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HIST 335. Reformation to Revolution: Early Modern Britain 1529-1689

Credits: 4
Department: History
Description: Politics, personalities and religion in Early Modern Britain, 1529-1689. Course offered at Alnwick U.K. International Studies Program only.
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, describe or use the methods and data by which historians investigate human conditions during the Early Modern period in Britain.
2. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, analyze human behavior, culture, and social institutions and processes in Britain from 1529-1689 from the perspective of history.
3. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, develop explanations for and explore solutions to historical social problems in Britain's early modern period.
4. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, reflect upon the history of Britain in relation to family, communities, society, culture and/or their own personal histories.
5. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, apply and critique alternative explanatory systems or theories about human societies and behavior to the study of Early Modern Britain.






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