AP U.S. HistoryPart 1

APHIST 061

Teacher-Led (TL)

$ 256.00
Plus textbooks: 
Instructor: 
David Sundwall Carpenter MA
Section: 
T001
Credit hours: 
0.50
 
 
 
 

This Advanced Placement course will help you explore the history of the United States from 1491 to 1877. Topics include European explorations and migrations, the American colonies, the American Revolution and creation of the U.S. Constitution, the Jeffersonian and Jacksonian eras and antebellum culture and reforms, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and the conquest of the Far West. This course will also prepare you for the AP United States History exam by helping you practice skills such as writing essays and answering core questions. This course is part one of a two-part series on AP U.S. History.

Prerequisite: 

There are no prerequisites for this course.

 
Delivery type: 
TL
Available space: 
999

Unit 1: The Collision of Cultures
Unit 2: The Colonial Era
Unit 3: The American Revolution
Unit 4: New Governments and New Nation
Unit 5: The Jeffersonian Era
Unit 6: Jacksonian America
Cumulative Review 1 (Units 1-6)
Unit 7: America’s Economic Revolution
Unit 8: Antebellum Culture and Reform
Unit 9: The Impending Crisis
Unit 10: The Civil War
Unit 11: Reconstruction and the New South
Unit 12: The Conquest of the Far West
Cumulative Review 2 (Units 7-12)

No additional materials. All content for this course is delivered online and is included.