|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Time||Days|
|HIST 301||US History||Mrs. J. Gibson||9:49:41 am - 10:31 am / 10:34 - 11:24 a.m||MON - THURS|
United States History and Government is a course of study in history at the secondary level. The materials in this course reflect the New York State Education Department’s Learning Standards for Social Studies (1996), which have been incorporated into the Scope and Sequence (1999) for the United States History and Government Course. The material corresponds with the last major revision in the syllabus in Regents Social Studies. This new curriculum has incorporated the Thirteen Enduring Constitutional Issues as identified by the Project ’87, a joint project of the American Historical Association and American Political Science Association in celebration of the Bicentennial of the Constitution. This course will also help the students to develop understanding of man’s sinful rebellion and God’s redemptive plan, as history reveals the development of the Unites States from prehistory to the present.