Elementary level students are invited to delve into a classic book or poem. Guided by an instructor, discover the full depths of these amazing works of literature.
Literary salons are book clubs in which you can delve into a classic, a contemporary favorite, or a book or poems you have always wanted to read with peers who share your reading interests. Guided by an instructor, discover the full depths of these amazing works of literature.
The beginning writer has a fair grasp of the essential elements of English grammar and mechanics and will be interested in starting the OHSx Writing Program with Critical Reading and The Writing Process.
The intermediate writer will be interested in courses such as: The Formal Essay, The Research Essay, Modes of Writing, Introduction to Literary Analysis, and Introduction to Argumentation.
The advanced writer will be interested in courses such as: Literary Analysis of Drama, Literary Analysis of Poetry, Literary Analysis of the Novel, Oral Argumentation, Multimedia Analysis, Advanced Argumentation, and Statement of Purpose.
In this seminar style course, students will explore what highly successful people do to achieve extraordinary results and become leaders in their respective fields.
Study the most significant styles of American music in chronological order, beginning with the 1950’s through the present day, and learn to think creatively and critically about popular music.
Take your understanding and use of language to a new and highly imaginative level. Learn all about logology—the science of wordplay—and discover the miraculous properties of the English language
How have a monsters been used by Western cultures to define the normal and the abnormal, the natural and the unnatural, the constructive and the subversive? Students will gain a sense of how to research and think critically about cultural history at the college level by exploring this question.
Trace the history of genocide in the 20th century and the question of humanitarian intervention to stop it, a topic that has been especially controversial since the end of the Cold War.
Explore U.S. law regarding the separation of church and state as students prepare moot court arguments by examining the recent case of Town of Greece v. Galloway.
These university-level mathematics courses correspond to regular Stanford University courses, and include topics in: Linear Algebra, Differential Calculus, and Number Theory.
These university-level physics courses correspond to regular Stanford University courses, and include topics in: Light and Heat, Modern Physics, Intermediate Mechanics, and Quantum Mechanics.
Learn how to think the way mathematicians do—a powerful cognitive process developed over thousands of years.
Theoretical mathematics course that develops facility with abstract conceptual work and prepares students for undergraduate level math.
Logic provides an essential framework of reasoning connecting a wide variety of disciplines in the humanities and sciences.
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The dicussion seminar brings together students and instructors in an engaging, real-time online classroom.
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