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Crafton Hills College
Spring 2014
History

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Course Information

Course Name : HIST-171H

Course Title : World Civilizations(1500 CE to Present) Honors

Course Description : Study of cross-cultural history emphasizing the art and literature, philosophy and religion, family and society, as well as the political, economic and technological contributions of the world's civilizations from 1500CE to the present. This course focuses on modern western and non-western history, culture and socio-political structures and the effect of modern technology, colonialism and revolution in the world. This course includes content and experiences appropriate for students wishing to earn honors credit.

Additional Course Information

Credit Type : Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.

Transferability : Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.

Prerequisite : Acceptance into the College Honors Institute.

Departmental Recommendations : Successful completion of ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H.

What does it mean under days?

Days contain S, M, T, W, R, F, S and/or Arrange. They stand for the following :
S : Sunday.    M : Monday.    T : Tuesday.    W : Wednesday.    R : Thursday.    F : Friday.    S : Saturday.   
Arrange : You must arrange a certain amount of time (under Start and End) with the instructor

Sections Offered
Ref# Sec Days Start End Type Units Building Room Instructor
0722 25 --T-R-- 11:00A 12:20P LEC 3.00 BC 101 Beitscher,J
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Note : Students in this course will have the opportunity to attend Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions, which are voluntary, outside-of-class group study sessions with a trained student facilitator.