Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
1. Identify and discuss (in writing or orally) main forces, figures and events that facilitate the evolution of various world societies and explain the progress of various societies’ cultural contribution to a global culture today.
2. Discuss (in writing and orally) primary and secondary literary works and art, as well as religious, political, historical and economic practices of various world societies within a specific era and demonstrate their impact on contemporary world culture.
3. Examine (in writing or orally) diversity in societies and compare cultural similarities and differences among societies that help explain the meaning of societal evolution from various perspectives.
4. Demonstrate (orally and visually) various cultural practices of societies through examination of primary and secondary sources as each contribute to a contemporary multicultural world perspective.5. Research (in writing), through examination and analysis of primary and secondary sources, a country or specific society and its customs and practices while highlighting overall cultural contributions to a global world society.