Palomar College Learning For Success

Economics, History, and Political Science

Where You Learn "How the World Works"

Welcome!

Department Black Lives Matter Solidarity Statement

To Fight Racism, American Colleges Must Prioritize Teaching History

by Catherine Christensen Gwin, Ph.D.
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Palomar College United: Educators for Antiracism

Open Classes for Fall 2021, Fast Track 2

8 Week Classes (October 18 to December 18)

Economics

CourseDurationStartEndInstructorCourse # to AddClass Meeting
Econ 1008 WeeksOctober 18December 18Micelli, Heather A
73686Online, Asynchronous
Econ 1018 WeeksOctober 18December 18Carr, Frederica M71243Online, Asynchronous
Econ 1028 WeeksOctober 18December 18Russell, Susan73685Online, Asynchronous

History

CourseDurationStartEndInstructorCourse # to AddClass Meeting
History 1018 WeeksOctober 18December 18Veloso, Ramon73684Online, Asynchronous
History 1418 WeeksOctober 18December 18Veloso, Ramon71360Online, Asynchronous

Political Science

CourseDurationStartEndInstructorCourse # to AddClass Meeting
POSC 1028 WeeksOctober 18December 18Castaneda, Gary71887Online, Asynchronous
POSC 1028 WeeksOctober 18December 18Nesbit, Valri71268Online, Asynchronous

Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Arts degree requirements

Click on the links below to see the degree requirements and class sequence for a degree that covers the transfer requirements  for the CSU and UC colleges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Robert Reich (UC Berkeley)
visits Palomar College,
November, 2018.
With Economic Professors
Teresa Laughlin and Barbara Baer.