• World History A, B & C. Course codes: 12511, 12512, 12513 3 Trimesters,  3 Credits Grade: 10 Survey course covers major developments in early history, cultural and socio-political movements, and historical figures. Units include prehistory, ancient history, early world civilizations, new developments in government and society, the age of exploration, industrialization and imperialism, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, the fall of Communism, and current issues.

    Co-taught World History A, B & C. Course codes: 12511, 12512, 12513  3 Trimesters, 3 Credits Grade: 10 Survey course covers major developments in early history, cultural and socio-political movements, and historical figures. Units include prehistory, ancient history, early world civilizations, new developments in government and society, the age of exploration, industrialization and imperialism, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, the fall of Communism, and current issues.

    World at War 1st & 3rd Trimester. Course code: 12561 1 Trimester, 1 Credit Grade: 11-12 This course will examine the relationship between warfare and the way society has developed throughout world history. The course will delve into the intense and brutal subject of warfare. Although the methods of warfare have changed drastically from clubs to cruise missiles, the motivations for warfare show a distinct continuity. The course will be centrally concerned with the causes of war and how wars have impacted world history. Some of the topics examined include the causes of war, the importance of studying warfare, warfare in the Greek and Roman world, warfare in the Medieval world, the “Asian way of war” under samurai and Mongols, warfare in the Age of Napoleon, warfare in the Modern Age, and current global conflicts.

    Contemporary Sociology. Course code: 12555 1 Trimester, 1 Credit Grade: 11-12 Sociology examines how individuals, groups, and institutions interact to make up human societies. You will learn about sociological perspectives, culture, social structures, and social inequality. You will study people and the roles they play in society, both as individuals and groups. Topics of interest include: the family, education, political and economic institutions, religion, and sport.