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Register for Upcoming Online General Education Courses through UIC Online Pathways

UIC’s Liberal Arts and Sciences Online Pathways program allows you to complete high-quality, low-cost General Education courses 100% online. Courses are taught by the faculty of Chicago’s leading public research university. Each course can be a stepping stone on your path towards completing a college degree!

Tuition

The cost per course varies depending on the number of credit hours.

  • Cost per credit hour: $318
  • All courses also incur an $18 per credit hour Library and Information Technology assessment
  • ENGL 110: English and American Popular Genres

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    Introduction to the textual analysis of pulp literature, film, television and other popular discourses.
    (3 credit hours)

    Course date: October 21 – December 13, 2019

  • GER 217: German Film

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    German cinema as communication and art; its production, reception and ideological perspectives. Course Information: Taught in English. No knowledge of German required.
    (4 credit hours)

    Course date: January 13 – March 6, 2020

  • COMM 103: Introduction to Media

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    Conceptualizing mass communication. Internal and external controls. Media and minorities. Individual and societal functions of the media. Individual and societal effects of the media.
    (3 credit hours)

    Course date: January 13 – May 8, 2020

  • STAT 101: Introduction to Statistics

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    Applications of statistics in the real world, displaying and describing data, normal curve, regression, probability, statistical inference, confidence intervals and hypothesis tests. Recommended Background: High school Algebra.
    (4 credit hours)

    Course date: January 13 – May 8, 2020

  • HIST 105: Global Transformations and the Rise of the West Since 1000

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    Overview of historical transformations that led to the rise of Europe and the wider West to global preeminence. Emphasizes contributions of other world cultures to this development.
    (4 credit hours)

    Course date: January 13 – May 8, 2020

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