PS00969 - Contemporary World Issues 04064-(S2)
Course DescriptionStudents analyze governments, economies, peoples, and cultures from around the world in this course. Instruction emphasizes the structures and policies of the United States and how they compare to other systems in the international community. Students apply critical thinking and research skills to examine current events and contemporary issues, including human rights, the strengths and weaknesses of globalization, America’s role in the international economy, the severe environmental threats facing many regions around the world today, how religion is often used to facilitate and justify violence, and America’s “War on Terror” and its impact on the Middle East and Islamic culture.
Connie Godfrey, 605-716-4761, firstname.lastname@example.org
Content AreaSocial Studies
ProviderBlack Hills Online Learning Community
InstructorTo Be Determined
Course MaterialsElectronic - Available online unless otherwise indicated.
Appropriate Grade Levels11, 12
When OfferedOpen-ended (Aug - May)
Registration ContactName: Connie Godfrey
Phone: (605) 721-4506
Registration PeriodRegistration for this course is ongoing.