Western Civilization Courses

CIV 100 - Western Civilization (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. CV
Required for all students. Team taught by instructors from a variety of disciplines. Emphasis on conceptual approach to intellectual, cultural, political, economic, social, and technological issues that have formed the spirit of the various ages from ancient Greece to the present. Readings from original sources; lecture and small discussion groups.

CIV 101 - Western Civilization to 1600 (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. CV
Emphasis on conceptual approach to intellectual, cultural, political, economic, social, and technological issues that have formed the spirit of the various ages from classical Greece to 1600.

CIV 102 - Western Civilization Since 1600 (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. CV
Emphasis on conceptual approach to intellectual, cultural, political, economic, social, and technological issues that have formed the spirit of the various ages from 1600 to present.

CIV 111 - Unified Composition and Western Civilization I (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. CV
Integration of ENG 101 and CIV 100. Emphasis on clear and effective writing using subject matter of Western Civilization. Team taught by faculty from a variety of disciplines. Students must take both semesters (111 and 112) to satisfy University requirements in both composition and Western Civilization. If unable to take both semesters, students must take CIV 100, 101, or 102 and ENG 101.

CIV 112 - Unified Composition and Western Civilization II (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. CV
Integration of ENG 101 and CIV 100. Emphasis on clear and effective writing using subject matter of Western Civilization. Team taught by faculty from a variety of disciplines. Students must take both semesters (111 and 112) to satisfy University requirements in both composition and Western Civilization. If unable to take both semesters, students must take CIV 100, 101, or 102 and ENG 101.

This is the official catalog for the 2010-2011 academic year. This catalog serves as a contract between a student and Bradley University. Should changes in a program of study become necessary prior to the next academic year every effort will be made to keep students advised of any such changes via the Dean of the College or Chair of the Department concerned, the Registrar's Office, u.Achieve degree audit system, and the Schedule of Classes. It is the responsibility of each student to be aware of the current program and graduation requirements for particular degree programs.