Below you will find a list of all our new prerequisite courses being offered. Check back in with us every month as many new courses will continue to be rolled out in the near future.

Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


ANTH 1011: Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 1011 is a three-credit anthropology course that introduces you to the study of human cultural patterns and learned behavior. You will explore the discipline through weekly topics that include linguistics and religion, social and political organization, race and ethnicity,…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


BIOL 1050: Cell Biology

BIOL 1050 is a three-credit cell biology course that will introduce and explore basic concepts and theories of cell biology with an emphasis on its application in understanding human health. Topics include an introduction to cell theory, the chemical composition…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


COMN 1010: Public Speaking

COMN 1010 is a three-credit public speaking course that will examine the core principles and contexts of communication, specifically in oral presentations. Students will learn to recognize the interrelationships among speaker, listener, context, organization, language, and delivery. The course will…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


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ECON 1010: Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON 1010 is a three-credit microeconomics course that provides a thorough introduction to microeconomic theory. This course begins with an analysis of opportunity costs and trade offs. These concepts are then used as the foundation for studying producer and consumer…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


ENGL 1010: English Composition I

ENGL 1010 is a three-credit college writing course to prepare students for the fundamental knowledge and skills of college-level expository writing and critical thinking. Areas of focus include idea presentation and organization, audience, point of view, voice and tone, paragraph…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


ENGL 1011: English Composition II

ENGL 1011 is a three-credit college research writing course to prepare students to use the conventions of academic research writing. Writing-as-process and practice strategies will be employed to culminate in the production of an academic research essay supported by well-synthesized,…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


HSTL 1010: Histology

HSTL 1010 is a three-credit histology course that covers the microscopic structure and function of human cells and tissues. Course topics will emphasize the normal anatomy and function of cells and tissues from the eleven organ systems; however, learners will…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


MATH 1010: College Algebra

MATH 1010 is a three-credit college algebra course that is designed to provide students with the quantitative skills necessary to model and analyze real-world problems. With just a handful of different algebraic tools and modeling techniques, students will be able…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


MATH 1011: Precalculus

MATH 1011 is a three-credit precalculus course that was intentionally designed to prepare students for subsequent college-level calculus courses. This course will review a variety of the prerequisite mathematical concepts necessary for calculus. Topics include rational functions, trigonometric functions, polar…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


MATH 1020: Calculus

MATH 1020 is a four-credit calculus course that focuses on single variable calculus through graphical, analytical, and numerical techniques. Differentiation and its applications are thoroughly discussed. Basic integration techniques are introduced. Mathematical manipulation and computational competence is equally weighted with…

Credits: 4

Tuition: $1,470

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


MATH 1021: Calculus II

MATH 1021 is a four-credit calculus course that continues the study of calculus. More techniques of integration will be investigated in this course. The concepts of limits, differentiation, and integration will be applied to problems in differential equations, sequences, series,…

Credits: 4

Tuition: $1,470

Plus $30 registration fee


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MATH 1030: Introduction to Statistics

MATH 1030 is a three-credit introduction to statistics course that introduces students to both descriptive and inferential statistics. Emphasis is placed on the practical use of statistics in the collecting, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting of data. Students will learn standard…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


PHIL 1010: Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 1010 is a three-credit ethics course that introduces the major theories of normative ethics, with emphasis upon consequentialism, non-consequentialism, and virtue ethics. Further emphasis is given to application of these theories to perennial ethical dilemmas such as abortion, the…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


PSYO 1010: Introduction to Psychology

PSYO 1010 is a three-credit introductory psychology course that provides an overview of the key concepts in psychology as well as the research methods used to investigate the psychological process underlying human behavior. The course includes an overview of psychology’s…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


PSYO 1020: Developmental Psychology

PSYO 1020 is a three-credit psychology course that will explore basic concepts and theories of human development with a focus on the nine major periods of life from prenatal development to death and dying. The nature of interactions between an…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


PSYO 1030: Abnormal Psychology

PSYO 1030 is a three-credit psychology course that will explore basic concepts and theories related to abnormal psychology and how psychopathology is classified. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the history of abnormal psychology, the negative impact of stigma related…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,110

Plus $30 registration fee


Science Prerequisites for Health Professions


SOCI 1010: Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 1010 is a three-credit sociology course that introduces students to the three main sociological perspectives: sociological imagination, social construction, and how to think like a sociologist. Topics such as deviance, social control, culture, stratification, socialization, social movements, and other…

Credits: 3

Tuition: $1,140

Plus $30 registration fee


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Working at the pace typical for a four-semester hour course, the average student will complete this online course in approximately 16 weeks. Many students have elected an online course for the sake of flexibility. Since the course is self-paced, you may be able to complete the course in less than 16 weeks.

You may enroll for a course at any time through our self-service registration portal. Payment is needed in full at the time of registration.

You must be registered for your class by 12:00 noon EST the Monday before the class starts. Your official start date is the date that the course opens and you will have 16 weeks from that date to complete your course.


 

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