Course Description

What does it mean to become a citizen of the United States?  What benefits and rights are enjoyed by citizens?  What are the responsibilities of citizenship?  These questions, and many others, will be answered in this preparatory course of how to take the U.S. Citizenship Test. 

 

This course will prepare you to take each section of the U.S. Citizenship Test and it will cover topics such as Civics, the U.S. Government, History, Geography, Reading, and Writing.  It will also cover tips on how to study for the test and how to most effectively prepare yourself for the test.

 

A citizen is an important part of any country or nation.  Unlike an alien, which is the opposite of a citizen, a citizen is free to make choices such as electing the people who govern, such as the president of the United States.  Just as it is beneficial to become a partner in a business, you should think of being a citizen as being a partner of the United States government – being a partner in the government's business. American citizenship comes with many benefits, rights, and privileges, and this course will serve as your guide to achieving this important feat.

  • Completely Online
  • Self-Paced
  • Printable Lessons
  • Full HD Video  
  • 6 Months to Complete
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Start Anytime
  • PC & Mac Compatible
  • Android & iOS Friendly
  • Accredited CEUs
Universal Class is an IACET Accredited Provider
 

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Describe what becoming a citizen means.
  • Describe the process of applying for citizenship.
  • Summarize how to prepare for the test.
  • Demonstrate practice on reading and writing english.
  • Identify what to expect on the Civics Test Review.
  • Identify what to expect on the History Test Review.
  • Identify what to expect on the Geography Test Review.
  • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
 
 

Assessment Guide

Assessment Points
Lesson 1- Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 1- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 1- Worksheet 3 20 points
What does Becoming an American Citizen Mean to You? 25 points
Lesson 1: What Becoming a Citizen Means 43 points
What is the Process of Applying for Citizenship? 25 points
Lesson 2: The Process of Applying for Citizenship 15 points
Lesson 3- Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 3- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 3- Worksheet 3 20 points
How would you prepare for the Test? 25 points
Lesson 3: How to Prepare for the Test 45 points
Lesson 4-Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 4- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 4- Worksheet 3 20 points
Why is it important to practice Reading and Writing English? 20 points
Lesson 4: Practice on Reading and Writing English 45 points
Lesson 5- Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 5- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 5- Worksheet 3 20 points
What did you Learn from the Civics Test Review? 15 points
Lesson 5: Civics Test Review 45 points
Lesson 6- Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 6- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 6- Worksheet 3 20 points
Why is it important to understand American History? 25 points
Why is it important to understand American Geography? 25 points
Lesson 6: History Test Review 45 points
Lesson 7- Worksheet 1 20 points
Lesson 7- Worksheet 2 20 points
Lesson 7- Worksheet 3 20 points
Lesson 7: Geography Test Review 45 points
The Final Test Preparation 123 points
American Government
American Government
American Heroes and Villains
American Heroes and Villains
Philosophy 101
Philosophy 101
World War l and ll
World War l and ll
World Religions 101
World Religions 101
American Wars: American Revolution and Civil War
American Wars: American Revolution and Civil War
What is the U.S. Economy Policy?
What is the U.S. Economy Policy?