Idaho Virtual Academy
Idaho Virtual Academy (IDVA) high school students have an opportunity to earn university credit through NNU for selected courses! Students can receive university level credit for courses administered through NNU and taught by IDVA instructors.
Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 tuition: $65 per credit
Register and pay online.
Spring Registration Deadline is February 15, 2013 (Note: You must also register for the course through IDVA. Check their website for course beginning and ending dates: www.k12.com/idva/).
CHEM1200. Principles of General Chemistry (3 credits - Year-long) Tuition: $195
This course will prepare a student for entry into CHEM1210 or CHEM2210. A grounding in major principles of general chemistry including atoms, nomenclature, molecular structure, bonding and stoichiometry. No prior knowledge of chemistry is assumed.
CHEM1200L. Principles of General Chemistry Lab will not be offered 2012-13*
ENGL1020. English Composition (3 credits - Year-long) Tuition: $195
A course intended to develop in students college-level writing skills and stimulate htem to think critically, express themselves clearly, and develop an appreciation for the medium of language through a variety of writing experiences. For the course to count for General Education requirements, a student must earn a grade of C- or better. Prerequisite: CCP students must be seniors with a cum B (3.0) gpa average.
MATH1300. College Algebra (3 credits - Fall 2012) Tuition: $195
Topics include polynomial arithmetic, synthetic division, zeroes of polynomials, systems of linear equations, matrices and matrix multiplication. Prerequisites: ACT score of 23 or instructor's permission.
MATH1400. Trigonometry (3 credits - Spring 2013) Tuition: $195
Topics include the study of the trigonometric functions, plane trigonometry, and analytic trigonometry. Prerequisites: MATH1300 (a grade of C or better), an ACT score of 26, or instructor's permission.
MATH2510. Calculus I (4 credits - Year-long) Tuition: $260
Limits, derivatives, integration and applications of the derivative, applications of integrals, integration techniques, logarithmic, exponential, trig and inverse trig functions. Prerequisites: MATH1400 (a grade of C or better), an ACT score of 28, or Instructor's permission.
PHYS1110 College Physics I (3 credits - Year-long) Tuition: $195
A comprehensive non-calculus based approach to the fields of physics. Designed for students whose career goals are architecture, business, physical therabpy, science education, and pre-medicine. Emphasis is placed on problem solving. Topics covered include mechanics, heat and thermodynamics, sound. Prerequisites: MATH1300, 1400; or pass the COMPASS math examination through trigonometry. Corequisites: PHYS1110L.
PHYS1110L College Physics I (1 credit - Year-long) Tuition: $65
The laboratory uses the discovery approach to physical principles. The laboratory will cover basic labs in mechanics, wave motion and heat. Corequisites: PHYS1110.
SPAN1010. Elementary Spanish (4 credits - Fall 2012) Tuition: $260
For students who wish to begin the study of Spanish. The acquisition of basic vocabulary, sounds and structures with emphasis on conversation. An introduction to Spanish and Hispano-American cultures.
SPAN1020. Elementary Spanish (4 credits - Spring 2013) Tuition: $260
A continuation of SPAN1010. For students who wish to begin the study of Spanish. The acquisition of basic vocabulary, sounds and structures with emphasis on conversation. An introduction to Spanish and Hispano-American cultures. Prerequisites: SPAN1010 or equivalent.
For more information contact:
Joanna Vanderpool, NNU
(208) 467-8109 or (800) 349-6938
Idaho Virtual Academy
*In our general education science classes at NNU, there are often students who only sign up for just the lecture, as our general education science requirement is two lectures and one lab. Initially this course did not provide the option of taking a lab credit since the CHEM1200 course at NNU did not offer the laboratory. Students who take the class at NNU do not have the option of getting a lab credit with the class.