Courses and Requirements
Requirements that must be achieved for acceptance into the Bridge Academy include a 2.67 cumulative GPA or higher (on a 4.0 scale) and a minimum ACT composite score of 17.
In addition to the courses listed, many on-campus courses are also available to Bridge Academy students. Contact Mark Tucker for more details on additional courses available for fall and spring semesters.
ENGL 110 English I (3 Credits)
A general composition course enabling students to practice communicating in appropriate and effective forms for a variety of audiences and purposes. Emphasis is placed on writing from different patterns of development with supplemental material covering grammar and research.
NSCI 220 Biology (3 Credits)
An introductory study in the basics of biology, focusing on human organ systems. Through a variety of experiences, students will learn general life processes and how these apply to the world in which we live.
SOCI 110 Sociology (3 Credits)
An overview of significant theories and issues in the study of human social behavior. Special attention will be given to ways in which sociological theory may be applied in Christian life and ministry.
BUSN 110 Economics (3 Credits)
This course is a study of the basic principles of economics and includes topics related to consumer behavior, supply and demand, market structures, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, inflation, unemployment, and global economic issues.
ENGL 210 Multicultural Literature (3 Credits)
A thematic survey of contemporary literature from authors of different ethnicities. Attention is given both to literary forms and to social, philosophical, and religious meaning in the texts. Prerequisites: ENGL 110, ENGL 111 or their equivalents.
PSYC 110 Introductory Psychology (3 Credits)
Introduction to psychology is intended to familiarize students with the broad range of knowledge that exists concerning the “scientific” study of human behavior. In both Christian and secular careers an understanding of human behavior is invaluable.
NSCI 215 Dangerous Earth (3 Credits)
This course investigates the ways in which the dynamic natural processes of this planet affect our society including geologic hazards such as volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, and coastal erosion. Emphasis will be placed on the geology of northern Kentucky and southwestern Ohio, and the ways in which geologic conditions and geologic processes influence our lives.
1-800-949-4CCU ext. 8102 or mark.tucker@CCUniversity.edu.