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Medieval Hisory
MEDIEVAL HIST
CLASS CODE: HIST 306 CREDITS:  3
DIVISION: LANGUAGE & LETTERS
DEPARTMENT: HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, POLITICAL SCIENCE
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Survey of Western Europe in the Middle Ages beginning with the collapse of the Roman Empire/Germanic invasions, and continuing through the 15th century. Special topics include Gothic architecture, literature (such as the epic of Parzival, or Dante's Divine Comedy) and biography of important persons (St. Augustine, for example).
DESCRIPTION: Survey of Western Europe in the Middle Ages beginning with the collapse of the Roman Empire/Germanic invasions, and continuing through the 15th century. Special topics include Gothic architecture, literature (such as the epic of Parzival, or Dante's Divine Comedy) and biography of important persons (St. Augustine, for example).
TOPICS: Topics include Gothic architecture, literature (such as the epic of Parzival, or Dante's Divine Comedy) and biography of important persons (St. Augustine, for example).
OBJECTIVES:
REQUIREMENTS: Students are required to read 1,000+ evaluated pages, write a 10 page paper, give and oral presentation using Power Point and know the basic work of 25 significant scholars in the field.
PREREQUISITES: No prerequisites, but students are strongly encouraged to have already completed Hist 201-202 and Hist 300. All students in 300-level courses will be expected to know how to research, write, and document a basic historical essay.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2001