Modern World History: Renaissance to the Present

Prerequisite – None
3372 – 1 Unit

Modern World History is a survey course that gives students the opportunity to explore recurring themes of human experience common to civilizations around the globe. The focus of study will be from the Renaissance to contemporary times and will include a study of the historical roots and events of Asia and Africa. Students will broaden their historical thinking; examine significant events, ideas, and movements. Additionally students will explore how world societies have dealt with continuity and change as well as war and peace, internal stability and strife, and the contributions culminating in modern western civilization.