History 1004: Western Civilizations To 1600
College of the Siskiyous <www.siskiyous.edu/>
Semester: Fall 2013
Instructor: Dave Bush
I'm glad you are considering taking this class. This is a fun, exciting and challenging course. If you have not done so already and you would like to take the class, contact the College of the Siskiyous Admissions and Records Office <www.siskiyous.edu/apply/registration.htm> to enroll.
History 1004: Western Civilizations to 1600
This introductory course focuses on the origins and development of civilization in the western world from pre-historic times to the 17th century. Topics include the first civilizations, the Greek and Roman civilizations, the Middle Ages, the rise of church power, the Reformation, the Renaissance, Europe and the new world, state building and the scientific revolution. (AA,CSU,UC) Advisory: ENGL 1001.
Syllabus (with book list) - <www.siskiyous.dabush.org/Syllabus1004Siskiyous_Fall2013_08-11-13.html> (Updated: August 11, 2013).
Class Schedule - <www.siskiyous.dabush.org/ClassSchedule1004_Fall2013Siskiyous_08-15-13.html> (Updated: August 15, 2013).
- Online Survival Guide <www.siskiyous.edu/online/survive.htm> - If this is your first online class, I suggest you read over this helpful COS web page.
- Etudes Student Help Page <http://etudes.org/student-help.htm> - The program used to deliver the class is called "Etudes." If you have never used Etudes or need to learn more about the program, please visit the Etudes Student Help Page. It has links to many Frequently Asked Questions, Etudes User Guide (.pdf) <http://etudes.org/release/melete/downloads/student_guide.pdf>, and much more.
- Log in Help - The College of the Siskiyous Etudes - Student Help <www.siskiyous.edu/online/etudes/index.htm> web page has information on logging in to the class.