World History

Early World History
10, 11, 12
Semesters
5 Credit Hours
Prerequisite:  None

This course is an interactive project-based class setting, with a variety of activities allowing
students to reach their potential in their strongest style of learning.

The first semester highlights the classical civilizations of Egypt, China, Greece, and Rome. 
These civilizations laid the basis for civilization as we know it today.  From this basis, a shift to a
European view was adopted as the middle ages, Reformation, and Renaissance are studied.

Modern World History
10, 11, 12
Semesters
5 Credit Hours
Prerequisite:  None

This course is an interactive project-based class setting, with a variety of activities allowing
students to reach their potential in their strongest style of learning.

Second semester focuses on a study of the Western World.  The Industrial Revolution is
examined, laying the basis for today’s industrialized society.  The nation building and
colonization of the 1700’s and the 1800’s are studied, as well as the underlying causes for the
two world wars.