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HIST-101

History of Civilization to 1500

Credit(s): 3

History 101 explores important chapters of the human past from the earliest civilizations through the 15th century. The course considers how people, environment, social movements, religion, political ideologies, and philosophical ideas have shaped human society. This course is recommended for students seeking a broad background of general knowledge, whether as the foundation of a liberal arts education, out of curiosity, or to be well informed. It develops critical thinking skills essential in every career. It meets a social science requirement for A.A. and A.S. degrees. Lecture: 3 hours per week

HIST-207CA

Explorations in the History of Civilizations - History of Christianity To 1500

Credit(s): 3

Topics in Explorations in the History of Civilizations vary by semester and will be determined annually by history faculty. This course provides an in-depth study of the history of Christianity to 1500. The class will consist of reading, discussion, lectures and media focusing on the issues and forces contributing to the history of Christianity to 1500. Lecture: 3 hours per week

HIST-207CB

Explorations in the History of Civilizations - History of Christianity From 1500

Credit(s): 3

Topics in Explorations in the History of Civilizations vary by semester and will be determined annually by history faculty. This course provides an in-depth study of the history of Christianity from 1500. The class will consist of reading, discussion, lectures and media focusing on the issues and forces contributing to the history of Christianity from 1500. Lecture: 3 hours per week