World History I

Starts from:Fri, December 9, 2022
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World History I

This course follows historical events from the earliest civilizations dating back to “Pre-History” that shaped the world we live in today. Students explore different aspects of human experience such as culture, economy, religion, philosophy, politics, law, military conflict, and arts so that they can understand patterns of behavior, historical events and movements. Students are introduced to the geographic, religious, social, and political history of each era. Arab history is integrated throughout this course. Emphasis is placed on developing cultural literacy, research skills, and critical writing skills. The course draws upon primary, secondary, artistic, and archeological sources to supplement the textbook and encourages students to see the world evens from a global perspective instead of a domestic one. Arab history is integrated throughout this course.