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Student Learning Outcomes

History Department
Student Learning Outcomes
Updated 2-10-11

Program Level Student Learning Outcomes

Students will learn methodologies common to professional historians (including research, critical analysis, and synthesis), and will be able to investigate, differtiate, and synthesize historical artifacts:

1. Students will learn what constitutes historical evidence.
2. Students will recognize differences between primary and secondary sources.
3. Students will be able to evaluate the significance of evidence.
4. Students will develop the ability to use evidence in the construction of historical argument.

Course Level Student Learning Outcomes

HIST 4

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Arts and Humanities
SLO:
Students who complete History 4 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, three major turning points in world history before 1750.

HIST 5

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Arts and Humanities
SLO: Students who complete History 5 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, three major turning points in world history from 1750.

HIST 7

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 7 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the evolution of the the U.S. economy and social structures.

HIST 8

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 7 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the evolution of the U.S. economy and social structures from 1877 to the present.

HIST 9

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 9 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the intellectual evolution and implementation of U.S. foreign policy.

HIST 11

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO:
Students who complete Peace Studies will be able to analyze the effectiveness of Gandhian non-violence in historical movements.

HIST 12

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 12 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, the causes and effects of selected revolutions and revolts.

HIST 15

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Critically analyze, with reference to historical evidence, the evolution of the American intervention in Vietnam's civil war.

HIST 16

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Critically analyze, with reference to historical evidence, the evolution of U.S. politics, economics and culture to 1876.

HIST 17

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete Hist 17 will be able to critically analyze, with reference to historical evidence, the evolution of US politics, economics, and culture since 1876.

HIST 19

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Critically analyze, with reference to historical evidence, the evolution of U.S. politics, economics and culture since 1945.

HIST 20

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 20 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the development cultural identities within the U.S. social structure.

HIST 21

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 21 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, the evolution of female identity in American culture.

HIST 22

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students will be able to critically analyze, with reference to historical evidence, the notion of the United States population as a single united people.

HIST 25

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 25 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the evolution of the U.S. West as a distinct region.

HIST 27

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 27 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the evolution of Latin America as a region before 1800.

HIST 28

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 28 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the evolution of Latin America as a region since 1800.

HIST 30

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 30 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to Mexico's evolution from its pre-Columbian roots to a modern nation.

HIST 32

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 32 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to California's evolution as an economic, cultural and political entity within the United States.

HIST 33

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 33 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the development of a Chicano/a identity.

HIST 40

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 40 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, three major turning points in English history before 1688.

HIST 41

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 41 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, three major turning points in English history since 1688.

HIST 61

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 61 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, the evolution of the Russian experience.

HIST 62

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 62 will be able to identify three major trends in European history before 1650.

HIST 63

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 63 will be able to identify three major trends in European history since 1650.

HIST 70

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 70 will be able to identify three major trends in Asian history since 1800.

HIST 71

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 71 will be able to identify three major trends in Asian history since 1800.

HIST 72

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 72 will be able to identify three major trends in Chinese history.

HIST 74

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 74 will be able to analyze, using historical evidence, the historical evolution of the Middle-East as a region.

HIST 75

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 75 will be able to analyze, using historical evidence, the politics, economics and culture of the contemporary Middle-East.

HIST 80

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 80 will be able to analyze, using historical evidence, the politics, economics and culture of contemporary Africa.

HIST 81

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Students who complete History 81 will be able to analyze historical evidence pertaining to the unique African-American traditions.

HIST 135

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Student who complete History 135 will be able to critically analyze, using historical evidence, the evolution of American letters, art, and culture.

HIST 260

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Explore Russian cultural traditions, art and religion in an historical context which shape current events.

HIST 270

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Explore Asian cultural traditions in art and religion in an historical context and reflect on modern Asia

HIST 275

Breadth of Subject Area Knowledge Social and Behavioral Sciences
SLO: Discuss historical basis of current events in the Middle East.

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