European History (EUH)
This course is a survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural beginnings of civilization and the diffusion and accumulation of culture through 1648. This course considers the early histories of the Ancient Near East, Greece, Rome, Medieval Age, Renaissance, and the Reformation. In addition, this course will explore the religious traditions of the west to include Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This Diversity-Infused course meets General Education and College Level Communications Skills requirements.
This course is an examination of modern civilization from 1648 including the political, economic, and social factors embodied in Absolutism, the Enlightenment, the Age of Revolutions, Nationalism, Imperialism, effects of World War I, Totalitarianism, impact of World War II, The Cold War, and the struggle for peace in the modern world. This Diversity-Infused course meets General Education and College Level Communications Skills requirements.
This course gives the student the opportunity to understand the relationship of theory to practice through participation in a service-learning experience. Students are required to complete 20 hours of volunteer work, a service-learning contract, and an oral and written reflection of the experience.