NWCCD 2018-19 Catalog 
  
    Apr 22, 2019  
NWCCD 2018-19 Catalog
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HIST 1110 - Western Civilization I


This course surveys Western Civilization from its origins to the first phase of the Early Modern Period.  Major topics of coverage will include Classical Greece and Rome, Early, High and Late Medieval Europe, and the Renaissance and Reformation during the initial phase of the Early Modern Period.

Credits: 3

Instructional Method Lecture

General Education Requirement: Global Diversity / Humanities / Social & Behavioral Sciences
Comments: This course does not meet UW’s Human Culture requirement unless transferred as part of an Associate degree.

Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of HIST 1110 Western Civilization, the student will have:

  1. Analyzed fundamental political characteristics and events of ancient civilizations, particularly those of Classical Greece and Rome;
  2. Examined fundamental socio-economic characteristics of ancient civilizations, particularly those of Classical Greece and Rome;
  3. Investigated the fundamental cultural characteristics and conditions of the ancient civilizations, particularly those of Classical Greece and Rome;
  4. Analyzed fundamental political characteristics and events of the Early, High, and Late Middle Ages;
  5. Examined fundamental socio-economic characteristics of the Early, High, and Late Middle Ages;
  6. Investigated the fundamental cultural characteristics and conditions of the Early, High, and Late Middle Ages;
  7. Analyzed fundamental political characteristics and events of the Renaissance and Reformation during the initial phase of the Early Modern Period;
  8. Examined fundamental socio-economic characteristics of the Renaissance and Reformation during the initial phase of the Early Modern Period;
  9. Investigated the fundamental cultural characteristics and conditions of the Renaissance and Reformation during the initial phase of the Early Modern Period.


Program Outcomes
History AA

PO#1 Acquire basic factual historical knowledge

PO#2 Reconstruct accurate historical sequences

PO#3 Analyze basic historical phenomena.

PO#4 Evaluate various historical perspectives

PO#5 Critique historical conflicts.

PO#6 Discriminate between viewpoints and sources



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