CCN: EUH1000 Title: Western Civilization: Ancient Through Renaissance Credit Hrs: 3.00
Description : 
Historical survey of Western culture from its roots in the ancient Near East to the beginning of the early modern period. Provides students with broad foundation of knowledge to understand socio-economic, intellectual, political and other cultural forces which have shaped (and continue to shape) Western civilization. Students will explore and apply general principles of historical methodology, and will develop their critical reading, thinking, and writing skills throughout the course. Geographic range: Near East, Mediterranean basin, Western Europe. Course themes comprise: development, expansion, and cultural influence of Greco-Roman civilization; encounters between diverse cultures over the several millennia which comprise Western Civilization, and the transformations which result from such encounters; the rise and fall of governmental, economic, and social systems; and the intersection of cultural institutions and historic events. This is a writing credit course with International/Intercultural content. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for writing.
Lec Hrs =   48.00 Lab Hrs =   0.00 Oth Hrs =   0.00 Fees =   0.00


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