Alan T Wood
Explores world history from the time of the ancient classical empires to the global Enlightenment periods of the Eighteenth century. Investigate the interaction of different peoples with their social and natural environments.
This course will cover world history from the 15th century to the 18th century, focusing on the main political, social, economic, techological, religious, artistic, and environmental issues confronted by the world's peoples during that time period.
Student learning goals
Oral speaking skills
General method of instruction
The course will consist of lectures, discussions, readings, presentations, and conversation.
No prerequisites are necessary.
Class assignments and grading
Assignments will include papers, mid-term and final exams, and an oral presentation.
Grades will be based on class discussion, papers, exams, and oral presentation.