Cole, et al, Western Civilizations, 3rd brief edn, vol. 1; WW Norton 2012.
By the end of this course, students should have
1) a better understanding of their major and the larger context in which it developed.
2) improved their oral and written skills.
3) a firm foundation for understanding western civilization and some of the questions and issues that have been of concern throughout this periodTextbooks
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