These programs all develop the broad competencies associated with 21st century skills. Literature, YIDDISH 3371     Yiddish Literature in Translation, YIDDISH 3399     Holocaust in Yiddish and Ashkenazic Literature and Film, CSE 1110              Introduction to Computing Technology, CSE 1111              Introduction to Computer-Assisted Problem Solving, CSE 1112              Introduction to Computer-Assisted Problem Solving for Construction Systems Management, CSE 1113              Spreadsheet Programming for Business, CSE 1114              Introduction to Databases Using MS Access, CSE 1211              Computational Thinking in Context: Images, Animation, and Games, CSE 1221              Introduction to Computer Programming in MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists, CSE 1222              Introduction to Computer Programming in C++ for Engineers and Scientists, CSE 1223              Introduction to Computer Programming in Java, CSE 2021              Introduction to Modeling and Simulation, CSE 2111              Modeling and Problem Solving with Spreadsheets and Databases, CSE 2112              Modeling and Problem Solving with Spreadsheets and Databases for Engineers, CSE 2122              Data Structures Using C++, CSE 2123              Data Structures Using Java, CSE 2133              Business Programming with File Processing, CSE 2194              Group Studies in Computer Science and Engineering, CSE 2221              Software I: Software Components, CSE 2231              Software II: Software Development and Design, CSE 2321              Foundations I: Discrete Structures, CSE 2331              Foundations II: Data Structures and Algorithms, CSE 2421              Systems I: Introduction to Low-Level Programming and Computer Organization, CSE 2431              Systems II: Introduction to Operating Systems, CSE 2451              Advanced C Programming, CSE 2501              Social, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Computing, CSE 3231              Software Engineering Techniques, CSE 3232              Software Requirements Analysis, CSE 3241              Introduction to Database Systems, CSE 3244              Data Management in the Cloud, CSE 3321              Automata and Formal Languages, CSE 3341              Principles of Programming Languages, CSE 3421              Introduction to Computer Architecture, CSE 3430              Overview of Computer Systems For Non-Majors, CSE 3461              Computer Networking and Internet Technologies, CSE 3521              Survey of Artificial Intelligence I: Basic Techniques, CSE 3541              Computer Game and Animation Techniques, CSE 3901              Project: Design, Development, and Documentation of Web Applications, CSE 3902              Project: Design, Development, and Documentation of Interactive Systems, CSE 3903              Project: Design, Development, and Documentation of System Software, CSE 4194             Group Studies in Computer Science and Engineering, CSE 4471             Information Security, MATH 1116          Excursions in Mathematics, MATH 1130          College Algebra for Business, MATH 2255         Differential Equations and Their Applications, PHILOS 2500                       Symbolic Logic, STAT 1450            Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, STAT 2450            Introduction to Statistical Analysis I, STAT 2480            Statistics for the Life Sciences, STAT 3470            Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers, ASTRON 1140     Planets and The Solar System, ASTRON 1144     Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe, AVIATN 2000      Introduction to the Aviation Industry, AVIATN 2100      Private Pilot Fundamentals, AVIATN 2300      Aircraft Performance and Weather, CHEM 2540         Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, CHEM 2550         Organic Chemistry Laboratory II, EARTHSC 1100   Planet Earth: How It Works, ENR 2100             Introduction to Environmental Science, GENBIOL 1250T General Botany with Applications, GEOG 2400          Economic and Social Geography, GEOG 2750          World Regional Geography, GEOG 2960          Introduction to Physical Geography, HCS 2200              The World of Plants, *HCS 4191.01       Sustainable Plant Systems Major Internship, HORTTEC 2191.10T           Floral Design and Marketing Internship, HORTTEC 2191.21T           Greenhouse Management Internship, HORTTEC 2191.22T           Nursery Management Internship, HORTTEC 2191.23T           Greenhouse Engineering Technology Internship, HORTTEC 2191.30T           Landscape Horticulture Internship, HORTTEC 2191.50T           Turfgrass Management Internship, HORTTEC 2191.55T           Turfgrass Equipment Manager Internship, HORTTEC 2225T                Turf Equipment Operation and Maintenance, HORTTEC 2600T                