Asynchronous and Self-Paced Courses
Asynchronous and self-paced classes offer flexible and personalized learning experiences tailored to individual needs and schedules. Both formats provide students with the freedom to study at their own pace without being tied to fixed class schedules or live lectures.
In asynchronous classes, course materials are pre-recorded and made available online for students to access whenever it suits them. There are no real-time interactions with instructors or fellow students. Students can review lectures, read study materials, and complete assignments at their convenience. This format allows learners to balance their studies with other commitments, making it ideal for those with busy schedules or different time zones.
Self-paced classes are similar to asynchronous classes, but they often offer a broader timeframe for course completion. Students are given access to all course materials at the beginning, and they can work through the content at their preferred pace within a specified timeframe, which may extend from a few weeks to several months. This format is particularly beneficial for learners who prefer to dedicate more time to certain topics or want to revisit challenging concepts without time constraints.
By the end of this course, you'll have a comprehensive understanding of the U.S. government's structure, functions, and its impact on society. You'll be equipped with critical thinking skills and civic knowledge, empowering you to actively participate in the democratic process.
In this intellectually stimulating course, you'll embark on a journey to explore the cornerstone of the United States legal system—the Constitution. Delve into the intricate web of laws, principles, and precedents that govern the relationship between the government and its citizens.
Pre-requisite: Student must have previously taken High School U.S. History or U.S. Government.
HISTORY OF BLACK ENTREPRENEURSHIP
In this dynamic self-paced course, we will delve into the rich and resilient history of Black entrepreneurs, innovators, and trailblazers who have played a significant role in shaping the business landscape and contributing to the economic progress of their communities. Gain a better understanding of the systemic challenges they've faced and their role in promoting economic equity and empowerment.
Will offer in the Spring.
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
In this self-paced course, discover the historical context and factors that led to the emergence of the Civil Rights Movement. Get to know the fearless leaders and activists who stood up against discrimination and fought for change. Uncover the significant events and milestones that marked the progress of the movement.
Will offer in the Spring.