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Economics, History, and Political Science

Where You Learn "How the World Works"

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To Fight Racism, American Colleges Must Prioritize Teaching History

by Catherine Christensen Gwin, Ph.D.

 

Fall 2020 Fast Track 2: Open Classes (Begins Monday, October 19)

Economics 101: Principles of Economics (Macro)
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Delivery Instructor
71651Online, AsynchronousKaram, Jimmy Elias

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Economics 102: Principles of Economics (Micro)
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DeliveryInstructor
73913Online, AsynchronousLaughlin, Teresa L.

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History 101: U.S. History thru Reconstruction
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DeliveryInstructor
73933Online, AsynchronousEstes, Matthew

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History 102: U.S. History from Reconstruction
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DeliveryInstructor
73942Online, AsynchronousJones, Julie
71776Online, AsynchronousPaligutan, Proceso James
History 107: World History to A.D. 1650
Class #DeliveryInstructor
73914Online, AsynchronousHarrington, Jared

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History 140: History of the America’s thru 1800
Class #DeliveryInstructor
72641Online, AsynchronousLesperance, Henry

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History 140: History of the America’s thru 1800

 

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Political Science 101: Introduction to Political Science and American Political Institutions
Class #DeliveryInstructor
73934 Online, AsynchronousStaff

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Political Science 102: Introduction to American and California Government
Class #DeliveryInstructor
72390Online, AsynchronousCastaneda, Gary

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