College Now courses allow qualified students in grades 7–12 to earn dual high school and college credit. Students must apply for admission to the program and be accepted before registering for classes.
Taking a course on campus? View the undergraduate course schedule to see dates, days, and times courses are offered for each term. You may also view course descriptions, fees, and instructors.
Taking an online course? View the undergraduate course schedule to see course descriptions, fees, instructors, and dates for each term. Online class do not meet live, and are listed with the meeting time of "ONL."
Typical Online Courses
Courses are offered summer, fall, and spring term (SU, FA, SP) unless otherwise noted, e.g., GMTH 1030 Precalculus is listed as 4 credit hours, SU & SP only.
- ANTH-1800 Cultural Anthropology (3 semester hours)
- BTGE-1725 The Bible and the Gospel* (3 semester hours)
- BTGE-2730 Old Testament Literature* (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: BTGE-1720 or BTGE-1725
- BTGE-2740 New Testament Literature* (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisites: BTGE-1720, BTGE 2730
- BTGE-3755 Theology I* (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisites: BTGE-1720, BTGE-2730, BTGE-2740
- COM-1100 Fundamentals of Speech (3 semester hours)
- ECON-2110 Essentials of Economics (3 semester hours)
- EGME-1810 Engineering Graphics (1 semester hour, $25 course fee; SU only)
- Prerequisites: high school geometry and high school Algebra II.
- ENG-1400 Composition (3 semester hours, $25 course fee)
- Prerequisite: minimum ACT English 21 or SAT Reading 500 Critical Reading on the Pre-March-2016 SAT, or 550 Evidence Based Reading and Writing on the New SAT
- FIN-1710 Personal Finance (3 semester hours)
- GBIO-1000 Principles of Biology (3.5 semester hours)
- GMTH-1010 Introduction to Mathematics (3 semester hours, SU & FA only)
- Prerequisite: minimum ACT Math 19 or SAT Math 530
- GMTH-1020 College Algebra (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: minimum ACT Math 19 or SAT Math 530 and 3 years of high school math
- GMTH-1030 Precalculus (4 semester hours, SU & SP only)
- Prerequisite: minimum ACT Math 19 or SAT Math 530, GMTH-1020 or permission of instructor based on precalculus readiness test score. Contact your program advisor for readiness test.
- GSCI-1010 Principles of Earth Science (3.5 semester hours)
- GSS-1100 Politics and American Culture (3 semester hours)
- HIST-1110 U.S. History I (3 semester hours, SU & FA only)
- HIST-1120 U.S. History II (3 semester hours, SU & SP only)
- HUM-1400 Introduction to Humanities* (3 semester hours, $75 course fee)
- HUM-2430 Enjoyment of Music (3 semester hours)
- LIT-2300 Introduction to Literature (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: ENG-1400
- LIT-2330 World Mythology (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: ENG-1400
- LIT-2340 Western Literature (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: ENG-1400
- NSG-1000 Member of Nursing Profession (2 semester hours, $200 course fee, FA & SP only)
- NSG-1050 Health Promotion and Wellness (3 semester hours, SP only)
- Prerequisite: NSG-1000
- PEF-1990 Physical Activity and Christian Living* (2 semester hours)
- PYCH-1600 General Psychology (3 semester hours)
- PYCH-2610 Statistics (3 semester hours)
- Prerequisite: minimum ACT Math 19 or SAT 530 and 3 years of high school math
- SOC-1300 Introduction to Sociology (3 semester hours, SU & SP only)
Transferability of Credits
Cedarville University offers excellent undergraduate, graduate, and online degree programs, but some students may choose to transfer their Cedarville credits to a different college after they graduate from high school.
Cedarville University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the organization recognized by the United States Department of Education as responsible for accrediting degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the 19 states of the North Central region, including Iowa. Thus, college credits earned at Cedarville are eligible to transfer to any other accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.
Transfer credits are defined as:
- Credits that have been accepted by the receiving institution
- Courses that have passing grades
- Courses that appear on the student’s transcript at the receiving institution
Students need to plan carefully with an academic advisor at the institution where they wish to enroll in order to satisfy the requirements of the transfer institution. Students and parents should be aware that problems in transferring credits generally arise from three areas:
- Course transfer policies differ from one institution to another. While one college may allow a transferred class to satisfy a general education requirement, another institution may transfer it as an elective.
- Courses completed that are specific to a particular major at Cedarville may not be counted toward the same major at a different institution.
- Grades of D or F are not normally transferrable for many courses, but will appear on the student’s Cedarville University transcript.
Students should work closely with an academic advisor when planning to transfer credits to other colleges or universities.