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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, Explorer-ACCP courses are offered in an online format. Most of the Explorer-ACCP courses are taught in real-time, allowing for teacher/student interaction, group discussions, and immediate feedback. Students will receive the attention they need with our class maximums of 15 students, TAs, and designated office hours for each course. Explorer-ACCP also offers asynchronous courses for students who can't fit their schedule with the real-time classes. 

Real-time Online Course Schedule

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

Spring 2023

Summer 2023**

Fall 2023**

Jan. 9th - Mar. 14th

Biology

Psychology

Physics

English Composition I

Microeconomics

Mar. 16th - May 23rd

Accounting

Human Geography

US History

May 25th - Jul. 21st

Calculus

Macroeconomics

US Government

Computer Science

Jul. 24th - Sept. 18th

English Composition II

Human Geography

Chemistry

Sept. 21st - Nov. 29th

Physics

Biology

US Government

Dec. 1st - Dec. 23rd

Psychology

English Composition I

*Contact us for class schedules and enrollment

**The list of classes for Summer 2023 and Fall 2023 are subject to change

ACCP Offers

- Rolling Enrollment

- Customized Course Selection

- Courses All Year Round

- New Courses Each Semester

ACCP Course with Major Tracks

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

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 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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Amanda Morgan

Biology

Ms. Morgan is an experienced science instructor. She has taught many courses include High School Biology, AP and College Biology, Zoology, High School Chemistry,  AP and College Chemistry, High School Physical Science, and  more in her education career as a science teacher. Ms. Morgan has a 2 master's degrees and she has obtained her teaching licenses from the state of Organ and the state of Mississippi. Her teaching style is hands-on and she likes to learn with the students rather than just give lectures. Ms. Morgan looks forward to getting to know and learn with her students. 

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Brendan Praniewicz

English and Communications

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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Suzanne Magargee

Mathematics and Statistics

Dr. Magargee has dedicated nearly 24 years to becoming an expert in STEM teaching and curriculum development. She possesses the expertise and creativity required to lead a new generation of students who are learning entirely online. In her classes, Dr. Magargee uses a variety of traditional and digital learning tools, tailoring content and pedagogy to meet the unique needs of each student. She says her students are a joy to work with and she deeply respects both their commitment to education and their sense of personal responsibility. She is proud and humbled to be the guide for so many exceptional students.

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Rachel Jennings

Fine Arts and Art History

Ms. Jennings has over 12 years of art education experiences, from middle school to college level art classes. Ms. Jennings has taught various  courses such as Drawing, Painting, 2D Design, Graphic Design, Art History, and more. Ms. Jennings held several exhibitions through out her career as well.  With a Bachelor's Degree in Art Education and a Master's Degree of Visual Arts and Media, Ms. Jennings can best utilize her degree and implement her teaching skills to every class she teaches. 

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Samirah Merritt

Economics and Accounting

Dr. Samirah Merritt is a Business professor from Florida with a passion for education and experience teaching college courses in Business. In addition to having a doctorate in Business Administration, Dr. Merritt is currently pursuing an additional degree in healthcare information systems to further her knowledge of medical record functions. Dr. Merritt is a life-long learner and the mother to one son who recently graduated from high school. An interesting fact about Dr. Merritt is that her hobbies include running marathons, fitness, and traveling. Dr. Merritt looks forward to working with students and welcomes you to her class.

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Charna Iommetti

Psychology and Sociology

Dr. Iommetti holds three master's degrees: Reading Education, Psychology, and Sociology, as well as a Ph.D. in Social Psychology. She has extensive teaching experience and is TESOL certified. She has taught overseas, so she understands the characteristics of ELL students very well, and is good at teaching in a way suitable for ELL students. Dr. Iommetti believes that learning can be interesting, and the best way to learn is to learn in practice. She hopes that all students can learn something in her class and make continuous progress. She is more than happy to answer students' questions and looks forward to seeing students in class soon.

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Alexandre Pinheiro

Physics and Computer Science

Dr. Pinheiro is an experienced physics and computer science teacher with outstanding teaching ability and distinctive characteristics. More than ten years of teaching experience has enabled him to understand how to better help students, so that students can master obscure science theorems, and transform the concepts in books into knowledge that they can use flexibly. Dr. Pinheiro teaches students according to their aptitude and can adopt appropriate teaching methods according to the level of students, building confidence in students and enabling them to succeed in their studies.

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Joshua St. Louis

Political Science

Mr. St. Louis has taught social studies for five years and has been tutoring for almost ten years. Mr. St Louis started his career in education as an SAT/ACT tutor and really enjoyed helping students reach their full potential. As a social studies teacher, he enjoys historical investigations, debates, and students who think critically about historical topics. He holds two master's degrees: an MA in political science from GMU and an M.Ed in Teaching from the University of Maryland. He lives in Dulles, VA with his wife and dog Luke! He is excited to work with the students and looks forward to challenging them while they learn to think critically about history and politics

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

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