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Indiana University of Pennsylvania


Classes Taught at Indiana University of Pennsylvania available for Dual Enrollment


DUAL ENROLLMENT AVAILABLE COURSES

English Composition:

ENGL 101 College Writing*  

(Requires placement testing –

not available to first semester

dual enrollment students unless they have

taken AP English in high school)

PHILOSOPHY/RELIGIOUS STUDIES (may choose one of the following)

PHIL 101 Informal Logic: Methods of Critical Thinking

RLST 100 Introduction to Religion

RLST 110 World Religions

Mathematics:  

MATH 101 Foundations of Mathematics*

MATH 105 College Algebra*

MATH 110 Elementary Functions*

MATH 121 Calculus I for Natural and Social Science*

MATH 217 Intro to Probability & Statistics

* Require placement testing

Natural Sciences:

BIOL 103 Life on Earth/Lab

BIOL 104 Human Biology: How the Human Body Works/Lab

GEOS 101/102 The Dynamic Earth/Lab

GEOS 103/104 Oceans and Atmospheres/Lab

GEOS 105/106 Exploring the Universe/Lab

PHYS 101 Energy and Our Environment

PHYS 111/121 General Physics I/Lab

Humanities:  

HISTORY (May choose one of the following)

HIST 196 Explorations in U.S. History

HIST 197 Explorations in European History

HIST 198 Explorations in Global History

Wellness:

FCSE/ECON 143 Financial Wellness

FDNT 143 Current Issues in Nutrition and Wellness

HPED 143 Physical Well-Being

NURS 143 Healthy People – Promoting Wellness

LITERATURE

ENGL 121 Humanities Literature*

(*ENGL 101 is a prerequisite)

Liberal Studies Electives:

BTED/IFMG 101 Microbased Computer Literacy

BTED/COMM/COSC 201 Internet and Multimedia  

COMM 101 Communications Media in American Society

ECON 122 Principles of Microeconomics

FDNT 145 Introduction to Nutrition

PHILOSOPHY/RELIGIOUS STUDIES (may choose one of the following)

PHIL 101 Informal Logic: Methods of Critical Thinking

RLST 100 Introduction to Religion

RLST 110 World Religions

Social Sciences:

ANTH 110 Contemporary Anthropology

ANTH 211 Cultural Anthropology

CRIM 101 Crime and Justice Systems

ECON 101 Basic Economics

ECON 121 Intro to Macroeconomics

GEOG 101 Geography: Human Environment Interaction

GEOG 102 Geography of U.S. and Canada

GEOG 103 Global Cities: Issues in Planning and Development (also listed as RGPL 103)

GEOG 104 World Geography: Global Context

PLSC 101 World Politics

PLSC 111 American Politics

PSYC 101 General Psychology

SOC 151 Principles of Sociology