2016 - 2017 Course Listing

INFINITY Online is a semester based program. 

 

 

    *  Course Catalog with Descriptions

 

 

Classes with (CIS) after are available as both High School and Concurrent College Credit courses (see College Credit link at left for more info).


Courses that have both A/B are full year courses (1.0 credit);
           segment A (.5 credit) is offered in the Fall
           segment B (.5 credit) is offered in the Spring

 

  

NOTE: students and counselors from member districts needing a flexible option (or different segment for a full year course) other than semester based should contact the INFINITY office.

 


All other courses are .5 credit, one semester courses;  (when registering, all semester-length courses are considered  one segment ("Segment A") in length, however, as is the case for many semester length courses, Segment A/semester length courses are often offered either Fall or Spring semesters)

 

 


Fall Semester


Math

Algebra I A

Algebra II A

College Prep Math

Consumer Math

Geometry A

Pre Calculus A

Statistics A (CIS)


Science

Anatomy A

Biology A

Chemistry A (CIS)

Ecology

Marine Biology A

Weather & Meteorology


Social

Anthropology (CIS)

Criminology

Economics

Cultural Geography (CIS)

U.S. Government

U.S. History I - Early American

World History I - Ancient Civilization


English

Composition I (CIS)

Creative Writing

English I A

English II A

Myths & Legends

Short Stories

World Literature

Young Adult Literature


Electives

Accounting

Career & Job Skills

Fitness for Life

Health & Wellness

Health Occupations

Human Behavior & Development

Marketing

Personal Fitness

Photography & Design

Psychology

Study Skills

Web Design

French I, II, III A

Spanish I, II, III A 

 

Note: World Language courses will require video conference meetings 4 times per semester for students to gain practice with group conversational skills

Spring Semester


Math

Algebra I B

Algebra II B

College Prep Math

Consumer Math

Geometry B

Probability & Data Analysis

Pre Calculus B

Statistics B (CIS)


Science

Anatomy B

Astronomy

Biology B

Chemistry B (CIS)

Forensic Science

Marine Biology B


Social

Criminology

Economics

The American Economy (CIS)

Minnesota Ojibwe History

U.S. Government

U.S. History II - 20th Century Topics

World History II - Modern Civilization


English

American Literature

Composition II  (CIS)

Creative Writing

English I B

English II B

Myths & Legends

Technical Writing

Young Adult Literature


Electives

Art Around the World

Art Appreciation (CIS)

Computer Programming

Fitness for Life

Health & Wellness

Interior Design

Medical Terminology (CIS)

Money Management

Personal Fitness

Personal Development

Photography & Design

Psychology (CIS)

French I, II, III B

Spanish I, II, III B

 

Note: World Language courses will require video conference meetings 4 times per semester for students to gain practice with group conversational skills