Courses

ACC 101: Principles of Accounting Level 1
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0132
Price: $195.00
Are you good with computing numbers and analyzing financial data? Whether you dream of working for a large company or envision owning your own business, accountants are in demand. Our Principles of Accounting Level 1 course provides students with the opportunity to explore basic accounting systems, processes, and the resulting financial statements. Additionally, the students will closely examine accounting rules, procedures, and controls that are applicable to cash, receivables, and inventory. Included in this program is accounting for investments in long-term productive assets. Our curriculum provides a thorough introduction to financial accounting and the responsibilities one should be prepared for in the world of accounting.
ACC 102: Principles of Accounting Level 2
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0133
Price: $195.00
Our Principles of Accounting Level 2 course provides students with a solid understanding of a variety of accounting subjects that are uniquely applicable to managing business operations. Students will take a closer look at cash flow management and accounting for business financing provided through borrowing and equity-based capital. Organized budgeting processes are essential to successful business operations, and our curriculum will examine a comprehensive budgeting model as well as techniques for evaluating long-term capital budgeting decisions.
ACC 230: Managerial Accounting
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0117
Price: $195.00
Are you interested in identifying, measuring, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information for the pursuit of an organization’s goals? Our Managerial Accounting course provides managers the tools needed to make the best decisions to achieve the goals of their organizations. Students will take a look at how relevant traditional and leading-edge topics integrate together with an outcome of understanding basic cost analysis, decision definitions, relevant information formatting, and how to make the decision itself. Our curriculum will encourage managers to not only use all quantitative tools and techniques available to them, but also logic, insight, judgment, and common sense.
BIO 101: Anatomy and Physiology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0089
Price: $195.00
Our Anatomy and Physiology course makes the difficult concepts of anatomy and physiology clear and easier to understand. Focusing on the normal structure and function of the human body and what the body does to maintain homeostasis, our course provides students with detailed illustrations variety of interactive learning tools to help establish an essential foundation for success in the care of the human body. Students will examine the skin, skeletal system, muscles, nervous system, sensory organs, the endocrine system and other human body structures and functions.
BIO 102: General Biology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: BIO 102
Price: $195.00
Our General Biology course intends to provide an introductory view of the concepts of biology. To start, students are introduced to the process of science and the cellular foundation of life. We dive into cell division, structure, and genetics as well as molecular biology and biotechnology. A solid framework of evolution and the diversity of life related to plants and animals is provided, as well as animal structure and function. Finally, the basics of ecology are defined and explained through real-world issues of conservation and biodiversity.
BIO 102L: General Biology Lab
College Credits: 1
Course Code: BIO 102L
Price: $65.00
This General Biology Lab works in conjunction with introductory Biology concepts by providing a series of real world, hands-on experiments. This course requires students to complete at home experiments, track and document results, and submit lab assessments. This course starts with an introduction into science, developing a hypothesis, and presenting data. Lab safety concepts are covered, as well as proper ways to handle emergencies. Other topics covered in this Lab are: cell structure and function, photosynthesis, mitosis, mendelian genetics, population genetics, ecology of organisms, and meiosis.
BIO 201: Nutrition
College Credits: 2
Course Code: BIO 201
Price: $195.00
Our Nutrition course provides students with an exploration of how food nutrition contributes to the prevention of illness and the promotion of optimal health. Students will identify how to conduct in-depth diet and lifestyle evaluations and create food plans customized to each individual’s taste, temperament, and health goals. The fundamentals of whole food nutrition, digestive physiology, metabolism, nutritional biochemistry, and current research are presented. Additionally, students will discover how healthy nutrition habits are used in the food industry.
BUS 110: Introduction to Business
College Credits: 3
Course Code: BUS 110
Price: $195.00
Do you ever wonder how Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, or Mark Zuckerberg got their start? Did they just come up with a great idea and run with it? After completing this Introduction to Business course, you might be surprised at some of the qualities of entrepreneurs and how businesses are organized and operated. Business can mean different things to different people. We will examine the entire framework of a business, from the very beginning. You will become familiar with different marketing strategies and the role of finance in business. By taking this course, you will learn the vital roles that managers play in business and how to compete in a global environment.
BUS 200: Business Law
College Credits: 3
Course Code: BUS 200
Price: $195.00
Our Business Law course introduces both traditional law topics, such as contracts, property, torts, as well as legal issues relating to the internet, regulation of environmental issues, and international law. A number of examples and case studies are highlighted throughout the course to better enable understanding of various topics and practical situations. Awareness of basic legal principles is one of the best risk management tools for any businessperson. This course will help you examine the ways in which society functions and the potential effects of the legal system on businesses.
