Humanities: The Ancient World to the Middle Ages

Permission Required:
No
Distribution:
Humanities
Prerequisite:
(ENC0021 and REA0011)
Credits:
3.00 Credits
Lecture:
3.00 Hours

Course Description:

A study of the ideas and ideals which characterize the moral, intellectual, and aesthetic activities of the early Western Civilization: Ancient Greece and Rome, the formative period of the Judeo-Christian Tradition, and the European Middle Ages. Emphasis is placed upon speculative and creative nature as it is reflected in literature, art, music, philosophy, religion, and drama. This course satisfies the Gordon Rule writing requirement. A grade of 'C' or higher must be attained.

PHSC Course Schedule: Humanities: The Ancient World to the Middle Ages

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Fall 2022
Section Availability Dates Days Meeting Time Location Delivery Bldg/Room Instructor Credit Hours Clock Hours Fees Comments
1127 Open 08/15/2022-12/02/2022 Wed 9:30A-10:45 East Campus
Hybrid - On Campus
A-168 Jennifer Hawley 3.00
This course meets on campus on the day and time listed in the schedule. The remainder of the course is delivered with online assignments and activities. Students may need a webcam and microphone for this class.
2216 Full 08/15/2022-12/02/2022 Tue, Thu 12:30P- 1:45 North Campus
On Campus
B-202 Wanda Vyborny 3.00
This course meets on campus on the day(s) and time(s) listed in the schedule.
4124 Full 08/15/2022-12/02/2022 Online
Online
Wendy Neeld 3.00 45.00
Traditional online format. In this modality, the course is available through canvas any time throughout the semester offering a high level of flexibility and with no set meeting schedule. Students may need a webcam and microphone for this class.
4359 Open 08/15/2022-10/07/2022 Online
Online
Steven Insalaco 3.00 45.00
Traditional online format. In this modality, the course is available through canvas any time throughout the semester offering a high level of flexibility and with no set meeting schedule. Students may need a webcam and microphone for this class.