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Anatomy & Physiology 1
Anatomy & Physiology 2
American Government
Astronomy
College Physics 1
College Physics 2
Environmental Science
General Chemistry 1
General Chemistry 2
Principles of Macroeconomics
Majors Biology 1
Majors Biology 2
Microbiology
Microeconomics
Non-Majors Biology
Pre-Algebra
Psychology
Sociology
University Physics 1
University Physics 2
University Physics 3
US History 1
US History 2

Anatomy & Physiology 1

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Anatomy & Physiology 1

MODULE 1

An Introduction to the Human Body

MODULE 2

The Chemical Level of Organization

MODULE 3

The Cellular Level of Organization

MODULE 4

The Tissue Level of Organization

MODULE 5

The Integumentary System

MODULE 6

Bone Tissue and the Skeletal System

MODULE 7

Axial Skeleton

MODULE 8

The Appendicular Skeleton

MODULE 9

Joints

MODULE 10

Muscle Tissue

MODULE 11

The Muscular System

MODULE 12

The Nervous System and Nervous Tissue

MODULE 13

Anatomy of the Nervous System

MODULE 14

The Somatic Nervous System

MODULE 15

The Autonomic Nervous System

MODULE 16

The Neurological Exam

Anatomy & Physiology 2

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MODULE 1

The Endocrine System

MODULE 2

Blood

MODULE 3

The Heart

MODULE 4

Blood Vessels and Circulation

MODULE 5

The Lymphatic and Immune System

MODULE 6

The Respiratory System

MODULE 7

The Digestive System

MODULE 8

Metabolism and Nutrition

MODULE 9

The Urinary System

MODULE 10

Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance

MODULE 11

The Reproductive System

MODULE 12

Development and Inheritance

Astronomy

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Astronomy

MODULE 1

The Birth of Astronomy

MODULE 2

Orbits and Gravity

MODULE 3

Earth, Moon, and Sky

MODULE 4

An Introduction to the Solar System; Cratered Worlds; Cosmic Samples and the Origin of the Solar System

MODULE 5

Venus and Mars

MODULE 6

The Giant Planets

MODULE 7

Debris of the Solar System

MODULE 8

Radiation and Spectra; Analyzing Starlight; Astronomical Instruments

MODULE 9

The Sun: Garden-Variety Star; The Sun: Nuclear Powerhouse 1

MODULE 10

A Celestial Census; Celestial Distances

MODULE 11

Gas, and Dust in Space

MODULE 12

The Birth of Stars and the Discovery of Planets Outside the Solar System

MODULE 13

Stars from Adolescence to Old Age

MODULE 14

The Death of Stars

MODULE 15

Black Holes and Curved Spacetime

MODULE 16

The Milky Way Galaxy

MODULE 17

Galaxies; The Evolution and Distribution of Galaxies

MODULE 18

Active Galaxies, Quasars, and Supermassive Black Holes

MODULE 19

The Big Bang

MODULE 20

Life in the Universe

American Government

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American Government

MODULE 1

American Government and Civic Engagement

MODULE 2

The Constitution and Its Origins

MODULE 3

American Federalism

MODULE 4

Civil Liberties

MODULE 5

Civil Rights

MODULE 6

The Politics of Public Opinion

MODULE 7

Voting and Elections

MODULE 8

The Media

MODULE 9

Political Parties

MODULE 10

Interest Groups and Lobbying

MODULE 11

Congress

MODULE 12

The Presidency

MODULE 13

The Courts

MODULE 14

State and Local Government

MODULE 15

The Bureaucracy

MODULE 16

Domestic Policy

MODULE 17

Foreign Policy

College Physics 1

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College Physics 1

MODULE 1

The Nature of Science and Physics

MODULE 2

Kinematics

MODULE 3

Two-Dimensional Kinematics

MODULE 4

Force and Newton's Laws of Motion

MODULE 5

Friction, Drag, and Elasticity

MODULE 6

Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation

MODULE 7

Work, Energy, and Energy Resources

MODULE 8

Linear Momentum and Collisions

MODULE 9

Statics and Torque

MODULE 10

Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum

MODULE 11

Fluid Statics

MODULE 12

Fluid Dynamics and Its Biological and Medical Applications

MODULE 13

Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and the Gas Laws

MODULE 14

Heat and Heat Transfer Methods

MODULE 15

Thermodynamics

MODULE 16

Oscillatory Motion and Waves

MODULE 17

Physics of Hearing

College Physics 2

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College Physics 2

MODULE 1

Electric Charge and Electric Field

MODULE 2

Electric Potential and Electric Field

MODULE 3

Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law

MODULE 4

Circuits and DC Instruments

MODULE 5

Magnetism

MODULE 6

Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, and Electrical Technologies

