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HISTORY 111 World Civilizations I

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    Course Overview:

    World Civilizations I is one of your few choices of a required History course when beginning your college career. World Civilizations I allows you to become familiar with not only American History, but important History throughout the world.

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    Many things were taught in this course. We discussed Ancient Egypt, Alexander the Great, Christianity, Islam, the Peloponnesian War, etc.

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    9-11 hours

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    Study your quizzes in order to successfully prepare for your Unit Assessments.

    • Fall 2016
    • David Pittman (Nash Community College)
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