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Online Courses

For students looking for more flexibility in their schedules, or for those students who do not have access to a designated Explorer-ACCP center in their hometown, ACCP courses are offered in an online format. Unlike regular online courses that rely on self-studying, each ACCP course is taught in real-time, allowing for teacher/student interaction, group discussions, and immediate feedback. Students can also feel confident they will receive the attention they need with our class maximums of 15 students, TAs for each course, and designated office hours for each course.

Course Schedule

Don't see a course you like? New courses are available each semester.

Fall 2021

Session 1 (Aug 23rd-Oct 12th)

8:00-10:00 am EST

English Composition 1

English Composition 2

Public Speaking

College Physics 1

Session 2 (Oct 25th-Dec 8th)

8:00-10:00am EST

Calculus 1

US History

US Government

College Chemistry 1

Spring 2022

Summer 2022

Session 1( Jan. 3rd- Mar.28th)

8:30-10:30am EST

Public Speaking

Psychology

Elementary Statistics with Computers

English Composition 1

 

Session 2(Apr.11th-Jun. 2nd)

8:30-10:30am EST

English Composition 2

US Government 

Calculus

College Physics 1

Session 1( June 6th-July 18th)

8:30-10:30am EST

Intro to Computer Science

General Psychology

General Biology I

English Composition 1

US History since 1865

Principles of Microeconomics

 

Session 2(July 19-Aug 26th)

8:30-10:30am EST

English Composition 1

General Psychology

Professional Communication

Intro to Computer Science

Communication Research

Digital 2D

*Contact us for class schedules and enrollment

ACCP Offers

- Rolling Enrollment

- Customized Course Selection

- Courses All Year Round

- New Courses Each Semester

Course Offerings

Don't see a course you like? Contact us about course requests and 1:1 classes.

Math and Science

Calculus I

Calculus II

Elementary Statistics

General Physics I – Mechanics and Heat

General Physics II – Sound, Magnetism, Electricity, and Optics

General Biology I: Information Flow and Evolution

General Biology II: Transformations of Energy and Matter

General Chemistry I

General Chemistry II

Intro to Computer Science: Principles

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

Humanities and Business

General Psychology
Origins of the Modern World to 1500
Origins of the Modern World (1500 to Present)
United States History before 1865
United States History since 1865
Introduction to Sociology
Cultural Geography
College Composition I
College Composition II
Public Speaking
Principal of Economics

Art and Design

Drawing I
Computer Art I
History of Western Art
Approaching the Arts: Music
2D Design
Graphic Design I

ACCP Instructions

*The following is not a complete list of our instructors.

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Maureen Carter

History

Mrs. Carter received her Bachelor's degree from St. Mary of the Woods in Indiana and her Masters from Nova South East University and Ashland University. Mrs. Carter has served as an adjunct instructor in universities across the US, and she has also led several teacher workshops on topics such as using primary source documents in instruction to critically engage students. In her classes, Mrs. Carter uses a wide variety of primary source documents and film clips to analyze periods of history and take a critical look at how people lived. She looks forward to welcoming everyone to her classes and she hopes that all students will enjoy the journey as much she will.

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Rebecca Hawthrone

Math

Ms. Hawthrone has over 10 years of teaching experience in mathematics, including 9 years of teaching and content development in the areas of Calculus, Finite Mathematics, and Numerical Analysis in a university setting. Rebecca got her master’s degree in Pure Mathematics at the University of New Hampshire after she got her two bachelor’s degrees in Pure Mathematics and Mathematics Education at Boston University. Rebecca also specializes in teaching non-native English speakers and has been teaching ESL students for 9 years. When she is not doing math, she likes to volunteer and be involved in educational organizations.

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Brendan Praniewicz

English

Mr. Praniewicz is an English and Creative Writing instructor at Mesa Community College with over 12 years of teaching experience in-person and online. He obtained his Bachelor's and Master’s degrees from San Diego State University and has taught students of all varying English levels. In addition to teaching, Mr. Praniewicz is a published author of several short stories and is currently writing a book. In 2017, he received the Teaching Excellence Award for his work as an instructor at Grossmont College. When he is not teaching, Mr. Praniewicz is a writer, musician, stand-up comedian, photographer, and world-traveler.

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Husni Charif

Statistics

Dr. Charif has over 20 years of teaching experience worldwide. He received his Bachelors in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Tennesse, his Masters in Applied Statistics and Operation Research from Bowling Green State University, and his Doctorate in Statistics from the University of Wyoming. He has taught a variety of Statistics and Business Analytics courses and has published many articles. His research is focused on the
interrelationships between Real Estate Investment Trusts during different market phases, connectedness between financial markets, and the contagion impact of COVID-19 on cryptocurrencies, energy
commodities, and precious metals.

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John Bryant

Chemistry

Mr. John Bryant is a Science instructor with River 17 years of experience. He earned his Bachelor's in Chemistry from Cameron University and his Master's in Science Instruction from Concordia University.  He believes it is important to teach students how to learn by thinking critically and with scientific inquiry, which is why his class will be one of open discussion, collaboration, and exploration. In his free time, Mr. Bryant enjoys watching sports, listening to music, and learning about new technology. Finally, Mr. Bryant has been described as a teacher who builds his success by building connections with students that promote learning and a fun environment at the same time .

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Jonathan Adams

Psychology

Dr. Adams is a Psychology professor at Pacific Lutheran University and a published researcher in the field of psychology. Dr. Adams obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Samford University and his Master’s and Doctorate from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. His research focuses on the predictors of violence and safety in middle and high schools, the effect these events have on students, and how this information can be used to keep students safe. In his several years of teaching, Dr. Adams has taught courses both in-person and online in Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Statistics, and has presented on a number of topics in the field of psychology.

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Dr. Alvin Echeverria

Physics

Dr. Alvin Echeverria has over 16 years of experience teaching Physics to students of all ages. He obtained his Masters in Education from Regis University and his doctorate from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Echeverria is passionate about science and enjoys connecting with students and being part of their educational journey. He believes that science has incredible lessons that go beyond cells, forces, and chemicals, and that an open mind allows us to learn science and also learn how to apply it, especially in places where science does not normally go.  While he originally entered school to pursue a music major, he fell in love with Physics and earned his teaching degree in Physics Education.

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Raymond Wright

Biology

Mr. Wright is a Biology teacher with over 10 years of experience teaching students from middle school to college. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and his master's degree from Clemson University. Mr. Wright is a big proponent of students taking part in their own education and developing critical thinking skills along with scientific knowledge. He has a passion for science, and he wants to ignite that passion in the next generation. In his free time, Mr. Wright enjoys kayaking, hiking, and snorkeling. In graduate school, he conducted research with snakes including racing them on pinewood derby tracks and he's had the opportunity to go snorkeling with bull sharks.

Headquarters

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

info@iperc.org