HIS101 - Western Civilization:From Antiquity to 1500

This course surveys the social, cultural and political development of western Europe from the ancient Mediterranean world to the dawn of Modern Europe. This course covers the ancient civilizations of Babylonia and Egypt, Greece and Rome, and the collapse of the Roman Empire, the development of feudalism and conflicts between secular and ecclesiastical governments. Critical literacies and writings are emphasized. 3:0:3 Offered as required.

Credit hours: 3.0
Lecture hours: 3.0

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