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Course Catalog: Civilization

CV 1003 3.0
American Civilization
A survey history course designed to provide the student with a unique experience and perspective looking at the various elements of our evolving culture, including famous American Icons associated with those elements. The instructor intends to teach the material in a topical and in a chronological order from the past into the present time with glimpses into future trends for our culture. The roles of the governments on all levels, the frontier, immigration, industry, labor, foreign policy and wars, technology, and the increasing diversity of the American people are just a few of the elements to be discussed during the course. The course is Web Enhanced. HOT, HFA, WRT.
Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233

CV 2023 3.0
Islamic Civilization
Islamic Civilization is designed as a survey of the faith, history, and cultural heritage of Islam, from the time of Muhammad (570-632 CE), to the present. Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics, culture, and religious belief and practice. The course will fulfill a humanities requirement. GLB, WRT, HFA
Prerequisite/Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233.

CV 2103 3.0
European Civilization I
Europe to 1500. An interdisciplinary study of the development of Western culture from prehistoric man through the Protestant Reformation, with special emphasis on social, economic, intellectual, religious, and political institutions. The course fulfills a humanities requirement. HFA, HOT, GLB
Prerequisite: None

CV 2203 3.0
European Civilization II
Europe since 1500. An interdisciplinary study of the development of Western institutions from the Protestant Reformation to the present, with special emphasis on economic, intellectual, social, political, and religious movements. The course fulfills a humanities requirement. HFA, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: None

CV 2303 3.0
Latin American Civilization
Latin America. An interdisciplinary topical study of the social, economic, political, cultural, and intellectual conditions of modern Latin America from 1800 to the present. The course is designed for students of history and others who desire an elective course in humanities. HFA, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: None

CV 2603 3.0
Japanese Civilization
Japan. An interdisciplinary topical study of Japan from prehistoric times to the present including studies of the geography, politics, cultural and intellectual conditions. Also includes a study of Japanese business methods and organizations. The course is designed for students of history and for others such as business students who desire an in-depth study of a non-European culture. Counts as an elective course in humanities. HFA, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: None

CV 2613 3.0
East Asian Civ to 1800
China and Japan. East Asian Civilization to 1800 is designed as a survey of the history and civilization of East Asia, especially China and Japan, to 1800. Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics, culture, and religious movements. This course will fulfill a humanities requirement. HFA, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: None

CV 2623 3.0
East Asian Civ Since 1800
China and Japan. East Asian Civilization Since 1800 is designed as a survey of the history and civilization of East Asia, especially China and Japan, from 1800. Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics, culture, and religious movements. This course will fulfull a humanities requirement. HFA, GLB, HOT
Prerequisite: None

 
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