Clackamas Community College

History (HST)

HST-101  History of Western Civilization  
4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer  

Origins and development of Western Civilization with a primary focus on Europe from ancient times to ca. 1300.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-102  History of Western Civilization  
4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer  

Origins and development of Western Civilization with an emphasis on Europe from ca. 1300 to 1800.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-103  History of Western Civilization  
4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer  

Development of Western Civilization with an emphasis on Europe from the 19th century to the present.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-130  Oddballs and Outcasts in Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Explores the topic of how oddballs and outcasts from ancient Greece to the present shaped western civilization and places them in the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural frameworks of their time.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-131  History of Crime & Punishment in Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Explores the topics of crime and punishment in western civilization from ancient Greece to the present and relates them to the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural trends of each time period.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-132  History of Language and the Written Word in Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Explores the topics of language and the written word in western civilization from ancient Greece to the present and relates them to the political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural trends of each time period.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-136  History of Popular Culture, Entertainment & Sports in Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Explores the topics of popular culture, entertainment and sports in western civilization from ancient Greece to the present and relates them to the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural trends of each time period.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-137  History of Science, Medicine, & Technology in Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Traces the major developments in western civilization in the fields of science, medicine and technology from ancient Greece to the present. Includes an examination of the biographies of prominent scientists, doctors and engineers.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-138  History of Love, Marriage and the Family In Western Civilization  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and the family in western civilization from ancient Greece to the present. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers, artists and political leaders.

Recommended: WRD-090 or placement in WRD-098  
HST-201  History of the United States  
4 credits, Fall  

Covers the period in American history from first European contact through the Age of Jackson.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: WRD-098 or placement in WR-121
Recommended: Sequence of HST-201, HST-202, and HST-203 is taken in order
  
HST-202  History of the United States  
4 credits, Winter  

Covers the period of United States history from the Age of Jackson to World War I. Recommended that sequence is taken in order.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: WRD-098 or placement in WR-121
Recommended: Sequence of HST-201, HST-202, and HST-203 is taken in order
  
HST-203  History of the United States  
4 credits, Spring  

Covers the period of United States history since and including WWI.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: WRD-098 or placement in WR-121
Recommended: Sequence of HST-201, HST-202 and HST-203 is taken in order
  
HST-280  History/CWE  
2-6 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring  

Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of history. Variable Credit: 2-6 credits. Required: Student Petition.

Corequisites: CWE-281