Logical, concise discussion of algebraic vocabulary, real number systems, inequalities, and solving of equations, including linear systems.
This course gives a deeper understanding of linear equations, polynomials, and factoring.
From Native American society through modern America, students use art projects in class to enrich their study of America’s past.
Students learn finger spelling, vocabulary, and to see words as pictures in this introduction to American Sign Language.
This 3-in-1 course covers British Literature within its historical and Biblical context and is worth 30 credits.
Students gain a foundational understanding of theories and applications of chemistry through discussion and lab experiments.
Dynamic class discussions include topics such as geology, oceanography, atmosphere, weather, astronomy, space exploration, and environmental science.
Introduction to the techniques of writing and the study of English grammar.
Students continue to use elements of Institute for Excellence in Writing as they read novels and respond, as well as build in vocabulary study and grammar review.
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