If you have landed on this page looking for a specific course or courses grouped as a major, please know that we have divided our courses into two groups:

Our 100+ fully-supported courses are available at learn.saylor.org. Community-supported “Legacy” courses now live exclusively at legacy.saylor.org. Please note that exams and new certificates will close for these courses on August 26th, 2015the courses themselves will remain available after that date

Legacy courses are more likely than our fully-supported courses to contain occasional broken links and missing resources. We rely on the community of learners to help keep these courses as current as possible. Like all of our courses, legacy courses are licensed for adaptation and reuse — we encourage you to build on the work we have done! See the legacy site, our FAQ, or forums for ways you can contribute.

For students who want to continue to work through majors or minors from our areas of study, the complete program is available below. Please note that every major includes some or many legacy courses.

University

Core Program

ARTH101: Art Appreciation and Techniques
ARTH110: Introduction to Western Art History: Pre-historic to High Gothic
ARTH111: Introduction to Western Art History: Proto-Renaissance to Contemporary Art
ARTH301: Art Historical Methodologies

Electives

ARTH201: Art of Ancient Egypt and the Ancient Near East
ARTH202: Art of Ancient Greece and Rome
ARTH206: The Italian Proto-Renaissance To Mannerism
ARTH207: Baroque Art to Neoclassicism
ARTH208: Modern Art
ARTH209: 20th Century Art
ARTH210: American Art
ARTH303: Art of the Islamic World
ARTH304: African Art
ARTH305: Arts of Asia
ARTH307: Arts of Latin America
ARTH401: Early Christian and Byzantine Art
ARTH406: Buddhist Art
ARTH408: Contemporary Art
ARTH409: Roman Architecture

Core Program
BIO101B: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology ✓
BIO101L: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology Lab
BIO102: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Ecology
BIO102L: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Lab
MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA121: Introduction to Statistics ✓
CHEM101: General Chemistry I ✓
CHEM102: General Chemistry II
CHEM103: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM104: Organic Chemistry II
PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics ✓
PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism ✓

Elective Courses
BIO301: Cell Biology
BIO302: Human Anatomy
BIO302L: Human Anatomy Lab
BIO303: Neurobiology
BIO304: Human Physiology
BIO304L: Human Physiology Lab
BIO305: Genetics
BIO306: Botany
BIO307: Microbiology ✓
BIO308: Marine Biology
BIO309: Zoology
BIO310: Developmental Biology
BIO311: Molecular Biology
BIO312: Evolutionary Biology
BIO313: Population Ecology
BIO401: Biochemistry
BIO402: Pathobiology
BIO403: Biotechnology
BIO404: Cancer Biology
BIO405: Computational Biology
BIO406: Microscopic Anatomy
BIO407: Immunology

Core Program

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS103: Introduction to Financial Accounting ✓
BUS105: Managerial Accounting ✓
ECON101-CLEP: Principles of Microeconomics ✓
ECON102-EXC: Principles of Macroeconomics ✓
BUS202: Principles of Finance ✓
BUS203: Principles of Marketing ✓
BUS204: Business Statistics ✓
BUS205: Business Law and Ethics ✓
BUS206: Management Information Systems ✓
BUS208: Principles of Management ✓
BUS209: Organizational Behavior ✓
BUS210: Corporate Communication ✓

Elective Courses

BUS300: Operations Management ✓
BUS301: Human Resource Management ✓
BUS303: Strategic Information Technology ✓
BUS305: Small Business Management ✓
BUS306: Advertising and Promotion
BUS401: Management Leadership ✓
BUS402: Project Management ✓
BUS403: Negotiations and Conflict Management ✓
BUS404: Risk Management
BUS501: Strategic Management ✓

Pre-Requisites

PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics ✓
PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism ✓
MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA102: Single-Variable Calculus II

Core Program

CHEM101: General Chemistry I ✓
CHEM102: General Chemistry II
CHEM103: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM104: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM105: Physical Chemistry I   
CHEM106: Physical Chemistry II
CHEM107: Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM108: Analytical Chemistry
BIO401: Biochemistry

Elective Courses

CHEM201: Advanced Organic Chemistry
CHEM202: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM203: Bioinorganic Chemistry   
CHEM204: Bioorganic Chemistry
CHEM205: Spectroscopy

Core Program: Communication Studies

COMM001: Principles Of Human Communication ✓
COMM101: Public Speaking ✓
COMM311: Intercultural Communication
BUS209: Organizational Behavior  ✓
BUS210: Corporate Communication  ✓

Core Program: Mass Communication

COMM002: Media and Society
COMM103: Introduction to Mass Media
COMM311: Intercultural Communication
BUS203: Principles of Marketing  ✓
COMM411: Public Relations ✓

Core Program

CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I ✓
CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II ✓
CS107: C++ Programming  ✓
CS201: Elementary Data Structures ✓
CS202: Discrete Structures ✓
CS301: Computer Architecture ✓
CS302: Software Engineering ✓
CS303: Algorithms ✓
CS401: Operating Systems ✓
CS402: Computer Communications and Networks ✓
CS403: Introduction to Modern Database Systems ✓
CS404: Programming Languages ✓
CS405: Artificial Intelligence ✓

