Spring 2022 Courses Available

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Please note the following Associate in Arts courses that will be available this Spring term. Interested dual-enrollment students should email their onsite dual enrollment advisors. Interested undergraduate students should contact the Advisor for their program or call our offices at 305-463-7210 for more information. Click here to see our Dual Enrollment Equivalency List that indicates which courses fulfill specific high school requirements. AA requirements can also be reviewed here.

Please be cognizant of the following Spring 2021 semester deadlines:

  • Last Day to Apply for Spring 2021: January 14th, 2022
  • First Day of Spring 2021: January 24th, 2022
  • Last day to add/swap classes (Domestic DE & Undergrad only): January 28th, 2022
  • Last day to drop without penalty (Domestic DE & Undergrad only): February 4th, 2022
  • Last day to withdraw from a class with a W grade (Domestic DE and Undergrad only): April 1st, 2022
  • Last day of Spring 2021: May 13th, 2022

The following offerings will be available online this term. All courses are worth three (3) credits unless otherwise specified:

  • AMH 2020: United States History from 1865 (3 CR.)
  • ANT 2000: Introduction to Anthropology (3 CR.)
  • BSC 1005C: Introduction to Biology and Lab (4 CR.)
  • BSC 2010C: Principles of Biology and Lab (4 CR.) !
  • CGS 1060: Introduction to Computer Technology and Applications (3 CR.)
  • CGS 2100: Computer Fundamentals for Business (3 CR.) !
  • CHM 1020C: Introduction to Chemistry and Lab (4 CR.) 
  • CHM 1046C: General Chemistry II and Lab (4 CR.) *!
  • CLP 2140: Abnormal Psychology (3 CR.) *!
  • DEP 2004: Human Growth and Development (3 CR.)
  • ECO 2013: Macroeconomics (3 CR.)
  • ECO 2023: Microeconomics (3 CR.) !
  • EME 2040: Introduction to Technology for Educators (3 CR.) !
  • ENC 1101: English Composition I (3 CR.)
  • ENC 1102: English Composition II (3 CR.) *
  • ENT 1000: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3 CR.) !
  • EUH 1001: Modern European History (3 CR.) !
  • EVR 1001: Environmental Science (3 CR.) !
  • GEB 1011: Introduction to Business (3 CR.)
  • GEB 2430: Business Ethics (3 CR.) ! 
  • HUM 1020: Introduction to Humanities (3 CR.)
  • LIT 2000: Introduction to Literature (3 CR.) *!
  • MAC 1105: College Algebra (3 CR.)
  • MAC 1140: Precalculus Algebra (3 CR.) *
  • MAC 2311: Calculus I (4 CR.)
  • MAR 2011: Principles of Marketing (3 CR.) !
  • MGF 1107: Mathematics for Liberal Arts II (3 CR.) *!
  • MMC 1000: Introduction to Mass Communications (3 CR.) !
  • MUL 2380: Jazz & Popular Music (3 CR.)
  • PHI 2600: Ethics (3 CR.) !
  • PSY 2012: Introduction to Psychology (3 CR.)
  • SLS 1101: College Success (3 CR.)
  • STA 2023: Statistics (3 CR.)
  • SYG 1000: Introduction to Sociology (3 CR.)

Courses marked with an * require one or more prerequisites. 

Courses marked with an ! are offered in Spring term ONLY

Please see the course catalog or contact us at Studentaffairs@doral.edu with any questions!

AP COURSEFOR A SCORE OF 3FOR A SCORE OF 4FOR A SCORE OF 5
AP Art HistoryARH XXXXARH 2050 and ARH 2051ARH 2050 and ARH 2051
AP Music Theory COMPOSITE 3MUL 1010MUL 1010MUL 1010
AP Music Theory (if both aural and non aural subscores are 3+)MUT 1111 & MUT 1112MUT 1111 & MUT 1112MUT 1111 & MUT 1112
AP Studio Art 2-D DesignART 1201ART 1201ART 1201
AP Studio Art 3-D DesignART 1202ART 1202ART 1202
AP Studio Art DrawingART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXXART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXXART 1201; IF CREDIT EARNED, ART XXXX
AP Capstone ResearchIDS XXXXIDS XXXXIDS XXXX
AP Capstone SeminarIDS XXXXIDS XXXXIDS XXXX
AP English Language & CompENC 1101ENC 1101 & ENC 1102ENC 1101 & ENC 1102
AP English Literature & CompENC 1101 OR LIT XXXX
ENC 1101 & either ENC 1102 or LIT XXXX (6 CREDITS)ENC 1101 & either ENC 1102 or LIT XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP Comparative Govt & PoliticsPOS XXXXPOS XXXXPOS XXXX
AP European HistoryEUH 1000EUH 1000 & EUH 1001EUH 1000 & EUH 1001
AP Human GeographyGEO 1400GEO 1400GEO 1400
AP MacroeconomicsECO 2013ECO 2013ECO 2013
AP MicroeconomicsECO 2023ECO 2023ECO 2023
AP PsychologyPSY 2012PSY 2012PSY 2012
AP US Govt & PoliticsPOS 1041POS 1041POS 1041
AP United States HistoryAMH 2010AMH 2010 &2020AMH 2010 &2020
AP World HistoryWOH 1022WOH 1022WOH 1022
AP Calculus ABMAC 2311MAC 2311MAC 2311
AP Calculus BC (subscore is evaluated
based upon Calculus AB exam)
MAC 2311MAC 2311 & MAC 2312 (9 CREDITS)MAC 2311 & MAC 2312 (9 CREDITS)
AP Computer Science ACGS X076 (3 CREDITS)CGS X076 (3 CREDITS)CGS X076 (3 CREDITS)
AP Computer Science PrinciplesCOP X000 (3 CREDITS)COP X000 (3 CREDITS)COP X000 (3 CREDITS)
AP StatisticsSTA 2023STA 2023STA 2023
AP BiologyBSC 1005CBSC 2010CBSC 2010C AND BSC 2011C
AP ChemistryCHM 1020CCHM 1045CCHM 1045C and CHM 1046C
AP Environmental ScienceEVR 1001EVR 1001EVR 1001
AP Physics 1PHY 2053CPHY 2053CPHY 2053C
AP Physics 2PHY 2054CPHY 2054CPHY 2054C
AP Physics C: Electricity & MagnetismPHY 2054CPHY X049C (4 CREDITS)PHY X049C (4 CREDITS)
AP Physics C: MechanicsPHY 2053CPHY X048C (4 CREDITS)PHY X048C (4 CREDITS)
AP Chinese Language & CultureCHI XXXXCHI XXXX (6 CREDITS)CHI XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP French Language & CultureFRE XXXXFRE XXXX (6 CREDITS)FRE XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP German Language & CultureGER XXXXGER XXXX (6 CREDITS)GER XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP Italian Language & CultureITA XXXXITA XXXX (6 CREDITS)ITA XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP Japanese Language & CultureJPN XXXXJPN XXXX (6 CREDITS)JPN XXXX (6 CREDITS)
AP LatinLNW XXXXLNW XXXXLNW XXXX
AP Spanish Language & CultureSPN 2220SPN 2220 & SPN 2221SPN 2200 & SPN 2221
AP Spanish Literature & CultureSPW XXXXSPW XXXX (6 CREDITS)SPW XXXX (6 CREDITS)