Academics

General Education and Elective Courses

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100-400 level courses from the School of Continuing Studies may be applied to an undergraduate degree program. As is the case with any coursework, please consult your academic advisor to ensure applicability to your degree. Many courses are offered online.

Besides certificate courses, which are listed under Certificate Programs (HR Management, Project Management, Accounting, Supply Chain Management, Organizational Leadership and Professional Financial Planning), the following courses may apply as general education or elective credit to an undergraduate degree. Notations in italics apply to University of Redlands, School of Business students.

Upcoming courses include the following (dates and times to be determined) :

BUSCS 125 Business and Public Speaking- Written Communication (Speech General Education)

BUSCS 135 Business Reporting Using Excel- Math/Science (Computer Science)

BUSCS 130 Business Writing- Elective

BUSCS 145 Mathematical Foundations for Business

BUSCS 230 Economics for Business

BUSCS 232 Business Statistics

EDUCCS 672 Educational Administrative DevelopmentĀ 

Communicative Disorders

CDISCS 100 Clinical and Research Processes in Communicative Disorders

Computer Science

CSCS 101 Introduction to Computers

Economics

ECONCS 250 Principles of Microeconomics

Environmental Studies

EVSTCS 100 Introduction to Environmental Studies

Government

GOVTCS 111 American National Government and Politics

History

HISTCS 102 World History since 1450

Music

MUSCS 100 Experiencing Music

Religion

RELCS 125 World Religion

RELCS 131 Religion in America

Writing

WRITCS 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

 

Additional courses are added, regularly. Check Enroll Now for a listing of current courses by location.

If you have any questions, contact us at info-scs@redlands.edu or 909-748-8868.


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