Commercial Floral Design, PHYSICS 1103                    World of Energy: Forces, Electricity, Magnetism, Machines, PHYSICS 1104                    World of Energy: Light, Thermodynamics, Energy Sources, PHYSICS 1200                    Mechanics, Kinematics, Fluids, Waves, PHYSICS 1201                    E&M, Optics, Modern Physics, PHYSICS 1250                     Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Waves, PHYSICS 1251                     E&M, Optics, Modern Physics, ANTHROP 2200                  Introduction to Physical Anthropology, ANTHROP 2201                  Introduction to Archaeology, ANTHROP 2202                  Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, HDFS 2400           Life Span Human Development, INTSTDS 2000                     Introduction to Africa, INTSTDS 2050                     Introduction to China and Japan, INTSTDS 2100                     Introduction to Latin America, INTSTDS 2200                     Introduction to the Modern Middle East, INTSTDS 2500                     Introduction to Development Studies, INTSTDS 2800                     Introduction to Peace Studies, POLITSC 1100                     Introduction to American Politics, POLITSC 1165                     Introduction to Politics, POLITSC 1200                     Introduction to Comparative Politics, POLITSC 1300                     Global Politics, POLITSC 2150                     Voters and Elections, POLITSC 2300                     American Foreign Policy, POLITSC 2400                     Introduction to Political Theory, POLITSC 4191                     Internship, PSYCH 1100                         Introduction to Psychology, PSYCH 2367.01                   Social Psychology, PSYCH 3331                        Abnormal Psychology, PSYCH 3340                         Introduction to Life Span Developmental Psychology, PSYCH 3530                         Theories of Personality, PUBAFRS 1191                  High School Internship, PUBAFRS 2110                  Introduction to Public Affairs, PUBAFRS 4191.01            Public Affairs Internship, RURLSOC 1500                   Introduction to Rural Sociology, SOCIOL 1101                       Introductory Sociology, SOCIOL 2202                       Social Problems and Public Policy, SOCIOL 2209                       Introduction to Criminal Justice, SOCIOL 2210                      Sociological Aspects of Deviance, SOCIOL 2330                      Marriage and Society, SOCIOL 2345                      The Social Structure of American Society, SOCIOL 3380                      Racial and Ethnic Relations in America, SOCIOL 3410                      Criminology, SOCIOL 4611                      Prisons, Jails, and Community Corrections, SOCWORK 1120                 Introduction to Social Welfare, SOCWORK 1130                 Introduction to Social Work in Contemporary Society, Student Academic Services Building | 281 West Lane Avenue | Columbus, Ohio 43210, Intro to Digital Photography & Contemporary Issues, Admission Criteria for Columbus Campus and Online Students, Admission Criteria for Regional Campuses and ATI, Important Dates for School Administrators, Important Information about The Academy and College Credit Plus. Ohio’s College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. Note that not all "Level One" courses are offered every semester, and you must still meet any course … Experience, ENGLISH 2367.05              The U.S. Students can attend public colleges and universities at no cost. Several types of classes are not availablefor CCP funding, regardless of number of credit hours earned. Through the CCP program, classes at public colleges and universities are free--as are books and fees! ART 2100             Visual Studies:  Beginning Drawing, ART 2400             Visual Studies: Three-Dimensional, ART 2502             Intro to Ceramics - High Fire Techniques, ART 2504             Life Studio Drawing I, ART 2507             Introduction to Sculpture, ART 2516             Introduction to Relief and Intaglio Printmaking, ART 2555             Photography I - Digital Camera, ART 3191.10        Internship: Art and Technology, ART 3191.60        Internship: Printmaking, ART 3555             Intro to Digital Photography & Contemporary Issues, ART 4191.50        Undergraduate Internship Photography, ARTEDUC 1600                  Art and Music Since 1945, DANCE 2401        Western Concert Dance: Renaissance to Present, DANCE 3411        History/Theory/Literature I, HISTART 2001     Western Art I: Ancient and Medieval Worlds, HISTART 2002     Western Art II: The Renaissance to the Present, HISTART 2003     The Art and Visual Culture of East Asia, HISTART 2101     Introduction to African Art and Archaeology, MUSIC 2215.01  University Symphony Orchestra, MUSIC 2250        Music Cultures of the World, MUSIC 2251        The World