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This course follows the narrative of the history of the United States from before Europeans arrived in the Western Hemisphere to the end of the Civil War in 1865. Topics covered include the establishment of European colonies, the emergence of a distinctive society and culture in the British colonies, the early years of the United States of America, the rise of political parties, the initial phase of industrialism, and the events that culminated in the Civil War. View a detailed course description of HIS 315K. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 6 learning modules 14 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
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This course offers students greater knowledge of human development through the study of the growth, maturation, and behavior of children. Topics include prenatal development, infancy, language development, intelligence, emotional and moral development, self and gender development, and much more. View a detailed course description of PSY 304. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 4 learning modules 20 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
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This course explores the definitions, origins and basic tenets of philosophy. Topics include Greek philosophy, Chinese philosophy, ethics, skepticism, rationalism, idealism, truth, and much more. This course also prepares students for taking more advanced courses in philosophy. View a detailed course description of PHL 301. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exmans must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 4 learning modules 13 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Textbook(s) and Materials Solomon, Robert C. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings, 10th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 10: 0-1997-6486-7 ISBN 13: 978-0-19-976486-0
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This course considers the Constitutional ratification debates of the late 1780s, with an emphasis on the Federalist debate. Students learn about the meaning of constitutionalism and the historical circumstances in which the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution were debated, as well as their content. View a detailed course description of GOV 312L. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 5 learning modules 10 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
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This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 5 learning modules 15 assignments 1 exam (taken at approved testing site)
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In this course students survey significant texts in the American literary and cultural tradition from the Colonial period through the Civil War. This course is historical in its conception and, therefore, emphasizes an historical approach to the material. This approach - designed to cultivate historically-committed interpretation - regards writers as producers of time and place-specific cultural work and treats their texts as enactments of that work. View a detailed course description of E 337. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 3 learning modules 6 essay assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Textbook(s) and Materials McMichael, G. & Leonard, J.S. (2011). Anthology of American Literature, Vol. 1 (10th ed.). Boston: Longman. ISBN 9780321916815 Foster, H.W. (1987). The Coquette. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195042399 Melville, H. Benito Cereno, any edition.
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This online statistical methods class is an introduction to the practical application of the use of statistics in psychology. This is not a mathematics course, but a course in knowing how and when to analyze descriptive and inferential statistics in the field of psychology. View a detailed course description of PSY 317. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 5 learning modules 30 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
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This course surveys American literature from the post-Civil War period to the present. The course is divided into three units, each of which focuses upon a specific period in American literary thought and expression. The lessons within each unit are designed to cultivate an approach to reading that regards each text as the writer's attempt to answer - or perhaps better to understand - an urgent question entailed in the intellectual, material, and experiential character of her or his age. View a detailed course description of E 338. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fees. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 4 learning modules 10 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Technology Requirements High-speed internet access for watching streaming videos. Texbook(s) and Materials McMichael, G. & Leonard, J.S. (2011). Anthology of American Literature, Vol. II (10th ed.). Boston: Longman. ISBN 9780205779369 Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson, any ed. Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man, any ed. Lorrie Moore, Who Will Run the Frog Hospital, any ed.
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This course focuses on the American political parties. There is little comparison of the American political party system with the political party systems of other countries. The goal of this course is to provide students with basic information about the American political parties; to analyze complex political phenomena; to comment on current debates about the parties; and to acquaint students with the world of political scientists. View a detailed course description of GOV 312L. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 4 learning modules 8 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site)
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The first half of this course covers how economic development policies and issues have taken shape since the 1930s. The second half of the class introduces students to present policy problems and issues throughout the developing world. Specifically, students will look at the topics of domestic and external financing, human resources, agriculture and industrialization, foreign trade and government policy. View a detailed course description of ECO 333K. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 2 learning modules 5 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Textbook(s) and Materials Gerald M. Meier. Leading Issues in Economic Development, 6th ed. Oxford University Press, 1995. ISBN 0195071808
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This course introduces students to the basic concepts in the study of cultural difference. Students will learn about the various ways in which humans perceive, organize, and assign meaning to the world in which they live. Topics covered include language and symbolic systems, family and kinship, systems of production and distribution, political organization, ritual and belief systems, ethnicity, gender, and age. View a detailed course description of ANT 302. This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 4 learning modules 12 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Textbook(s) and Materials James Spradley and David W. McCurdy. Conformity and Conflict: Readings in Cultural Anthropology. 14th ed. Prentice Hall, 2011. ISBN: 9780205234103 Rosman, Abraham, and Paula G. Rubel. The Tapestry of Culture: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 9th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2009. ISBN: 9780759111400
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This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee. Graded Assessments and Learning Modules 5 learning modules 20 assignments 2 exams (taken at approved testing site) Textbook(s) and Materials Michael Parkin. Microeconomics, 10th edition. Addison-Wesley, 2012. ISBN 0131394258
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