This class was tough.
I would not recommend this course simply because the professor did not intrigue her students with information. Although i only chose to take this class because it was an option for a gen-ed course, I still expected to get something out of it, especially considering the fact that i only had the class once a week for two hours and thirty minutes. The professor basically just read blandly from articles and played ancient videos with bad quality. I understand its a general humanities class but there was absolutely no excitement. Majority of my peers fell asleep during class sessions or they were too distracted by their phones to even pay attention. There were no homework assignments, just a midterm and a final but the professor didn't provide us with a study guide. Instead she told us to read about five chapters (for each exam) that consisted of about 30-45 pages each and she pulled certain information from there. If you're a GNHU major, i would suggest searching for another professor to get your money's worth of education.
I gained some insight about the romans, greeks, their laws & government, art & culture, and basically how people of the middle ages went about life.
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Advice for students:
This class isn't the most exciting so definitely find a professor that adds some spice, be prepared to reread A LOT of the material to fully comprehend it, and be prepared to do an extensive amount of research!