of Classical Music, MUSIC 2252        History of Rock 'n' Roll, THEATRE 2000.02              Technical Production Practicum: Sound, THEATRE 2000.04              Technical Production Practicum: Scenic Construction and Painting, THEATRE 2000.05              Technical Production Practicum: Costuming, THEATRE 2000.06              Technical Production Practicum: Lighting, THEATRE 2100                    Introduction to Theatre, THEATRE 2110                    Script Analysis, THEATRE 2811                    The Craft of Acting, THEATRE 3000                    Production Run Crew Practicum, THEATRE 4000.08               Practicum: Acting, ANATOMY 2220               Human Structure and Function for Engineers, ANATOMY 3300               Advanced Human Anatomy for Undergraduates, ANATOMY 4300               Human Anatomy with Dissection, EEOB 2520                       Human Physiology, PHYSIO 3101                   Human Physiology I, PHYSIO 3102                   Human Physiology II, PHYSIO 3200                   Human Physiology, ANMLTEC 3191.01T          Equine Industry Internship Experience, ANMLTEC 3191.02T          Beef Industry Internship, ANMLTEC 3191.03T          Swine Industry Internship, ANMLTEC 3191.04T          Small Ruminant Industry Internship, ANMLTEC 3191.07T          Dairy Industry Internship, BIOETHC 2000    Theory and Foundations of Bioethics, BIOETHC 2010    Ethics of Biomedical Science Research Content, BIOLOGY 1110    Biology for the Health Sciences, BIOLOGY 1113    Biological Sciences: Energy Transfer and Development, BIOLOGY 1114    Biological Sciences: Form, Function, Diversity, and Ecology, HIMS  3520          Fundamentals of Health Information Management, HTHRHSC 2500                   Medical Terminology for the Health Professions, HTHRHSC 2530                   The Evolving Art and Science of Medicine, HUMNNTR 2310                Fundamentals of Nutrition, HUMNNTR 2314                Fundamentals of Food, KNHES 3209        Orientation to Exercise Science, NEUROSC 3191   Internship in Neuroscience, PUBHLTH 2010                   Introduction to Global Public Health, ACCTMIS 2200   Introduction to Accounting I, ACCTMIS 2300   Introduction to Accounting II, BUSMGT 2320    Decision Sciences: Statistical Techniques, BUSMHR 2292    Business Skills & Environment, CSHSPMG 3700                 Controlling Food, Beverage, and Labor Costs, CSHSPMG 3720                 Food Service Management, CSHSPMG 3730                 Food Service Management Practicum, ECON 2001.01                    Principles of Microeconomics, ECON 2002.01                    Principles of Macroeconomics, BUSTEC 2231T    Fundamentals of Marketing, BUSTEC 2241T    Small Business Management, BUSTEC 2244T    Human Resource Management and Leadership, *KNPE 4191          Physical Activity and Coaching Internship, *KNPE 4191.01     Internship: Elementary Physical Education, *KNPE 4191.02     Internship: Secondary Physical Education, *ESWDE 4191      Internship: Workforce Development & Education, ESEPSY 1259                      Individual Learning and Motivation: Strategies for Success in College, ESLTECH 2011                    Keys to Academic Success for Online Learners, EXP 1500                             Student Tech for Academic Success, GENSTDS 1201T                College Orientation, CLAS 1101            Introduction to Classical Literature, AGRCOMM 3130               Oral Expression in Agriculture, COMM 1100                       Communication in Society, COMM 3225                       Photojournalism, COMM 3620                       Introduction to Interpersonal Communication, COMM 4635                       Small Group Communication, COMPSTD 2101                Literature and Society, COMPSTD 2103                 Literature and the Self, COMPSTD 2104                 Literature, Science, and Technology, EDUCATIONAL STUDIES: TEACHING AND LEARNING, EDUTL 4174         Family Participation in Early Childhood School Programs: General Student Body, ENGLISH 1110.01              First-Year English Composition, ENGLISH 1110.02              First-Year English Composition, ENGLISH 1110.03              First-Year English Composition, ENGLISH 2201                   Selected Works of British Literature: Medieval through 1800, ENGLISH 2202                   Selected Works of British Literature: 1800 to Present, ENGLISH 2220                   Introduction to Shakespeare, ENGLISH 2260                   Introduction to Poetry, ENGLISH 2261                   Introduction to Fiction, ENGLISH 2262                   Introduction to Drama, ENGLISH 2270                   Introduction to Folklore, ENGLISH 2280                   The English Bible, ENGLISH 2281                   Introduction to African-American Literature, ENGLISH 2290                   Colonial and U.S. Meet the Ohio 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