World History II will provide students with an in-depth understanding of the world’s history spanning from the Enlightenment (1750s) to the beginnings of the Cold War (1950s).

USII is a survey course intended to complete your student’s study of American History. This course focuses on the emergence of the US as a world power beginning in the 20th century. Topics to be discussed include World Wars I and II, Vietnam, the Cold War, and the War on Terror, as well as economic, political, social and cultural developments at home such as the Roaring 20’s, the Great Depression, McCarthyism in the 50’s, the cultural revolutions of the 60's and 70's, and the Conservative Revolution of the 80’s.  We will begin at the end so we can evaluate how past events and decisions set the stage for today’s events.

US II is a survey course intended to complete your study of American History. This course focuses on the 20th century, the emergence of America as a world power, and the development of the American Dream. We will study political and social movements at home and involvement abroad. 

US I is a survey course intended to develop your understanding of "the first half" of American history. The course covers from the Native Americans to the Civil War and its aftermath. Native American History, European Explorers, American Revolution, US Govt., Growth and Changes in America post Revolution, and Civil War are some of the topics used in the examination of the formation of U.S. culture. 

This course is designed for those students who need specially designed instruction in social studies. The students will learn US History from the Reconstruction to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Reconstruction, Industrial Revolution, Immigration and cities, U. S. as a super power, WWI, 1920s and Great Depression, WWII, and the Civil Rights movement are some of the topics used in the examination of the formation of U.S. culture.

This course is designed for those students who need specially designed instruction in social studies. The students will learn US History from the Native Americans to the Civil War eras. Native American History, European Explorers, American Revolution, US Govt., Growth and Changes in America post Revolution, and Civil War are some of the topics used in the examination of the formation of U.S. culture.

This course is designed for those students who need specially designed instruction in social studies. Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology will be introduced to 100 level students..

This course is designed for those students who need specially designed instruction in social studies. Global studies will introduce the students to current events from the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe, as well as teaching the students about the US Govt.