COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES

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MVP has partnered with Arizona State University to offer courses for college credits. Receive three credits for every course that is successfully completed. Credits are accepted at most colleges and universities across the country. Please verify transfer acceptance prior to enrolling with MVP.


ACCELERATE YOUR STUDENTS’ LEARNING

  • Engaging, instructor led courses
  • Online university professor
  • Students work with a university learning coach to prepare for college experience
  • Admission advantage to Arizona State University

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Program runs from August 22 to December 6, 2019
  • You must register no later than 8/11/2019.  DATES ARE NOT FLEXIBLE.
  • All correspondence and student progress will be directly between the University and the Student.   Final grades will be sent to the student email account only.
  • Cost:  $1,000 per course.  *Please note:  Math, Science, and World Language Courses require a pretest. For English 101 there is a placement assessment that is an additional $55 paid directly to CollegeBoard.

MVP’s Enrichment Courses for three College Credits are:

Art History Art Prehistory through Middle Ages ARS 101
Art History Art of Asia ARS 201
Art History History of Photography ARS 250
Business and Careers Uses of Accounting Info* ACC 231
Business and Careers Uses of Accounting Info II* ACC 241
Business and Careers Career Development CED 250
Business and Careers Communication in Business and the Professions* COM 259
Business and Careers Macroeconomics ECN 211
Business and Careers Microeconomics ECN 212
Business and Careers Exploration of Public Service and Careers PAF 200
Communications All About Data ACO 100
Communications Introduction to Human Communication COM 100
Communications Introduction to Communication Inquiry* COM 207
Communications Elements of Intercultural Communication* COM 263
Communications Everyday Grammar MCO 101
Communications Media and Society MCO 120
Criminal Justice Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 100
Criminal Justice Crime Control and Policies CRJ 201
Criminal Justice Courts and Sentencing CRJ 203
Criminal Justice Introduction to Policing CRJ 230
Criminal Justice Introduction to Corrections CRJ 240
Criminal Justice Public Service in the 21st Century PAF 200
Education Children’s Literature RDG 291
Education Orientation to Education of Exceptional Children* SPE 222
Education Understanding the Culturally Diverse Learner TEL 212
Engineering Introduction to Engineering FSE 100
Engineering Human Systems Engineering HSE 101
Engineering University Physics I: Mechanics + Lab* PHY 121 and 122
English First Year Composition 101* ENG 101
English First Year Composition 102* ENG 102
Fine Art Nonmajors Class Piano: Beginner MUS 145
Health and Wellness Introduction to Global Health ASB 100
Health and Wellness Foundations of Health and Well-Being CHS 100
Health and Wellness Cultural Aspects of Health HCD 210
Health and Wellness Introductory Nutrition NTR 100
Mathematics College Algebra* MAT 117
Mathematics Finite Math* MAT 119
Mathematics College Mathematics* MAT 142
Mathematics PreCalculus* MAT 170
Mathematics Brief Calculus* MAT 210
Mathematics Calculus for Life Sciences* MAT 251
Mathematics Calculus for Engineers I* MAT 265
Mathematics Calculus for Engineers II* MAT 266
Mathematics Elements of Statistics* STP 226
Medical Sciences Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 201
Medical Sciences Human Development CDE 232
Medical Sciences Topic: Introduction to Health Innovation HCI 150
Medical Sciences Intro to Health Professions and the US Health Care System HCR 220
Medical Sciences Culture and Health HCR 230
Science The Living World BIO 100
Science Introduction to Environmental Science BIO 130
Science Greek and Latin Roots in Bioscientific Terminology BIO 140, GRK 140, LAT 140 or SLC 140
Science General Biology I BIO 181
Science General Biology II* BIO 182
Science Introductory Chemistry CHM 101
Social Studies/Sciences Buried Cities and Lost Tribes ASB 222
Social Studies/Sciences World History since 1500 HST 101
Social Studies/Sciences US History to 1865 HST 109
Social Studies/Sciences Introduction to Psychology PSY 101
Social Studies/Sciences Intro to Sociology SOC 101
Social Studies/Sciences Modern Social Problems SOC 241
Social Studies/Sciences Intro to Social Work SWU 171
Social Studies/Sciences Economics: A Social Issues Perspective SWU 181
Sustainability Introduction to Applied Mathematics for Life and Social Sciences * SOS 101
Sustainability Sustainable World SOS 110
Sustainability Sustainable Cities SOS 111
Sustainability The Thread of Energy SOS 171
Sustainability Careers in Sustainability * SOS 231
Technology Computer Applications and Information Technology CIS 105
Technology Principles of Programming with C++ CSE 100
Technology Principles of Programming CSE 110
Technology Graphic Communications GIT 135
Technology Creative Thinking & Design Visualization GIT 210
Technology Intro to Information Technology IFT 100
World Langugage Elementary French I * FRE 101
World Langugage Intermediate French I * FRE 201
World Langugage Elementary Spanish I * SPA 101
World Langugage Elementary Spanish II * SPA 102
World Langugage Intermediate Spanish * SPA 201

*Indicated course has prerequisites. Please search course via the ASU Class Search at https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/classlist for details

For course description and prerequisites, please visit Arizona State University. Please ensure your course selection is listed above; not all ASU courses are available at all times.