Affiliated Courses

ACC 205
Basic coverage of the environment of business, including legal and ethical issues and the regulatory and global environment of business that affect business policies and decisions.

CIS 120 
Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.

CCJ 101
Introduces the branches of the U.S. justice system and the policies, processes, controversies, and challenges facing the justice system in the global world.

ENG 100
One-to-one, individualized teaching to improve your writing. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit. Course fee required.

ENG 105
Writing skills for completing university coursework. Fulfills the liberal studies requirement for English composition. Letter grade only. Course fee required.

ENG 205 
Reading and writing skills in response to academic texts. Letter grade only. Course fee required.

FYS 111
Students learn the logic and techniques of scientific inquiry to understand the basis and limits of contemporary scientific knowledge. Students develop practical skills to understand scientific issues relevant to society. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic.

FYS 121
Students learn about competing conceptual frameworks and the relationship between context and creative expression. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic.

FYS131
Students learn about features and perspectives of cultures. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic.

FYS141
Students learn about the dynamic relationships between and within human communities, as well as significant psychological, social and/or political components. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic.

HON 191
Honors 191 is a reading- and writing-intensive course designed to introduce students to a liberal studies education. An important part of this education is the acquisition of specific skills: close reading, analytical writing, cogent speaking, attentive listening, and critical thinking. The readings for Honors 191, as well as the written work required, have been chosen and arranged in order to make possible student attainment as well as perfection of these skills, within a learning environment that encourages understanding and appreciation of some key issues that are at the heart of a liberal studies education.

HON 291
Introduction to philosophical inquiry and analysis of forms of creative and literary expression, encompassing diverse modes of artistic communication, including the study of writing, music, film, photography, and art. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit

HON 292
Introduction to philosophical inquiry and analysis of forms of creative and literary expression, encompassing diverse modes of artistic communication, including the study of writing, music, film, photography, and art. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.

HON 293
Introduction to topics in science/applied science through scientific inquiry and the application of scientific knowledge. Students investigate a variety of physical and biological phenomena by applying the scientific method. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.

HON 294
Introduction to the dynamic relationships between human communities and their ecological context, the systemic components and dynamics of contemporary human societies, relationships between human societies and the global community. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.

MAT 100
Review of algebra topics including the simplification of algebraic expressions, solution of algebraic equations, graphing of linear equations and factoring of polynomials. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Course fee required.

MAT 108
Algebraic operations; simplifying expressions; functions; graphs;  linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, square root functions; solving equations and inequalities; systems of equations. A student with credit in MAT 110 or either of the previous courses, MAT 112 or MAT 135, may not earn credit in MAT 108. All semesters. Letter grade only. Course fee required.

MAT 114
Contemporary quantitative methods, especially descriptive statistics, elementary probability, examples of statistical inference, linear and exponential models of growth and decay, and applicable discrete models.  Fulfills liberal studies foundation requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.

MAT 119
Concepts, techniques and applications of systems of linear equations, geometric linear programming, mathematics of finance, combinatorics and probability. Letter grade only.

MAT 125
Concept of function; graphs; absolute value, linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions,  systems of equations, analytic geometry. Please note that if you have credit in the previous courses MAT 112, MAT 120 or MAT 135, you may not receive credit for MAT 125. Letter grade only.

MAT 136
Calculus of one variable; basic concepts, interpretations, techniques, and applications of differentiation and integration.

NAU 100
Interactive course designed to facilitate student success through exploration of academic, navigation, and life skills, familiarize students with campus resources and services, and assist students in forming a support network. Letter grade only.

NAU 120
Covers time-management and study skills, communication skills, career exploration, and use of university resources. Pass-fail or letter grade. Prerequisite: recommendation by Undergraduate Admissions' Office of Campus Programs and Outreach

NAU 130
This one unit course is designed to be a supplement to your current semester course load. Students will examine motivations for being in college and will develop study skills that will assist with being a successful student. This will enable students to learn how to remain focused, eliminating roadblocks without getting off track in their academic progress. Letter grade only. Course fee required. Prerequisite:  Students on academic probation at the end of the first semester of their freshman year

PSY 101
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.

STA 270
Graphical and quantitative description of data; binomial, normal, and t distributions; one- and two-sample hypothesis tests and confidence intervals; simple linear regression and correlation. Credit cannot be earned in both STA 270 and STA 275. Letter grade only. Course fee required.