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US History 201 is a course being offered through the Cooperative Academic Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
This course is designed to introduce students to the political, economic, and cultural events and problems in American history up to 1877. This college-level survey will provide students with analytical skills, factual knowledge, and writing abilities necessary to investigate and understand the nation’s political, diplomatic, intellectual, cultural, social and economic history from inception to 1877. Major areas of concentration include: voyages of discovery and early European settlement in North America; colonial rivalries; the struggle of English colonies for independence, expansion and development of young republic; crisis of Civil War; and finally, reconstruction.
Student Eligibility Requirements: Must be accepted into the UW - Oshkosh - CAAP Program
Must meet at least ONE of the following 3 requirements
1. Class rank in the top 25%
2. GPA of a 3.25 or above on a 4.0 scale
3. ACT score of 24 or higher with one of the following...
- Rank in top 50%
- GPA 2.75 or above
Transcripted through UW OshKosh - 3.0 credits - History 201
Length: (3) Trimester
Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Must have taken and completed a year long US History class in high school. American Government
Cum Laude Points: 1.5
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