Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017
COR 100 United States: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions
3 hours; 3 credits
COR 100 is a required general education course that introduces CSI students to contemporary America’s constitutional democracy, multiracial society, and market economy, using the tools of the social sciences. The course seeks historical perspective by examining three formative periods in U.S. history: the American Revolution and debate over the Constitution, the African-American freedom struggle from slavery through the civil rights movement, and the evolving relationship between government regulation and the market economy during the 20th century. The course is writing intensive and is intended to develop logical, critical thought and expression. (FUSR)
Note: This course is required for all degrees to fulfill the US Experience and its Diversity area of the Flexible Core.
Prerequisite- or corequisite: ENG 111
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