Explore, Engage and Imagine! The History Department, part of El Camino College's Behavioral and Social Sciences Division (BSS), offers a comprehensive curriculum which seeks to expose students to the diversity and complexities of the human past, to engage students in the historian’s craft and research methodology, to provide students with the essential knowledge and critical skills needed for the successful study of history at four-year institutions and to cultivate student awareness of the many applications of the study of history.  All courses offered by the History Department instruct students in the skills of historical thinking, and emphasize reading, writing and critical thinking.  These pedagogical approaches provide students with a solid framework to continue the study of history at four-year institutions and serve as a solid foundation for students pursuing a degree in non-history academic disciplines.  
Jason R. Suárez | Instructor of History
El Camino College | 16007 Crenshaw Boulevard, Torrance CA 90506 | (310) 532-3670
History Guided Pathway “The Guided Pathways framework creates a highly structured approach to student success that provides all students with a set of clear course-taking patterns that promotes better enrollment decisions and prepares students for future success. The Guided Pathways framework also integrates support services in ways that make it easier for students to get the help they need during every step of their community college experience.” - California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Students who complete the History Guided Pathway satisfy the following: 60 UC/CSU transferable units Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) California State University (CSU) General Education History Associate Degree for Transfer Pre-major requirements for the UC and CSU systems
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