|Excelsior College Course||Sophia Course||Credits|
|Lower Division - Accounting/ Finance Core||$329||Accounting||3|
|Applied Professional Credit||FREE||Developing Effective Teams||1|
|Lower Division - Elective||$329||Introduction to Business||3|
|Upper Division - Business/ Project Management||$329||Project Management||3|
|Applied Professional Elective||$279||Introduction to Information Technology||3|
|English and Communication|
|Communication (GEN ED.)||$329||Conflict Resolution||3|
|Language Arts (GEN ED.)||$329||English Composition I||3|
|Communication (GEN ED.)||$329||Visual Communications||3|
|Humanities (GEN ED.)||$329||Approaches to Studying Religions||3|
|Humanities (GEN ED.)||$329||Introduction to Art History||3|
|Math and Science|
|Natural Science/ Math (GEN ED.)||$329||College Algebra||3|
|Natural Science/ Math (GEN ED.)||$329||Environmental Science||3|
|Natural Science/ Math (GEN ED.)||$329||Human Biology||3|
|Natural Science/ Math (GEN ED.)||$329||Introduction to Statistics||3|
|Social Sciences (GEN ED.)||$329||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Social Sciences (GEN ED.)||$329||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|Social Sciences (GEN ED.)||$329||Macroeconomics||3|
|Social Sciences (GEN ED.)||$329||Microeconomics||3|
|Social Science (GEN ED)||$329||US History I||3|
|Social Sciences (GEN ED)||$279||US History II||3|
Sophia's US History II course will build student knowledge of key events and figures in the history of the United States from the post Reconstruction era through 2015. This course emphasizes critical thinking skills and consideration of multiple perspectives through the analysis of primary sources. Additionally, students will learn how to think like a historian through source analysis and application of historical lenses. Full Description
Category: Social Science
Guaranteed to transfer to Excelsior College.
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This course uses problem-based learning to help you apply knowledge to real-life situations, giving you a deeper understanding of the material as it relates to the world around you.
US History II begins in the late 1800s (after Reconstruction) and continues through 2015. Themes, events, and eras include:
Assessments & Grading
This is a pass/fail course. You'll complete 16 Challenge assessments (these are like quizzes) and 4 Milestone assessments (these are like tests), with an overall score of 70% or better.
Designed to build critical thinking skills, this course teaches you to analyze primary sources, form conclusions, and apply different historical lenses to events to help you interpret history through a variety of perspectives.
For more course details and Learning Outcomes, download the syllabus.
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