Please check the drop-down list above to see which of the below courses are offered at your high school.
Advanced Computer Applications (MIS 205) - 3 credits
This course covers selected topics in computer applications beyond the introductory level. Items covered will vary depending on current trends and student needs. The course emphasizes the efficient application of software to current problems in business and other areas.
Biology 151 (BIOL 151) - General Biology I - 4 credits
The introductory course for those majoring in biology and microbiology. Presents the concepts or cell biology, evolution, heredity, molecular genetics and ecology. Co-requisite: BIOL 151L
Biology 151L (BIOL 151L) - General Biology I Lab - 0 credits
Laboratory experience that accompanies BIOL 151. Co-requisite: BIOL 151
Biology 153 (BIOL 153) - General Biology II - 4 credits
A continuation of BIOL 151 , the introductory course for those majoring in biology and microbiology. Presents the concepts of animal and plant structure and function, energetics, and reproduction. Prerequisite: BIOL 151 Co-requisite: BIOL 153L
Biology 153L (BIOL 153L) - General Biology II Lab - 0 credits
Laboratory experience that accompanies BIOL 153. Co-requisite: BIOL 153
Chemistry 106 (CHEM 106) - General Chemistry I - 3 credits
Introduction to the properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, kinetics, equilibrium, states of matter, solutions, and acid-base concepts. Prerequisite: MATH 095, MATH 101, MATH 114, MATH 103, MATH 115, MATH 120, MATH 121, MATH 123 or MATH 125. Co-requisite: CHEM 106L
Chemistry 106L (CHEM 106L) - General Chemistry I Lab - 1 credit
Laboratory experience that accompanies CHEM 106. Co-requisite: CHEM 106
English 101 (ENGL 101) - Composition I - 3 credits
Practice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for the effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included. Prerequisite: Placement test score or satisfactory completion of ENGL 033
English 210 (ENGL 210) - Introduction to Literature - 3 credits
Readings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form. Prerequisite: ENGL 101
History 121 (HIST 121) - Western Civilization I - 3 credits
Surveys the evolution of western civilization from its beginnings into the Reformation and religious wars.
History 151 (HIST 151) - U.S. History I - 3 credits
Surveys the background and development of the United States from its colonial origins to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
History 152 (HIST 152) - U.S. History II - 3 credits
Surveys development of the United States since the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Math 114 (MATH 114) - College Algebra - 3 credits
Equations and inequalities; polynomial functions and graphs, exponents, radicals, binomial theorem, zeros of polynomials; systems of equations; exponential, logarithmic, and inverse functions, applications and graphs. Other topics selected from sequences, series, and complex numbers. Prerequisite: MATH 101 minimum grade C or appropriate math placement
Math 123 (MATH 123) - Calculus I - 4 credits
The study of limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of the derivative, antiderivatives, the definite and indefinite integral, and the fundamental theorem of calculus. Prerequisite: MATH 114 , MATH 115 , MATH 120 or appropriate math placement
Music Appreciation (MUS 100) - Music Appreciation - 3 credits
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.
Psychology 101 (PSYC 101) - General Psychology - 3 credits
This course is an introduction survey of the field of psychology with consideration of the biological bases of behavior, sensory and perceptual processes, learning and memory, human growth and development, social behavior and normal and abnormal behavior.
Speech & Communication 101 (SPCM 101) - Fundamentals of Speech - 3 credits
Introduces the study of speech fundamentals and critical thinking through frequent public speaking practice, including setting, purpose, audience, and subject.