WOH 1012 History of World Civilization to 1500-2.pdf - School of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences PROFESSOR Donnie Burnette MA PHONE NUMBER

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School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences VPAA: Revised 9/11, 4/14, 11/16 Page 1 PROFESSOR: Donnie Burnette, MA PHONE NUMBER: 239.292.5310 OFFICE LOCATION: N/A E-MAIL: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS: By appointment SEMESTER: Summer 2019 I. COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE, CATALOG DESCRIPTION, CREDITS: WOH 1012 HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TO 1500 (I) (3 CREDITS) This course is a compact survey of the evolution of civilization from early times to 1500. All major areas and countries are included. Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, India, China, Japan, and North, Central and South America receive appropriate emphasis. The major focus will be on the political, economic, and social views of the world. This course is termed a writing intensive course and requires a minimum of 4,000 words of instructor-evaluated writing per student, including a minimum of three graded assignments over the duration of the course. If completed with a grad e of “C” or better, this course serves to complete part of the writing intensive course requirements. (I) International or diversity focus II. PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE: SB 1720 Testing Exemption or Testing into ENC 1101; or completion of {(ENC 0025 and REA 0017) or (ENC 0022 and REA 0019)} with a “C” or higher; or EAP 1620 and EAP 1640 with a “C” or higher; or an eligible testing/course completion combination CO-REQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE: None III. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION: Topic Outline. The Earliest Beginnings Mesopotamian Civilization Classical Greek Civilization Classical Roman Civilization The Emergence of Christianity Classical Chinese Civilization The Emergence of Buddhism The Civilization of Islam Medieval Europe Political, Economic, and Social Institutions
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WOH 1012 HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TO 1500 VPAA: Revised 9/11, 4/14, 11/16 Page 2 Medieval Europe Religious and Intellectual Developments Links Among Civilizations Invasions, Trade, and Disease IV. ALL COURSES AT FLORIDA SOUTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM BY MEETING ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING GENERAL EDUCATION COMPETENCIES: C ommunicate clearly in a variety of modes and media. R esearch and examine academic and non-academic information, resources, and evidence. E valuate and utilize mathematical principles, technology, scientific and quantitative data. A nalyze and create individual and collaborative works of art, literature, and performance. T hink critically about questions to yield meaning and value. I nvestigate and engage in the transdisciplinary applications of research, learning, and knowledge. V isualize and engage the world from different historical, social, religious, and cultural approaches. E ngage meanings of active citizenship in one’s community, nation, and the world. A. General Education Competencies and Course Outcomes 1. Listed here are the course outcomes/objectives assessed in this course which play an integral part in contributing to the student’s general education along with the general education competency it supports.
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