This is a survey course on the history of Hawai‘i from the late prehistoric period to the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Diversification: Humanities — DH
Graduation Requirement: Pacific Cultures — PC
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)
- Identify and discuss factors that contributed to the social, political, economical, and environmental changes, with particular attention to the intense and rapid transformations that resulted in a decrease of the population, a loss of autonomy, and the displacement of the native community.
- Identify key figures, events, and industries in Hawai‘i's history.
- Explain the socio-political importance of genealogy to Hawai‘i's history.
- Identify and correctly use primary and secondary sources of information from a variety of perspectives.