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Course Descriptions History A145 — History of Mexico — 3 units Mexican history from the Pre-Columbian period to the present. Social, political, economic, and cultural growth of the Mexican nation. Emphasis on Indian, Spanish, and European contributions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. History A150 — Ethnic Groups of the United States: Their Histories — 3 units A survey of the history of the many (40+) ethnic groups originating in Europe, Asia (including the American Indian), the Americas, the Pacific Islands, Africa, and the Middle East, that make up the population of the United States. Same as Ethnic Studies A150. Students who enroll in History A150 may not receive credit for Ethnic Studies A150. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. History A161 — World History 1 — 3 units Formerly History A102 The history of world civilizations from the earliest beginnings to the 17th century, giving a general outline of political, social, economic, and cultural institutions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 150. History A161H — World History 1 Honors — 3 units Formerly History A102H The history of world civilizations from the earliest beginnings to the 17th Century, giving a general outline of political, social, economic, and cultural institutions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 150. History A162 — World History 2 — 3 units Formerly History A103 The history of world civilizations since the 17th century, giving a general outline of political, social, economic, and cultural institutions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 160. History A162H — World History 2 Honors — 3 units Formerly History A103H The history of world civilizations since the 17th Century, giving a general outline of political, social, economic, and cultural institutions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 160. History A170 — History of the United States to 1876 — 3 units A survey of American historical development from the founding of the English colonies to 1876. Emphasis is placed on the evolution of the nation’s political and economic institutions, social and intellectual history, and foreign policy. Satisfies the state college requirement in American History. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 130. History A170H — Honors History of the United States to 1876 — 3 units A survey of American historical development from the founding of the English colonies to 1876. Emphasis is placed on the evolution of the nation’s political and economic institutions, social, and intellectual history, and foreign policy. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 130. History A175 — History of the United States Since 1876 — 3 units A continuation of the survey of American history development since 1876. Satisfies the state university requirement in American History. This course may also be offered online. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 140. History A175H — Honors History of the United States Since 1876 — 3 units A continuation of the survey of American history development since 1876. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. This course may also be offered online. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 140. History A176 — Women in U.S. History — 3 units A survey of the history of women in the United States from the pre-contact period to the present, emphasizing significant events, individuals, and movements that have contributed to the nation’s development and women’s changing roles. The course investigates how factors like geographic location, class, ethnicity, race, industrialization, sexual orientation, and notions of family have affected the lives of American women. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. History A180 — Western Civilization 1 — 3 units The development of present day western culture from the earliest beginnings to 1715, giving a general outline of the development of social, economic, political and cultural institutions that have had a major impact on our civilization. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 170. History A180H — Western Civilization Honors 1 — 3 units The development of present day Western culture from the earliest beginnings to 1715, giving a general outline of the development of social, economic, political, and cultural institutions that have had a major impact upon our civilization. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 170. History A185 — Western Civilization 2 — 3 units A study of western culture from 1715 to the present with particular emphasis on the persons, ideas, movements, and institutions which help to interpret our present day civilization. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 180. History A185H — Western Civilization 2 Honors — 3 units A study of western culture from 1715 to the present with particular emphasis on the persons, ideas, movements, and institutions which help to interpret our present day civilization. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID HIST 180. History A187 — Women in History — 3 units Provides a broad overview of the experiences of women in the history of the world from hunter-gatherer societies to the present. It examines how women’s political, economic, social, and cultural experiences have been shaped by gender and affected by place, time, class, and race. Same as Gender Studies A187. Students receiving credit for History A187 may not receive credit for Gender Studies A187. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. History A195 — History of England and Greater Britain — 3 units Survey of British history with an emphasis on the development of Anglo-American institutions. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. HORTICULTURE Horticulture A100 — Horticulture Science — 3 units The science and culture of plants upon which man’s very existence depends. The principles and practices used to grow plants for food and environmental enhancement will be emphasized. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A101 — Current Topics in Hortculture — 1-4 units Current issues in the field of Horticulture. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A105 — Botany For Gardeners — 3 units The world of garden plants, their structure, form and how they function. A course for the plant professional and plant enthusiasts. May be taken for grades or on a pass/ no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A109 — Knowing Your Soils — 3 units A nontechnical study of the fundamental concepts of soil science. Methods of investigations for the management of soils and soil substitutes. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A111 — Landscape Drafting Technique — 1 unit Basic landscape drafting practices, lettering, line work, symbols, sheet composition and dimensioning. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A115 — Landscape Graphics — 3 units This course begins exploring drawing techniques necessary to perform tasks related to communicating design concepts in landscape design. The emphasis is on easy, time-saving techniques that build from understanding perspective to rapid sketching skills. Field sketching is also a vital communication skill in environmental design, as it enables designers to quickly record ideas whether simply for their own use, or to share with a client to gather early feedback on usability, form, and aesthetic. Using both indoor and outdoor venues around the campus, students will learn to communicate their thoughts visually and integrate their sketching into the design process. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A116 — Digital Design— 3 units This course provides an introduction to digital techniques while explaining the processes associated with describing and designing the landscape. In addition, this course guides the student through from their first impression of a site, through concept and schematic design and presentation to construction and site drawings, concluding with a case study that shows the final result. The designer needs to know about digital tools and use them at the various stages of a concept development. In the journey from concept to realization, it is important to have the right tools and methods of representation and use them in an intelligent and skillful way. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Horticulture A150 — Landscape Maintenance — 3 units Maintenance of residential and small commercial landscapes to include: small tree and shrub trimming, all aspects of lawn care, soil amending, fertilizing, sprinkler adjustments, watering, pest inspections, and scheduling. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. 191