History involves a careful examination of the people, cultures, events, societies, and patterns of the past. While it can be connected with almost any other subject, it is closely related to politics, economics, psychology, and other social studies.
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Explore the architecture and history of Rome, walking around a 3D digital model of the ancient city, with this free online course.
Explore the history and legacy of British colonial slavery and oppression in the Caribbean through historical slave accounts.
Explore how British royalty have influenced fashion over the last 500 years, from the Tudors to the Windsors.
Get an introduction to Ireland’s culture by learning the basics of the Irish language.
Go back in time to learn about the dramatic rule of the Tudor monarchs and religious change of the sixteenth-century reformation.
History is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It w ... +
This course helps the teacher develop skills and methods of teaching the Bible with consideration to the varying ages of children’s ministry within the church.
The program is designed to prepare participants for graduate school while helping them gain a deeper understanding of the Catholic intellectual role in today’s world through a ... +
In their Rome semester, Thomas More College sophomores traverse catacombs and cloisters, piazzas and palazzos, exploring the heart of the Christian West. The history of Christ ... +
The study of art & art history is central to a liberal arts education, especially in a world increasingly shaped by images and seemingly endless visual information.
The anthropology major and minor provide you with a firm grounding in social theory and the comparative study of human diversity through time and indifferent world regions.
Arcadia in London is an affordable and innovative way to study in, and get to know, one of the most cosmopolitan and exciting cities in the world. Arcadia faculty use London i ... +