Chemistry 1

This course introduces to students to the fundamental properties of matter and serves as a bridge between physics and the life sciences. Throughout the course

Web Design

In this course students learn how to make static and dynamic web pages. Through a series of individual and team-based design projects students learn to

Political Philosophy

This course tackles the big questions that shape our modern lives: What is justice? What is liberty? What is equality? When is the state allowed

Native American Spirituality

Native people inhabited the Americas well before Europeans arrived in the 10th (Norse) and 16th (Iberian) centuries. Native cultures are inextricably tied to the American

Rel. of the World – Abrahamic

The course explores the expression and idea of religion throughout our world and what the world’s religions attempt to explain. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, all

Rel. of the World – Dharmic

The course explores the expression and idea of religion throughout our world and what the world’s religions attempt to explain. Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, all

Ethics of Artificial Intel.

Self-Driving Cars, the Metaverse, Siri and AlexaÖ Roombas! Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seemingly all around us. But what is AI? How does it work now,

Molecules and Energy

Energy Research introduces students to the interface between physics, chemistry and biology. Many compounds exhibit the ability to store and release energy that humans can

Anatomy & Physiology

This course is a survey of the human body systems. Students will gain an overall understanding of the systems while exploring the themes of homeostasis

Multivar Calc & Diff Equations

This course covers the major topics of Multivariable Calculus, including optimization problems and vector calculus, and concludes with an introduction to ordinary differential equations. Mathematica,

Global Online Academy Course

Global Online Academy provides an array of online courses for students to take during the academic year on a year-long or semester-long basis. Students must

Seeing Society

“Who are we? How did we get here? Where are we headed?” When scholars ask these questions about American society, the answers can take the