General Education Courses


Single Courses
Abnormal Psychology
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
In the same way that psychology offers important insights in terms of human behavior and experience, so does the sub-field known as abnormal psychology. Our Abnormal Psychology course will introduce psychopathology and changing views of mental illness. We examine impairments in brain functions and social processes and how this affects everyday life. Our course explores disorders of childhood, mood disorders, psychoses, schizophrenia, sexuality, eating, and anxiety disorders.
$1,000.00
Business Management
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
Management issues are fundamental to any organization: How do we plan to get things done, organize the company to be efficient and effective, lead and motivate employees, and put controls in place to make sure our plans are followed and our goals are met? Good management is essential to starting a business, growing a business, and maintaining a business once it has achieved some measure of success.
$1,250.00
Early Childhood Development
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 180
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
Early education classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse and caregivers must be prepared to meet the unique needs of all children in their care. Our Early Childhood Development course provides a broad overview of development in children across the world. We identify elements of typical and atypical development, as well as physical, social, emotional, linguistic, and intellectual characteristics in children from diverse backgrounds.
$1,000.00
Human Resource Management
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
Human Resource Management activities exist throughout any organization, regardless of size or business frameworks. Our Human Resource Management course weaves together solid human resource principles, timely research, and recent changes, such as the expanded use of technology in recruiting processes and talent acquisition. This course examines important challenges facing managers and employees in today's business climate.
$1,000.00
Literature
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
Our Literature course explores short stories, poetry, and dramatic plays by immersing students in literary traditions through carefully selected pieces of literature. First we will step into the world of the short story by gaining an understanding of plot, point of view, tone, settings, and character. Next we move onto essential tools that poets use and we explore various forms of poetry. Finally, we identify Drama’s Greek roots and famous works of Shakespeare.
$1,000.00
Principles of Marketing
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
As consumers, we each experience what could be marketing case studies every day. We are exposed to thousands of advertising messages. We develop needs, research solutions, evaluate options, make purchases, and experience satisfaction or disappointment. This makes marketing a particularly stimulating subject for teachers and learners since its practical application is visible every day. Old rules of marketing are no longer useful to those who want to influence these new consumer’s choices.
$1,000.00
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
This course examines United States history from 1865 to today. During this time, the American people experienced an end of isolation as their country became a major player on the world stage.  We start with an exploration of America’s recovery from the Civil War, expansion into the west, and urban growth. Next we focus on the pivotal decades of the new century that saw much racial discord, urbanization, new technologies, a world at war, and women’s suffrage.
$1,000.00
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
The discipline of geography can provide a framework for understanding our world and what ties us together. Our World Geography course describes the fundamentals of physical geography, as well as the concepts behind population, culture, demographics, and globalization. We explore each region’s spatial concepts, their environments, and resources. Our course provides a thorough overview of the world’s major continents.
$1,000.00
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
This course introduces you to World History by exploring the evolution of societies and civilizations from the dawn of mankind up to the year 1800. We start by discussing man’s ancient ancestors, the formation of complex societies, and the rise of empires. We then move on to discuss the rise and fall of the major societies in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and India.  We conclude with an exploration of aspects of the early modern era and emergence of new world patterns.
$1,000.00
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
This course gives an overview of world history, from 1500 to today. We start with a discussion of how social changes, new technologies, and the discovery of the New World caused a shift in the allocation of power and authority. Next, we discuss how religious, intellectual, political, and economic revolutions changed the world.  We then move on to look at industrialization and nationalism, and how both made positive and negative impacts on every-day life.
$1,000.00
Type: Career Course
Course Hours: 135
Course Type:
Mentor Supported
Our World Religions course offer students a comparative study of the world’s major religions. We examine important themes such as myths, rituals, scriptures, and paths of transformation throughout the course. We cover the historical aspects of Native American, African, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Shinto, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Sikhism religions, as well as modern day philosophies.
$1,000.00