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2022 January Semester
Jan 19, 2022
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CRN 10403
World History since 1550 - HIST 191 - A1
This course examines the history of the world from the mid-sixteenth century through the end of the twentieth. The global movement of people, ideas, and economic practices receives particular attention, as do processes of imperialism and colonialism. Students are also introduced to the discipline of History and to the skills of document analysis, historical writing, and primary source research.

Please note: Students must register in lecture and tutorial components separately.



Levels:  Undergraduate

Campus:    Prince George
Schedule Type:  Lecture
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
Credits:   3.000


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 12:30 pm - 1:20 pm MW Teaching Lab 8-164 Jan 05, 2022 - Apr 07, 2022 Lecture Sara Farhan (P)E-mail
Exam TBA   TBA Apr 08, 2022 - Apr 22, 2022 Final Exam TBA


CRN 10404
World History since 1550 - HIST 191 - T1
This course examines the history of the world from the mid-sixteenth century through the end of the twentieth. The global movement of people, ideas, and economic practices receives particular attention, as do processes of imperialism and colonialism. Students are also introduced to the discipline of History and to the skills of document analysis, historical writing, and primary source research.

Please note: Students must register in lecture and tutorial components separately.



Levels:  Undergraduate

Campus:    Prince George
Schedule Type:  Tutorial
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
Credits:   0.000


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm R Teaching Lab 8-160 Jan 05, 2022 - Apr 07, 2022 Tutorial Sara Farhan (P)E-mail


CRN 10405
World History since 1550 - HIST 191 - T2
This course examines the history of the world from the mid-sixteenth century through the end of the twentieth. The global movement of people, ideas, and economic practices receives particular attention, as do processes of imperialism and colonialism. Students are also introduced to the discipline of History and to the skills of document analysis, historical writing, and primary source research.

Please note: Students must register in lecture and tutorial components separately.



Levels:  Undergraduate

Campus:    Prince George
Schedule Type:  Tutorial
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
Credits:   0.000


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 11:30 am - 12:20 pm M Geoffrey R Weller Library 5-171 Jan 05, 2022 - Apr 07, 2022 Tutorial Sara Farhan (P)E-mail


CRN 10406
World History since 1550 - HIST 191 - T3
This course examines the history of the world from the mid-sixteenth century through the end of the twentieth. The global movement of people, ideas, and economic practices receives particular attention, as do processes of imperialism and colonialism. Students are also introduced to the discipline of History and to the skills of document analysis, historical writing, and primary source research.

Please note: Students must register in lecture and tutorial components separately.



Levels:  Undergraduate

Campus:    Prince George
Schedule Type:  Tutorial
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
Credits:   0.000


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 10:30 am - 11:20 am T Teaching Lab 8-160 Jan 05, 2022 - Apr 07, 2022 Tutorial Sara Farhan (P)E-mail


CRN 10407
World History since 1550 - HIST 191 - T4
This course examines the history of the world from the mid-sixteenth century through the end of the twentieth. The global movement of people, ideas, and economic practices receives particular attention, as do processes of imperialism and colonialism. Students are also introduced to the discipline of History and to the skills of document analysis, historical writing, and primary source research.

Please note: Students must register in lecture and tutorial components separately.



Levels:  Undergraduate

Campus:    Prince George
Schedule Type:  Tutorial
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
Credits:   0.000


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm W Teaching Lab 8-160 Jan 05, 2022 - Apr 07, 2022 Tutorial Sara Farhan (P)E-mail



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