Spring 2013 Credit - African-American/Black Studies

Last Updated: 4/5/2013


African-American Black Studies (AABS) courses expose you to the African/black-American experiences, communities, languages, traditions and rich heritage here in the United States. These courses will afford you the opportunity to learn about African/black Americans and their unique contributions to our society.

Night classes listed in shaded color

Course-Num-Sect(Reg#)
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HIST-1302  Hist U S
HIST-1302 is part of the DCCCD Core Curriculum Tier 2 - Self and Society.
HIST-1302-43404 (800964)
Hist U S
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Kozlowski, Gerald  Vita
EFC
3
1/22/13
5/16/13
  eCampus
Internet Based
African-American/Black Studies
Core  
 NOTE: HIST 1302.43404 ONLINE. EMPHASIS ON AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY To access course & print syllabus, go to http://ecampus.dcccd.edu EMAIL: GeraldKozlowski@dcccd.edu
HIST-1302-43438 (800965)
Hist U S
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Kozlowski, Gerald  Vita
EFC
3
3/25/13
5/16/13
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Mar.
Internet Based
African-American/Black Studies
Core  
 NOTE: HIST 1302.43438 ONLINE. EMPHASIS ON AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY To access course & print syllabus, go to http://ecampus.dcccd.edu EMAIL: GeraldKozlowski@dcccd.edu

Last Updated: 4/5/2013