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Palomar College Learning For Success

Economics, History, and Political Science

Where You Learn "How the World Works"

Welcome!

Professor Jose Esteban
Department Chair

 

 


“Take our courses to learn about national
and global issues.”

2019 Department Scholarship

Qualified students are encouraged to apply for the 2019 Scholarship for the Economics, History, and Political Science Departments.

  • Students must major in one of the following disciplines:
    • Economics
    • History
    • Political Science
  • Go to this page for additional information on requirements.
  • Begin the application in your eServices account, following the “Scholarship” link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Robert Reich (UC Berkeley)
visits Palomar College,
November, 2018.

With Economic Professors
Teresa Laughlin and Barbara Baer.

 

ZTC (Zero Textbook Cost) and
LTC (Low Textbook Cost) Classes

Summer & Fall 2019

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS
ZTC History 140 – Online sections – Summer Intersession, # 50781; Summer 8-week # 51012, 51013; Fall 16-week online, # 75540, 75541, live # 76009 – Arguello
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TC History 141 – Online sections – Summer Intersession, # 50621; Summer 8-week # 51014, 51015; Fall 16-week online, # 75542, live # 76010, 76011Arguello
HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA TO 1824
ZTC History 150 – Online section (# 75543)Arguello

Fall 2018

ECONOMICS
LTC  Economics 100-4 (# 72102) – Basic Economics – Barbara Baer
LTC  Economics 101-8  (# 72111) – Principles of Economics (MACRO) – Barbara Baer
HISTORY
ZTC  History 101 (# 72271) – M  6 – 9:10 pm – Marina Parenti
ZTC  History 102 (# 72247) – MW 3:55 – 5:20 pm –
Marina Parenti
ZTC  History 102 (# 72254) –  W 6 – 9:10 pm – Marina Parenti

 

TAKE FALL CLASSES AT THE
NEW PALOMAR EDUCATION CENTERS IN
FALLBROOK AND RANCHO BERNARDO

FREE PARKING!
Students taking classes only at Palomar College North or South Education Centers are offered free parking during the first year of our opening (2018/2019 academic school year) with a special permit good only at those campuses.

Permits may be obtained from the Palomar College Police Department office and will be issued to students who show proof of enrollment at the North or South Education Centers.