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World History - HS
Course Number:   DAFSP2852

Course Overview
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InstitutionFOUNDERS Education
SubjectSocial Studies Core
Education LevelHigh School
Credit Equivalent Abbreviated Full
ScheduleSelf Paced
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Course Fee$195
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Course Description
World History takes a global and comparative approach to studying the world and its past to develop greater understanding of the development of worldwide events, processes, and interactions among the world's people, cultures, societies, and environment. Integrating geography and history, the students will develop an understanding of the historical and geographic context of human commonalities and differences. Geography is the Earth's surface and the processes that result in natural environments, the relationships between people and environments, and the ways that people use and view places both near and far. Geography is important because the world facing students in the 21st century is more crowded, the maintenance of a sustainable physical environment more challenging, and the global economy more competitive and interconnected. Students will be asked to employ different analytical schemes, including global, regional, national, and local to understand developments over time. Students will examine large-scale patterns occurring in several areas of the globe, such as the collapse or decline of empires, growth of trade networks, war, industrialism, and the diffusion of religions or philosophies. Students will also examine inter-regional patterns, such as trade networks prior to 1500 C.E./A.D., the trans-Atlantic slave system, and the unification of Eurasia under the Mongols. Regional events will also be examined, such as Latin America through the 18th century, the Russian Revolution, or the rise of Fascism in Europe. The course completes with at the modern interconnected world that has developed in the latter half of the 20th Century and beginning of the 21st Century.

Self Paced Scheduling Information
Complete Courses
- Full Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 9 months
- 1/2 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 4 months
- 1/4 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 2 months
Abbreviated Courses
- Abbreviated Full Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 60 days.
- Abbreviated 1/2 and 1/4 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 30 days.
Partial Courses
- Monthly courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 1 month


Delivery Method
  • Internet
  • Real-Time Web-Based Text Meeting Access


Format
Delivery : This is a virtual course delivered entirely by an established education organization, including a virtual instructor, to students and educators.

Structure
Abbreviated : This is a shortened course intended for students seeking to recover credits or make-up failed courses during the regular school year or over the summer.


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