|8 Week 2||October 14|
|5 Week 3||November 1|
|Spring 2020 Enrollment||November 4|
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HIST 134 - Modern Western Civilization (3 credits)
Survey of European history from the renaissance to the present. Emphasis on Renaissance and Reformation, the emergence of the modern state, industrialism, nationalism, and the problems caused by war, revolution and imperialism in the 20th and 21st centuries. Relationship of European civilization to the developments of the non-European world. (MOTR WCIV 102)
|Class # 43738||Instructor: Cheryl Atkinson||Session: Meets 1st 8 weeks|
|Notes||Taught via the Internet. Add'l fees apply. Check your schedule for course start and end dates. Attend class at https://mcckc.blackboard.com Books available at the BTC bookstore or online at http://mcckc.betterknow.com/log-in Course may require exams to be taken at approved testing center or with an approved proctor. For information about online classes visit http://online.mcckc.edu|
|Fees*||No additional fees for this course.|
|Enrollment||To enroll, you'll need the class # (e.g. 46421) for each of your selected classes.|
|Textbooks||To find textbooks, required for your class, you'll need to know the class#, campus and term.|
|Support Services||Students with documented disabilities may request assistance at Disability Support Services offices.|
* Fees may change on a per semester basis; refer to the Course Fee Summary for more info:
Course Fee Summary: Spring 2019 - Summer 2019 - Fall 2019
The purpose of this schedule is to provide information. It does not constitute a contract. Classes may be added, combined or cancelled and instructors may be changed at the discretion of Metropolitan Community College.