Europe and Modern World
This is an introductory course in European history concentrating on the 19th- and 20th-century experiences of European societies through examination of major social, economic, political and intellectual development. One emphasis is on the changes that caused the transformation of Europe from a pre-industrial to a modern industrial society. A second emphasis focuses on a specific place and time period in order to understand how this process of transformation affected different European nations at different points in their history.
Grading Basis
Course Attributes
This course satisfies LAT Req
Social Science
HISTORY 20803205
Academic Group
College Parallel
Academic Organization
School of Arts & Sciences
Enrollment Requirements
(NexGenRead 261+ or ACCP Read 80+ or ACT Read 19+ or Coll Read Strat #10808101 or Intro Coll Read #10838105) and (NexGenWrite 260+ or ACCP Write 5+ and ACCP Sent 86+ or ACT Eng 17+ or ICW #10831103); or Eng 1 #20801201. Coursework requires a C or higher.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring