Online Courses

Interested in online classes that will fit your schedule? Georgia State offers a variety of courses online to meet the needs of students juggling school, work, and home.  You can choose to take a combination of online and traditional classroom courses, many of which utilize web tools to enhance the classroom experience, or attend at your own pace in online courses only. You make the choice that will enable you to meet your educational goals. If you’re not a Georgia State student already, get started today by contacting Undergraduate Admissions or one of our Graduate Admission offices.

Georgia ONmyLine (GOML) provides access to a full array of online and distance education offerings from colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia. Four distance learning programs and two non-degree endorsements are offered by the College of Education at Georgia State University. Visit the GOML page on the College of Education’s website for more information.

Below is the list of fully online and hybrid courses offered in Fall, 2015. See course descriptions and projected schedules in upcoming terms for additional information.  Online sections of courses are noted as such under “Comments” in the schedule of classes. You may search the semester’s schedule for all course sections offered online by selecting “Online Section” for Attribute Type and hitting Class Search.

Note that the schedule of classes is subject to change at any time. The following list of courses is not guaranteed to be offered online every term and should be used only as a guide. 

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies

Course number Course title
SW 4330 HEALTH CHALLENGES
SW 7100 FOUND OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHPS
SW 7200 HUM DEVEL THROUGH LIFE
SW 7500 FOUNDATION FIELD ED I
SW 8330 HEALTH CHALLENGES
SW 8500 COMMUNITY FIELD ED I

College of Arts and Sciences

Course number Course title
AL 2102 LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD
AL 3101 ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN USE
AL 8470 SOCIOLINGUISTICS
ENGL 2120 BRITISH LITERATURE
ENGL 2130 AMERICAN LITERATURE
ENGL 3080 PERSUASION; HIST, THRY & PRCT
ENGL 3105 PRACTICAL GRAMMAR
ENGL 4320 SR SEM: RHET & COMP-CTW
FORL 2102 LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD
GERO 2000 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY
HIST 2110 SURVEY OF U.S. HISTORY
MATH 1070 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
MATH 1101 INTRO TO MATHEMATICAL MODELING
MATH 1111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
MATH 1113 PRECALCULUS
MATH 7610 SPECIAL PROB AND SOLVING STRAT
MATH 7820 HIST/CULTURL DEVLPMT OF MATH I
MUA 1930 MUSIC, SOCIETY, AND CULTURE
MUA 3930 MUSIC, SOCIETY, AND CULTURE
PERS 2001 PERSPECTIVE:COMPARATIVE CULTURE
PERS 2002 SCIEN PERSP ON GLOBAL PROBLEMS
PHIL 2500 INTRODUCTION TO SYMBOLIC LOGIC
PHYS 7110 CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS I
POLS 1101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
POLS 2401 GLOBAL ISSUES
POLS 4242 EUROPEAN UNION
POLS 4290 STUDIES IN COMPARATIV POLITICS
PSYC 1101 INTRO TO GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
SOCI 3201 WEALTH, POWER, AND INEQUALITY
SPAN 1001 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
SPAN 2002 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II

J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Course number Course title
BUSA 3000 GLOBAL AND BUS PRACTICES-CTW
CIS 2010 INTRO COMP-BASED INFO SYS
CIS 3001 MANAGING IT PROJECTS
CIS 3260 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
CIS 3300 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
CIS 3730 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYS
CIS 4680 INTRO TO INFOSEC
CIS 4700 IT PROJ RISK MG
FI 3300 CORPORATION FINANCE
FI 8000 VALUATION OF FIN ASSETS
HADM 3010 PERSPEC HOSPITALITY INDUS
HADM 3490 PRIVATE CLUB MANAGEMENT
HADM 3600 EVENT MANAGEMENT
HADM 3750 HOSPITALITY HUMAN RES MGT
HADM 3760 HOSPITALITY SERVICE MKTG
HADM 3800 HOSPITALITY QUALITY
RE 3010 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
RE 8000 RE CONCEPTS & PRACTICES

