Regardless of your major, you can pursue your curiosity and interests by taking general education courses in the College of Arts and Sciences.

We have done the work of finding some of our notable spring 2022 courses for you. From vampires to digital art making, there is no limit to what you can learn.

Our extensive course list has several online options for each academic area to provide additional flexibility to your schedule.

The most up-to-date schedule can be searched on BuckeyeLink. If a course you are interested in is full, please add your name to the waitlist, as that will help us gauge interest and potentially expand our offerings.
 

Course Spotlight

PHILOS 2850: Introduction to Philosophy of Religion

Is there a God and if so, what is this God like? Is the existence of an all-powerful, all-knowing, perfectly good creator compatible with the kinds of evils we observe in the world? Are there good arguments for or against the existence of a God, and is there anything wrong with believing in a God in the absence of good evidence? What, finally, is the relationship between morality and religion? If you are curious about these kinds of questions, this course is a great place to explore them — whether you are a believer, an atheist or an agnostic. 

Format - Distance Learning
GE Category - Cultures and Ideas

Get a jump start on a certificate

Certificate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences are designed for students and working professionals alike to pursue specific, career-advancing topics that will prepare you with skills, knowledge and experiences. Available programs include:

Advanced Chemistry Knowledge for Educators
Computational Analysis of Language
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Essential Skills for Travel and Business in Russia
Food, Culture and Society
Forensic Anthropology
Health Communication
Hydrogeology
Marine Science
Medical Anthropology
Natural History Museum Curation
Petroleum Geology
Planetary Science
Science and Environmental Communication
Translation and Interpretation

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