MODULE 7

Electromagnetic Waves

MODULE 8

Geometric Optics

MODULE 9

Vision and Optical Instruments

MODULE 10

Wave Optics

MODULE 11

Special Relativity

MODULE 12

Introduction to Quantum Physics

MODULE 13

Atomic Physics

MODULE 14

Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics

MODULE 15

Medical Applications of Nuclear Physics

MODULE 16

Particle Physics

MODULE 17

Frontiers of Physics

Environmental Science

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Environmental Science

MODULE 1

Introduction to Sustainability: Humanity and the Environment

MODULE 2

The Evolution of Environmental Policy in the United States

MODULE 3

Climate and Global Change

MODULE 4

Biosphere

MODULE 5

Ecology and the Biosphere

MODULE 6

Population and Community Ecology

MODULE 7

Ecosystems

MODULE 8

Physical Resources: Water, Pollution, and Minerals

MODULE 9

Conservation Biology and Biodiversity

MODULE 10

Environmental and Resource Economics

MODULE 11

Modern Environmental Management

MODULE 12

Sustainable Energy Systems

MODULE 13

Problem-Solving, Metrics, and Tools for Sustainability

MODULE 14

The Human Dimensions of Sustainability: Ethics, Culture, and History

MODULE 15

Sustainable Infrastructure

General Chemistry 1

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General Chemistry 1

MODULE 1

Essential Ideas

MODULE 2

Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

MODULE 3

Composition of Substances and Solutions

MODULE 4

Stoichiometry of Chemical Reactions

MODULE 5

Thermochemistry

MODULE 6

Electronic Structure and Periodic Properties of Elements

MODULE 7

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Geometry

MODULE 8

Advanced Theories of Covalent Bonding

MODULE 9

Gases

MODULE 10

Liquids and Solids

MODULE 11

Solutions and Colloids

General Chemistry 2

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General Chemistry 2

MODULE 1

Kinetics

MODULE 2

Fundamental Equilibrium Concepts

MODULE 3

Acid-Base Equilibria

MODULE 4

Precipitation-Dissolution, Lewis Acids-Bases, and Multiple Equilibria

MODULE 5

Thermodynamics

MODULE 6

Electrochemistry

MODULE 7

Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry

MODULE 8

Organic Chemistry

MODULE 9

Nuclear Chemistry

Principles of Macroeconomics

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Principles of Macroeconomics

