AFRI 2101 - Ancient African Civilizations

Description
This course examines Ancient African Civilizations BCE, including Nubia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Meroe and others. The course examines the contributions of these early civilizations to others of that era, including contributions in trade, agriculture, architecture, astronomy, iron technology, engineering and education. Additionally, students will learn of the origins of humanity on the continent and learn of the early political and geographic structure. Faculty: Africana Studies Faculty
Credits
4
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Fall 2019
Offered
MW
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1