Syllabus - Western Humanities I Ancient through Renaissance...

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Western Humanities I – Ancient through Renaissance HUM 2210 – MW 11:00-12-15 p.m. Session I 2008-2009 Instructor: Mr. Basil Moutsatsos Office: LY 252 Hours: MW- (9:30-10:30 am; 12:30-2 pm; 4:00-7:00 pm (before 9/22); After 9/22 (MW- 4:15 - 4:45 pm)): TR- (10 am-12:15 & 4:30-5:15pm) Phone: 712-5808 Email: or preferably Angel Email Prerequisite: ENC 0020 or satisfactory score on placement exam Required Texts: Western Humanities Volume I: Beginnings through the Renaissance , 6 th ed.: Readings in the Western Humanities Volume I , Edited by Wildhaber, Engelberg, and Hays. 6 th ed. Class Policies Active Participation Policy: Student’s active participation in this class is measured by students attending course lectures, exams, and quizzes. Students which miss more than 5 class meetings will be deemed not actively involved in class. Additional absences WILL RESULT in the student being withdrawn with a “WF” at the 60% mark in the semester or receiving a failing grade for the course (if after the 60% mark). Since missing one day of class can considerably set one back in his/her assignments, and may result in failing the course, avoid missing class whenever possible. Withdrawals:This is the student’s responsibility to ensure a grade of “W”. If you wish to withdraw from the course for any reason, you need to fill out a withdraw form, or you may withdraw yourself online (MySPC). The last day to withdraw with a grade of “W” is October 27, 2008. The last day to drop the course and receive a refund and the last day to
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course HUM 1024 taught by Professor Moutstatsous during the Spring '08 term at St. Petersburg College.

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