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Math, Philosophy, and Science

15 courses in Math, Philosophy, and Science.

Algebra I: Semester 1 (1031)

Earn high school credit and build a solid foundation in algebra by mastering integers, multi-step equations and linear equations, and working with proportions and ratios.

Tuition: $299.00

Algebra I: Semester 2 (1032)

Continue your math education and earn credit for high school while studying more advanced algebra topics, such as solving systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, and the Pythagorean Theorem.

Tuition: $299.00

Algebra II: Semester 1 (1033)

Advance your mathematics education and earn high school credit as you master Algebra 2 topics including solving multi-step equations, quadratics, and graphic quadratic equations.

Tuition: $299.00

Algebra II: Semester 2 (1034)

Complete your second year of algebra study and prepare yourself for future success by mastering topics such as polynomial functions, solving radical equations, and solving rational equations.

Tuition: $299.00

Biology: Semester 1 (1035)

With this convenient online course, you can master the basics of biology and earn credit for high school as you work at your own pace.

Tuition: $299.00

Biology: Semester 2 (1036)

This convenient online course gives you the chance to work at your own pace while you master biology topics including evolution, the diversity of life forms, the human body and its systems, and ecology.

Tuition: $299.00

Chemistry: Semester 1 (1039)

Tuition: $299.00

Chemistry: Semester 2 (1040)

Tuition: $299.00

Everyday Math (576)

Ever find math baffling? This course can help you gain confidence in your basic math skills so you can start using math to your advantage. You won't find any theory or memorization here. Each of your lessons will be filled with practical hands-on exercises and information that you can put to immediate use. You'll get valuable hands-on experience and advice on using a calculator; determining the proper amount to pay in tips, discounts, and taxes; managing your income and expenses; checking your bills and bank statements for errors and overcharges; comparing investment vehicles; shopping for the best loans; buying a home; determining the right amount of paint, carpet, or tile for your next home improvement project; converting from one type of currency to another; calculating the chances that something will happen; interpreting a graph; comparing test results; understanding a statistical survey; and more.

Tuition: $95.00

Geometry: Semester 1 (1054)

Tuition: $299.00

Geometry: Semester 2 (1055)

Tuition: $299.00

Introduction to Algebra (302)

Understand how algebra is relevant to almost every aspect of your daily life, and become skilled at solving a variety of algebraic problems. This unique and thought-provoking course integrates algebra with many other areas of study, including history, biology, geography, business, government, and more. As a result, you will acquire a wide variety of basic skills that will help you find solutions to almost any problem.

Tuition: $95.00

Introduction to Biology (1062)

Tuition: $95.00

Introduction to Chemistry (1063)

Tuition: $95.00

Medical Math (1026)

Tuition: $95.00

Last Updated: 4/24/14