Have you ever considered what science, medicine, and technology looked like during the Roman Civilization? How has it changed since then? This online course, designed for students of all majors, offers a history of science, medicine and technology in antiquity. Students will learn about its origins by focusing on ancient Greece and Rome and understanding the legacy of that period. It also explores ancient attitudes towards the fields, and their intersection with religion and culture.
The course, taught by Dr. Serena Connolly, fulfills the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) Core Curriculum HST.
According to Connolly, “this is a great humanities course for STEM majors and pre-meds. No knowledge of the ancient world is required. Just bring along an inquiring mind!” Register for this course.
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