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Course Number           EUH2032              New (Add)               Revision    X Textbook Revision Only      Deletion (Inactive)           Reactivate

Course Title       The Holocaust
Div/Dept Code SSCI WHIS                    Subject Code WHIS               Effective Term 20052                End Term
Course/Credit Type (Check One only)                      Contact/Credit Hours                           ICS Code
X   01 A & P                                                 Lecture Hours             45
    02 PSV (AS/AAS only)                                     Lab Hours                                  Grading               X    A-F
    02 PSV Dual (Transfer)                                   Clinical Hours                                                        P/F
    05 PSAV                                                  Other                                                            X    Audit OK
    03 College Prep
    07 ABE/ESL                                                Clock Hours                               CEU Approved              Yes       X No
    09 GED
       08 Adult Secondary            (Collegiate HS)     Total Credits                 3                Number of enrollment
       10 Voc Prep                                                                                      times for credit                    1

Course Catalog Description: A survey of European anti-Semitism, the rise of institutionalized and codified racism in Nazi
Germany and the resulting Holocaust. Examines the role of the state and the citizenry in genocide. Also examines the
nascent anti-Semitism of the modern world and the rise of Israel as an international power.


Prerequisites
Corequisites

  General Education              X No              Yes, AA and AS                 Yes, AAS Only Area
 Gordon Rule                     X    No           Yes, Word Count
  Oral Communication                  No           Yes                      Computer Technology                   No              Yes
Scheduling                   Fall     X Spring            Summer                All         As needed
Special Equipment/Facilities
Recommended Text/Software: The Holocaust: Roots, History, and Aftermath; 2008; David M. Crowe; pub. Westview
Press

Required in these Programs
Elective in these Programs             A.A., A.S., any college credit certificate program
Replaces or is equivalent to another course               x    No               Yes         If so, course number
Special Designators
Prepared By         Wendell Griffith                                                                                   Date       5/09/08
Director/Chair Approval              Dr. Joyce Goldstein                                                               Date       5/09/08
Curriculum Committee Action                          Approved                    Disapproved       Postponed           Date       N/A for TBR

Vice President for Instruction                                                                                         Date       5/10/08

President      N/A for textbook revision                                                                               Date

           Course Dictionary Update by                                                                                 Date


White: VP Instruction    Yellow: Business Office   Pink: Registrar


9/98; revised 10/98,1/99, 3/01
                                         COURSE SYLLABUS  PART II
                                                    COURSE GOALS


Course Number EUH 2032               Title The Holocaust

Prepared by          W. Griffith                                                          Date        5/09/08

Director/Chair Dr. J. Goldstein                                                          Date         5/09/08

Criteria:      (1) Direction oriented; (2) student oriented — written in terms of what students will accomplish; (3)
                   provide the lay reader with an understanding of the substance of the course; and (4) the number
                   of statements should be sufficient to clearly identify the mission of the course.

 Goal
                                                    Statement
Number
  1    Students will gain an understanding of the roots of European anti-Semitism.

    2.        Students will learn the history of pogroms and establishment of ghettos in Europe.

    3.        Students will learn how European Jews established coping mechanism for dealing with
              institutionalized anti-Semitism.

    4.        Students will learn socio-economic and cultural reasons for the fall of the Weimar Republic and the
              rise of National Socialism.

    5.        Students will learn how the Ministry of Enlightenment and Propaganda was used to justify anti-
              Semitism for the German people.

    6.        Students will learn the racial doctrines of National Socialism and how the concepts of racial
              superiority were codified in the Nuremberg Laws.

    7.        Students will learn the evolution of the camp system from labor to genocide.

    8.        Students will learn of the Wansee Conference and the implementation of the Final Solution.

    9.        Students will learn how the Final Solution affected the German war effort.

   10.        Students will gain an understanding of how the Western nations responded to the Holocaust,
              during and after the War.

   11.        Students will learn of the international efforts to punish those responsible for the Holocaust.

   12.        Students will learn of the modern face of European anti-Semitism and of the concurrent attempts by
              radical organizations to destroy Israel.




