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Colleges: College of Arts & Sciences | Metropolitan College

College of Arts & Sciences

The United States Since 1865

CAS HI 152

After the Civil War, Americans created a new urbanizing and industrializing landscape, flush with immigrants, growing class conflict, and racial divisions. This course explores how, through times of prosperity, depression, and war, Americans transformed the United States into one of the world's leading nations. 4 cr. Tuition: $2480

Summer 2 (June 29-August 5)

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History of Piracy

CAS HI 214

Examines piracy in European history from ancient time to the present, focusing on its economic and social causes, and its consequences. Addresses the modern permutations of piracy as a form of social protest and a technique of terrorism. 4 cr. Tuition: $2480

Summer 2 (June 30-August 6)

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The Making of Modern Britain

CAS HI 247

How did a small island nation develop into a global superpower, and at what costs? This course charts Britain's ascendancy in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with a focus on industrialization, colonial expansion, democratic institution building, and enlightenment thought. This course cannot be taken for credit in addition to the course with the same title that was previously numbered CAS HI 321. 4 cr. Tuition: $2480

Summer 2 (June 30-August 6)

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Metropolitan College

History of Boston

MET HI 373

Provides an overview of the evolution and development of Boston, and examines Boston's unique cultures as manifested in religious, political, social, and aesthetic thought and events. 4 cr. Tuition: $2480

Summer 2 (June 29-August 5)

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