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HIST 230: Christianity from Constantine to the Age of the Renaissance and the Reformations 300 to 1650 CE

Description
This course is designed to introduce students to the changing role of the Christian Churches in those centuries when Christianity became a world religion and the dominant cultural institution throughout Europe. While the course focuses mainly on Mediterranean and European society, the spread of Christianity in these times included most of the known world and began to include the “New World.”
Credit units
3
Term description
1/2(3L)
College
Arts and Science
Department
History
Prerequisite(s)
3 credit units 100-level HIST or 30 credit units at university level
Note:
Students who have completed HIST 285.6 may not take this course for credit.