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Explorer-ACCP CENTERS

Get a jump start on college while you study and learn in some of the most exciting cities around the world. ACCP centers are elite institutions worldwide that are approved to offer ACCP courses for international students.

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Western-Style Learning

All courses offered at ACCP centers follow a Western style of instruction that emphasizes active student participation and discussions and encourages analysis and critical thinking. 

Lecture

First Year Seminar

All ACCP Center students are required to take a first-year seminar course. Similar to universities around the world, the first-year seminar course is meant to prepare students for studying and living on a university campus abroad.

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Community Connections

In addition to the in-person courses taken at ACCP centers, students may participate in ACCP sponsored events and activities outside the classroom. Events include school outings, speaker events and presentations, alumni networking events, and major-specific information sessions. 

ACCP Course with Major Tracks

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Business and Finance

Core Courses:

  • Composition I

  • Composition II*

  • Microeconomics

  • Macroeconomics*

  • Calculus I

 

Elective Courses**:

  • Financial Accounting

  • Managerial Accounting*

  • Statistics

  • Psychology

  • Sociology

Humanities and Social Science

Core Courses:

  • Composition I

  • Composition II*

  • Psychology

  • Sociology

  • Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry OR Calculus I

 

Elective Courses**:

  • Microeconomics

  • Macroeconomics* 

  • History of Western Art II

  • Foundations of Human Communication, Culture, and Society

  • Human Geography

Math, Science, and Pre-Med

Core Courses:

  • Composition I

  • Composition II*

  • Calculus I

  • Biology I

  • Chemistry I w/ Lab

 

Elective Courses**:

  • Biology II*

  • Calculus II*

  • Psychology

  • Chemistry II w/ Lab*

  • Physics I w/ Lab

  • Statistics

Engineering and Computing

Core Courses:

  • Composition I

  • Composition II*

  • Calculus I

  • Calculus II*

  • Physics I w/ Lab

 

Elective Courses**:

  • Physics II w/ Lab*

  • Chemistry I w/ Lab

  • Statistics

  • Intro to Computer Science

  • Intro to Software Development

Arts, Design, and Architecture

Core Courses:

  • Composition I

  • Composition II*

  • Systems of Drawing

  • Digital 2D

  • Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry OR Calculus I

Elective Courses**:

  • Psychology

  • Public Speaking

  • History of Western Art II

  • Visual Language

  • Foundations of Human Communication, Culture, and Society

*Some courses are sequence courses. You must complete the prerequisite course in order to enroll in these courses. 

**Each track can select 3-5 Elective Courses.

Explorer-ACCP Quality Guaranteed

The high quality and integrity of the Explorer-ACCP program are of utmost priority to IPERC and its Explorer-ACCP partner institution. To ensure that Explorer-ACCP Partner Centers maintain these standards, IPERC will take the following quality control measures:

  1. Syllabi developed for each course must be approved by the Explorer-ACCP Program to ensure it meets Explorer-ACCP course requirements.
     

  2.  Final examinations for each course are based on the learning objectives provided by the Explorer-ACCP.
     

  3. Final exams will be recorded to ensure that academic integrity standards are maintained.
     

  4. The Explorer-ACCP Program will conduct random checks of student examination forms to ensure academic integrity. Additionally, examination forms will be kept for 2 years to maintain records of student performance.
     

  5. In the event of any academic dishonesty, the school in question will be required to retest its students.
     

  6.  The Explorer-ACCP Program will conduct site visits or lecture recording reviews to each Explorer-ACCP Partner Center at least once per semester and provide a detailed report of each site visit, explaining what was observed during the visit and providing feedback to the Explorer-ACCP Partner Center for methods of improvement. The Explorer-ACCP Program will maintain records of past site visits and future plans for site visits.

TEACH Explorer-ACCP

To ensure the quality of Explorer-ACCP courses, all instructors must:

1. Have at least a master's degree in the course subject or at least 18 graduate credit hours related to the subject they are teaching.

2. Have the ability to teach the course completely in English

3. Be recommended by home institution and be able to pass initial interview

 

Headquarters

1170 Old Henderson Rd. Suite 208 Columbus, OH 43220, USA
+1 614-553-8513

accp@iperc.org