HIST 1301 — Early Admissions (EA) History of the United States to 1865
Surveys United States history through the Civil War, emphasizing the European background, colonial contributions, Revolution of 1776, republican government, growth of democracy, social and cultural trends, role of minorities and background and course of the Civil War.
HIST 1302 — Early Admissions (EA) History of the United States Since 1865
Surveys Reconstruction, the rise of big business, clash of economic interests, struggle for reform, imperialism and world power status, Progressivism, World War I, Twenties, New Deal, World War II, post-war U.S., changing role of the laborer, social and cultural trends and role of minorities.
GOVT 2305 — Early Admissions (EA) American Government and Politics
Surveys the basic concepts of the American national government, the theory of democracy, the structure and function of political institutions, and contemporary issues and policies. Emphasizes the U.S. Constitution.
GOVT 2306 — Early Admissions (EA) State and Local Government
Studies the states as subsystems of the American political system. Includes the basic functions, structures, and processes of state and local government with special reference to the Texas constitution.
ECON 2301 — Early Admissions (EA) Principles of Macroeconomics
Surveys macroeconomic theory and public policy. Emphasizes the market economy, economic growth and measurement, role of financial markets, aggregate demand and supply, the role of the Federal Reserve System and government in our economy.
ECON 2302 — Early Admissions (EA) Principles of Microeconomics
Surveys basic microeconomic principles. Emphasizes topics of consumer theory, elasticity, production cost theory, market structures, antitrust, wage determination and general equilibrium.
SOCI 1301 — Early Admissions (EA) Introduction to Sociology
Introduces the basic elements of society, such as culture, personality, social groups, social institutions, the social process, and the structure of society.