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Usu1320 - History And Civilization, Fall, 2007, Mark Damen Aug 2007

Usu1320 - History And Civilization, Fall, 2007, Mark Damen

University Studies - OCW

The purpose of this course is to survey the development of various Western civilizations and the ways in which culture translates, transforms, and transcends the world around it. But, while we will survey history across many millennia and several continents, this is not strictly a "survey class." We are not obliged to cover "Plato to NATO" and, as such, this course will serve neither time nor topic but spread its colors where curiosity draws the eye.


Usu1300 - U.S. Institutions, Fall 2007, Craig Petersen Aug 2007

Usu1300 - U.S. Institutions, Fall 2007, Craig Petersen

University Studies - OCW

The organizing theme used to provide continuity for this course is the U.S. Constitution--its origins, its evolution, and its impact in today's world. Using the Constitution as a focal point, students will gain an understanding of basic governmental and economic principles and institutions in the United States. The course will also include extensive discussion of current events.