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In order for students to receive Associate Degrees, as well as meet state high school requirements, the Missouri Academy curriculum is less math, science and computer oriented as you might have originally expected.

Requirements[edit]

The curriculum requires

Note: A student with a B average GPA may take one or more elective courses each semester

English[edit]

Required Courses

Math[edit]

Required Courses

Other Available Courses

Biology[edit]

Required Courses

Other Available Courses

Editorial Note: We're terribly sorry about the Micro requirement. Really, it wasn't always this dumb.

Chemistry[edit]

Required Courses

Other Available Courses

Physics[edit]

Required Courses

Computer Science[edit]

Computer Science at Northwest is of variety that produces assembly line programmers (not to be confused with assembly language programmers). Sure, they're the factory workers of today, but where's the fun?

Required Courses

Other Available Courses

Students with programming experience can take Programming I and Programming II instead by just talking to Diana Schmitz or Programming II and Data and File Structures by talking to Diana and the department.

History/Humanities[edit]

Required Courses

Seminar/Colloquium[edit]

Required Courses

Electives[edit]

French

  • 14-131
  • 132
  • 232
  • 233
  • 234


Spanish

See also[edit]