Online Courses

Make friends with classmates living in Asia, America, or Africa as you interact in an online class! Interactive online courses begin and end on specific dates. Classwork includes reading, discussion with classmates online, individual and group projects and weekly assignment deadlines.  With no specific class meeting times, you can fit an online class into your schedule in any time zone. If you can commit 8 hours per week to college level learning, then you're ready to register!

  • ENGL 115 College Writing I 950 (CRN: ) [3 credits, open G12 students only, sample syllabus]
  • HIST 117 Civilizations & Ideas I 950 (CRN: ) [3 credits, sample syllabus]
  • HORT 150 iGrow [ 3 credits ]
  • MATH 168 Precalculus* 950 (CRN: 1599) [4 credits, sample syllabus]
  • PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology 950 (CRN: 1598)  [3 credits, sample syllabus]
  • RELT 225 Doctrines of the Adventist Faith 950 (CRN: 1597) [3 credits, sample syllabus]

*Submit recent qualifying ACT or SAT math scores or take the Math Placement Exam exam at least one month before class starts, to meet the prerequisite skill level for MATH 168 and MATH 191.  Email sdeexams@andrews.edu to request the MPE Form.

  • ENGL 115 College Writing I 950 (CRN: ) [3 credits, open to G12 students only, sample syllabus]
  • ENGL 215 College Writing II 950 [3 credits, open to G12 students only, sample syllabus]
  • FDNT 230 Nutrition 950 (CRN: ) [3 credits, sample syllabus]
  • MATH 191 Calculus I* 950 (CRN: ) [4 credits, sample syllabus]
  • PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology 950 (CRN: ) [3 credits, sample syllabus]

*Submit recent qualifying ACT or SAT math scores or take the Math Placement Exam exam at least one month before class starts, to meet the prerequisite skill level for MATH 168 and MATH 191.  Email sdeexams@andrews.edu to request the MPE Form.

  1. Yes if you've actively participated in extra-curricular activities while keeping your GPA above 3.0
  2. Yes, if you enjoy reading, writing, and studying independently, and are good at following detailed instructions on your own.
  3. Yes, if you're self-motivated, meet deadlines, and ask for help if needed.
  4. Yes, if you are able to take less high school courses to free up 6-9 hours per week for the college learning adventure.
  5. Yes, if after considering all school tours and vacation dates you have a plan to meet all college course deadlines.

High school students can register for any undergraduate lower division courses approved for high school registrations on-campus or online. Self-paced courses are designed for self-motivated adult students with college experience, so this type of online class is not recommended for high school registrations, and thus not discounted.

Review Andrews University State Authorizations before registering for classes, as regulations may change at any time. For states with limits on students completing an Andrews degree, classes may still be allowed for non-degree purposes, such as high school dual enrollment. Feel free to email precollege@andrews.edu for clarification.

Please review the minimum technical specifications necessary to successfully study online. Upgrade any parts of your system that are below these minimums before you register for any online classes.
As courses differ in the demands made on internet, please check that the place you will be studying will have the level of bandwidth needed to support your chosen course(s).

Courses with low bandwidth requirements - mostly text-based:
  • ENGL 115
  • ENGL 215
  • RELT 225
Courses that use textbook publisher online interactive materials but otherwise fairly text-based:
  • ACCT 121
  • ACCT 122
  • FDNT 230
Courses with high bandwidth requirements - including video lecture materials:
  • ECON 225
  • HIST 117
  • MATH 168
  • MATH 191
  • PSYC 101