SBS 212 - US Social Histories and Politics

Approval Status


Date Reviewed

December 2012
Students acquire knowledge of diverse peoples and politics of the United States in historical and contemporary social contexts through collaborative explorations of the intersections of race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, and environment. They develop the skills to become their own historians, and to effectively use the tools of political action reflecting knowledge of the constitutions and political systems of California and the United States. (Credit/ No Credit Available)

Course Type

Lower Division