Required Mathematics

MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA102: Single-Variable Calculus II
MA211: Linear Algebra
MA121: Introduction to Statistics ✓

Elective Courses

CS304: Compilers ✓
CS305: Web Development ✓
CS406: Information Security ✓
CS407: Network Applications Development
CS408: Advanced Artificial Intelligence ✓
CS409: Cryptography ✓
CS410: Advanced Databases ✓
CS412: Mobile Applications Development ✓

Core Program

ECON101-CLEP: Principles of Microeconomics ✓
ECON102-EXC: Principles of Macroeconomics ✓
MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA121: Introduction to Statistics ✓
ECON200: Math for Economists
ECON201: Intermediate Microeconomics ✓
ECON202: Intermediate Macroeconomics ✓

Elective Courses

ECON301: History of Economic Ideas
ECON302: Money, Banking, And Financial Markets
ECON303: Labor Economics
ECON304: Economic Development
ECON305: Public Finance
ECON306: Industrial Organization
ECON307: International Trade ✓

Foundational English/Writing

ENGL000: Pre-College English ✓
ENGL001: English Composition I ✓
ENGL002: English Composition II ✓

Core Program

ENGL101: Introduction to Literary Studies
ENGL201: ­Medieval English Literature and Culture
ENGL202: Cultural and Literary Expression in the English Renaissance
ENGL203: Cultural and Literary Expression in the 18th and 19th Centuries
ENGL204: Cultural and Literary Expression in Modernity
ENGL301: Introduction to Literary Theory

Elective Courses

ENGL401: Shakespeare
ENGL402: The Poetry of John Milton
ENGL403: The Gothic Novel
ENGL404: English Romantic Poetry
ENGL405: The American Renaissance ✓
ENGL406: James Joyce
ENGL407: Medieval Women Writers
ENGL408: Modern Poetry and Poetics
ENGL409: Dante
ENGL410: The Victorian Novel
ENGL411: African-American Literature
ENGL412: Restoration & Eighteenth-century Drama

Core Program

HIST101: Ancient Civilizations of the World
HIST102: Early Globalizations: East Meets West (1200s-1600s)
HIST103: World History in the Early Modern and Modern Eras (1600-Present) ✓
HIST104: Historical Methodology: The Art and Craft of the Historian

Geographical Concentrations

HIST201: History of Europe, 1000 to 1800
HIST202: History of Europe, 1800 to the Present
HIST211: Introduction to United States History: Colonial Period to Reconstruction
HIST212: Introduction to United States History: Reconstruction to the Present
HIST221: Colonial Latin and South America
HIST222: Modern Latin America
HIST231: Empire and States in the Middle East and Southwest Asia
HIST232: Modern Middle East and Southwest Asia
HIST241: Pre-Modern Northeast Asia
HIST242: Modern Northeast Asia   
HIST251: History of Africa to 1890
HIST252: Modern Africa

Elective Courses

HIST301: Greece, the Roman Republic, and the Roman Empire
HIST302: Medieval Europe
HIST303: The Age of Revolutions in the Atlantic World, 1776–1848
HIST311: The Age of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1500-1900
HIST312: Capitalism and Democracy in America
HIST313: War and American Society
HIST321: Comparative New Worlds, 1400-1750
HIST341: The Silk Road and Central Eurasia
HIST351: Islam, The Middle East, and The West
HIST362: Modern Revolutions ✓
HIST363: Global Perspectives on Industrialization ✓
HIST364: Environmental History
HIST365/STS203: History of Technology

Foundational Material

MA001: Beginning Algebra ✓
MA002: Precalculus I
MA003: Precalculus II
MA004: Intermediate Algebra
MA005: Calculus 1 ✓

Core Program

MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA102: Single-Variable Calculus II
MA103: Multivariable Calculus
MA111: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning ✓
MA211: Linear Algebra
MA221: Differential Equations
MA231: Abstract Algebra I
MA241: Real Analysis I
CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I ✓

Advanced Mathematics

MA212: Linear Algebra II
MA213: Numerical Analysis
MA222: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
MA232: Abstract Algebra II
MA233: Elementary Number Theory   
MA242: Real Analysis II
MA243: Complex Analysis
MA252: Introduction to Probability Theory

Elective Courses

MA121: Introduction to Statistics ✓
MA201: Mathematical Logic and Theory of Computation   
MA251: Statistics II
MA303/CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II
MA304: Topics in Applied Mathematics   

Core Program

ME101: Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
ME102: Mechanics I
ME103: Thermodynamics
ME104: Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
ME201: Fluid Mechanics
ME202: Mechanics II – Dynamics
ME203: Materials and Materials Processing
ME204: Heat Transfer
ME205: Numerical Methods for Engineers
ME301: Measurement & Experimentation Laboratory
ME302: Mechatronics   
ME303: Thermal-Fluid Systems
ME304: Engineering Communication
ME401: Dynamic Systems & Controls
ME402: Design Decisions in Engineering
ME403: Student Design Project

