HIS 102: History of Western Civilization Since 1715

Enrollment Message:

Terms of Use (More Info in Syllabi): Dual enrollment (DE) courses follow St. Clair County Community College (SC4)’s calendar. You consent to pay the SC4 in-district tuition/fees. Michigan Virtual will invoice eligible charges following enrollment/withdrawal date. Students or enrolling schools must buy required text/materials listed in syllabi. SC4 accepts SAT scores for DE eligibility. If student hasn’t taken the SAT, then SC4 will evaluate the student’s H.S. transcript. Upload files to Michigan Virtual’s Student Learning Portal (SLP). DE courses are limited to students attending public/private schools in Michigan. Nonresident or homeschooled students are not eligible. Students must complete the webform in their registration email. SC4 will contact the student directly with acceptance by mail and info on accessing the portal, college email, and online course content. SC4 will transmit scores electronically or by mail via Michigan Virtual. DE scores will not appear in the SLP.

Course Number: HIS 102

Credit Hours: 4

Contact Hours: 4 (Lecture); 0 (Lab); 0 (Other)

COURSE RATIONALE: All students should have an understanding of the history of western civilization to help them understand why countries have the policies and traditions they do. This course fulfills part of the Global Awareness Competency Requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: HIS 102: History of Western Civilization Since 1715. This course moves the development of Western Civilization from the Enlightenment to the French Revolution and Napoleon and the Industrial Revolution through the 19th century to explain nationalism, communism, fascism, collective security, the Cold War, and other major experiences of the 20th century world. History 102 may be taken before History 101. The object of this course is to review the development of the current order of Western culture from the textbook and to deepen student understanding of the elements through class lecture and discussion.

Prerequisites: None

Course Objectives/Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to...

  1. write a comprehensive essay demonstrating a clear understanding of the interdependence nations have upon each other.
  2. write an essay that demonstrates their ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate acquired knowledge.
  3. discuss with comprehension the impact of wars and treaties that have occurred since the French Revolution on our contemporary society.
  4. demonstrate an appreciation of history and recognize its importance to them in today’s world.
  5. demonstrate comprehension of how continued development of philosophy, religion, science, medicine, and economics has impacted their daily lives.
  6. analyze how the world grew larger through imperialism than smaller through industry and technology

Course Outline:

Eighteenth Century

  • Heritage from the seventeenth century
  • The French Revolution and Napoleon
  • Industrialization
  • Romanticism

Nineteenth Century

  • Beginning of the nineteenth century: Congress of Vienna; Concert of Europe
  • Bourgeois rejection: Theory and Practice of Liberalism
  • Proletariat rejection: Utopian Socialism; Marxism; Anarchism; Christian Socialism
  • Bourgeois Triumph: Cultural--Science, Literature, Graphic Arts, Music, Philosophy
  • Political: Nationalism; Imperialism

Twentieth Century

  • World War I
  • Period of disillusionment: Rise of the Soviet Union
  • Period of disillusionment: Rise of Fascist Italy and Germany
  • World War II—Failure of Collective Security
  • Cold War
  • Post Cold War

Resources Included: Upon confirmation of the student's course registration, SC4 will mail an acceptance letter to each student's home address. This letter will contain additional information about login access to the SC4 Portal and establishing a college email account. Students will receive login information to the Canvas learning management system (LMS) via their college email account. The email will provide login procedures necessary to access the online course(s) for which a student is enrolled.

Additional Costs: Required Textbook / Materials: Spielvogel, J. J. (2018). Mindtap for western civilization: volume II: since 1750 (10th ed.). Independence, KY: Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: 9781305953369 OR 9781305952805.

Estimated Cost: $80-$150. SC4 Bookstore: (810) 989-5725 https://www.bkstr.com/stclaircountyccstore/home OR https://www.cengage.com/c/western-civilization-10e-spielvogel/9781305952805

Students are responsible for all tuition, books/supplies, and fees the school or school district does not pay; this includes the non-refundable student fee for dropped courses. A high school may hold the student responsible for reimbursement of tuition and fees should the student fail a course(s) for which the school district paid.

Scoring System: Michigan Virtual does not assign letter grades, grant credit for courses, nor issue diplomas. Michigan Virtual will transmit the final letter grade awarded by SC4 for each dual enrollment course completed to the student and his/her enrolling school.

Time Commitment: Dual enrollment semester sessions are 12-weeks long: Students must be able to spend 1.5 or more hours per day in the course to be successful.

Technology Requirements: Students will require a computer device with headphones, a microphone, webcam, up-to-date Chrome Web Browser, and access to all web resources linked within the online course content provided by the SC4 Canvas learning management system.

Instructor Support System: For technical issues within your course, contact your SC4 instructor or the college at 810-984-3881.

Instructor Contact Expectations: Students can use their college email or other means provided by their instructor within the course syllabus or within their learning management system once the term has begun when they need instructor assistance. The instructor may describe additional communication options.

Academic Support Available: Disability Services - Support services are available to students at SC4 upon request. For information regarding services provided by St. Clair County Community College, contact the Achievement Center at (810) 989-5759. Students must self-identify their need for assistance.

Required Assessment: Online assessments consist of formative and summative assessments represented by computer-graded multiple choice, instructor-graded writing assignments including hands-on projects, model building and other forms of authentic assessments.

Technical Skills Needed: No special skills are required beyond being able to operate a computer and use word processing software.

Additional Information: [1] Dual enrollment courses follow unique start, end and last day to withdraw dates for St. Clair County Community College (SC4)’s academic calendar for courses [https://michiganvirtual.org/dualenrollmentdates].

[2] You are consenting to pay the SC4 in-district tuition and fees for the course(s) selected [https://sc4.edu/admissions/tuition-and-fees/]. Michigan Virtual will send an invoice for eligible charges following the enrollment/withdrawal date of each term. Students or their enrolling schools are responsible to purchase the required textbook and materials listed in the syllabus.

[3] SC4 accepts the SAT as qualifying scores for dual enrollment eligibility. If a student has not taken the SAT, then SC4 will evaluate the student’s high school transcript to determine college readiness. Upload the student’s SAT report and/or high school transcript to Michigan Virtual’s Student Learning Portal (SLP) [https://michiganvirtual.org/about/support/knowledge-base/slp-add-sat-and-transcript-files-to-student-account/].

[4] Dual enrollment courses are limited to students attending public or private schools in the State of Michigan. Nonresident or homeschooled students are not eligible to dual enroll.

[5] SC4 will transmit a student’s scores electronically or by mail via Michigan Virtual. Dual enrollment scores will not appear in the SLP.

[6] Students must complete the online webform linked in their registration email before the enrollment will be confirmed.

[7] SC4 will contact the student directly with an acceptance letter and information on accessing the SC4 Portal, a college email account, and the online course content.

Details


School Level: Postsecondary
Standards: None
NCAA Approved: Yes
Alignment Document: Document
Course Location:
NCES Code: 04055
MDE Endorsement Code:
MMC Minimum Requirements: EDP/Career Interest Elective

When Offered: _Internal Use Only

Content Provider: SC4
Instructor Provider: SC4

Course Type: DUAL4