History 117-107 Western Civ I-Ancient & Med
Western Civilization I traces the development of Western Civilization from prehistory to 1300 C.E., the end of the High Middle Ages. The role of the Humanities is emphasized. The course explores major political, social, economic, scientific, intellectual, cultural, and religious developments contributing to Western societies. These include the significant events and contributions of early Middle Eastern civilizations, classical and Hellenistic Greece, the Roman Empire, its successors, the rise of the Western Christian Church, and Medieval Europe.

Section Name: HIS-117-107
Departments: Humanities
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Academic Level: Undergraduate
Course Type: Arts & Sciences, Concurrent Section HS Fac
Credits: 3
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Books: To Be Determined