Project Advance trains high school teachers to offer Syracuse University courses to high school students during the regular school day.

These are the same courses that the Syracuse University faculty offer on the Syracuse campus to college students. High school students have the opportunity to take a college course and familiarize themselves with the rigor and expectations that comes with taking a college course.


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(ACC 151) Introduction to Financial Accounting
(BIO 121-23/124) General Biology I and II
(CFS 202) The Development of Children
(CFS/SPM 327) Human Development and Sport
(CHE 106-7) General Chemistry I
(CHE 116-7) General Chemistry II
(CHE 113) Forensic Science
(CLS 105) College Learning Strategies
(CPS 185) Animation & Gaming
(CRS 325) Presentational Speaking
(CSE 283) Introduction to Object-Oriented Design
(EAR 203) Earth System Science
(ECN 203) Economic Ideas and Issues
(ECN 305) The Economics of Personal Finance
(ECS 102) Introduction to Computing
(EEE 370) Introduction to Entrepreneurship
(ETS 181) Class and Literary Texts
(ETS 192) Gender and Literary Texts
(FRE 201) French III (Intermediate French)
(GER 201) German III (Intermediate German)
(HST 101) American History to 1865
(HST 102) American History Since 1865
(IST 263) Introduction to Front End Web Development

(IST 300) Digital Strategy and Analytics
(IST 323) Intro. to Information Security
(ITA 201) Italian III (Intermediate Italian)
(LAT 201) Latin III
(LAT 310) Latin Prose Authors
(LAT 320) Latin Poets
(MAT 221) Elementary Probability & Statistics I
(MAT 222) Elementary Probability & Statistics II
(MAT 295) Calculus I
(MAT 296) Calculus II
(MAT 397) Calculus III
(MAT 414) Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
(PAF 101) An Introduction to the Analysis of Public Policy
(PHY 101-2) Major Concepts of Physics I and II
(PSY 205) Psychology: Foundations of Human Behavior
(SOC 101) Introduction to Sociology
(SPA 201) Spanish III (Intermediate Spanish)
(SPM 205) Principles & Contemporary Issues in Sport Management
(URP 150) Science Research
(WRT 105) Studio I: Practices of Academic Writing
(WRT 114) Writing Culture: Intro to Creative Nonfiction