his458 | undergraduate
History Of Human Discovery
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Construction of Time
- Explain how the ability to measure time influences human behavior.
- Describe the need of humankind to understand our relationship with nature.
- Explain the purpose of measuring time.
Exploring Beyond the Boundaries
- Describe the idea of the illusion of knowledge.
- Explain the technological challenges of exploration that preceded the Age of Discovery.
- Analyze the economic, political, and cultural movements that prepared Europe to move beyond its borders.
Seeing the Universe
- Describe how the telescope changed our relationship with nature.
- Analyze the traditions that were challenged by advances in astronomy.
Seeing the Invisible
- Describe how the microscope changed our relationship with nature.
- Analyze the traditions that were challenged by advances in natural sciences.
The Spread of Knowledge
- Relate the printing press to the spread of knowledge.
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