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HIST 200   World Civilizations I    Credits: 3

This course provides students with an overview of World Civilizations from the dawn of humanity through approximately 1500 C.E. It traces the roots of early civilization, paying special attention to the political and cultural interactions between them, the rise and fall of ancient civilizations, the Renaissance, and the development of religious, political and philosophic thought. Overall the course presents a brief and highly insightful overview of world history that explores common challenges and experiences of the human past, and identifies key regional patterns over time. It encourages students to think more critically and more globally as critical thinking and analytical skills are developed through engaging reading and primary source-based activities. The course offers a balanced presentation, with some modules focusing directly on specific geographical regions and others taking a comparative or thematic approach in deference to the increasing interconnection that marks developments in the world today.

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