Course Catalog

Dive into an extensive range of subjects with LearnStage's Course Catalog. From foundational courses to advanced specialized studies, our catalog is designed to cater to diverse learning needs and interests. Explore our offerings to find the courses that suit your organization.

    Courses Found: 93

    • Mechanical Engineering Course (STEM)

      The Mechanical Engineering course provides a deep dive into the core principles of mechanical engineering, blending science and engineering fundamentals. Through structured lessons, students explore critical concepts, including forces, mathematics in engineering, and the Pappus-Guldinus Theorems.

    • Introduction to Tech Science Course (STEM)

      The Introduction to Tech Science course provides a broad overview of key technical fields, including various engineering disciplines, Biotech Sciences, and Information Technology. Students will explore the impact of significant projects like the Human Genome Project and learn the basics of computer programming, preparing them for a future in technological innovation.

    • Electrical Engineering Course (STEM)

      The Electrical Engineering course (STEM) dives into electrical engineering basics, covering electric circuits, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Law, and applications in daily life. Through this comprehensive introduction, students explore the principles powering modern electrical technologies and gain insights into solving circuits and understanding global electric standards.

    • Computer Engineering Course (STEM)

      The Computer Engineering course (STEM) provides a foundational understanding of computer hardware, software, and data management. It delves into the history of computing, differentiates between analog and digital information, and introduces data protocols and coding languages.

    • Chemical Engineering Course (STEM)

      The Chemical Engineering course (STEM) offers an introduction to the essential principles and applications of chemical engineering. Students explore fundamental chemistry concepts, including the Periodic Table and molecular structures, advancing to topics like stoichiometry, energy balances, and the dynamics of open and closed systems. This foundational course prepares learners for further education or careers in the evolving field of Chemical Engineering.

    • Art Appreciation Course

      The Art Appreciation course offers an immersive exploration into art history and artistic expression, blending theory with hands-on creative practice. Students analyze art movements, styles, and the societal impact of art, enhancing their understanding through creating their own works.

    • Digital Photography Course

      The Digital Photography course offers an immersive journey into the craft of photography, covering camera mechanics, composition, and the art of visual storytelling. Through hands-on learning and real-world applications, students will master their camera settings and explore creative techniques to develop a personal portfolio.

    • Media Arts Course

      The Media Arts course delves into the rich history and practical applications of media arts, offering a comprehensive understanding of digital media, from web design to audio and video production. Through engaging online lessons, students explore key design principles, photography, animation, and more, equipping them with the skills needed for creative expression and career opportunities in the digital landscape.

    • History of Jazz Music Course

      The History of Jazz Music course offers an immersive look into the evolution of jazz, linking its development with societal changes and cultural narratives. Students explore various jazz styles, from ragtime to bebop, understanding their historical context and the composers behind them.

    • Music Appreciation Course

      The Music Appreciation course delves into Western music's evolution, enriching students' understanding of music's role across different historical eras. This course not only introduces musical terminology and notation but also encourages analytical listening and exploration of music in societal context.

    • Agriscience Course

      The Agriscience course provides a thorough exploration of agricultural science, covering animal and plant systems, soil and water management, and the sustainability challenges within agriculture. Students learn about the array of careers in this field, from resource management to food processing, gaining insights into both the opportunities and challenges of working in agriscience.

    • Astronomy Course

      The Astronomy course delves into celestial phenomena, exploring stars, galaxies, and cosmic mysteries like black holes and dark matter. It provides a comprehensive overview of the universe, including space travel and astronomy's cutting-edge topics, inspiring a deeper appreciation for the cosmos and its exploration.

    • Business Management Course

      The Business Management course provides essential insights into the core principles and functional areas of business, preparing students for success in the modern world. Through a blend of theory and practical application, students develop problem-solving skills, financial acumen, and ethical business practices.

    • Criminology Course

      The Criminology course offers an in-depth exploration of criminal behavior through psychological, social, and legal lenses, ideal for those interested in law, law enforcement, and forensic psychology. Students investigate crime origins, offender profiles, and effective prevention strategies, developing a comprehensive understanding of criminology's core principles.

    • Emergency Medical Responder Course

      The Emergency Medical Responder course provides a detailed look at the emergency services system and the critical role responders play in providing lifesaving care. Students learn about patient assessment, emergency care fundamentals, and the use of vital equipment like AEDs and oxygen therapy.

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