World Civilization From 1500 - HIS-112
Subject Area(s): History
Credential(s): Associate's Degree
This course offers a study of the major world civilizations of the modern period from approximately 1500 to the present. This will include analysis of the defining characteristics of various world regions and their interactions in the accelerating process of globalization. Communities and contexts will be examined in light of the modernizing revolutions in science, philosophy, politics and technology; religion, colonization and decolonization, world wars, and the creation of the interconnected modern world system. No previous history course is required. This course fulfills the requirements for the General Education Area "Community and Cultural Contexts". Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Academic Reading III (ESL098) and Academic Writing III (ESL099) or Reading Skills II (RDG095) and Writing Skills II (ENG095), or exemption by placement testing.
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|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
|WB 111807||100% Online||2020-01-21||2020-05-15|
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