BUS 220: Business Communication
College Credits: 2
Course Code: BUS 220
Price: $195.00
This course gives students a comprehensive review and in-depth analysis of the many roles communication fills in modern organizational life. We focus on several specific communication roles, processes, and policies that impact organizational practices and that promote desirable outcomes for both individuals and the organization as a whole. We start with a basic model of and purpose for organizational communications, and then discuss its the personal and relational aspects. Next, we review the impacts process, culture, leadership, and media has on organizational communications. We conclude by discussing organizational development and communication between organizations.
BUS 300: Business Management
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0135
Price: $195.00
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 basic to starting a business, growing a business, and maintaining a business once it has achieved some measure of success. This Business Management course will help you understand how to be a better manager through planning, decision making, motivating, leading, and communicating more effectively.
BUS 315: Principles of Marketing
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0134
Price: $195.00
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. Our course will lead the exploration of the leading edge of this paradigm shift that is now underway. Our course introduces students to the concepts and processes of marketing and takes them deeper into the world of marketing.
BUS 320: Human Resources Management
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0102
Price: $195.00
Learn about the exciting world of today's Human Resources Management through our comprehensive course. This HR management course weaves together solid human resource principles, timely research and recent events, such as the latest rise in unemployment and financial problems facing the U.S. and other countries. This course highlights important challenges facing managers and employees in today's business climate. Interesting case studies explore real companies and organizations in-depth and delve into some of today's most effective, unique approaches in dealing with HR issues.
CAR 220: Professional and Career Development
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0051
Price: $195.00
Our Professional and Career Development course has been designed to develop and enhance the students’ skills and attributes thereby optimizing his/her chance of succeeding in the workplace. This course is packed with innovative resources you can use now and throughout your career, it helps you move from "job seeker" to "job finder" with its comprehensive step-by-step guide to finding and keeping a job.

Both empowering and encouraging, this course effectively breaks the daunting prospect of marketing yourself to prospective employers into a manageable process. Clear instruction guides you through self-assessment, employer research, self-marketing, writing a market-driven resume, and interviewing. It equips you with the tools you need to gain a competitive advantage in the workplace, reach your career potential, and stand out in a crowd.
CHM 130: General Chemistry
College Credits: 3
Course Code: CHM 130
Price: $195.00
Ever wonder how chemistry pertains to your everyday life? Chemistry encompasses everything you touch, see, and feel on a daily basis. Chemical substances and processes are essential for our existence, to nourish us, to keep us clean and healthy, to provide transportation and so much more. Our General Chemistry course examines concepts of everyday issues and real-world applications of science. This course explores stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical bonding, as well as atoms, molecules, and ions. You will also be introduced to the composition of substances and solutions, covalent bonding, gases, and colloids.
CHM 130L: General Chemistry 1 Lab
College Credits: 1
Course Code: CHM 130L
Price: $65.00
This General Chemical Lab works in conjunction with introductory Chemistry concepts by providing a series of real world, hands-on experiments. This course requires students to complete at home experiments, track and document results, and submit lab assessments. We start by examining how to properly and safely handle chemicals, identify variables, and construct a hypothesis. Other topics included in this Lab are: molar mass, electron configuration, molecular geometry, chemical reactions, ideal gas law, and the pH scale.
CSC 101: Computer Basics: Digital Literacy
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0100
Price: $195.00
In this fast paced world of technology, it is important to be computer literate. Computer Basics gives students a better understanding of computers and many fascinating components of the digital world. This course introduces learners to basic hardware, such as traditional desktops, tablets and mobile applications. We will take a look at different types of browsers, tools that can enhance productivity, data storage options and proper internet searching techniques. This course will provide students with a solid framework of knowledge to enhance digital literacy skills, as well as ways to stay current with changes in technology.
CSC 300: Managing Information Systems
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0118
Price: $195.00
Computers and information systems are all around us and affect most every aspect of daily life. Our course introduces students to the techniques and tools of management information systems as well as to database systems and the strategies for managing them. Coverage is given to the latest information technologies, practices, and trends. The course uses real-world examples and case studies, providing skills and knowledge that are easily transferable to the business world.
ECO 201: Principles of Macroeconomics
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ECO 201
Price: $195.00
This course introduces students to the study of Macroeconomics by focusing on how we make choices in a world of scarce resources. We start by learning about the first analytical model in economics: supply, demand, and equilibrium. Next, we move on to discuss elasticity and price, two key concepts in economics. The Macroeconomic perspective is then applied to economic growth, unemployment and inflation, and international trade and capital flows. The discussion then shifts to the principal Macroeconomic model, Aggregate Demand/Aggregate Supply, and how it is applied to the Keynesian and Neoclassical perspectives. We conclude by learning about monetary policy, fiscal policy, the role of government, and international economics.
