Sep 16, 2019
HIST 325 - Renaissance and Reformation
Survey of European political, social, cultural, and economic revolutions from the 14th to16th centuries; including medieval dissolution, humanism, overseas exploration, Protestantism, and popular culture. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Identify key events, persons, and places in Renaissance/Reformation history.
- Isolate and analyze significant issues In Renaissance/Reformation history.
- Critically analyze primary and secondary sources.
- Compare opposing interpretations and opinions.
- Organize and present ideas clearly.
- Choose a Renaissance/Reformation topic and develop a thesis-driver research paper based on primary sources.
- Give examples of the relationship between the past and contemporary events and problems.
- Conceptualize the rich diversity of human experience in other times and places.
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