The Great Depression

  • SOC-969
  • 3  Credits
  • Online
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Explore the Great Depression, the single most important economic event of the 20th Century. Attention will be given to the causes, events, policies, movements, personalities, and human tragedy and triumph of this era through an interdisciplinary historical perspective that will examine economic, political, psychological, and sociological aspects of the greatest economic crisis ever faced by the United States. Course requirements include practical application to classroom settings. Assignments have been developed to align with the Common Core State Standards for Literacy and Writing in History/Social Science.

NOTE: Required book must be purchased separately.

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