Geography of Africa and Asia 9111 (9)
A one-semester course covering the physical and political geography of Africa and Asia. The individual countries will be presented with emphasis on the following topics: landforms, climate, agriculture, government, manufacturing, trade, culture, and religion. In addition to the content, the students will both review and be introduced to basic skills that pertain to the study of geography.
US Government 3533 (10)
This is a one-semester course. Its purpose is to give the students a basic understanding of the workings of our system of democracy and the role and responsibility of the Christian in this system. Primary emphasis is placed upon the federal system as it is outlined in the Constitution. Secondary consideration will be given to state government.
Survey of US Government NC 3534 (10)
Survey of United States Government is a one-semester course. It is designed to meet the needs of the students who are required to take a course in United States Government, but who because of various learning disabilities would have difficulty completing the regular US Government course. The course is designed to give the student a general understanding of the working of our federal and state governments.
Western Civilization 9313 (10)
Western Civilization is a one-semester required course of all the tenth grade students It is designed to give the student a view of the history of the western world from Creation through the Renaissance and Reformation.
Survey of Western Civilization NC 9314 (10)
Survey of Western Civilization is a one-semester course designed as an alternative to Western Civilization. It is intended for those tenth grade students that, because of learning difficulties, would experience severe problems in successfully completing Western Civilization. It is designed to give the student a view of the history of the western world from Creation through the Renaissance and Reformation.
American History 9735 (11)
This is a two-semester course. Taught from the Christian viewpoint, it covers the story of our nation’s development from discovery and colonization to America’s role as a leader in current world affairs.
Survey of American History NC 9736 (11)
Survey of United States History is a two-semester course designed to meet the needs of the students required to take a course in American History, but who, because of learning difficulties would not be able to complete the regular American History course. The course is designed to give the student a general understanding of the history of the U S from 1492 to the present.
Human Relations 1506 (11,12)
A one-semester course with emphasis on providing a basic understanding of human behavior and how that behavior relates to others. The course covers approaches to psychology, human growth and development, personality, mental disorders, nature of culture, conformity and deviance, and roles, relationships, and groups.
Economics* LTC 3307 (12)
This course is the study of our free economy based on personal liberty, private property, and free enterprise, and its achievements as compared with other economic systems. This is a college-preparatory course. (Prerequisite: C in American History)
Law 3407 (12)
This one-semester course covers criminal and civil law from a Christian perspective. Modern examples and case studies will be used to cover topics ranging from misdemeanors and felonies to the common points of the criminal justice process.
Political Science* H 3517 (12)
Political Science is a college-preparatory course which examines the theory of government from both the spiritual and secular viewpoint. The various forms of government will be studied in light of those viewpoints. American democracy will receive special emphasis on a sophisticated level. (Prerequisite: C in American History and English)