Late registration is open for courses with space available. You can browse our courses to look for availability, then sign up online.
Fall and yearlong courses begin on August 22.

Students will learn

  • How to understand important facts, concepts, and theories pertaining to world history 
  • How to analyze and interpret basic data relevant to world history 
  • How to understand the interaction between the environment and the development of human societies, cultures, and civilizations 
  • How to analyze the similarities and differences between peoples and cultures of the modern world 
  • How to trace the development of world civilizations, nations, and empires 
  • How to biblically understand the impact of the major world religions on the modern era 
  • How to understand the importance of trade networks, empires, exploration, industrialization, revolution, and globalization during the progression of the modern era