|Developing Effective Teams||1||
|Introduction to Business||3||
|English and Communication|
|English Composition I||3||
|Foundations of English Composition||3||
|The Essentials of Managing Conflict||1||
|Ancient Greek Philosophers||3||
|Approaches to Studying Religions||3||
|Art History I||3||
|Introduction to Ethics||3||
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|Foundations of College Algebra||3||
|Foundations of Statistics||2||
|Introduction to Information Technology||3||
|Introduction to Statistics||3||
|Introduction to Psychology||3||
|Introduction to Sociology||3||
|US History II||3||
Sophia's US History I course builds student knowledge of key events and figures in the history of the United States from American prehistory through the era of Reconstruction. This course emphasizes critical thinking skills and consideration of multiple perspectives through the analysis of primary sources. Students will learn how to think like a historian and apply a historian's lens to real-world situations. Full Description
3 semester credits
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This course uses problem-based learning and relatable real-world situations to help you understand historical events and eras. By evaluating multiple sources of information and points of view, you'll learn to think critically and contextually about history and its impact on the present.
This course encompasses key events and era in US History from prehistory and early settlers to the Civil War and Reconstruction. Themes, eras, and events include:
Assessments & Grading
This is a pass/fail course. You'll complete 12 Challenge assessments (these are like quizzes) and 4 Milestone assessments (these are like tests), with an overall score of 70% or better.
By the end of this course, you'll know how to analyze primary and secondary sources to form and defend your conclusions. You'll be able to think more like a historian by using different contextual lenses to understand events and eras through a variety of perspectives.
For more course details and Learning Outcomes, download the syllabus.
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Sophia's college courses are guaranteed to transfer into a degree program at these partner institutions.
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Sophia students have been pre-approved for credit transfer, or had their Sophia courses accepted for credit by the following institutions. This list is not intended as a guarantee of transfer. Schools accept credit transfer on a case-by-case basis and decisions may vary by student and specific degree plan. We recommend you download the course syllabus and ask your school to review it for pre-approval of transfer credit. Please contact the Sophia Learning Coaches for more information on credit transfer.