Online Western Civilization I

Taking Western Civilization I is the low-cost way to quickly fulfill one of the most common general education humanities requirements. Our popular Western Civilization I course provides a comprehensive overview of the development of early civilizations from Neolithic times to 1715.

This course fulfills general education requirements in humanities, fits into our affordable degree plans, includes one-on-one academic support (tutoring), and is covered by the StraighterLine Credit Transfer Guarantee.

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  1. etextbook included

    3Credits

    Western Civilization I from McGraw-Hill

    Includes:

    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • CIV101 eTextbook (a $58.66 value)

    $59

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  2. 3Credits

    Western Civilization I from McGraw-Hill

    with Prof. John Thorburn - PhD, University of Colorado

    Includes:

    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • CIV101 eTextbook (a $58.66 value)

    $109

    Plus Membership [?]


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* A 3-credit StraighterLine course is estimated to require approximately 75 hours of study time. Dedicating 17-20 hours per week should allow a student to finish within a single month subscription. That estimate is not guaranteed, and individual experience may differ.