- A Saint Mary’s student identifies and understands salient developments in world or United States history.
- A Saint Mary’s student analyzes the historical development of human cultures in their response to their physical, social, intellectual, and political environments and seeks explanations for those developments.
- A Saint Mary’s student identifies and understands evidence of historical change from primary sources/records of the past and assesses historical interpretations in secondary sources.
- A Saint Mary’s student analyzes how her assumptions about human identity have been influenced by her historical context, and how human identities have been constructed in history.
NOTE: The Sophia Program represents a dynamic curriculum with regular changes and new courses certified for particular learning outcomes. The following lists of Sophia Program course certifications are accurate at the time of publication. Not all sections of all courses have been certified for the Sophia Program. The class schedule search feature in PRISM, as well as the current schedule pdf, provides section-level certification details.
Achieve History Learning Outcomes through one of the following:
|ANTH 142RM||The Archaeology of Ancient Italy||3 hours|
|HIST 101RM||The Development of Western Civilization I||3 hours|
|HIST 102RM||The Development of Western Civilization II||3 hours|
|HIST 103||World Civilization I||3 hours|
|HIST 104||World Civilization II||3 hours|
|HIST 201||United States History to 1865||3 hours|
|HIST 202||United States History from 1865||3 hours|