History 101

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History 101

The Ancient and Biblical World
Pepino, Dr. John

Registration is now open!

You may either apply to the Audit Track or to the Certificate Track. Click the boxes below to see the difference and for the links to apply.

Audit Track

Certificate Track

Expectations for auditing students:

  • Live attendance at every class. For those absent for an honorable cause, a video recording of the lecture will be available and should be viewed before the next class.
  • Audit students will not be required to complete the weekly reading assignment and will not have access to weekly quizzes. Audit students will not receive a certificate of completion. If you would like a more in-depth learning experience, please consider applying for the certificate track.

You can participate in this course from any device – computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Expectations for certificate track students:

  • Live attendance at every class. For those absent for an honorable cause, a video recording of the lecture will be available and should be viewed before the next class.
  • Do all the assigned reading (on average, one hour of reading per week)
  • Take periodic assessments
  • Receive a final grade of at least 70%

A note concerning certificates:

Certificates of completion can only be issued to individuals. Group applications (married couples, families, parish circles, etc.) are not accepted in the certificate track. Please apply individually if choosing the certificate track. If you would like to apply as a group, please select the audit track. Alternatively, the members of your group may apply individually to the Certificate Track if they wish to track their own progress through the course and complete the weekly quizzes.

You can participate in this course from any device – computer, tablet, or smartphone.

The Incarnation of Our Lord, for which the Old Covenant was a preparation, occurred in a world that was united by Roman statecraft and Greek culture and learning. It is the objective of this course to bring that world to life. Taking the truth of Divine Revelation as its methodological starting point, the course traces the history of the chosen people as presented in the Hebrew Scriptures, examines the rise of classical Greek and Hellenistic civilization, and follows the development of the tremendously influential empire of Rome.

This course will be taught online. Application is required. Applications are being received and reviewed from Friday, November 15th through Sunday, December 15th.

Event Information

When:

Thursdays, January 16 - June 18, 2020, from 8:00 - 9:15 p.m. ET

Where:

Online Webinar

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