World Civilizations

World Civilizations examines the growth of human society from our earliest beginnings to the present. Students will study such topics as agricultural societies, ancient civilizations, empires, trade, and migration.

The lessons in this course will help students answer the following questions:

  • How do the interactions between people, the environment, and ideas form cultures, civilizations, and societies?
  • Is the history of civilization a story of progress?
  • In what ways have human choices shaped history?
  • What brings people to conflict and cooperation?
  • How do events and trends influence individuals, nations, and the world?
  • What factors influence how we record or interpret history?

Major Concepts:

    • The Beginnings of Human Society
    • Life Centred on Agriculture
    • Early Civilizations, 4000 – 1000 B.C.
    • The Emergence of Empires
    • Christianity and Buddhism
    • Political and Economic Societies Expand, A.D. 1000-1500
    • Global Expansion and Encounter
    • Age of Exploration and Colonization
    • Age of Revolutions, 1750-1915
    • A Half-Century of Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945
    • The Twentieth Century Since 1945: Promises and Paradoxes
S.No.Program NameFee ComponentAmount (USD)Description
1Full TimeCourse Fee$ 250To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
2FlexCourse Fee$ 400To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
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Grade Level

  Grade 7-8







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