Student reading

Future Taylor Students

The following online courses are recommended for high school students who plan to attend the residential Taylor campus after graduation.

BIB110 Biblical Literature I - Old Testament, 3 credit hours

BIB210 Biblical Literature II - New Testament, 3 credit hours

KIN100 Fitness for Life, 2 credit hours

MUS149 Music Appreciation, 2 credit hours

ART172 Art Appreciation, 2 credit hours

Communication: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
     CAS110 Public Speaking
     CAS120 Interpersonal Communication

History: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
     HIS103 World History I
     HIS104 World History II
     HIS124 History of the United States to 1877
     HIS125 History of the United States since 1877

Civic Engagement: Select one of the following 3-4 credit hour classes.
     ECO201 Principles of Microeconomics
     ECO202 Principles of Macroeconomics
     SOC200 Cultural Anthropology

General Social Science: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
     PSY100 Introduction to Psychology
     PSY240 Child Psychology
     PSY250 Lifespan Development