MODULE 1

Welcome to Economics

MODULE 2

Choice in a World of Scarcity

MODULE 3

Demand and Supply

MODULE 4

Labor and Financial Markets

MODULE 5

Elasticity

MODULE 6

The Macroeconomic Perspective

MODULE 7

Economic Growth

MODULE 8

Unemployment

MODULE 9

Inflation

MODULE 10

The International Trade and Capital Flows

MODULE 11

The Aggregate Demand/Aggregate Supply Model

MODULE 12

The Keynesian Perspective

MODULE 13

The Neoclassical Perspective

MODULE 14

Money and Banking

MODULE 15

Monetary Policy and Bank Regulation

MODULE 16

Exchange Rates and International Capital Flows

MODULE 17

Government Budgets and Fiscal Policy; The Impacts of Government Borrowing

MODULE 18

Macroeconomic Policy Around the World

MODULE 19

International Trade

MODULE 20

Globalization and Protectionism

Majors Biology 1

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Majors Biology 1

MODULE 1

The Study of Life

MODULE 2

The Chemical Foundation of Life / Biological Macromolecules

MODULE 3

Cell Structure

MODULE 4

Structure and Function of Plasma Membranes

MODULE 5

Metabolism

MODULE 6

Cellular Respiration

MODULE 7

Photosynthesis

MODULE 8

Cell Communication

MODULE 9

Cell Reproduction / Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction

MODULE 10

Mendel's Experiments and Heredity / Modern Understandings of Inheritance

MODULE 11

DNA Structure and Function

MODULE 12

Genes and Proteins

MODULE 13

Gene Expression

MODULE 14

Biotechnology and Genomics

MODULE 15

Evolution and the Origin of Species

MODULE 16

The Evolution of Populations

MODULE 17

Phylogenies and the History of Life

MODULE 18

Viruses

MODULE 19

Bacteria and Archaea

MODULE 20

Protists / Fungi

Majors Biology 2

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Majors Biology 2

MODULE 1

Introduction to Animal Diversity

MODULE 2

Invertebrates

MODULE 3

Vertebrates

MODULE 4

Basic Form and Function

MODULE 5

Animal Nutrition and the Digestive System


MODULE 6

The Nervous System / The Endocrine System


MODULE 7

Sensory Systems / The Musculoskeletal System


MODULE 8

The Circulatory System / The Respiratory System

MODULE 9

The Immune System

MODULE 10

Osmotic Regulation and Excretion

MODULE 11

Animal Reproduction and Development

MODULE 12

Seedless Plants

MODULE 13

Seed Plants

MODULE 14

Plant Form and Physiology

MODULE 15

Plant Reproduction

MODULE 16

Soil and Plant Nutrition

MODULE 17

Ecology and the Biosphere

MODULE 18

Population and Community Ecology

MODULE 19

Ecosystems

MODULE 20

Conservation Biology and Biodiversity

Microbiology

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Microbiology

MODULE 1

An Invisible World / How We See the Invisible World

MODULE 2

The Cell

MODULE 3

Prokaryotic Diversity

MODULE 4

The Eukaryotes of Microbiology

MODULE 5

Acellular Pathogens

MODULE 6

Microbial Biochemistry

MODULE 7

Microbial Metabolism

MODULE 8

Microbial Growth

MODULE 9

Biochemistry of the Genome

MODULE 10

Mechanisms of Microbial Genetics

MODULE 11

Modern Applications of Microbial Genetics

MODULE 12

Control of Microbial Growth

MODULE 13

Antimicrobial Drugs

MODULE 14

Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity / Disease and Epidemiology

MODULE 15

Innate Nonspecific Host Defenses

MODULE 16

Adaptive Specific Host Defenses

MODULE 17

Diseases of the Immune System / Laboratory Analysis of the Immune Response

MODULE 18

Skin and Eye Infections / Respiratory System Infections

MODULE 19

Urogenital System Infections / Digestive System Infections

MODULE 20

Circulatory and Lymphatic System Infections / Nervous System Infections

Microeconomics

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Microeconomics

MODULE 1

Welcome to Economics!

