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Abnormal Psychology

Semester 2 2022-2023

This Abnormal Psychology Course focuses on a variety of atypical psychiatric disorders, helping students understand symptoms, diagnoses & treatments.

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Architecture

Semester 2 2022-2023

The Architecture course provides an introduction to elements, principles, and processes of architecture.

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Bioethics

Semester 2 2022-2023

Ethics is the study of what one should do as an individual and as a member of society. In this course students will evaluate ethical issues related to medicine and the life sciences.

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Business Problem Solving

Semester 2 2022-2023

Students in this course will tackle real-world problems facing businesses large and small in today’s fast changing global marketplace where radical reinvention is on the minds of many business leaders.

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CS II: Java

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Semester 2 2022-2023

This Java class teaches students how to write programs in the Java programming language. Our Java basics tutorial makes GOA one of the best sites to learn Java.

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Creative Nonfiction Writing

This course focuses on the art of shaping real experiences into powerful narratives. Students will examine diverse professional examples of the relevant and evolving genre of creative nonfiction while developing their own original works, reflecting stories from their lives and from the communities around them.

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Cybersecurity

Semester 2 2022-2023

This course explores the fundamentals of and vulnerabilities in the design of computers, networks, and the internet.

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Digital Photography

Semester 2 2022-2023

Photography can be a powerful and persuasive tool. This course is designed for students to learn how to give an emotional context to social, political, environmental, and global issues through photography.

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Fiction Writing

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Semester 2 2022-2023

This Online Fiction Writing Course connects students interested in creative writing & provides a space for supportive & constructive feedback.

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Game Theory

Semester 2 2022-2023

Do you play games? Ever wonder if you’re using “the right” strategy? What makes one strategy better than another? In this course, we’ll explore a branch of mathematics known as game theory, which answers these questions and many more.

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Genocide & Human Rights

Students in this course study several of the major genocides of the 20th century (Armenian, the Holocaust, Cambodian, and Rwandan), analyze the role of the international community in responding to and preventing further genocides (with particular attention to the Nuremberg tribunals), and examine current human rights crises around the world.

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Geometry

This intensive summer course is designed to provide an accelerated path through the traditional high school geometry curriculum.

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Global Health

What makes people sick? What social and political factors lead to the health disparities we see both within our own community and on a global scale? What are the biggest challenges in global health and how might they be met? Using an interdisciplinary approach to address these questions, this course hopes to improve students' health literacy through an examination of the most significant public-health challenges facing today's global population.

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Graphic Design

Semester 2 2022-2023

This course will explore the relationship between information and influence from a graphic design perspective.

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How to Argue Well

This course will teach students how to master and deploy critical thinking skills to think independently; improve academic performance across disciplines; create, assess, and engage thoughtfully in arguments; and successfully forge community in the process.

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