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HS ACCESS recommends that students only take up to two courses (6-8 credit hours) each semester. There are many courses to choose from, not just what is listed here. Visit the WVU Course Listing each semester at COURSES.WVU.EDU  

Spring Semester Recommended Courses (Dual Credit)
ENGR 101 Engineering Problem Solving 1 2 Calculus is the required prerequisite course.
ENGR 140 Engineering in History 3
F2A
FIS

FIS

MATH 

MATH
201

202

126

128
Introduction to Forensic Identification

Crime Scene Investigative Overview

College Algebra

Plane Trigonometry
3

3

3

3



 
F2A



F3

F3
PHIL   130  Current Moral Problems 
3
F5
POLS

PSYC
102

101
Intro to American Government

Introduction to Psychology
3

3



F4

F4


Fall Semester Recommended Courses 

Subject Course Title




Credits CRN # GEF

COMM 104 Public Communication
Description: Introduction to principles of communication in the one-to-many context. Emphasis is given to the creation and refutation of arguments.
3
F5
ENGR 101 Problem Solving 1
Description: Engineering problem solving methodologies and analysis. Use of computers in problem solving, technical report writing, team based project work and presentations.
2
ENGR 140 Engineering in History
Description: Impact of engineering on society throughout history. Developments in warfare, architecture, agriculture, manufacturing, communication, transprotation, and their impacts on society.
3
F2A
FIS 201 Introduction to Forensic Identification
Description: A survey course in forensic science including overview of the history and components of fingerprint classification systems crime scene analysis, and death investigation.
3
F2A
JRL 101 Media & Society
Description: Examines the relationship between media, culture and society, with emphasis on the history, structure, and organization of the mass media.
3
F4

PHIL 130 Current Moral Problems
Description: An examination of current moral problems. Topics include some of the following: abortion, euthanasia, sexism and sexual equality, preferential treatment, animal rights, sexual morality, pornography, economic justice, paternalism, punishment, and nuclear deterrence.
3
F5
POLS 102 Introduction to American Government
Description: General survey of American national government and politics.
3
F4
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
Description: Survey of general psychology.
3
F4