World HistoryPart 1

HIST 061

Teacher-Led (TL)

$ 256.00
Plus textbooks: 
Instructor: 
Cassidy Baker
Section: 
T002
Credit hours: 
0.50
 
 
 
 

This course explores the early civilizations of the Greeks and Romans and how they influenced modern western culture. Students will learn the origins and results of the French, Glorious, American, and Industrial revolutions. The course will conclude with a discussion on the expanding imperialistic world of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This is the first course in a two-part World History series (HIST 061 and HIST 063); however, either course may be taken independently of the other.

Students will need access to a computer with high speed Internet access, a microphone, speakers (or a headphone), and a webcam (optional).


Note about browsers: This course performs best in Mozilla Firefox; other browsers may not work quite as well.

 
Delivery type: 
TL
Available space: 
999

Unit 1:Early Greece
Unit 2: The Romans
Unit 3: Revolutions
Unit 4: Industrial Revolution
Unit 5: Imperialism

No additional materials. All content for this course is delivered online and is included.