MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE | KENDALL
  Dr. David M. Shaheen

    Department of Social Sciences
       
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Department of Social Sciences


Phone: 305-237-2289

E-mail: dshaheen@mdc.edu

Kendall Campus
11011 SW 104th St.
Miami, FL 33176




Dr. David M. Shaheen

Professor, Social Sciences

B.A. George Mason University, 1990

M.A. Catholic University of America, 1993
D.A. George Mason University, 2001
     
   
 
 
     
    COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
     

 

 
POS 2041 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 The American Constitution and its development, the origin and functions of 
national government, political parties and the electoral process, and the 
relationship of the individual to the federal government. (3 hr. lecture) 

WOH 2022
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 The student will examine the historical development of world civilizations 
since 1789. Students will learn of historical processes and developments in 
social, cultural, political, and economic contexts since the late 18th 
century. (3 credits) 

AMH 2010 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 Students will learn of the history of the United States to 1877 by examining 
the founding, growth, and development of the United States from the colonial 
era through Reconstruction. (3 credits) 

AMH 2020
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 This course focuses on the social, economic, cultural, and political 
developments in the United States since 1877. The student will gain knowledge 
of changes and continuities in the history of the United States since the 
late 19th century. (3 credits) 

ISS 1120
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 The Social Environment is an interdisciplinary course that emphasizes the 
cultural, political, and global dimensions of societies. Its main objective 
is to promote knowledge of contemporary and historical forces that shape our 
social environment and engage students in a life-long process of inquiry and 
decision-making (3 credits)

WOH 2003
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 This course is designed to explore the history, causes, and consequences of 
genocide through identification of patterns of intentional mass killings. 
Students will learn via case studies the characteristics of past and current 
incidents characterized as genocide. (3 credits)

AMH 2035
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
 The internal development of the United States and the role of the U.S. in 
world affairs since World War II. (3 credits) 

SLS 1125 
This three credit course is intended for students that have been placed on 
Academic Warning. It is designed to help students be more successful 
academically by focusing on performance in a learning environment. This will 
include social, cultural, psychological and academic aspects of the 
individual and the role they play in the learning environment. (3 credits)
 
INR 2002
The nature of international relations, the causes of leading international 
problems, foreign policies of world powers, international political 
organizations and the origins of war in the International arena. (3 credits) 

										

 

     
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