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HIST 151 Course Comparison (as of 5.6.13) Course Title Transfers to UHM Credit Gen Ed (SHATATR) UHM HIST 151 World History to 1500 3 UHH HIST 151 World History: To 1500 3 World Civilizations to UHWO HIST 151 1500 3 HAW HIST 151 World Civilization I 3 HON HIST 151 World Civilization I 3 KAP HIST 151 World Civilizations I 3 KAU HIST 151 World History I 3 FGA Transfers to UHH (SHATATR) HIST 151 GS, GW HIST 151 Transfers to UHWO (SHATATR) Prereqs HIST 151 None HIST 151 None Course description Historical narratives and global perspectives on human societies and cross-cultural interactions from prehistory to 1500; includes ways to think about the past and ways to use primary sources. History of the World from prehistoric origins to 1500. A survey course dealing with significant historical events and differing perspectives in world civilizations from prehistory to 1500. The course will include instruction in how to use primary materials. HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 ENG 22 Concurr or ENG 100 Plmt ENG 21, 22 or ESL 15 or plmt in ENG 100 or 102 A broad survey of world history from its prehistoric origins through the 16th century. This course analyzes the historical development of human societies and their cultural pre or co-req: ENG traditions in all parts of the world, including Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania, up to 1500 C.E. 22/60 or ESL 23 HIST 151 is an interpretive survey of the development of civilizations from prehistoric times to the 16th century. It examines the events, personalities, institutions, and None ideas that shaped the major world civilizations. HIST 151 This course provides a survey of world history from our earliest ancestors to 1500 C.E. Emphasis will be placed on the development of complex societies in the Old World: Mesopotamia, the Mediterranean, India, China, and Europe. Religious, philosophical, technological, biological, cultural, and ecological developments will be examined. FGA FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 LEE HIST 151 World History I 3 FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 MAU HIST 151 World Civilization I 3 FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 WIN HIST 151 World Civilization I 3 FGA HIST 151 HIST 151 HIST 151 ENG 100 qualified A survey of the development of world cultures, institutions and thought from the earliest times to 1500 A.D. Emphasis is given to broad relationships and trends within ENG 22 w/C or higher the historical process and to political, religious, economic and social change. Surveys spread of civilization from its Near Eastern origins, with emphasis upon ENG 22 w/C or plmt cultural contributions from Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, China, Japan, Greece, Rome, in ENG 100 and Post-Roman Europe up to 1650. A survey course focusing on significant historical events and patterns of development None in world civilizations from the prehistoric period to the 1500's.