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Global Patterns (314)

Students in this introductory-level course trace the historical circumstances that provided the foundation for contemporary global issues.  A thematic approach allows students to explore diverse societies’ means of interacting with the environment, navigating religious diversity, participating in global exchange, and evaluating models of citizenship and governmental structures. Throughout the year, students will analyze a variety of primary and secondary sources, construct and support historical arguments, and develop information literacy skills.

  • Freshman