Welcome to Central State University Marauder JUMP START (MJS), a summer online program for first-year Marauders.
Marauder JUMP START provides an opportunity for students to take up to two classes and earn credits during the summer in the comfort of your own home. Starting your Central State education now provides an easier transition to fall semester.
Advantages to Online Learning
Online courses allow:
Just like regular classes, Central State’s experienced faculty will be available, at agreed upon times, to assist you and to answer any questions you may have with the curriculum. The University’s online learning management system is user-friendly and easy to navigate. Tutorials are available to help you be successful.
Four summer online courses are available for your consideration. There are two summer sessions for your convenience as follows.
Enrollment in the course(s) is completed after you register and pay the associated fees. After you register and pay, you will receive confirmation of enrollment.
Registration is open from April 5, 2019 to May 1, 2019. Once a class reaches capacity, it will close and you will have to select an alternate class.
Your Central State University ID number is required to complete registration. The ID number, which was previously assigned to you, is a nine-digit number that starts with three zeros.
Global History Since 1500 - HIS 1122 - 3 credits
Efforts to build centralized states in Western Hemispheric, African, European, and Asian cultures will be examined. Trade and exploration leading to Europe’s rise to worldwide hegemony will be examined from the standpoint of the impact on Native, African, and Asian cultures resulting in slavery, colonialism, and world war, concluding with the Cold War and independence struggles in the 20th Century.
Intro to Psychology - PSY 1200 - 3 credits
This course presents an introduction to the science of psychology and human behavior. The course aim is to explore the science-based approach to psychology, applied theories such as learning and memory; sensation and perception; cognition; statistical analysis of behavior; social behaviors, emotions, and attitudes; personality; and abnormal behaviors. Psychology majors and minors are required to take this course as a prerequisite for all advanced courses in psychology. This course is open for non-majors and meets all general education requirements.
Introductory Sociology - SOC 1105 - 3 credits
A study of fundamental principles of sociology, including basic concepts of social structure, processes, and interactions and an overview of the major theoretical perspectives and research methodologies used in analyzing social institutions.
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