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Available Courses

Available Fall & Spring Semesters

We offer our most popular courses, and you will receive priority placement as part of the Academy. Courses are available based on the academic calendar in fall and spring, subject to sufficient enrollment. If courses need to be cancelled, you and your school will be notified a minimum of one month before the course begins. See our past courses here


Courses Available to All Eligible High School Students

Courses begin on September 2, 2021, and end on December 13, 2021
Semester  Course Title Description Transferability Credits Textbook Info
Fall 2021 ANTHRO 100: Varieties of World Culture The variety of ways of life that exist in the world and the concepts of culture, cultural relativity, and ethnocentrism. Representative case studies of world cultures are considered.  view here 3 TBD
Fall 2021 MUSIC 121: Survey of Western Music The musical styles of several well-known composers as evident in selected compositions; review of a basic repertoire of musical compositions of various forms and styles. view here 3 TBD
Fall 2021 NUT SCI 242:
Food & Nutritional Health
A basic course in nutrition with an emphasis on the application of nutrition concepts to personal everyday life. Covers the role of nutrients (calories, carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins and minerals) in promoting health. Evaluates a healthy diet and lifestyle.  view here 3 TBD
* Courses may break for holidays. Please see individual course syllabi for information regarding scheduled breaks.

Open to Students at Specific High Schools

Courses available to only eligible high school Students at their specific high school.
 
Specific Schools/Courses Offered
High School  Semester/Dates  Course Title/Credits Description Transferability Instructor Textbook
Guangwai-Pacelli High School Spring 2021

March 1- June 18, 2021
Introduction to Psychology

3 credits
Understanding of behavior from psychophysiological, cognitive, social and clinical perspectives; important issues, methods and findings in the study of psychological processes.  view here Valerie Grissom TBD
Guangwai-Pacelli High School Fall 2021 Introduction to Environmental Science

3 credits
Examines the interrelationships between people and their biophysical environment, including the atmosphere, water, rocks and soil, and other living organisms. The scientific analysis of nature and the social and political issues of natural resource use view here TBD TBD
School Districts within
Ho-Chunk Ancestral Land
Fall 2021 Intro to First Nations Studies: The Tribal World  This introductory course to First Nations Studies presents the American Indian tribal cultural context through both information and class structure. A core value is personal sovereignty supported by respect, reciprocity, and relationship.

More specifically, in this class we will explore the historical and cultural background and continued resilience of the Ho-chunk people of Wisconsin. Within that story, students research their own cultural identity and where they fit within the grand narrative of American history and the shared history of our region. 
view here  Paul Rykken Two required books:
book 1
book 2


Disclaimer

UW-Green Bay reserves the right to cancel any course or program due to low enrollment, conditions beyond reasonable control, including, but not limited to low enrollment, disaster, inclement weather, health emergency, unavailability of supplies, acts of God or any other circumstance. ‚Äč
 
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