HNRS 208 : Advanced World Civilizations, early times to the 16th Century

A study of key issues, events, and transformations that form the basis for pre-modern world civilizations and established the foundations for early modern and modern world history, including the Agricultural Revolution, the development of Hebrew monotheism, classical Greek social ideas, ancient China and India, the rise and fall of the Roman empire, early empires in the Americas, and medieval Europe. This course partially satisfies general education requirements for history. Students taking this course should not take HIST 226, History of World Civilizations.

Overview

Program

credits

3

Semester Offered

Fall