MASC 2327 Mexican American History I

MASC 2327 focuses on Mexican American history from pre-Columbian America to 1865. Content includes the rise of indigenous civilizations, the Spanish conquest and emergence of colonial society, the development of the northern Mexican frontier, and the wars of independence. The course continues with coverage of the emergence of the U.S.-Mexican borderlands, the U.S.-Mexico War, Civil War, resistance to conquest, and the impact that these struggles had on Mexican American communities. Can be taken to replace HIST 1301.



Cross Listed Courses

Credit cannot be earned for both MASC 2327 and HIST 2327.

Schedule Type


Grading Basis

Standard Letter (A-F)


HIST 2327

Administrative Unit

School of Interdisciplinary Pg


As scheduled