HISTORY 3711: Science and Society in Europe, from Copernicus to Newton

October 1, 2015
A survey of the history of science and its place and relationship to European society in the early modern period. Students will understand the various strands that constitute the scientific revolution in early modern Europe, modern intellectual history, how revolutions in thought occur, and will practice analytical and communications skills in working with both secondary and primary sources. Prereq or concur: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 520.01. GE historical study course.
Credit Hours: 
3.0


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