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HIST - History - Lower Division Courses - CSULB Catalog
Corequisite: ENGL or GE Composition Area A1 Explanation of facts, evidence and explanation to explore and develop habits of critical thought using a historical and global perspective. Topics include argument, inductive and deductive reasoning, the relationship of language to logic and theoretical perspectives. Not open for credit to students with credit in HIST History of western civilization from its origins through the 16th century. Stresses society, culture, and political institutions of ancient Near East, classical world, the medieval West, and renaissance and reformation Europe. European society from 16th century to present. Stresses events and phenomena which reshaped political, economic and social structures of the West and their impact throughout the world.
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