Wondering which courses to start over spring break? Your best strategy is to enroll in low-cost classes that have a track record of faster-than-average completion, higher levels of student success and satisfaction, and are available immediately upon enrollment.
As our students can attest, breaks are a fantastic time to start taking online college courses. If you use your time wisely, you can quickly start getting the credits you need for your degree, and reduce your cost of college.
Your Ultimate Spring Break Course List
Using our comprehensive database of student success, we've done the legwork for you. We've created a list of some of our most compelling online college courses that also have a history of high student engagement, course satisfaction and faster-than-average course completion rates.
In Introduction to Nutrition, you'll the types of nutrients you need, how your body uses nutrients, how nutrition affects your health, and how your nutrient needs change at different stages of your life.
In Environmental Science, you'll study ecosystems on both land and water and analyze natural and human activity as it impacts the environment, weather and climate: energy consumption, alternative energy sources, forests and conservation, urbanization, food production and pest control, and pollution.
In Introduction to Philosophy, you'll study the major themes and concepts of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, free will and determinism, evil and the existence of God, personal identity, ethical values and politics, modern cognitivism and more.
In Introduction to Communications, you'll develop the tools to both improve and analyze the effectiveness of your own and other people’s communications.
In Introduction to Religion, you'll get a comprehensive overview of cultural religious phenomena in a global world.
In Personal Wellness, you’ll study the principles of exercise program design, the impact of stress on health and the role of exercise and nutrition in body composition. Plus, you get to use yourself as a guide to determining personal wellness through fitness assessments and health risk questionnaires.
In U.S. History I, you'll explore and gain a better understanding of the civilizations that were here before the European colonists arrived, and you will end in 1877, just after the Civil War and Reconstruction.
In Principles of Management, you’ll learn what a manager does, and how they are integral to planning, organizing, leading, and controlling a modern organization.
In Cultural Anthropology, you'll explore human diversity across multiple spectrums: economic, political, social and cultural.