ECO 202: Principles of Microeconomics
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ECO 202
Price: $195.00
This course introduces students to the study of Microeconomics by focusing on how we make choices in a world of scarce resources. We start by learning about the first analytical model in economics: supply, demand, and equilibrium. Next, we move on to discuss elasticity, choice, and competition, three key concepts in economics. We will discuss the positive and negative impacts of monopolies, and the steps government takes to regulate them. After this, we will learn about inequality in economic distribution, several labor issues, and how risk manifests within an economy. We conclude by learning about financial markets, the public economy, the role of government, and international economics.
ECO 300: Money and Banking
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ECO 300
Price: $195.00
Our Money and Banking course addresses the modern framework of today's financial system and the important roles of both financial markets and banks. Numerous real business applications and the latest financial examples connect today's money and banking topics to students' everyday lives and careers. This course shows how the financial system consists of all securities, intermediaries and markets that exist to match savers and borrowers.
ENG 105: English Composition I
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ENG 105
Price: $195.00
This course introduces you to the essential foundations of college level writing. Our Composition I course provides an overview of the various types of college writing, such as personal, expository, persuasive, and argumentative and describes the characteristics of each. The basic fundamentals are covered from the ground up; from structuring and developing a paper, crafting topics, creating outlines and revising, editing and proofreading skills. You will be introduced to the general processes of communication through writing and reading.
ENG 150: Literature
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ENG 150
Price: $195.00
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. This course analyzes classic and contemporary pieces to provide a well-rounded literary experience.
ENG 205: English Composition II
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ENG 205
Price: $195.00
In our Composition II course, we examine the processes of topic concentration, research, and writing in order to produce a thorough and well versed research paper. We dive into the research and writing process by exploring how to locate and evaluate good sources and how to write a research proposal. Although research can be challenging and sometimes daunting, this course will help students explore new concepts and ideas that will broaden their view of literature, writing, and research.
GEO 205: Geographic Information Systems
College Credits: 2
Course Code: GEO 205
Price: $195.00
Put simply, Geographic Information Systems is a special type of information technology that integrates data and information from various sources as maps. Our course provides an introduction to key concepts behind GIS technology with dynamic real-world applications. This course covers the essentials of cartography, geospatial data management, geospatial analysis of vector and raster models, web mapping, and other topics that form the fundamental layers of Geographic Information Systems.
HST 101: World History I
College Credits: 3
Course Code: HST 101
Price: $195.00
This course introduces you to World History by exploring the evolution of societies and civilizations from the dawn of mankind up to 1500 Common Era (CE). We start by discussing man’s ancient ancestors, the formation of complex societies, and the rise of Mediterranean culture. We then move on to discuss the rise and fall of the major societies in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and India. The course concludes with a discussion of the European Renaissance, pre-Columbian America, and the impact that transatlantic exploration had on the world.
HST 102: World History II
College Credits: 3
Course Code: HST 102
Price: $195.00
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. We will explore the great wars of the 20th Century, and their lasting impacts on the world. We conclude our discussion by looking at the world over the last few decades, and how our understanding of world history shapes our views today.
HST 111: United States History I
College Credits: 3
Course Code: HST 111
Price: $195.00
This course introduces you to United States history, starting in pre-Columbian times up to 1865. After completing this course, you will better understand the trends, concepts, and key historical events that shaped the formative years of the United States and its development through the Civil War. The course flows chronologically, starting with a discussion on the Western Hemisphere prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus, then moves on to the European colonization of the North American continent. We explore how the original 13 Colonies formed, how those colonists lived, and what prompted them to revolt and create the United States. From there, we will learn how the Founding Fathers enacted their vision of government by, for, and of the people, how the Jacksonian Era impacted the direction of the country, and how Manifest Destiny led to a rapid expansion westward. We conclude by discussing how the growing conflict between northern, urban, manufacturing interests and the southern, pastoral, slave owners resulted in the American Civil War.
HST 112: United States History II
College Credits: 3
Course Code: HST 112
Price: $195.00
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. From there we look at the United States involvement in World War I, how it endured the Great Depression, and how it became a superpower after World War II. We will review the period of optimism from the end of World War II until the Watergate scandal, a time when minorities began to realize their civil rights, the nation prospered, and social reform promised a better future, all tempered by wars in Korea and Vietnam and the Cold War with the Soviet Union. We conclude our discussion of America as a superpower that outlasted the Soviet Union, dealt with terrorism, and continued to try to find its place in the world as it entered a new millennium.
HUM 104: Film Appreciation
College Credits: 3
Course Code: HUM 104
Price: $195.00
Have you ever wondered what message a film is trying to convey? Movies can help viewers temporarily escape from the real world, but they are also a true art form and expressive tool used by writers, directors, and actors. In this Film Appreciation course, we will explore the aesthetics of cinema, the concepts behind storytelling and various elements of a film. We’ll discover the elements of what makes a ‘good’ film and understand the role movies play in our daily lives and in society. We will also discuss the vital roles that directors and critics play in the movie making process.
