Outcomes-based, interactive courseware that can be adopted as is or modified and customized to reflect course or program objectives. Includes authoritative content, frequent formative practice, adaptive practice, and summative assessments.
A full foundation of Accounting Fundamentals, the Accounting Cycle, calculation of values and transactions, and accounting principles and financial statements are covered.
Outlines the key information students need for a solid understanding of the foundation of American Government both historically and functionally. How the American democracy took shape, and its ongoing evolution are explained.
Anatomy and Physiology
Introduction to the human body for students preparing for careers in healthcare or fitness. Learn the structures and functions of the body, levels of organization, and its systems.
The ways in which we think, work, and communicate have changed dramatically over the last 30 years. Learn not only what types of change to look out for, but also how to implement effective strategies for dealing with it.
Learn the chemical principles from three dimensions including: macroscopic observations, submicroscopic particulate activity, and symbolic representation of chemical phenomena.
Illustrate how mathematics is used for modeling and predicting real-life phenomena help develop problem-solving techniques required to interpret, solve, and analyze application problems.
Learn geometry, probability and counting, statistics, sets, logic and finance and the practical application of geometry, classifying polygons, applying principles of counting to calculate outcomes, and more.
Educational Research Methods
Learn research methods and strategies used in education and related fields including qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods inquiry and action research
Develop most critical language skills that apply across all disciplines: strong writing and careful reading skills, the writing process, and stylistic and mechanics techniques.
Information Systems Management
Learn the many ways that technology is impacting businesses. This grand tour will take you from networking, to systems, hardware and software, systems analysis, security and ethics all the way to ecommerce and social media.
Introduction to Biology
Examine the overarching theories of life from biological research and also explores the fundamental concepts and principles of the study of living organisms and their interaction with the environment.
Introduction to Human Communication
Learn how to effectively communicate in a variety of channels, from public speaking and presentations, to interpersonal relationships and team communications.
Introduction to Philosophy
Learn the methods and components of logic and critical analysis. Tackle the problem of evil, the existence of God, the soul, science ethics, free will, morality and utilitarianism, human rights and the meaning of life.
Introduction to Psychology
Through this study of human behavior and the mind, this course offers students an engaging introduction to the essential topics in psychology.
Introduction to Sociology
A strong foundation in the major concepts and issues of sociology, its applications in all sectors of contemporary society, and its basic methodology and role within education, politics, media, government, social institutions, and social inequality studies.
An overview of IT concepts including: hardware, software, networks, IT careers and skills, databases and ethics with an emphasis on applications of IT in business.
Learn how the economy operates, how society manages its costs, benefits, and tradeoffs when allocating scarce resources through market demand and supply.
Streamlined introduction to how organizations efficiently produce goods and services, determine supply chain management strategies, and measure performance.
An introduction and basic overview of the scientific inquiry, physical science, physics, chemistry, and earth and science.
Learn linear, quadratic, inverse, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions and how to identify, describe, graph and solve equations. Solve equations involving sine or cosine functions, graphing, and inverse functions.
Principles of Finance
Theory, methods, and concerns of business finance, including financial management and the maximization of shareholder wealth.
Probability and Statistics
We offer two versions of statistics: Probability & Statistics and Statistical Reasoning. Probability & Statistics takes a classical approach to probability.
Learn project management concepts, project selection criteria and models, the project life cycle, methods, planning, scheduling, executing, monitoring, and controlling project work.
Public and Global Health
Overview of health trends, both public and global, infectious disease, global health systems, and explores the future of health.
Explore various decision-making models, learn to analyze data, develop project schedules calculate and evaluate formulas, measure uncertainty, and develop visual representations of decision-making models.
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