Area C 1 World Civilizations
1. Deals with one or more of the major Western
and/or Non-Western civilizations which have had a significant direct
influence on the modern world.
2. Covers a historical period of at least 500 years.
3. Is broad in scope, emphasizing the distinguishing characteristics
of the civilization(s) studied. [Courses shall not be restricted
to a single aspect of a civilization's culture.]
4. Develops an understanding of and appreciation for the diversity
of the human community.
5. Presents the contributions and perspectives of women; persons from
various ethnic, socio-economic, and religious groups, gays and lesbians;
and persons with disabilities. [At least two of these groups should
be included in the course.]
1. Explain the historical and cultural significance of the
major phenomena within the period(s) and region(s) studies.
2. Compare and contrast the basic values of the people/cultures