hst113 | undergraduate
Western Civilization II: Middle Ages To French Revolution
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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The High and Late Middle Ages â Western Society Emerges
- Compare manorialism, feudalism, and the rise of the medieval town.
- Explain the role of clerics in politics, society, and the rise of the Universities.
- Compare the value system of the warrior class to the rest of medieval society.
- Discuss the role each estate played in the Crusades.
The Renaissance and Reformation
- Explain the consequences of the Black Death on Western society.
- Identify leading figures in art, politics, and culture during the Renaissance period.
- Outline the major events that led to the Reformation and its aftermath.
Dynamic Changes in the 16th Century
- Identify the motivations behind the expansion of Spain into the New World.
- Describe the events that led to the rise of Spain as a superpower.
- Outline the rise of the Tudor dynasty.
An Era of Revolution and Change
- Summarize the political, religious, cultural, and social issues surrounding the wars for religion.
- Compare the political paths of England and France in the 17th century.
The Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution
- Identify the important concepts of the Enlightenment.
- Identify important events and people of the Scientific Revolution.
- Summarize the European nation-statesâ colonial expansion and the ensuing conflicts.
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