Our Course Catalog
Online courses provide flexibility to your dual credit and general education courses. We license our highly engineered, online, general education courses to higher education institutions to support your online programs.
A study of the composition of matter, the atom, chemical bonding, solutions, measurements, chemical nomenclature, stoichiometry, and thermochemistry
A study of problem‐solving strategies that establishes a firm foundation for higher levels of mathematics.
A study of the expectations of college as well as learning strategies and skills proven to support a rewarding college experience
Introduction to Biology
A study of the structure, relationships, and diversity of life on earth from the cellular level to the function of ecosystems.
Introduction to Biology Lab
A study of lab safety and the laboratory study of life, exploring topics like the metric system using the microscope and the scientific method.
Introduction to Christianity
An introduction to Christianity in general as well as a foundation of lessons on the Bible and the origins of the faith.
Introduction to Communication
A study of basic communication theory and history, focusing on theory and application of appropriate communication techniques.
Introduction to Information Technology
A study of the theory and application of information technologies.
Introductory Reading and Writing
Develop capabilities in language use—reading, writing, and thinking—to prepare for future assignments and develop proficiency in college-level reading and writing.
Language and Composition
Language and Composition course covering a basic overview of grammar, essay analysis, and writing.
Literature and Composition
A study in the close reading and critical analysis of the literary genres of the epic, poetry, drama, and prose, including novels, short stories, and essays.
Quantitative Analysis I
A study of basic and intermediate number sense, abstract quantitative concepts, algebraic concepts, geometry, and visual modeling, and probability.
A study of foundations of what it means to think on the margin and understand the key principles of economics.
A study of foundations of science, including skills, assumptions, and the role of technology in science.
US History II
A study of the significant social, political, and economic developments from 1877 to the present.
US History I
A study of U.S. history through 1877, taking students from pre-Columbian events through the Civil War.