MODULE 2

Choice in a World of Scarcity

MODULE 3

Demand and Supply

MODULE 4

Labor and Financial Markets

MODULE 5

Elasticity

MODULE 6

Consumer Choices

MODULE 7

Production, Costs, and Industry Structure

MODULE 8

Perfect Competition

MODULE 9

Monopoly

MODULE 10

Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly

MODULE 11

Monopoly and Antitrust Policy

MODULE 12

Environmental Protection and Negative Externalities

MODULE 13

Positive Externalities and Public Goods

MODULE 14

Labor Markets and Income

MODULE 15

Poverty and Economic Inequality

MODULE 16

Information, Risk, and Insurance

MODULE 17

Financial Markets

MODULE 18

Public Economy

MODULE 19

International Trade

MODULE 20

Globalization and Protectionism

Non-Majors Biology

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Non-Majors Biology

MODULE 1

Introduction to Biology

MODULE 2

Chemistry of Life

MODULE 3

Cell Structure and Function

MODULE 4

How Cells Obtain Energy

MODULE 5

Photosynthesis

MODULE 6

Reproduction at the Cellular Level

MODULE 7

The Cellular Basis of Inheritance

MODULE 8

Patterns of Inheritance

MODULE 9

Molecular Biology

MODULE 10

Biotechnology

MODULE 11

Evolution and Its Processes

MODULE 12

Diversity of Life

MODULE 13

Diversity of Microbes, Fungi, and Protists

MODULE 14

Diversity of Plants

MODULE 15

Diversity of Animals

MODULE 16

The Body's Systems; The Immune system and Disease

MODULE 17

Animal Reproduction and Development

MODULE 18

Population and Community Ecology

MODULE 19

Ecosystems and the Biosphere

MODULE 20

Conservation and Biodiversity

Pre-Algebra

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Pre-Algebra

MODULE 1

Whole Numbers

MODULE 2

The Language of Algebra

MODULE 3

Integers

MODULE 4

Fractions

MODULE 5

Decimals

MODULE 6

Percents

MODULE 7

The Properties of Real Numbers

MODULE 8

Solving Linear Equations

MODULE 9

Math Models and Geometry

MODULE 10

Polynomials

MODULE 11

Graphs

Psychology

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Psychology

MODULE 1

Introduction to Psychology

MODULE 2

Psychological Research

MODULE 3

Biopsychology

MODULE 4

States of Consciousness

MODULE 5

Sensation and Perception

MODULE 6

Learning

MODULE 7

Thinking and Intelligence

MODULE 8

Memory

MODULE 9

Lifespan Development

MODULE 10

Emotion and Motivation

MODULE 11

Personality

MODULE 12

Social Psychology

MODULE 13

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

MODULE 14

Stress, Lifestyle, and Health

MODULE 15

Psychological Disorders

MODULE 16

Therapy and Treatment

Sociology

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Sociology

MODULE 1

An Introduction to Sociology

MODULE 2

Sociological Research

MODULE 3

Culture

MODULE 4

Socialization

MODULE 5

Groups and Organization

MODULE 6

Deviance, Crime, and Social Control

MODULE 7

Media and Technology

MODULE 8

Social Stratification in the United States

MODULE 9

Global Inequality

MODULE 10

Race and Ethnicity

MODULE 11

Gender, Sex, and Sexuality

MODULE 12

Aging and the Elderly

MODULE 13

Marriage and Family

MODULE 14

Religion

MODULE 15

Education

MODULE 16

Government and Politics

MODULE 17

Work and the Economy

MODULE 18

Health and Medicine

MODULE 19

Population, Urbanization, and the Environment

MODULE 20

Social Movements and Social Change

University Physics 1

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University Physics 1

MODULE 1

Units and Measurement

MODULE 2

Vectors

MODULE 3

Motion Along a Straight Line

MODULE 4

Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

MODULE 5

Newton's Laws of Motion

MODULE 6

Applications of Newton's Laws

MODULE 7

Work and Kinetic Energy

MODULE 8

Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

MODULE 9

Linear Momentum and Collisions

MODULE 10

Fixed-Axis Rotation

MODULE 11

Angular Momentum

MODULE 12

Static Equilibrium and Elasticity

MODULE 13

Gravitation

MODULE 14

Fluid Mechanics

MODULE 15

Temperature and Heat

MODULE 16

The Kinetic Theory of Gases

MODULE 17

The First Law of Thermodynamics

MODULE 18

The Second Law of Thermodynamics

University Physics 2

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University Physics 2

MODULE 1

Electric Charges and Fields 1 Resource

MODULE 2

Gauss's Law

MODULE 3

Electric Potential

MODULE 4

Capacitance

MODULE 5

Current and Resistance

MODULE 6

Direct-Current Circuits

MODULE 7

Magnetic Forces and Fields

MODULE 8

Sources of Magnetic Fields

MODULE 9

Electromagnetic Induction

MODULE 10

Inductance

MODULE 11

Alternating-Current Circuits

MODULE 12

Electromagnetic Waves

University Physics 3

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University Physics 3

MODULE 1

Oscillations

MODULE 2

Waves

MODULE 3

Sound

MODULE 4

The Nature of Light

MODULE 5

Geometric Optics and Image Formation

MODULE 6

Interference

MODULE 7

Diffraction

MODULE 8

Relativity

MODULE 9

Photons and Matter Waves

MODULE 10

Quantum Mechanics

MODULE 11

Atomic Structure

MODULE 12

Condensed Matter Physics

MODULE 13

Nuclear Physics

MODULE 14

Particle Physics and Cosmology

US History 1

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US History 1

MODULE 1

The Americas, Europe, and Africa Before 1492

MODULE 2

The Atlantic World, 1492–1650

MODULE 3

Colonial Societies, 1500–1700

MODULE 4

Rule Britannia! The English Empire, 1660–1763

MODULE 5

Imperial Reforms and Colonial Protests, 1763-1774

MODULE 6

America's War for Independence, 1775-1783

MODULE 7

Creating Republican Governments, 1776–1790

MODULE 8

The New Republic, 1790–1820

MODULE 9

Industrial Transformation in the North, 1800–1850

MODULE 10

Jacksonian Democracy, 1820–1840

MODULE 11

Westward Expansion, 1800–1860

MODULE 12

The Antebellum South, 1800–1860

MODULE 13

Antebellum Idealism and Reform Impulses, 1820–1860

MODULE 14

the Tumultuous 1850s

MODULE 15

The Civil War, 1860–1865

MODULE 16

The Era of Reconstruction, 1865–1877

US History 2

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US History 2

MODULE 1

Go West Young Man! Westward Expansion, 1840-1900

MODULE 2

Industrialization and the Rise of Big Business, 1870-1900

MODULE 3

The Growing Pains of Urbanization, 1870-1900

MODULE 4

Politics in the Gilded Age, 1870-1900

MODULE 5

The Progressive Movement, 1890-1920

MODULE 6

American Foreign Policy, 1890-1914

MODULE 7

Americans and the Great War, 1914-1919

MODULE 8

Redefining the Nation, 1919-1929

MODULE 9

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? The Great Depression, 1929-1932

MODULE 10

Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1941

MODULE 11

Fighting the Good Fight in World War II, 1941-1945

MODULE 12

Post-War Prosperity and Cold War Fears, 1945-1960

MODULE 13

America in the 1960s

MODULE 14

Political Storms at Home and Abroad, 1968-1980

MODULE 15

From Cold War to Culture Wars, 1980-2000

MODULE 16

The Challenges of the Twenty-First Century