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    Apr 09, 2017
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    Course Overview:

    Taking this course will provide you with the knowledge and insight of the worlds most impacting and profoundly important events and history that explains the truly memorable past time that shaped the future that we live in today. Understanding society of differentiating countries along with the events and people that shaped who we are today both individually and wholly.

    Course highlights:

    A wide variety of information and time periods through Egyptian society up until modern day were taught. Classical civilizations and advancements that led us to modern day discoveries were shown to be imperatively learned. And as to how we live today was brought forth based upon our long line of leaders and ancestors. Learning exciting milestones of the worlds history such as trade, early economy, environmental advancement, and ancient civilizations puts points of emphasis on how important our world history really is.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Always be sure to put forth maximum effort towards your study with this subject. Besides the fact of having being a required course to graduate, this knowledge prepares you for future courses that are equally to even more important for graduating. Although not a very rigorous course, put in extra time towards your homework and studies to ensure your success in this course.

    • Fall 2016
    • Jeffery Hernden
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