Regents Social Studies Courses
Global History 1In Global History 1 Regents, students study world cultures. The content of this course will help students in establishing time frames for historical events.
Pre-AP World HistoryThe pre-AP World History course will focus on assisting students’ development of the skills necessary for success in the rigorous AP World History course. Global History 2In Global History 2 Regents, students study world cultures. The content of this course will help students in establishing time frames for historical events.US History & Government RegentsIn U.S. History and Government Regents, students will study the basic principles of the United States Constitution and United States form of government. Participation in GovernmentIn Participation In Government students will learn to define social problems, identify policy alternatives, and evaluate the effects of the chosen policies. EconomicsIn Economics students will gain an understanding of economic theory as it relates to individuals, corporations, the United States economy, and the global economy. Elective Social Studies Courses Introduction to LawIn Introduction to Law students will overview the criminal justice system , and the civil court system at the national and local levels. In addition, students who choose Introduction to Law will study the relationship between the various participants in the legal system. SociologyStudents who choose this course will be exposed to the development and application of Sociological concepts and perspectives concerning human groups. Included will be the analysis of culture, socialization, inequity and change both within and amongst the groups. Military HistoryStudents who choose Military History will study the historical development of warfare in the United States and throughout the world. Native American History 1Native American Studies is a study of the Native American history, culture, and customs. Native American History 2Native American Studies II is a study of Native American history, culture, from an Iroquoian, Tuscaroran in particular, perspective. The HolocaustStudents who choose The Holocaust will explore the historical background of Judaism and anti-Semitism, specifically with regard to 20th Century European society.