MAT 105: College Algebra
College Credits: 3
Course Code: MAT 105
Price: $195.00
Our College Algebra course provides a comprehensive and multi-layered exploration of algebraic principles. Students of differing levels of experience with mathematics will be guided through this course with ideas that are clearly presented. Example problems are shown at the end of every chapter which offers detailed, conceptual explanations. This course engages students and provides a strong, cumulative foundation of the material.
MAT 130: Pre-Calculus
College Credits: 3
Course Code: MAT 130
Price: $195.00
In this Pre-Calculus course, learners are given the chance to extend their knowledge and explore a variety of different functions, such as linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic. These functions will provide a mathematical foundation moving forward. This course also explores trigonometric functions, as well as more advanced Pre-Calculus topics such as systems of equations and inequalities, analytic geometry, sequences, probability, and counting theory.
MAT 230: Statistics
College Credits: 3
Course Code: MAT 230
Price: $195.00
In our Statistics course, students will be introduced to basic statistical concepts, probability, and statistical reasoning. We cover the fundamentals of sampling, collecting, and interpreting data. An overview of descriptive statistics is given and ways to comprehend and solve problems related to discrete and continuous random variables. We also cover hypothesis testing, regressions, and F distribution. A number of examples and practice problems are shown throughout the eBook that provide students with the step-by-step processes in order to understand and solve statistical problems.
POL 150: American Government
College Credits: 3
Course Code: POL 150
Price: $195.00
What are the foundations of America’s political system? What is the constitutional basis for U.S. core values? Our American Government course examines the inner workings of political institutions, their processes, and their evolution throughout U.S. history. We explore aspects of the presidency, Congressional processes, the judiciary, elections, and also how the mass media influences politics and public opinion. By exploring the historical roots of American government, you’ll gain solid knowledge of the fundamental structure and framework of American politics.
PSY 101: Psychology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0077
Price: $195.00
The field of psychology is fascinating! Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior. Psychology’s goal is to understand individuals and groups. Psychologists want to know why people do what they do. The purpose of our course is to explore psychology's view of one of the most captivating and puzzling of all topics: ourselves. Its content is the story of the search for pieces of this puzzle and an account of how the pieces have begun to fit together. Its purpose is to teach. In our course, you will learn about the science of psychology, learning, consciousness, emotions, psychological disorders, therapeutic approaches and much more! We illustrate and explain; evaluate and review; we try to inspire.
PSY 340: Abnormal Psychology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0055
Price: $195.00
Abnormal Psychology is a complex and highly interesting field of study. It is also one of the most recognizable and intriguing subfields of study in psychology. Our course will introduce you to the dynamics and prevention of abnormal behavior, including neuroses, psychoses, character disorders, psychosomatic reactions, schizophrenia and other abnormal personality patterns. By taking this course, you will discover the many faces of abnormal psychology and will be challenged to define what is normal and abnormal.
PSY 375: Aging and Society
College Credits: 3
Course Code: ACPE-0058
Price: $195.00
Aging and Society introduces you to gerontology in a compassionate way that helps you understand seniors and know how to work with them. This course combines sound academics with an empathetic view of the lives of older people. Our Aging and Society Course will help students understand the complex issues of social gerontology and aging by using a life course perspective that views aging as an unfolding and dynamic process. We will combine a conceptual/theoretical and practical focus that will enable students both to understand the aging process and to make connections between social definitions of age and their own present and future lives.
REL 305: World Religion
College Credits: 3
Course Code: REL 305
Price: $195.00
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.
SOC 100: Sociology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: SOC 100
Price: $195.00
We live in a world of rapid development and change, both in how people interact thanks to technology and the evolution of social stratification. Sociology is defined as the study of groups and group interactions, societies and social interactions, from small, personal groups to very large groups. Our Sociology course covers the fundamentals of these interactions and we also take a deeper look into how global inequality, the economy, gender, marriage, religion and social movements play a role in our ever-changing society and personal lives. By taking our course, you will be able to better understand your own life and the roles of others.
SOC 315: Social Psychology
College Credits: 3
Course Code: SOC 315
Price: $195.00
Social psychologists investigate how we view ourselves and others, how we interact with others, how we influence others, and how we act when we are part of a group. Given the amount of time each of us spend thinking about and interacting with the people we encounter every day, much of our lives are spent with the subject matter of social psychology. You encounter social psychology in your day-to-day life, and a textbook on social psychology should reflect that. This course draws on experiences we might encounter to enhance learning of social psychological theories and concepts. Included are descriptions of experiences one might come across, like a job interview or an infomercial. Also, connections are made between aspects of that experience and social psychological terms, concepts, and theories to give a broad overview of the field of social psychology.