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CIV 215 - Japanese Civilization

Hours: 3
Japan. An interdisciplinary topical study of Japan from prehistoric times to the present including studies of the geography, politics, cultural and intellectual conditions. Also includes a study of Japanese business methods and organizations. The course is designed for students of history and for others such as business students who desire an in-depth study of a non-European culture. Counts as an elective course in humanities.

Gen Ed Skill Type: HFA, GLB, HOT, ESR-CLO, GC-CLO
Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or coursework to enter ENG 101  or ENG 114  



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