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World History: Semester 1
Description: In this course, students will be exposed to a wide knowledge of world history, and will ultimately be able to relate moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and major world religions to the development of Western political ideals. Additionally, students will study and analyze major revolutions, both armed and industrial, throughout the globe and several centuries. Furthermore, students will analyze and discuss causes of major wars, colonialism and nation-building, the world economy and its development, and technical and communication innovations. Students will practice asking critical questions about historical sources, cause and effect, and contrasting philosophical ideas. Through exposure to primary sources, students will gain an appreciation for historical evidence and credibility.
Credit Hours: 0.5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
Subjects: Social Studies
- Reliable access to a computer and internet connection