HIST 160 - Western Civilization I
Course teaches foundational knowledge about origins of Western Civilization from Mesopotamia and Egypt, tracing development through Greece and Rome to the European Middle Ages. Students learn foundational skills in recognizing and articulating how various Western Civilizations constructed, deployed, and challenged various articulations of class, race, gender and other identity positions.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Term Offered: Every Fall, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020
It is recommended that students complete COMP 150 prior to taking a History (HI) Liberal Arts Core course.
This course was approved for gtPathways as of publication date. Changes can be made to approved gtPathways courses at any time; they are not catalog specific. The most accurate listing of courses approved for gtPathways can be found by searching by attribute on the schedule on WebOPUS.
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