HIS 274 - History of Mexico
Prerequisite: Appropriate score on assessment test or successful completion of and
Description: This course is a survey of Mexican history spanning the first migrants, i.e. nomadic hunters and gatherers of 40,000-30,000 B.C., through the current state that exists today. Some of the major topics discussed include Aztec civilization, Spanish colonization, the struggle for independence, the emergence of the Mexican Republic, war against the United States, revolution, and democratization.
Lecture Hours: 3
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