HIST 323 - U.S. National Parks
Course begins with the 1916 National Park Service Act and then exposes students to specialized concepts and techniques central to understanding the evolution of the National Parks through history, science, archaeology, and anthropology. Students apply knowledge and skills previously learned to unfamiliar topics and issues including national monuments, national recreation areas, and national seashores.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: (COMP 150 OR one CO2 course OR FLC Writing Placement Score 250) AND one HI1 course [Details: CO2 course list: COMP 250 , COMP 252 , COMP 253 , ENGL 268 , SOC 210 ] [Details: HI1 course list: HIST 150 , HIST 151 , HIST 160 , HIST 181 , HIST 261 , HIST 270 , HIST 271 , HIST 280 , HIST 281 , NAIS 123 ]
Field trips will be required.
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