Online Career Academy

Online Academy Offerings
Below are online course options that would meet a requirement for an AA Degree at DMACC.
Other courses may be available but not listed.

Communications

  • ENG105 – English Composition I
  • ENG106 – English Composition II
  • ENG108 – English Composition II – Technical Writing

Social & Behavioral  Sciences

  • ANT101 – Intro to Anthropology
  • ANT105 – Cultural Anthropology
  • ECN120 – Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECN130 – Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEO111 – Intro to Geography
  • GEO124 – Regional Geography of the NonWest World
  • HIS112 – Western Civ: Ancient to Early Modern
  • HIS113 – Western Civ: Early Modern to Present
  • HIS150 – US History to 1877
  • HIS153 – US History since 1877
  • HIS257 – African-American History
  • JOU110 – Intro to Mass Media
  • POL111 – American National Government
  • POL112 – American, State, and Local Government
  • POL121 – International Relations
  • POL171 – Intro to Public Administration
  • PSY111 – Intro to Psychology
  • PSY121 – Developmental Psychology
  • PSY241 – Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY251 – Social Psychology
  • PSY261 – Human Sexuality
  • SOC110 – Intro to Sociology
  • SOC115 – Social Problems
  • SOC120 – Marriage and Family
  • SOC200 – Minority Group Relations

Mathematics & Sciences

  • ANT202 – Human Origins
  • ENV115 – Environmental Science
  • ENV116 – Environmental Science Lab
  • MAT110 – Math for Liberal Arts
  • MAT114 – Elementary Educators Math I
  • MAT116 – Elementary Educations Math II
  • MAT157 – Stats
  • MAT141 – Finite Math
  • MAT162 – Principles of Business Statistics
  • MAT166 – Calculus for Business/Social Sciences
  • MAT211 – Calculus
  • MAT217 – Calculus II

Humanities

  • ART101 – Art Appreciation
  • DRA101 – Intro to Theatre
  • HIS112 – Western Civ: Ancient to Early Modern
  • HIS113 – Western Civ: Early Modern to Present
  • HUM116 – Encounters in Humanities
  • HUM120 – Intro to Film
  • LIT101 – Intro to Literature
  • LIT111 – American Literature since Mid 1800
  • LIT166 – Science Fiction
  • LIT185 – Contemporary Literature
  • LIT188 – Detective Fiction
  • LIT190 – Women Writers
  • LIT193 – Humor in Literature
  • MUS100 – Music Appreciation
  • MUS202 – World Music
  • PHI101 – Intro to Philosophy
  • PHI105 – Intro to Ethics
  • PHI110 – Intro to Logic
  • REL101 – Survey of World Religions

Distributed Requirement

  • SDV108 – The College Experience

Electives

Diversity Requirement

  • ANT100 – Intro to Anthropology
  • ANT105 – Cultural Anthropology
  • BUS220 – Intro to International Business
  • GEO111 – Intro to Geography
  • GEO124 – Regional Geography of the NonWest World
  • GLS200 – Country Study
  • HIS112 – Western Civ: Ancient to Early Modern
  • HIS113 – Western Civ: Early Modern to Present
  • HIS150 – US History to 1877
  • HIS153 – US History since 1877
  • HIS201 – Iowa History
  • HIS257 – African-American History
  • HSV135 – Women’s Issues
  • HUM116 – Encounters in Humanity
  • HUM120 – Intro to Film
  • ITR101 – Intro Interpret & Translation
  • LIT101 – Intro to Literature
  • LIT111 – American Literature since Mid1800
  • LIT190 – Women’s Writers
  • MGT145 – Human Relations in Business
  • MUS202 – World Music
  • PEH178 – Sports Diversity
  • POL111 – American National Government
  • POL121 – International Relations
  • POL129 – Politics of Terrorism
  • PSY241 – Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY251 – Social Psychology
  • REL101 – Survey of World Religions
  • SOC110 – Intro to Sociology
  • SOC115 – Social Problems
  • SOC200 – Minority Group Relations
  • SPC120 – Intercultural Communication

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