American History from colonial period to one of world powers today. US History covers the concept of social contract, the drafting and the realization of the Constitution and the relation between Federal and State. The role of the industrial era in America, the Civil War, Women's suffrage, WWI, WWII, the New Deal, Civil Rights movement, the Cold War then the 2008 recession.
Covering the religious reformations and movements in Europe. The feudal system in early Medieval times to the causes of two World Wars leading to the modern development of today's European Union.
Familiarity with political, social, economic, religious and linguistic aspects of world affairs. In addition to the general physiology of nation states. Being familiar with the concepts of spatial theory as well as general measures of geographic information.
Government & Politics
Understanding of the concepts of international theories, nation-states, political systems, political ideologies, and different types of regimes.
Understanding of the critical countries in the world and their histories in generality. Relate their past to how it effects their current behavior in today's economy and politics. Ability to analyze and understand why countries behave certain way they do. Knowledge of different political systems and schools of international theories such as Realism, Liberalism, Marxism and Constructivism.
Main histories of the main parts of the world: East Asia, South Asia, Persia, Southwest Asia (Middle East), Southeast Africa, West Africa, North Africa, Europe, the Russian Federation and its former Republics, North and South America. Their major political movements that led to their political regimes today. The geographies of the major countries and how they're effected by external/internal forces to result in their current economies.
The main religions and their founding times in the World.