9/98; revised 10/98,1/99, 3/01
                                             COURSE SYLLABUS  PART III
                                                 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

 Course Number              EUH 2032                                                Page             3     of      5
                                                                                    Date            5/09/08
                                                                                    Prepared by      W. Griffith
Course Title         The Holocaust                                                 Director/Chair   Dr. J. Goldstein



                 A specific objective is one in which the outcome and the level of achievement
                                         are defined in measurable terms.



Object       Related
                                          Objective Statement                                 Evaluation
  No.         Goals
   1.          1-3          Students will learn the major events of and         These evaluations may be used alone
                            reasons for persecutions of Jews and other          or in combinations.
                            minorities in Europe.

   2.            4          Students will learn the main events leading to      Student evaluation by objective
                            the fall of the Weimar Republic and Hitler’s rise   examination incorporating these
                            to power.                                           objectives, grading A to F dependent
                                                                                upon comprehension demonstrated by
   3.            5          Students will study the development of mass         the student.
                            media as a state tool of anti-Semitism.

   4.            6          Students will learn the racial theories of          The objective examination is replaced
                            National Socialism through excerpts from the        or complemented by written essay
                            writings of Hitler and other racial theorists.      examination. The student is required
                                                                                to apply comment on specific topics.
   5.         5,6,11        Students will study the Nuremberg Laws as an        Comprehensive
                            example of institutionalized and codified
                            racism.

   6.          1-12         Students will become cognizant of the ethical
                            and moral implications of institutionalized
                            racism.

   7.           5-7         Students will study the main characters in the
                            establishment of the “Final Solution of the
                            Jewish Problem”.

   8.          1-12         Students will gain an understanding of
                            institutionalized racism as an excuse for
                            genocide.




                                                                                              Use additional pages as needed
File: Course Syllabus-VPI
9/98; revised 10/98,1/99, 3/01
                                             COURSE SYLLABUS  PART III
                                                 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

 Course Number              EUH 2032                                            Page              4     of      5
                                                                                Date              5/09/08
                                                                                Prepared by       W. Griffith
Course Title         The Holocaust                                              Director/Chair   Dr. J. Goldstein



                 A specific objective is one in which the outcome and the level of achievement
                                         are defined in measurable terms.



Object       Related
                                          Objective Statement                             Evaluation
  No.         Goals
   9.          5            Students will study the geographic placement
                            of slave labor and genocide camps in the Third
                            Reich.

  10.           5-6         Students will become aware of the Wansee
                            Conference and its implications for Europe’s
                            Jewish and “undesirable” populations.

  11.          1-12         Students will learn the dangers inherent in the
                            depersonalization of ethnic minorities.

  12.            9          Students will study the effects of the “Final
                            Solution” on the ability of the Vermacht to carry
                            out its military operations.

  13.            9          Students will study the organization of the
                            military and paramilitary units associated with
                            the Holocaust.

  14.           10          Students will become aware of the Western
                            nations early response to reports of the
                            Holocaust.

  15.           10          Students will study the reactions of Allied
                            forces upon discovery of the extermination
                            camps.

  16.           11          Students will study the charges against Nazi
                            leaders at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials.




                                                                                           Use additional pages as needed
File: Course Syllabus-VPI
9/98; revised 10/98,1/99, 3/01
                                             COURSE SYLLABUS  PART III
                                                 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

 Course Number              EUH 2032                                          Page               5     of      5
                                                                              Date                5/09/08
                                                                              Prepared by        W. Griffith
Course Title       The Holocaust                                             Director/Chair      Dr. J. Goldstein



                 A specific objective is one in which the outcome and the level of achievement
                                         are defined in measurable terms.



Object       Related
                                         Objective Statement                            Evaluation
  No.         Goals
  17.         10,11         Students will study the treatment of Europe’s
                            surviving Jews after the war and the
                            establishment of the nation of Israel.

  18.           12          Students will study the latest report by the
                            European Union detailing the depth of modern
                            anti-Semitism in Europe.

  19.           12          Students will compare and contrast the
                            motivations of the Nazi’s and modern
                            organizations devoted to the destruction of
                            Israel.

  20.           12          Students will learn of the legacy of the
                            Holocaust first-hand through interaction with
                            survivors and field trips (as applicable).




                                                                                        Use additional pages as needed
File: Course Syllabus-VPI
9/98; revised 10/98,1/99, 3/01

				
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