Courses Approved for High School Registrations

These courses are open to high school students who meet all admission criteria. Students who earn high grades in several Andrews University courses may discuss courses not on this approved list with Andrews University advisors and are encouraged to consider the honors track.

ART 104 Drawing I
ART 105 Painting I
ART 107 Ceramics I
ART 130 Introduction to Digital Media
ART 200 Color Theory and Use
COMM 104 Communication Skills
DSGN 150 Graphic Design
ENGL 115 College Writing I*
ENGL 215 College Writing II*

ENGL 117 College Writing: Writing Across Cultures
FILM 105 Introduction to Filmmaking
FILM 225 Screenwriting I
FILM 275 Post-production
FREN 171 Elementary French I
FREN 172 Elementary French II
FREN 275 Intermediate French
FREN 280 French Conv & Composition

HIST 110 Worldviews, Cultures & Gods
HIST 117 
Civilizations & Ideas I*
HIST 118 Civilizations & Ideas II
HIST 204 
American Experience I
HIST 205 American Experience II
JOUR 140 Media, Culture, and Society

MUHL 214 Enjoyment of Music
PHIL 224 Introduction to Philosophy
PHTO 115 Photography I
PHTO 116 Digital Photography I
PHTO 175  Digital Imaging
PHTO 210 History of Photography

PLSC 104 American Government
RELB 111 Introduction to the Old Testament
RELB 112 Introduction to the New Testament
RELB 210 Jesus in His Time & Ours
RELG 225 Introduction to Missions
RELT 100 God & Human Life*
RELT 225 Doctrines of Adventist Faith*
RELT 250 Personal Spirituality & Faith*
SPAN 171 Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 172 Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 275 Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 280 Spanish Conversation & Composition

ANSI 114 Introduction to Animal Science*
ANSI 150 Companion Animal Care & lab
ANSI 340 Production/Management: Equine & lab

BIOL 100 Human Biology
BIOL 110  Principles of Biology
BIOL 165 
Foundations of Biology I & Lab
BIOL 166 Foundations of Biology II & Lab
BIOL 208 Environmental Science
BIOL 221 
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 222 Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 260 General Microbiology
BCHM 120 Intro to Bio Chemistry & Lab
CHEM 100 Consumer Chemistry
CHEM 110 Intro to In/Organic Chemistry
CHEM 131,132 Gen Chemistry I, II & Lab
CHEM 195  Independent Research I (0 credits Fall, Spring or Summer, with instructor approval)
CPTR 151 Computer Science I
CPTR 152 Computer Science II
CPTR 276 Data Structures & Algorithms
ENGR 120 Intro to Engineering & Design
ENGR 180 Materials Science
HORT 136 Landscape Drafting & Graphics
HORT 137 Fundamentals of Landscape Design
HORT 150 iGrow*
MATH 168 Pre-Calculus*
MATH 191 Calculus I*
MATH 192 Calculus II
PHYS 110 Astronomy
PHYS 117 Observational Astronomy Lab
PHYS 141 General Physics I & Lab
PHYS 142 General Physics II & Lab
PHYS 225 Sound & Waves
STAT 285 Elementary Statistics

ANTH 124 Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 200 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 205 Introduction to Archaeology

FMST 201 Personal Relationships
GEOG 110 Introduction to Geography
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology*

PSYC 210 Introduction to Health Psychology
SOCI 119 Principles of Sociology*
SOCI 160 Intro to International Development
SOWK 100 Introduction to Social Work
SOWK 101 Orientation to Human Services

ARCH 126 Drawing & Graphics Studio
ARCH 150 Introduction to Architecture

ACCT 121,122 Fundamentals of Accounting I*, II*
BSAD 104 Introduction to Business
ECON 225 Principles of Macroeconomics*
ECON 226 Principles of Microeconomics*

FNCE 206 Personal Finance
INFS 120 Foundations of Info Tech & Lab*
INFS 215 Info Systems Theory & Applications*

Department of Aviation
AFLT 104 Introduction to Aviation
AFLT110 Basic Aircraft Systems
AFLT 115 Private Pilot Ground School
AFLT 121 Flight Training I
AFLT 122 Flight Training II
AVIA 140 Welding Technology
AVIA 250 Machine Shop & Lab
AVMT 114 Aircraft Basic Electricity
AVMT 116 Federal Rules & Regulations
AVMT 120 Materls & Proc Aircraft Structures

FDNT 230, 240 Nutrition* & Lab
MLSC 105 Introduction to Medical Laboratory Sciences
MLSC 110 Medical Terminology
PHTH 120 Introduction to Physical Therapy
SPPA 234 Intro to Speech-Lang Path & Audiology

Important Details

  • Courses available on-campus as well as in interactive online format are noted with an asterisk.
  • The high school tuition rate does not apply to fees or surcharges on specific courses, individual music or flight lessons, independent study, self-paced online or reading courses, or international language courses which are prerequisites for advanced degrees and courses taken off campus.
  • Italicized courses could fit Michigan Transfer Agreement requirements.
  • Check you have met all prerequisites before registering for specific classes. High ACT or SAT math scores may be used to determine minimum Math Placement Exam scores required to meet Chemistry, Physics and Math prerequisites. 
  • Faculty discretion may limit enrollment in a course, e.g. research opportunities.

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