HU2310: WESTERN CULTURAL HERITAGE III
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COURSE DESCRIPTION: A chronological investigation of humanity in Western civilization undertaken through the study of art, music, literature, politics, philosophy, and theology from the Baroque period to the present day. The historical experience of man and his cultural expressions and values are interpreted through a Christian worldview as the best means to understand the nature of man. Offered every semester. Prerequisite: eligibility for EH 1301 required; HU 1310 and HU 1320 are strongly recommended.
Please click here for a PDF copy of the HU 2310 syllabus for Fall 2010.
Please click here for a PDF copy of the Extra Credit Policy and list of available lectures for Fall 2010.
Study guides for exams in HU 2310-01 will be linked from this page at the appropriate time.
Exam #1 (September 21): Jewell; Roberson
Exam #2 (October 26): Jewell; Roberson
Final Exam (December 7 @ 7:30 a.m.): Jewell; Roberson
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