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- Examine the foundational concepts of world history.
- Take a look at the major belief systems of the world.
- Learn about prehistory.
- Explore the histories of ancient China, India and America.
- Discuss the history of the ancient Near East.
- Understand the history of ancient Greece.
- Learn about Hellenism and the Athenian achievement.
- Take a look at the rise of the Roman Republic.
- Understand what led to the fall of the Roman Empire.
- Discuss life in the Dark Ages.
- Explore the Early Middle Ages.
- Describe the events of the Medieval Warm Period.
- Examine the High Middle Ages.
- Learn about the major events of the Late Middle Ages.
- Take a look at the art and culture of the Renaissance.
- Discuss the Age of Exploration.
- Understand the significant events of the Reformation.
- Explore life in the Elizabethan Era.
- Learn about colonialism in Europe.
- Describe absolutism and constitutionalism in Western Europe.
- Take a look at the power shifts that took place in Eastern Europe between 1648 and 1740.
- Examine the expansion and empire building of the 18th century.
- Discuss the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment.
- Learn about Napoleon Bonaparte's leadership in the French Revolution.
- Understand the causes and effects of industrialization.
- Explore political developments from 1760-1848.
- Examine the Age of Nationalism.
- Describe European life and trends from 1850-1914.
- Take a look at imperialism in the 19th and 20th centuries.
- Discuss the causes and events of World War I.
- Understand what different parts of the world were like between the world wars.
- Become familiar with the causes and events of World War II.
- Learn about developments in Western civilization since 1945.
- Explore the basics of geography.
- Describe the influence of globalization.
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