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Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for HIST 103 at Metropolitan State University in Fall 2017 (Aug - Dec)

While all courses listed as equivalents below are transferable, they are not necessarily equivalent in both directions. The courses below transfer TO the college or university shown above. To see how courses from your home college or university transfer to other participating colleges or universities, you can search Transferology.

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Bemidji State University
HST 1304 - World History I, Prehistory-1500 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
A global and cross-cultural study of the early period of world history, including ancient civilizations and empires, classical China, India, Greece, and Rome, interaction of civilizations, influence of Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam as world religions, the Arab world and culture, Medieval Europe, African and American pre-contact cultures and civilizations. Liberal Education Goal Areas 5 & 8.
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Central Lakes College
HIST 1412 - World History I, From the Beginning to 1500 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
This course will examine the development of world civilizations from prehistory to 1500, and will compare the religion, politics, economy and culture of various world civilizations. Examples will be drawn from Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas.
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Century College
HIST 1060 - World History: To 1500 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
This course explores the ancient world in all its global diversity, including global themes and regional variations. Class lectures, readings, and discussions will stress intellectual and social developments which provide the foundation for the emergence of the modern world. Prerequisite: Assessment score placement in RDNG 1000, or completion of RDNG 0900 or RDNG 0950 with a grade of C or higher and assessment score placement in ENGL 1021, or completion of ENGL 0090 with a grade of C or higher.
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Inver Hills Community College
HIST 1106 - World Civilizations To 1500 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
Considers world civilizations from prehistoric roots, to Sumer, Egypt, Assyria, Israel, China and Southeast Asia, India, Greece, Rome, Africa, and Europe to the Renaissance. Topics include political, cultural, religious, economic, intellectual and artistic development across regions and time.
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Lake Superior College
HIST 1130 - World History I: Ancient and Pre-Modern World - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Critical Thinking (02)
Global Perspective (08)
Examines ancient, classical, and medieval civilizations prior to the emergence of the West as a world power (3500 BCE-1450 CE). The course explores how economic, political, social, religious, intellectual, environmental, and cultural factors combined in different ways to influence the development of major world regions. The history of Mesopotamia, Egypt, West Africa, China, India, Greece and Rome, and the Americas will be addressed. MTC goal areas: (2) Critical Thinking, (5) History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences, and (8) Global Perspective. (Prerequisites: College-level reading and writing) (3 hrs lec/0 hrs lab/0 hrs OJT)
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College
HIST 1000 - World History to 1500 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
This course is a survey of world history examining ancient, classical and medieval civilizations prior to the emergence of the West as a world power (c. 3500 BCE-1450 CE). The course explores how environmental, economic, political, social, religious, and other intellectual and cultural factors combined in different ways to influence the development of major world regions-Africa, Eurasia, and the Americas. The goal is for you to understand how fundamental institutions and cultural norms of different world regions developed out of their own internal environments, as well as in response to developments and influences from other cultural systems and historical forces.
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Minnesota State University Moorhead
HIST 104 - World History I - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
World Civilizations from the ancient through classical periods and up to 1500. (Same as INTl 104) MnTC Goal 5.
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Minnesota State University, Mankato
HIST 170 - Ancient World Civilization to 1500 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
A history of the physical, political, cultural, social, and economic foundations of world civilizations to 1500.
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Normandale Community College
HIST 1102 - History of World Civilizations 2 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
The history of world civilizations from 1300 C.E. (Common Era) through World War I, the rise of Europe, the age of revolutions, colonization and resistance to colonization, industrialization and its effects on people living in both imperialist and colonized societies, and the connection between industrialization and imperialism as causes of World War I.
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COMBINED WITH
HIST 1101 - History of World Civilizations 1 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
The history of world civilizations from the ancient world to 1300 C.E. (Common Era) including Western Asia and Egypt, Greco-Roman World, India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Africa, medieval Europe, Islamic World, and the Americas before Columbus' arrival in the Americas. Thematically, the course begins from the earliest civilizations to the end of the conflict between Christians and Muslims known as the Crusades.
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HIST 1103 - History of World Civilizations 3 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
(HIST 104+HIST 103)
This course will present a history of world civilizations since 1900 to the present. Course topics will include the rise of national liberation movements beginning with the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, decolonization, total war, holocausts, globalization, the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, the Cold War, terrorism, fundamentalism, and the rise of the United States as the only superpower at the end of the 20th century.
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COMBINED WITH
HIST 1102 - History of World Civilizations 2 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
(HIST 104+HIST 103)
The history of world civilizations from 1300 C.E. (Common Era) through World War I, the rise of Europe, the age of revolutions, colonization and resistance to colonization, industrialization and its effects on people living in both imperialist and colonized societies, and the connection between industrialization and imperialism as causes of World War I.
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COMBINED WITH
HIST 1101 - History of World Civilizations 1 - 4 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
(HIST 104+HIST 103)
The history of world civilizations from the ancient world to 1300 C.E. (Common Era) including Western Asia and Egypt, Greco-Roman World, India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Africa, medieval Europe, Islamic World, and the Americas before Columbus' arrival in the Americas. Thematically, the course begins from the earliest civilizations to the end of the conflict between Christians and Muslims known as the Crusades.
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North Hennepin Community College
HIST 1010 - World History: Origins to 1300 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
This course examines world history from its origins to end of the 13th century. Although it is important for students of world history to have a nuanced understanding of cultures, states, and other entities that constitute the fabric of human history, the primary focus of the world historian is the study of phenomena that transcends single states, regions, or cultures. In other words, world history is not the study of the histories of discrete cultures and states one after another and in isolation from one another: world history is transregional, transnational, and transcultural. As long as one focuses on the big picture of cultural interchange and/or comparative history, one is a practicing world historian.
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Ridgewater College
HIST 0101 - World History I - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
Survey of world civilizations and cultures from the ancient period to 1500. Prerequisite: None. M = 5
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Rochester Community and Technical College
HIST 1617 - World History to 1500 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Critical Thinking (02)
Global Perspective (08)
This course provides a survey of world history from the beginnings of civilization about 3500 BCE to 1500 CE. The prehistoric and early literate societies of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China and India are investigated first. A review of the classical societies that developed in these areas and in Europe follows. The course concludes with an examination of the medieval period in Europe and a short investigation of the formation of civilizations in the Americas and Oceana. Cross cultural interactions are noted throughout the course. (Prerequisites: College level reading and writing). (3 C/3 lect, 0 lab). MNTC: Goal 2/Critical Thinking, Goal 5/History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Goal 8/Global Perspectives.
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Saint Paul College
HIST 1760 - History of World Civilizations to 1500 - 3 credits
Hist/Soc/Behav Sci (05)
Global Perspective (08)
This course surveys world history from the first civilizations to 1500 C.E. Course themes focus on political, ideological, economic, social, cultural, religious, technological and environmental developments in Africa, Eurasia, and the Americas. (Prerequisite(s): READ 0721 with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment or appropriate assessment score) (MnTC: Goals 5 & 8) 3C/3/0/0
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