The AP US History course introduces students to American history, covering the period from the fifteenth century to the present. The course focuses on political life, social structure, external relations, economic transformation, and cultural developments. The course highlights the specificity of the American experience by situating national developments in a global context. Students broaden and deepen their knowledge of United States history, analyze primary sources and historical accounts, and create their own interpretations. Course materials include a textbook and primary sources.
AP United States History
Completion of Textual Analysis and Argumentation (OE010) or Revolutions and Rebellions (OH005)