ONLINE COURSE OPTIONS


Available ONLINE courses include:

ARTS 208: Baroque through Modern Art History

ARTS 204: Ancient  Through Renaissance Art

CISC 100: Computer as a Tool

ENGL 110:  Composition and Rhetoric I

ENGL 111: Composition and Rhetoric II

ENGL 225: World Literature

ENGL 120: Introduction to Creative Writing

GEOG 200: Introduction to Geography

HIST 101: The West and the World I

HIST 102: The West and the World II

HIST 201: U.S. Survey I

HIST 202: U.S. Survey II

NSCI 105: Physical Science

NSCI 105/L: Physical Science/Lab

MATH 122: Quantitative Applications

MATH 140: Elementary Statistics

MATH 220: Discrete Mathematics

MUSC 101: Introduction to Western Music

PSYC 101: Essentials of Psychology

POLS 110: American Government

RELG 201: World Religions

SOCI  101: Principles of Social Institutions

SPCH  101: Public Speaking

CISC 200: Management Information Systems & Analysis

MATH 140: Statistics

PSYC 101: Essentials of Psychology

PSYC 206: Lifespan Development

7-Week Online Courses

Fall Early Session

ARTS 204 Ancient through Renaissance Art

CRJU 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice

ENGL 100 English for Developing Writers

ENGL 110 Composition I

GEOG 200 Introduction to Geography

HIST 201 U. S. History Survey I

SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology

 

Fall Late Session

ENGL 110 Composition I (ACT English subscore of 20 or higher or placed into by completing an English Placement Essay)

 

ENGL 111 Composition II (Completion of Composition I or ACT English subcore of 26 or higher)

 

ENGL 213 British Literature I (Completion of Composition I or ACT English subcore of 26 or higher)

 

ENGL 225 World Literature II (Completion of Composition I or ACT English subcore of 26 or higher)

 

HIST 202 US History II

 

MATH 140 Statistics (Must Complete the ALEKS Math Assessment with a score of 31 or higher)

 

MUSC 101 Introduction to Western Music

 

NSCI 105 Physical Science and Lab (4 hour course)

 

PHED 201 Foundations of Physical Fitness and Wellness

 

POLS 110 American Government

 

RELG 101 Introduction to Old Testament

 

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish

 

SPCH 101 Public Speaking

 

Spring Early Session

BUSN 201 Principles of Macroeconomics

CISC 100 Computer as a Tool

ENGL 110 Composition I

ENGL 120 Introduction to Creative Writing

GEOG 200 Introduction to Geography

HIST 201 U.S. Survey I

MATH 105 Basic College Mathematics

NCSI 105/L Physical Science Lecture & Lab

RELG 102 New Testament

SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology

SPAN 102 Spanish II

SPCH 101 Public Speaking

 

Spring Late Session

BIOL 105/L Introductory Biology Lecture & Lab

BUSN 202 Principles of Microeconomics

CISC 200 Management Information Systems & Analysis

COMM 210 Interpersonal Communication

CRJU 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice

ENGL 111 Composition II

ENGL 227 Appalachian Literature

HIST 102 West and the World II

HIST 202 U.S. Survey II

MATH 140 Statistics

MUSC 101 Introduction to Western Music

POLS 110 American Government

RELG 230 Hebrew & Christian Traditions

SPCH 101 Public Speaking

 

Summer Full Session

ARTS 208 Baroque Through Modern Art

CRJU 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice

ENGL 110 Composition I

ENGL 111 Composition II

ENGL 205 Introduction to Short Fiction

GEOG 200 Introduction to Geography

HIST 201 U.S. Survey I

HIST 202 U.S. Survey II

MATH 105 Basic College Mathematics

MATH 140 Statistics

MATH 180 Pre-Calculus

MUSC 101 Introduction to Western Music

POLS 110 American Government

PSYC 101 Essentials of Psychology

PSYC 206 Lifespan Development

RELG 230 Hebrew & Christian Traditions

SPCH 101 Public Speaking

 

Summer Late Session

BUSN 202 Principles of Microeconomics