be required to pay additional fees for access to online resources that are not available through the Ohlone College Bookstore. Please check with the instructor.

More at Textbooks: Information and Purchasing, including Online Orders, Newark Center Textbooks and Supplies, Book Buybacks, and Textbook Costs.

Student Learning Outcomes

History for Transfer AA Degree (ADT)

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of and assess the significance of the cause and effect relationship among various issues, groups, and events; key social, political, and economic forces; and major concepts and theoretical perspectives in history.
  2. Understand the interpretive nature of the field of history by analyzing, interpreting, and differentiating between primary and secondary sources used by each discipline.
  3. Construct hypotheses demonstrating critical thinking, reading, and writing skills.