COURSE CATALOG

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Students are required to enroll as a student at Educational Advantage in order to request a course.  All additional course requests can be made through the enrollment form.

PLEASE NOTE: Some of the courses in our catalog are licensed by other curriculum providers.  All music classes were created by music educators affiliated with Educational Advantage.

ALL courses are fulfilled (edited, taught, and graded) by teachers at Educational Advantage.

8th U.S. History: Semester 1

Description. This is a survey course emphasizing 18th-century and 19th-century historical events from the age of exploration through the American Revolution; topics will include historical events such as the colonization of America and the Revolutionary War.

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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8th U.S. History: Semester 2

Description. This is a survey course of United States history covering the Constitutional Convention to the Civil War and Reconstruction. This is the second course of a two-part series.

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Astronomy

Description: In this non-mathematical look at astronomy, students will learn what people have traditionally thought about space and how scientists currently study it. Throughout this course, students will develop a basic knowledge of astronomy, both historical and observational; will acquire an appreciation for the night sky; and will understand how astronomers study the universe, exercising some of those skills first-hand.

Credit Hours: 0.5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Bass Guitar: Basics 1 – UC Approved

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to introduce students to the bass guitar and get them passionate about playing the instrument. Students will explore and learn about the bass guitar, proper playing technique, and important figures in bass history. This course will teach students how to read standard notation, tablature, and fingerboard diagrams. Students can expect to encounter a variety of listening and playing assignments, as well as lesson quizzes and exams, and will create a portfolio of recordings that reflect the progress they make.

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Bass Guitar: Basics 2 – UC APPROVED

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to further students’ introduction to the bass guitar. This course will guide students through many playing examples composed specifically to help them grasp key concepts and expand their technique so that they are constantly pushing their boundaries. Students will explore various music theory concepts that will inform their musicianship, and they will focus on composing and improvising on the bass. Students will explore styles of music, the evolution of bass playing, and important figures in bass history. Students can expect to encounter a variety of listening and playing assignments, as well as lesson quizzes and exams, and will create a portfolio of recordings that reflect the progress they make.

SUGGESTED PREREQUISITE: Bass Guitar: Basics 1

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Bass Guitar: Foundations 1 – UC APPROVED

Bass Guitar: Foundations 1 continues to build upon the foundation established in the Bass Guitar Beginner courses. Students will explore more advanced concepts such as more major scale patterns, minor scales, playing in all 12 keys, chord progressions, ear training, arpeggios, and articulations. Adding an understanding of these aspects of bass playing will enhance your ability to play with a band and make your bass lines even more groovy and irresistible. Students are introduced to famous and influential bassists in order to broaden students’ perspective and understanding of the instrument. Students can expect to encounter a variety of listening and playing assignments, as well as lesson quizzes and exams, and will create a portfolio of recordings that reflect the progress they make.

SUGGESTED PRE-REQUISITE: Bass Guitar: Basics 1, Bass Guitar: Basics 2

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Bass Guitar: Foundations 2 – UC APPROVED

Bass Guitar: Foundations 2 continues addressing topics covered in Bass Guitar: Foundations 1. Students will explore more advanced concepts such as dynamics, expanded range, scalar patterns, intervals, and beginning improvisation. Incorporating these elements will help students take their bass playing to another level. Students are introduced to more famous and influential bass players in order to broaden students’ perspective and understanding of the instrument. Students can expect to encounter a variety of listening and playing assignments, as well as lesson quizzes and exams, and will create a portfolio of recordings that reflect the progress they make.

SUGGESTED PRE-REQUISITE: Bass Guitar: Basics 1, Bass Guitar: Basics 2, Bass Guitar: Foundations 1

Credit Hours: .5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Biology: Semester 1

Description: After learning about the scientific method, students will study life at its most basic level: the cell. Students will then use the cell as a foundation for understanding how life evolves, including a detailed discussion of DNA, genetics, and evolution. Each lesson in this course includes an interview with a professional in a career related to biology. Two thousand years ago most people agreed that life, death, sickness, and health were the result of fickle gods. Today we know a little more about the principles behind life and seek to learn more through the study of biology. Throughout their studies, students will list the steps of the scientific method; describe the characteristics of living things; demonstrate knowledge of organic macromolecules; describe the structures of a cell and indicate their functions and locations; describe the process of photosynthesis; model the structure of the DNA molecule; figure genetics equations; and summarize the process of natural selection.

Credit Hours: 0.5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Biology: Semester 2

Description: In this course students, will continue studying life, but with a progressively wider lens by discovering the variety of life that has evolved, determining how to categorize different living things, and comparing how these living things interact with their environment. Throughout their studies, student will distinguish between all six kingdoms of living things and describe the characteristics of living things in comparison to nonliving things; describe the characteristics of viruses and bacteria and indicate which diseases they cause; describe characteristics of fungi and protists; explain the importance of plants, describe the discovery of photosynthesis, and compare the function and structures of routes, stems, and leaves; name and compare five classes of vertebrate animals and classify mammals into the monotreme group, marsupial group, or placental group; name the eleven systems of the human body and describe the function of each system. *This course does include a lab.

Credit Hours: 0.5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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Chemistry: Semester 1

Description: This is an introductory chemistry course that includes topics such as matter and energy, the atomic theory, electron clouds and probability, the periodic table, chemical bonding, chemical formulas, and balancing equations. Throughout their studies, students will organize the elements that make up our Earth and atmosphere; solve chemical problems dealing with results from an experiment or reaction; and discuss atoms–their makeup, what they do, and how they do it.

Credit Hours: 0.5
Price: $250 [$200.00 Course Fee | $50.00 Admin Fee]
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