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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
World Civilization focused on history from the age of the Mongols to WWII. It provided a broad but interesting background of our world's history and how we benefit from it today.
This course allowed me and my class to discuss our views and summaries of historical events, which helped us retain the information. We also watched many fascinating documentaries about the French Revolution, WWII, and the Vietnam War.
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It is best to read the textbook before class time in order to have a better understanding of the discussion. There are many PowerPoints for the lectures as well, so note-taking is a must. Overall, post-class work is the key to success.