HU 1111 - Humanities II: World Thought II
This sophomore-level course explores significant developments from the 16th through 19th centuries, with an emphasis on European expansion and the rise of colonialism. The second of two such core humanities requirements, this course is intended to provide students with an intellectual vocabulary; exposure to various worldviews and religions; ethical thought; and philosophy through literature and drama, philosophical, and religious writings. Emphasis is placed on honing scholarly research skills and further development of critical thinking skills. Through course readings and research-based writing, students gain broad exposure to the development of thought—especially in Asia, Asia Minor, the Mediterranean world, Europe, and the New World.
Prerequisites: HU 1110 - Humanities I: World Thought I
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Understand the development of thought in Asia, Asia Minor, the Mediterranean world, and Europe from the 16th through 19th centuries.
- Understand the development of European expansion and the rise of colonialism.
- Understand the intellectual vocabulary of social studies
HU 1111 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Frameworks of World History by Stephen Morillo. Oxford University Press - ISBN: 9780199987795
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