Fall 2022 Courses

If you're accepted into the fall program, an academic advisor will work with you to select the courses that will work best fit your academic goals.

Semester Dates

August 22 - December 15


Please pay attention to the online delivery method when choosing the course that you are interested in taking:

Asynchronous classes let students complete their work on their own time. Students are given a timeframe during which they need to connect to their class. The good news is that in asynchronous courses, you could hit the books no matter what hour of day (or night). When you look at the schedule of classes, asynchronous courses won't show a day or time.

Synchronous classes occur in real time and have set schedules with students and instructors online at the same time. You will be expected to be present and participate during designated lectures, discussion and presentation hours. When you look at the schedule of classes, synchronous courses will show specific days and time.

Subject Area Course Number Course Title Description Pre-Req Date/Time Section Number/Course Ref. Number
Baylor Interdisciplinary Core BIC 1313 World of Rhetoric I The course integrates sources and methodologies from Communication and English programs, and it includes texts from theologians, psychologists, philosophers, and public figures. It features writing and speaking pedagogy that focuses specifically on argumentation and persuasion. N/A

T/Th, 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. CDT
Synchronous

Asynchronous option is also available.

513 - 47582
Business BUS 1350 Software Applications for Business & Decision Making A hands-on course designed to familiarize students with current software application tools used by business professionals -- such as spreadsheets and databases -- that are essential to helping managers organize, store, analyze, share, and present data to help promote effective business decision-making. Note: Windows-based computer is needed for this course. Students cannot use MACs. N/A Asynchronous 19 - 43541
Communication Sciences & Disorders CSD 1308 Survey of Speech Pathology & Audiology An introduction to the nature and causes of speech, language, and hearing disorders and speech-language pathology as an educational and clinical field. N/A T/Th, 12:30 - 1:45 p.m. CDT
Synchronous
1 - 202230
2 - 47230
Computer Science CSI 1401 Introduction to Programming I An introduction to computer science for non-majors, emphasizing computational thinking, problem-solving, small-scale programming, and applications. This includes basic programming constructs such as data, variables, functions, conditionals, loops, lists, files, sets, dictionaries, object-oriented programming, and problem solving. Applications will include image processing, numerical computing, and graphics. N/A Asynchronous OL - 45926
French FRE 1301 Elementary French Introduction to French language and cultures; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Progress from novice toward intermediate-level proficiency. A language lab is required for this course. Modern Foreign Language placement exam* MWF, 8:00 – 8:50 a.m. CDT
Lab, 9:30 a.m.
Synchronous
1 - 40351
10 - 47234
Lab A - 40359
Lab B - 40360
French FRE 1302 Elementary French Continuation of FRE 1301. Introduction to French language and cultures; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Progress from novice toward intermediate-level proficiency. A language lab is required for this course. FRE 1301 or appropriate score on Modern Foreign Language placement exam* MWF, 12:20 – 1:10 p.m. CDT
Lab
Synchronous
3 - 40364
4 - 47235
French FRE 2310 Intermediate French Introduction to French language and cultures; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). A language lab is required for this course. FRE 1302 or 1412 or appropriate score on Modern Foreign Language placement exam*, or departmental consent MWF, 9:05 – 9:55 a.m. CDT
Lab, 11:00 a.m.
Synchronous
1 - 12590
2 - 47236
Lab C - 40372
Lab D - 40373
Great Texts GTX 1301 Introduction to Great Texts This interdisciplinary seminar introduces first-year students to the study of Great Texts, focused on a topic of the instructor’s choosing. Studies center on texts from multiple genres, ranging from ancient to modern times, and may include texts from the fine arts or performing arts when appropriate. N/A M/W, 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. CDT 1 - 45029
Math Math 1321 Calculus I Differential calculus of a single variable. Introduction to the definite integral and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Students who wish to enroll in Calculus must demonstrate either a 27 ACT Math score or higher, a 650 SAT Math score or higher, or an ALEKS exam score of 80 or higher. Asynchronous 25 - 43823
26 - 47229
Public Health PUBH 1145 Human Behavior The intent of this class is to explore a variety of health issues pertinent to the following topics: stress, mental/emotional health, aging, death, human sexuality, chemical use, nutrition, exercise, chronic and degenerative diseases and infectious diseases. N/A T/Th, 9:30 - 10:20 a.m.
Synchronous
12 - 39072
Sociology SOC 1305 Intro to Sociology An introductory survey course including basic concepts in the field of sociology, the relationship of the individual to culture, groups and major social institutions. Particular attention is given to an examination of contemporary social issues through a sociological lens. N/A Asynchronous 10 - 47231
Spanish SPA 1301 Elementary Spanish Introduction to the Spanish language and culture: pronunciation, grammar, reading of simple texts, and conversation. A language lab is required for this course. Modern Foreign Language placement exam* MWF, 3:35 – 4:25 p.m. CDT
Lab
Synchronous
11 - 40525
12 - 47237
Lab U - 40709
Spanish SPA 1302 Elementary Spanish This is a continuation of SPA 1301. Introduction to the Spanish language and culture: pronunciation, grammar, reading of simple texts, and conversation. A language lab is required for this course. SPA 1301 or appropriate score on Modern Foreign Language placement exam*. MWF, 2:30 – 3:20 p.m. CDT
Lab
Synchronous
9 - 40554
14 - 47238
Lab J - 40722
Spanish SPA 2310 Intermediate
Spanish
Conversation, composition, cultural readings, and grammar review of the Spanish language. A language lab is required for this course. SPA 1302 or 1412, or appropriate score on Modern Foreign Language placement exam*, or departmental approval MWF, 3:35 – 4:35 p.m. CDT
Lab
Synchronous
10 - 33227
12 - 47239
Lab J - 40734

*Students who wish to enroll in a Modern Foreign Language course should take the ONLINE Modern Foreign Language placement exam. Once students are accepted to Accelerate, they may access the placement exam online here. A BEAR ID and password are required to access the exam.