Human Resource Management
Training & development, performance appraisals, compensation issues, security issues, personnel legislation & regulation, labor relations and current issues.
Theory & practice of technical writing, purpose, content, organizational patterns of common types of technical documents, elements of various technical reports, technical editing.
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity
This examination includes content related to major topics in cybersecurity including application and systems security, implementing authentication and authorization technologies, compliance, security pertaining to networks and physical environments, and vulnerability management.
Ethics in Technology
Privacy and security in cyberspace, government surveillance, hacking and counter-hacking, information warfare, cyberterrorism, free speech issues, cybercrimes, autonomous vehicles, social justice issues and net neutrality.
The Civil War and Reconstruction
The Civil War from pre-secession (1861) through Reconstruction.
Substance Abuse (formerly Drug and Alcohol Abuse)
Formerly “Drug and Alcohol Abuse.” Substances such as anabolic steroids, over the counter medications, dependency/addiction, societal effects, screening, diagnosis and neurological factors.
Lifespan Developmental Psychology
Ethical issues, biological development, perception, learning & memory, cognition & language; social, emotional, and personality development, social behaviors, family life cycle, adjustment to life stresses, bereavement and loss.
Introduction to Law Enforcement
Overview of the U.S. criminal justice system, police systems in the U.S., police organization, management & issues; and U.S. law and precedents.
Introduction to Geography (formerly titled: Human/Cultural Geography)
Earth and basic facts (maps, physiography, atmosphere, soils and vegetation, water), culture and environment, settlement patterns, political geography and regional geography.
History of the Soviet Union (formerly The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union)
Russia under the old regime, the Revolutionary Period, New Economic Policy, Pre-war Stalinism, Second World War, Post-war Stalinism, Krushchev Years, Brezhnev Era, and reform and collapse.
Theoretical perspectives, physical anthropology, archaeology, social organization, economic organization, political organization, religion, and modernization & application of anthropology.
Fundamentals of Counseling
Historical development, counselor roles & functions, the counseling relationship and theoretical approaches to counseling.
Criminal behavior, police, the court system, sentencing issues, adult prison systems and juvenile correction alternatives.
Art of the Western World
Deals with the history of art during various periods, e.g. Renaissance, Baroque and Realism.
Introduction to Geology
Igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks, weathering, groundwater, glaciers, oceanic systems, deserts, winds, hydrologic cycle, internal Earth processes, mineral & energy resources, environmental geology.
Health & Human Development
Human development and relationships, fitness & nutrition, disease & prevention, consumer awareness, psychological disorders & addictive behaviors, intentional injuries & violence.
Ecological concepts (ecosystems, global ecology, food chains and webs), environmental impacts, environmental management & conservation, and political processes & the future.
Celestial mechanics, celestial systems, astronomical instruments, the solar system, nature & evolution, the galaxy, the universe, determining astronomical distances, and life in the universe.
Principles of Statistics
Principles and concepts underlying higher-order statistics, continuous & discrete distributions, use of predictive statistics using the linear model and confidence intervals.
Math for Liberal Arts
Real number systems, sets and logic, metric system, conversions and geometry, algebra, graphs and functions, linear systems and inequalities, exponents and logarithms. This exam was newly created January 2017 and includes content reviewed by the American Council on Education (ACE).
Principles of Public Speaking
Principles of Public Speaking, audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation. Record an impromptu persuasive speech that will be scored.
Principles of Advanced English Composition
Elements of effective writing, reading and writing arguments and using secondary sources.
Introduction to World Religions
Dimensions & approaches to religion, primal religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Shintoism, Hellenic & Roman Traditions, Scientology.
Ethics in America
Ethical traditions & analysis in various relationships, embryonic stem-cell research, euthanasia, affirmative action and capital punishment.
Principles of Finance
Financial statements & planning, time value of money, working capital management, valuation and characteristics, capital budgeting, cost of capital, risk and return.
Introduction to Business
Economic issues, international business, government & business, business ownership, small business, entrepreneurship, franchise, management process, HR management, production & operations, marketing management, financial management, risk management & insurance, management and information systems.
Computing and Information Technology
Hardware, software licensing & development tools, development life cycles, data management, connectivity, privacy concerns, intellectual property, telecommunications law, network etiquette, artificial intelligence and globalization.
Principles of Supervision
Management functions, planning, organization & staffing, directing at the supervisory level, legal issues, stress management, union environments, quality concerns
Credit & debt, major purchases, taxes, insurance, investments and others.
Integers, fractions, decimals, round numbers, ratios, averages, business graphs, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, net pay & deductions, discounts and markups, depreciation & net worth, corporate securities, distribution of ownership, stock and asset turnover.
Scientific approaches, research designs, data collection methods, individual processes & characteristics, interpersonal & group processes, organizational processes, change & development processes.
Money and Banking
Role & kinds of money, commercial banks & other financial intermediaries, central banking, Federal Reserve System, money & macroeconomics, U.S. monetary policy, the international monetary system.
Management Information Systems
Telecommunications, network security, systems analysis and design, business decision making, knowledge management, data warehousing and data mining.
Foundations of Education
Contemporary issues in education, past and current influences on education (philosophies, democratic ideals, social/economic influences), and the interrelationships between contemporary issues and influences.
Fundamentals of College Algebra
Solving quadratic inequalities, operations of functions, rational functions and exponential & logarithmic functions.
Business Ethics and Society
Moral philosophies and business ethics, social responsibilities of a business, regulation of business, employer-employee relations, ethics of information, ethics in international business, corporations and stakeholders, ecology and global business, business and government.