100 Reasons To Not Offer APs

Creative Writing
Critical Reading and Effective Writing
Environmental Ethics
Masculine and Feminine: Ways of Seeing in the West
States United? Nonfiction Texts and American Identity
The Narrator and the Nature of Story Telling
The Big Novel: Moby Dick
The End: Literature of the Apocalypse
The Haunted Terrain of Gothic Literature
Science Fiction: More than a Genre
Architecture
Art and Social Change
Drawing I
Drawing and Painting II
Filmmaking II
Graphic Design
Mixed Media
Painting I
Photography I
Photography II
Sculpture
The Singer’s Showcase
Orchestra & Band
Chamber Orchestra
Intermediate Jazz Ensemble
Advanced Jazz Ensemble
Sinfonia
Songwriting and the Language of Music
Dance
Acting or Reacting
The Humanities of the Theater
Modern American Plays
Play Production – Musical
Play Production – Dramatic Play
Stagecraft – Musical
Stagecraft – Dramatic Play
Student-Produced Works Seminar
Computer Science I
Computer Science II
Digital Leadership
Global Leadership
Introduction to Psychology
Journalism
Yearbook
Literary Magazine
Big Data and Analytics
Art and Social Change
Brazilian History
First Peoples: Native American History
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
Topics in United States History
Francophone Literature and Contemporary Authors
Literature and Film from Spain and Latin America
Introduction to Statistics
Advanced Statistics
Advanced Topics in Mathematics
Big Data
Individualized Program in Mathematics
Golf
Health
Individualized PE
Lifetime Activities
Racquet Sports
Weight Training
Yoga
Advanced Topics in Chemistry
Astronomy
Current Topics in Biotechnology
Ecology
Special Relativity
Beyond Photoshop: The Art of Code, The Code of Art
Digital Photography
Fiction Writing
Music Theory and Digital Composition
Poetry Writing
Creative Non-Fiction
Abnormal Psychology
Bioethics
Global Health
Medical Problem Solving I
Medical Problem Solving II
Neuropsychology
Organic Chemistry in Modern Life
Arabic 1: Language through Culture
Gender Studies
Genocide & Human Rights
Japanese 1: Language through Culture
This We Believe: Comparative Religions
Computer Programming II: Analyzing Data with Python
Contest Mathematics
Game Theory
iOS App Design
Linear Algebra I through Modern Applications
Multivariable Calculus
9/11 in a Global Context
Advocacy
Applying Philosophy to Modern Global Issues
Comparative Politics
Energy

These 100 elective courses are available to U Prep students, because we design our entire curriculum. Subjects are determine by teacher expertise, student interest and based on contemporary topics and pressing social issues.

University Prep Upper School Course of Study

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