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    Oct 24, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This is a semi difficult course. It is a very interesting subject matter but the tests can be difficult if you don't fully understand the concepts. There is a good bit of reading to keep up on if you want to succeed but I think it's totally doable if you put your mind to it. I had Dr. Trimble as a professor. One thing I didn't like is that he never assigned homework. The only grades were from tests, quizzes, and attendance. If you're really interested in learning about technology and how it relates to civilization I would totally recommend this course.

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    I gained knowledge about different civilizations and how technology affected them. It was a very interesting course to me because I hadn't looked at civilization in that way before. I would recommend it if the subject matters interests you.

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    6-8 hours

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    Read all of the material even if it's super boring. Trust me, it will help you and you probably won't regret it. This is a major discussion based class and you want to know the material so you can give input. And study a lot for the tests. The essay portion is a huge part of your grade and you don't want that to hurt you.

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