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United States History I
History of the United States from Pre-European time period through World War I.
Unites States History IIHistory of the United States from the 1920's through the present.
World History I
History of the World from pre-recorded history through the 1400's.
The study of human behavior, the brain and its functions, motivation, learning, emotion, human growth and development. The course explores early psychologists and the history of the science of psychology.
An introductory course studying the way people interact with each other. History of sociology as a science with early sociologists introduced. Topics covered include: groups and organizations, deviance, social stratification and social class, race, ethnicity and gender.
Review of the five themes of geography. Course explores geographic areas of the world examining themes of climate and natural resources, culture, economics and population. Current issues effecting regions are also explored.
This course examines the role of the world's major religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity) in human culture. Native peoples' religions and other faiths are also explored. The course compares and contrasts religions in their concepts of life, death, moral responsibility, symbols, and other expressions of faith.