College of Education

Course number Course title
BRFV 3200 INTRO ADM/ORGAN PROGS YNG CHLD
BRFV 4360 CHILD GUIDANCE BIRTH TO FIVE
CPS 3200 DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RELATIONS
CPS 3300 INTERPRSNL COMMUNICATION SKILL
CPS 3400 CAREER/LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
ECE 3021 CHILD DEVELOPMENT
ECE 3360 ASSESSMENT CLASSROOM LRNG ECE
ECE 7575 INDUCT TCHRS CHANGE AGENTS I
ECE 9800 SCHOLARLY INQUIRY
EDBT 4570 INSTR STRATEGIES TEC/CAREER ED
EDCI 4650 OPENING SCHOOL EXPERIENCE
EDCI 7660 PRACTICUM I
EDCI 7670 PRACTICUM II
EDCI 9900 CRITIQUE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH
EDMT 7560 THEORY/PEDAGOGY OF MATH INSTRU
EDRD 2200 READING FOR UNDERGRAD SUCCESS
EDRD 3400 READNG WORLD 21ST CENTRY TEXTS
EDRD 7600 THEORY/PEDAGOGY STUDY OF READG
EDRD 7630 LITERACY IN THE CONTENT AREAS
EDRD 7650 INDIV LITERACY ASSESSMENT/INST
EDRD 8610 SUPERVISION SCH LITERACY PROGM
EDSC 7550 THEORY/PEDAGOGY SCIENCE INSTRU
EDUC 2120 EXPLO SOCIO-CULT PERSP DIVERS
EDUC 2130 EXPLORING LEARNING & TEACHING
EDUC 2152 BIRTH AND PARENTHOOD
EDUC 4660 FIELD BASED RESRCH IN URBAN ED
EPEL 7000 EDU LEADER & ORGANIZAT CULTURE
EPEL 7330 LAW, POLICY, & GOVERNANCE
EPEL 8000 RESEARCH ED LEDR & ORG CULTURE
EPEL 8650 THE PRINCIPAL
EPEL 8970 SEMINAR IN EDUCATION LEADERSHP
EPEL 9970 ADV SEMINAR IN EDUC LEADERSHIP
EPRS 7900 METHODS OF RESEARCH IN EDUC
EPRS 7920 CLASSRM TEST, GRADING,& ASSESS
EPRS 8500 QUALIT/INTER RESEARCH IN EDU I
EPRS 8510 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN EDU II
EPRS 8530 QUANT METHODS & ANALYS IN ED I
EPRS 8540 QUANT METHODS & ANALYSIS ED II
EPRS 8550 QUANT METHOD & ANALYSIS ED III
EPRS 9600 ADV COMPUTER METHDS FOR ED RES
EPS 8360 EDU POLICY MAKING AND ANALYSIS
EPSF 7120 SOCIAL & CULTURAL FOUND OF ED
EPSF 8010 CULTURAL STUDIES IN EDUC: FILM
EPSF 8320 POLITICS & POLICY IN EDUCATION
EPSF 8440 CURRICULUM DESIGN & ANALYSIS
EPY 2040 THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING
EPY 2050 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
EPY 4190 INTRO TO BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
EPY 7080 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING/LEARNRS
EPY 7660 PRACTM APPLIED BEHAVR ANALYSIS
EPY 8070 UNDERSTAND & FACIL ADULT LEARN
EXC 4020 CHARACTER/INSTRUCT STRAT DISAB
EXC 4671 PARTNERSHIPS/PRACTICUM II
EXC 6671 PARTNERSHIPS/PRACTICUM II
EXC 7150 ACADEMIC METHODS BLD
EXC 7290 METH TCHG STUDNT READ & ACADEM
EXC 7400 METHODS TCHG STU DEAF/HARD HRG
EXC 7941 PRACTICUM III: CONSULTATIVE
KH 2130 INTRO ALLIED FLDS HPE/FITNESS
KH 3150 HEALTHY LIFESTYLE CHOICES
KH 3500 ATHLETIC TRAINING/CONDITIONING
KH 7460 REDUCE YOUTH RISK BEHAVIORS
KH 7790 CURRNT ISSUES SCHL HEALTH/PE
LT 2010 COMPUTER SKILLS FOR INFORM AGE
LT 2210 INTEGRATING TECHN ELEM CLASSRM
LT 3210 TEACH, LEARN, TECHN INTEGRATIN
LT 7100 DESIGN PERFORM/INSTRUCT SYSTEM
LT 7360 INT TECHN SCHOOL-BSD LEARN ENV
LT 8000 FOUNDATIONS OF INSTRUCT TECHN
LT 8050 EVAL & ASSESS ONLINE LEARNING
LT 8660 INTERNSHIP INSTRUCT TECHNOLOGY
LT 9850 RESEARCH SEMINAR LEARNING TECH
TSLE 4440 WORKNG WTH MULTILINGUAL POPLTN
TSLE 7260 CULT ISSUES BILINGUAL/ESL TCHR
TSLE 7440 METHD & MAT BILINGUAL/ESL TCHR

Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions

Course number Course title
NURS 2010 HLTH & HUM LIFESPAN DEVEL
NURS 3060 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FOR RNS
NURS 3310 POLICY FOR RNS
NURS 3490 PROF NURSING CONCEPTS
NURS 3980 HEALTH ASSESSMENT FOR RNS
NURS 4630 LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT- CTW
NURS 4910 COMMUNITY NURSING FOR RNS
NUTR 2100 PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION
NUTR 3100 NUTRITION AND HEALTH
NUTR 3170 FOOD SAFETY & SANITATION
NUTR 4960 NUTRI & PHYSICAL FITNESS
RT 3005 CLIN CARDIO PHYSIOLOGY
RT 3025 PATIENT EVALUATION
RT 3500 RESEARCH METHODS
SNHP 2000 INTRO TO HEALTH INFORMATICS
SNHP 2010 MED TERMINOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE
SNHP 3010 ADVANCED MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
SNHP 3810 INTERPRETATION LAB VALUES
SNHP 6010 GRADUATE MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
SNHP 7810 INTERPRETATION LAB VALUES