hst205 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Asian History
- Identify the major geographical regions of Asia.
- Describe the agricultural developments and traditional trade patterns in prehistoric and ancient Asia.
- Identify religious, cultural, and social developments in prehistoric and ancient Asia.
- Identify the major dynasties that define Chinese history.
- Describe how events during China's golden age shaped China's culture and politics.
- Explain how events during the Ming dynasty shaped China's commerce and culture.
India and Southeast Asia
- Identify the chronology of Indian history, including empires, kingdoms, sultanates, dynasties, and states.
- Compare the Delhi sultanate with the Mughal dynasty.
- Describe the historical influences of Indian, Chinese, and Islamic cultures on Southeast Asia.
Japan, Korea, and Central Asia
- Compare life in Japan, Korea, and Central Asia.
- Compare the development of Manchu China with Tokugawa Japan.
Western Influence and Independence
- Identify the various influences of Western powers in Asia.
- Identify the major cultural and political events in Asia during the 20th century.
- Describe the global and economic challenges and opportunities in an emerging Asia.
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