Freshman level courses are most appropriate for ACCESS students. These courses are designated with course ID numbers between 100 and 199.
Recommended Web Courses
The following courses have been suggested by WVU faculty as appropriate options for advanced high school seniors who have met the pre-requisites. Other courses may also be considered.
|ART 101||Appreciation of Visual Arts|
|BIOL 105||Environmental Biology|
|CDFS 110||Families Across the Lifespan|
|CS 101||Introduction to Computer Applications|
|GEOL 101||Planet Earth|
|HIST 152||Growth of American Nation to 1865|
|HIST 153||Making of Modern America: 1865-Present|
|HN&F 171||Introduction to Nutrition|
|HUM 101||Introduction to Western Civilization 1|
|JRL 101||Introduction to Mass Communication|
|PHIL 120||Introduction to Ethics|
|PHIL 140||Historical Introduction to Philosophy|
|PHIL 170||Introduction to Critical Reasoning|
|PSYC 101||Introduction to Psychology|
|THET 101||Introduction to Theatre|
All students, facilitators or high school guidance counselors with questions about high school access classes off campus should contact by phone or email the Extended Learning point of contact: Cheryl Bell or call (304) 627-2189
WVU Course Catalog
The complete WVU course schedule for the upcoming semester is posted on the Internet where you can search for courses by academic discipline or check for enrollment capacity.
Be sure to download the WVU undergraduate course catalog to review course descriptions and pre-requisites. Although your academic advisor can assist you, reading the catalog will provide you with valuable information regarding the tremendous scope of course offerings at WVU.