Required Mathematics

MA101: Single-Variable Calculus I or MA101-EXC: Single-Variable Calculus I ✓
MA102: Single-Variable Calculus II
MA221: Differential Equations
MA103: Multivariable Calculus

Required Science

CHEM101: General Chemistry I ✓
PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics ✓
PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism ✓

Overview of Philosophy

PHIL101: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL102: Logic and Critical Thinking
PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy ✓

Metaphysics and Epistemology

PHIL201: The Philosophy of Death
PHIL202: Philosophy of Science

The History of Philosophy

PHIL304: Existentialism  ✓

Core Program

POLSC101: Introduction to Politics ✓
POLSC201: Introduction to Western Political Thought ✓
POLSC211: Introduction to International Relations
POLSC221: Introduction to Comparative Politics ✓
POLSC232: American Government ✓
POLSC241: Introduction to Public Administration
POLSC251: Research Methods in Political Science

Political Theory Subfield

POLSC301: American Political Thought
POLSC302: Contemporary Political Thought
POLSC303: Feminist Politics
POLSC313: US Intelligence and National Security
POLSC401: Ethics and Public Policy ✓
POLSC402: Global Justice ✓

International Relations Subfield

POLSC311: United States Foreign Policy
POLSC312: International Organizations
POLSC411: International Political Economy
POLSC412: International Law   

Comparative Politics Subfield

POLSC321: Mideast Politics
POLSC322: Asia-Pacific Politics
POLSC323: European Politics
POLSC324: Latin American/Caribbean Politics
POLSC325: African Politics

American Politics Subfield

POLSC301: American Political Thought
POLSC331: Congressional Politics
POLSC332: The Presidency and the Executive Branch
POLSC333: Campaigns and Elections
POLSC431: Public Policy Process
POLSC432: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

Core Program

PSYCH101-EXC: Introduction to Psychology ✓
MA121: Introduction to Statistics ✓
PSYCH202A: Research Methods
PSYCH202B: Research Methods Lab
BIO101B: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology ✓
BIO102: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Ecology
PSYCH205: Clinical Psychology
PSYCH206: Cognitive Psychology

Elective Courses

PSYCH301: Social Psychology
PSYCH302A: Lifespan Development
PSYCH303: Educational Psychology
PSYCH304: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSYCH305: The Psychology of Learning and Behavior
PSYCH306: Sensation and Perception
PSYCH401: Abnormal Behavior
PSYCH402: Neuropsychology
PSYCH403: Cultural Psychology
PSYCH404: Psychotherapy
PSYCH406: Gender and Sexuality

Program

RWM101: Foundations of Real World Math ✓
RWM102: Algebra ✓
RWM103: Geometry ✓

Program

Try College 101 ✓
ASTR101: Introduction to Astronomy
ENVS203: Environmental Ethics, Justice, and World Views ✓
ENVS504: Society, Economy, and the Environment
GEOG101: World Regional Geography
MUS101: Introduction to Music
PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics ✓
PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism ✓
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology ✓
SSE101: Survey of Systems Engineering – Part 1   
STS101: Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society
STS203: History of Technology

Professional Development

Core Program

PRDV001: Computer Skills And Literacy
PRDV002: Professional Writing ✓
PRDV003: Word Processing Using Microsoft Word ✓
PRDV004: Spreadsheets ✓
PRDV005: Time and Stress Management  ✓

Core Program

PRDV001: Computer Skills And Literacy
PRDV003: Word Processing Using Microsoft Word ✓
PRDV004: Spreadsheets ✓
CUST104: Business Communications ✓
CUST105: Customer Service ✓

Core Program

PRDV101: Job Search Skills
PRDV102: Resume Writing  ✓
PRDV103: Interviewing Skills ✓
PRDV104: Professional Etiquette ✓

Core Program

PRDV201: Accounting Principles I
PRDV203: Introduction to Management
PRDV204: Payroll Applications
PRDV205: Business Law and Legal Procedures
PRDV208: Information Management and Processing
PRDV251: HTML and CSS for Beginners ✓
PRDV252: Intermediate Excel
PRDV301: Introduction to Paralegal Studies   
PRDV401: Introduction to Human Resources Management
PRSM107: Crisis Communication ✓
SALES101: Marketing Fundamentals
SALES103: Public Speaking for Sales ✓

Secondary (6-12)

Core Program

K12ELA006: English Language Arts 6
K12ELA007: English Language Arts 7   
K12ELA008: English Language Arts 8
K12ELA010: English Language Arts 10
K12ELA011: English Language Arts 11   

Core Program

K12MATH006: Math Grade 6
K12MATH007: Math Grade 7
K12MATH008: Math Grade 8   
K12MATH009: Algebra I   
K12MATH010: Geometry
K12MATH011: Algebra II
K12MATH012: Precalculus I
K12MATH013: Calculus AB ✓
K12MATH014: Advanced Statistics ✓

Program

Common Core 101
TPREP101: SAT Prep