HIS 316 - Colonial and Revolutionary America

Approval Status


Date Reviewed

February 2020

North American history from initial Indian, Spanish, French, and British attempts to create working relationships to the fracturing of the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, and War of 1812. The course emphasizes the diverse political experiments and struggles that characterize 17th and 18th-century North America, especially the intellectual roots and contemporary ideas manifested in the United States Constitution.

Course Type

Lower Division