Academic Preparation for College
Ready to apply to a degree program to pursue after high school graduation? All students applying to Taylor University (campus or online) should have completed a challenging preparatory course load including:
|Mathematics||3-4||algebra, geometry, advanced algebra, calculus, trigonometry|
|Laboratory Science||3-4||biology, chemistry, physics|
|Social Science||2||American history, European history, government, sociology, psychology, economics|
|Basic Computing||introductory course|
Future Taylor Students
The following online courses are recommended for high school students who plan to attend the residential Taylor campus after graduation.
- BIB110 – Biblical Literature I - Old Testament, 3 credit hours
- BIB210 – Biblical Literature II - New Testament, 3 credit hours
- MUS149 – Music Appreciation, 3 credit hours
- ART172 – Art Appreciation, 3 credit hours
- Communication: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
- CAS110 – Public Speaking
- CAS120 – Interpersonal Communication
- History: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
- HIS103 – World History I
- HIS104 – World History II
- HIS124 – History of the United States to 1877
- HIS125 – History of the United States since 1877
- Civic Engagement: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
- ECO201 – Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO202 – Principles of Macroeconomics
- ANT200 – Cultural Anthropology
- General Social Science: Select one of the following 3 credit hour classes.
- PSY100 – Introduction to Psychology
- PSY240 – Child Psychology
- PSY250 – Lifespan Development