HIST 118 Civilizations and Ideas II

ABOUT THE COURSE

Survey of the development of world civilizations from the eighteenth century, including the origins and history of ideas, worldviews, and institutions (nationalism, anti-Semitism, racism, multiculturalism, etc.), with emphasis on cultural diversity and interaction and their meaning in the modern and post-modern world. 

Why at Andrews?  Flexible. Faith-based. Online.
Who can register?  Open to all high school graduates
*See course schedule for self-paced and interactive full-term online formats.

KEY FACTS

Term:  Summer 2022
Class Length: June 13 - August 5
Semester Credits: 3
Syllabus: includes textbook information
Online Format:  Interactive, assignments due twice a week, no fixed class times (NOT self-paced)
Prerequisites: minimum technical requirements

COSTS 

Tuition: $200 per credit 
Guest fee:  $75 per term
Late registration fee: $100
Incomplete fee: $35
Change of registration: $35
Class Size: 25 per section to maximize interactivity

Questions?  Contact us

HOW TO REGISTER

Registered in any term in the past 12 months? Not registered before or during the last year?
Available sections:
  • HIST 118 970
  • HIST 118 971

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