Chart the Course offers first- and second-year students a FREE
winter course to help stay on track to graduate in four years. All you have to do is pay for the books! The courses that are offered will fulfill a General Education requirement. You’ll learn from GCU faculty completely online so you won’t have to come to campus! You’ll also gain access to Google Hangouts, where you be able to link up to the academic coach, peer tutors, and class group chats. College students who earn 30 credits by the end of their first year and 60 credits by the end of their second year are more likely to graduate in four years. Why would you want to take a class over Winter break?
Students who participate in Chart the Course are more likely to:
- have a better understanding of degree requirements,
- earn 30 credits by the end of their first year and 60 credits by the end of their second year, and
- achieve a higher overall GPA than those who did not participate in Chart the Course.
The following ONLINE
courses are being offered in the Winter 2019 Session. EC181 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)
This class will satisfy a General Education social sciences requirement. HST120 World History Survey
I(3 credits) This class will satisfy the General Education history requirement. SO101 Principles of Sociology
(3 credits) This class will satisfy a General Education social science requirement. RS220 The Christian Tradition
This class will satisfy a General Education religious studies requirement. The deadline to sign up is December 7, 2018. For more information or to sign up, please see:
Ana DeNise Student Success Specialist Jeffries Hall, Room 102 732-987-2682 or text 732-597-0117