WESTERN CIVILIZATION/WORLD HISTORY

Western-Civilization

Learning Outcomes: Courses must meet at least three of the five following outcomes.

  1. Demonstrate familiarity with the major chronology of Western civilization or world history.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to narrate and explain long-term changes and continuities in Western civilization or world history.
  3. Identify, evaluate, and appropriately cite online and print resources.
  4. Develop multiple historical literacies by analyzing primary sources of various kinds (texts, images, music) and using these sources as evidence to support interpretation of historical events.
  5. Communicate effectively— through speech, writing, and use of digital media—their understanding of patterns, process, and themes in the history of Western civilization or the world.

Required: One approved course

Approved Course:

Department Course Number Course Title
HIST HIST 100 History of Western Civilization
HIST HIST 125 Introduction to World History

 

Transfer students may substitute one of the following for HIST 100

Department Course Number Course Title
HIST HIST 101 Foundations of Western Civilization
HIST HIST 102 Development of Western Civilization
HIST HIST 301 Classical Greece
HIST HIST 302 Classical Rome
HIST HIST 304 Western Europe in the Middle Ages
HIST HIST 305 The Renaissance
HIST HIST 306 The Reformation
HIST HIST 308 Nineteenth-Century Europe
HIST HIST 309 Europe in CRisis: 1914-1948
HIST HIST 312 Nationalism in Eastern Europe
HIST HIST 314 History of Germany
HIST HIST 322 Modern Britain
HIST HIST 388 Topics in European History
HIST HIST 435 Society and Culture in Early Modern Europe
HIST HIST 436 European Society and Culture: 19th and 20th Centuries
HIST HIST 480 Alexander the Great

 

Transfer students may substitute one of the following for HIST 125

Department Course Number Course Title
HIST HIST 202 Freshman/Sophomore Seminar in Global History
HIST HIST 387 Topics in Global History