Christian History Courses
HIS 141 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (3)
Discusses government with the belief that we must first
understand how American government and politics have
developed in order to fully understand the issues facing our
nation today, the course offers a historical perspective and
bring the story of our system right up to the present with
an abundance of current and student-relevant examples.
HIS 306 WESTERN CIVILIZATION (3)
topical approach, the course stresses social and cultural
themes, the student is asked, “What is the West?”, and
incorporate significant discussion of peoples and
civilizations outside the boundaries of the West. The course
provides a more coherent introduction to global issues than
a world history presentation
HIS 307 ETHNIC STUDIES (3)
The course draws heavily on research sources that dig deep into the
“what,” “why” and “how” of racial and ethnic conflict.
Focusing on a nation of immigrants, the second part of this
book examines fifteen major racial and ethnic groups—with
regard to their incorporation, economic circumstances,
political development, and experience with exploitation.
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