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World History: Course for Online High School Diploma


Course Code:   HSC-12
Credit Hours: 1 Credit

The course World History is part of the 16 online courses in MUST high school home study diploma program. It covers extensive subject knowledge and the course contents enrich the students’ learning. It covers online study material that is free of cost for students at MUST. This online course of the home school diploma program is ahead of all other traditional & online courses. This course can be accessed in the MUST High School’s online Classroom which covers both theory and practical aspects of the courses and includes case studies and real-life examples.

Our online high school classes are very flexible. There is no fixed time for the high school classes online. You may enter into your online classroom 24x7 and can study according to your pace. So whether you are a student interested in online homeschooling diploma or a working adult interested in getting high school diploma from home or office, you may study English 9 course online with complete ease. To see why MUST’s homeschool / online high school diploma is the first choice of working adults and homeschool students across the globe, please Click here.





Topics Covered in This Course:
  Section 1
     From Human Prehistory To The Rise Of Agriculture
  Overview: This topic highlights factors like the essential features of human prehistory, including the development of the species.
     Early Civilization
  Overview: This topic discusses the earliest civilizations that arose in the world developed in the late fourth and the third millennia BC in parts of Asia and North Africa.
Nomadic Societies
  Overview: This topic highlights factors like why nomadic societies often effective militarily against agricultural civilizations.
     Classical Civilization: China
  Overview: This topic discusses how China forms the logical starting point for a study of basic, enduring civilizations
     Classical Civilization: India
  Overview: This topic explores the development of Indian civilization from the Indo European invasions until the fall of the Gupta dynasty
     Classical Civilization In The Mediterranean: Persia, Greece, And Rome
  Overview: This topic discusses that Persia is a classical case, long more important than Greece but with significant mutual interactions into the Hellenistic era.
  Section 2
     The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, And Declines By 500 C.E.
  Overview: This topic discusses that while the development of the three great civilization centers form the central thread in world history during the classical period, significant changes also occurred in other parts of the world.
     The Rise Of Islam: Civilization In The Middle East
  Overview: This topic focuses on the region's ongoing diversity and the comparison of Islam and Christianity to note the many resemblances as well as differences in doctrine and religious structure
     India And Southeast Asia Under The Impact Of Islam
  Overview: This topic explores how India had never functioned as single political unit.
     Africa And Islam
  Overview: Issues in defining African civilization and addressing some common misperceptions are highlighted in the History Debate of this topic.
     East European Civilization: Byzantium And Russia
  Overview: This topic explores the rise and fall of the Byzantine Empire and comments on its relationship to Rome.
     Western Civilization: The Middle Ages
  Overview: This topic discusses the principal challenge of this topic on Western Europe in the postclassical period will be helping students sort out an understanding of medieval Europe.
     The Spread Of East Asian Civilization
  Overview: This topic explores China during the Sui, Song, and Tang dynasties and at the development of civilization in Japan.
  Section 3
     Centers Of Civilization In The Americas
  Overview: This topic discusses the development of civilizations in the Americas by focusing on three themes.
     The Mongol Interlude And The End Of The Postclassical Period
  Overview: This topic discusses that the changes in the bases for international exchange in Afro-Eurasia from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries.
     The West And The World: Discovery, Colonization, And Trade
  Overview: This topic discusses the History Debate topic of the nature of Western ascendancy compared to earlier Arab ascendancy.
     Western Civilization Changes Shape In The Early Modern Centuries
  Overview: This topic discusses the Protestant and Catholic reformations, the Renaissance, the Scientific Revolution, absolutism and the Enlightenment.
     The Rise Of Eastern Europe
  Overview: This topic explores how Russia was the first non-Western civilization to attempt a partial "Westernization.”
     The Ottoman And Mughal Empires
  Overview: This topic discusses the Ottoman Empire in the Middle East and Balkans and rise and decline of the Mughal Empire.
     East Asia: Vital Trends In Politics And Trade
  Overview: This topic discusses China and Japan from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries until the late eighteenth century.
  Section 4
     The First Industrial Revolution: Western Society, 1780-1914
  Overview: This topic discusses the Industrial Revolution, which is defined with some care and demonstrated to be a major transition.
     World Economy And Western Imperialism: Africa And South Asia
  Overview: This topic explores how during the nineteenth century, it involved a rapid rise of the West.
     Settler Societies: The West On Frontiers
  Overview: This topic discusses the development of the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in the long nineteenth century.
     The Development Of Latin American Civilization
  Overview: This topic discusses the tensions of Latin American society lead to an array of political, social, and economic problems as well as cultural diversity and creativity.
     The Middle East And China In The Imperialist Century
  Overview: This topic discusses the internal change and external pressure taken place in the Ottoman and China in the nineteenth century.
     Russia And Japan: Industrialization Outside The West
  Overview: This topic discusses the Western imperialism and industrialization had changed the world in the nineteenth century.
     World War I And The End Of An Era
  Overview: This topic discusses how World War I shaped modern history. It causes a realignment of the world powers and a change in gender relations in Western society.
  Section 5
     The West In The Twentieth Century
  Overview: This topic discusses how World War I shaped modern history. It causes a realignment of the world powers and a change in gender relations in Western society.
     Eastern European Civilization
  Overview: This topic discusses in the 1990s, Eastern Europe was plagued by the uncertainties and turbulence of transition to the post-Soviet era
     East Asia And The Twentieth Century
  Overview: This topic discusses that as Communism spread to China, Japan became more democratic and a leading economic power.
     India And Southeast Asia
  Overview: This topic discusses that both India and China experienced great economic growth and achieved significant development.
     Middle Eastern Civilization In The Twentieth Century
  Overview: This topic discusses that the Middle Eastern civilization remains unique and faces many significant problems.
     Latin America In The Twentieth Century
  Overview: This topic discusses that the Latin America’s economic advances and cultural contributions in the twentieth century gave it great visibility.
     Sub-Saharan Africa: From Colonies To New Nations
  Overview: This topic discusses that while Africa remained able to rely on traditions, the upheaval caused by the changes of the twentieth century was considerable.
     The Early Twenty-First Century: World History And The Future
  Overview: This topic discusses that the retreat of globalization in the mid-twentieth century.

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