This module (actually called the Epistemological Tradition) for the BA Philosophy at UCLan divides, roughly, into two sections. Weeks 1-6 concern scepticism whilst weeks 7-12 concern the analysis of knowledge. That said, scepticism is one of the key problems that drives the analysis of knowledge whilst any satisfactory response to scepticism will involve a view of the nature of knowledge so the two halves are connected.
Topics in the philosophy of knowledge
The essential readings will be available on WebCT. Most, however, are to be found in the following which also contains a host of related papers to support serious scholarship.
There is NO textbook for the module as none is entirely satisfactory. But any of these (and others) will give you a feeling for the subject.
This is rather more challenging, but excellent.
A specialist introduction to scepticism.
The handbook is here.