This is a complete listing of correspondence self-paced courses offered through this office. For more detailed course information, the number of assignments and exams, and any necessary course media, click on the course title.
Note: Courses in production that are currently unavailable are indicated.
The course numbering system has four digits for each course, with the first digit indicating the level of the course, the second digit showing semester-hour value, and the last two digits reflecting the departmental sequence. Thus, English 2330 is a sophomore-level course of three semester hours.
All writing-intensive courses are designated (WI).
For information about acquiring course materials, please see the Course Materials page.
To access the course website, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning. A $10-per-credit-hour online fee applies.
Before enrolling in an online correspondence self-paced course, take the Online Learning Readiness Self-Assessment, which will help you determine if online correspondence self-paced courses are a good fit for you.
ART 2313 Introduction to Fine Arts
BIO 1330 Functional Biology: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology – Six-Month Self-Paced Course
BLAW 2361 Legal Environment of Business
COMM 3301 Empirical Research Methods
CJ 3329 Introduction to Forensic Evidence
CJ 4365 (WI) Comparative Criminal Justice
DAN 2313 Introduction to Fine Arts
ENG 1310 and 1320 are prerequisites to all other English courses.
ENG 1310 College Writing I
ENG 1320 College Writing II – Six-Month Self-Paced Course
Students must complete second-year English requirements prior to advanced English courses.
ENG 2320 British Literature since 1785 – Six-Month Self-Paced Course
ENG 2340 World Literature since 1600
ENG 2359 American Literature before 1865
ENG 2360 American Literature since 1865
ENG 3322 (WI) The European Novel
ENG 3338 (WI) The American Novel
ENG 3368 (WI) The English Novel
Health Information Management
HIM 2360 Medical Terminology
HIST 1310 (WI) History of the United States to 1877
HIST 1320 (WI) History of The United States, 1877 to Date
HIST 3315 (WI) History of England I
HIST 3316 (WI) History of England II
MATH 1315 College Algebra
MATH 1316 Survey of Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 1319 Mathematics for Business and Economics I
MATH 2358 Discrete Mathematics I
MU 2313 Introduction to Fine Arts
PHIL 1305 (WI) Philosophy and Critical Thinking
PHIL 1320 (WI) Ethics and Society
POSI 2310 Principles of American Government – Six-Month Self-Paced Course)
POSI 2320 Functions of American Government – Six-Month Self-Paced Course)
PS 4352 / POSI 4356 (WI) International Law
PSY 1300 is a prerequisite to all other psychology courses.
PSY 1300 Introduction to Psychology – Course closed; currently under revision
PSY 2311 Psychology of Human Sexuality
PSY 3300 Lifespan Development
PSY 3315 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 3333 Industrial Psychology – Six-Month Self-Paced Course
PSY 4391 (WI) History and Theory
SOCI 1310 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 3328 Complex Organizations
SOCI 3337 The Family
Students who begin SPAN 1410 toward general education requirements must also complete 1420.
SPAN 1410 Beginning Spanish I – Course closed; currently under revision
SPAN 1420 Beginning Spanish II – Course closed; currently under revision
SPAN 2310 Intermediate Spanish I – Six-Month Self-Paced Course
SPAN 2320 Intermediate Spanish II
TH 2313 Introduction to Fine Arts