University in the High School Program

The University in the High School Program (UHS), under the direction and sponsorship of the College of Arts and Sciences, is a partnership program between the University at Albany and participating secondary schools throughout New York State. The Program allows qualified students to earn college credit while still in high school. By entering college with previously earned credits, they can hasten their graduation from college or explore a wider range of academic areas during a regular college sequence.

The following course work is currently available to program participants (see individual departments, schools, or programs for course descriptions). The "S/U" option is not available in UHS courses. Current course offerings are listed below. Course descriptions are listed in relevant department sections of this Undergraduate Bulletin. Other courses may be considered upon request.

College of Arts and Sciences:

College-Wide Courses
A CAS 100 Contemporary Issues in Life Sciences
A CAS 141 Concepts of Race and Culture in the Modern World
A CAS 198 Special Topics in the Humanities

Science Research Courses
A CAS 109 Intermediate Science Research
A CAS 110 Intermediate Methods of Research
A CAS 209 Advanced Science Research
A CAS 210 Advanced Methods of Research

Department of Africana Studies
A AAS 219 Introduction to African/African-American History
A AAS 240 Classism, Racism, and Sexism: Issues

Department of Art
Courses in Art
A ART 105 Beginning Drawing
A ART 110 Two-Dimensional Design
A ART 230 Beginning Painting

Courses in Art History
A ARH 170 Survey of Art in the Western World I
A ARH 171 Survey of Art in the Western World II

Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences
A ATM 100 The Atmosphere

Department of Biological Sciences
A BIO 102 General Biological Sciences
A BIO 117 Nutrition

Department of Chemistry
A CHM 120 General Chemistry I
A CHM 124 General Chemistry Laboratory I
A CHM 121 General Chemistry II
A CHM 125 General Chemistry Laboratory II

Program in Classics
Greek and Roman Civilization
A CLC 110 Classical Roots: Great Ideas of Greece and Rome

Department of Communication
A COM 203Y Speech Composition and Presentation
A COM 238 Introduction to Mass Communication

Program in Atmospheric Science
A ATM 100 The Atmosphere

Department of East Asian Studies
A EAC 201 Intermediate Chinese I

A EAJ 102 Elementary Japanese II
A EAJ 201 Intermediate Japanese I

Department of Economics
A ECO 110 Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics
A ECO 111 Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics
A ECO 202 The American Economy: Its Structure and Institutions

Department of English
A ENG 100Z Introduction to Analytical Writing
A ENG 121 Reading Literature
A ENG 144 Reading Shakespeare
A ENG 222 World Literature
A ENG 226 Focus on Literary Theme, Form or Mode
A ENG 261 American Literary Traditions
A ENG 295 Classics of Western Literature

Department of History
A HIS 100 American Political and Social History I
A HIS 101 American Political and Social History II
A HIS 130 History of European Civilization I
A HIS 131 History of European Civilization II
A HIS 220Y Public Policy in Modern America
A HIS 250 The Holocaust in History
A HIS 259 History of Women and Social Change

Department of Judaic Studies
A JST 250 The Holocaust in History

Program in Journalism (Department of English)
A JRL 100 Foundations of Journalism and Media Studies
A JRL 200Z Introduction to Reporting and News Writing

Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

A FRE 221Y Intermediate French I
A FRE 222Y Intermediate French II

A GER 201 Intermediate German I
A GER 202 Intermediate German II

A ITA 103 Intermediate Italian I
A ITA 104 Intermediate Italian II
A ITA 206Y Intermediate Conversation and Oral Grammar

A CLL 102 Elementary Latin II
A CLL 201 Introduction to Latin Literature I

A RUS 201Y Intermediate Russian I
A RUS 202Y Intermediate Russian II

A SPN 103 Intermediate Spanish I
A SPN 104 Intermediate Spanish II

Department of Latin American, Caribbean  and U.S. Latino Studies
A LCS 201 Latino USA
A LCS 229 Special Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
A LCS 240 Classism, Racism, and Sexism: Issues

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
A MAT 100 Precalculus Mathematics
A MAT 101 Algebra and Calculus I
A MAT 104 Topics in Contemporary Mathematics
A MAT 105 Finite Mathematics
A MAT 108 Elementary Statistics
A MAT 112 Calculus I
A MAT 113 Calculus II
A MAT 214 Calculus of Several Variables
A MAT 220 Linear Algebra

Department of Music
A MUS 100 Introduction to Music
A MUS 110 Rudiments of Music
A MUS 245 Theory I

Department of Physics
A PHY 100 Contemporary Astronomy: The Cosmic Connection
A PHY 105 General Physics I
A PHY 106 General Physics Lab I
A PHY 108 General Physics II
A PHY 109 General Physics Lab II
A PHY 140 Physics I: Mechanics
A PHY 145 Physics Lab I
A PHY 150 Physics II: Electromagnetism
A PHY 155 Physics Lab II

Department of Psychology
A PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

Department of Sociology
A SOC 115 Introduction to Sociology

Department of Theatre

A THR 107 Introduction to Dramatic Art

Department of Women’s Studies
A WSS 240 Classism, Racism, and Sexism: Issues
A WSS 260 History of Women and Social Change

College of Computing and Information:

Department of Computer Science
I CSI 101 Elements of Computing
I CSI 102 Microcomputer Software
I CSI 201 Introduction to Computer Science

Rockefeller College:

Department of Political Science
R POS 100 Introduction to Political Science
R POS 101 American Politics

School of Business:

Department of Accounting
B ACC 211 Financial Accounting

School of Criminal Justice:

R CRJ 202 Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice

School of Public Health:

H SPH 201 Introduction to Public Health