First, Please Choose a Course.

Select one that fits your desired degree program at Strayer University.

Strayer University Course Credits Sophia Course Rating
Achievement Elective
Foundations of Success (FOS 100)   4.5
6693
General Elective (ELC 000)   4.5
12607
General Elective (ELC 000)   4.5
11389
Business
Accounting I (ACC 100)   4.5
8107
Business Law I (LEG 100)   4.5
1131
Introduction to Business (BUS 100)   4.5
10872
Principles of Finance (FIN100)   4.5
2408
Project Management (BUS 375)   4.5
7825
Communications
Communication at Work (COM 100) or Effective Communication Skills (COM 101)   4.5
1297
English Composition (ENG 115) or Discovering the Writer in You (ENG 116)   4.5
4200
Research and Writing (ENG 215) or The Power of Persuasion (ENG 201)   4.5
1810
Communication (COM 200) or Power of Effective Speaking (COM 201) *Don't take if you've taken ENG221   4.5
1117
Departmental Elective
Philosophy Elective (PHI 001)   4.5
10194
English Elective (ENG 000)   4.5
2757
Partial Math Elective (MAT 000)   3
2567
Humanities
World Religions (REL 212)   4.5
10130
World Cultures I (HUM 111) or Exploring Cultures: Adapting in a Global World (HUM 201)   4.5
8910
World Cultures II (HUM 112)   4.5
3042
Ethics (PHI 220)   4.5
7332
Information Technology
Intro to Mgmt Information Systems CIS109 (*this course does NOT match Strayer’s Intro to IT (CIS106)   4.5
7331
Math/Natural Science
Algebra with Applications (MAT 104) or Using Math in the Real World (MAT 110)   4.5
13423
Environmental Science (SCI 200)   4.5
6020
Introduction to Biology (SCI 115) or Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation (SCI 201)   4.5
14228
Statistics (MAT 300) or Data Driven Decisions (MAT 210)   4.5
11950
Partial Elective
Partial Elective   1.5
31028
Partial Elective   1.5
4906
Social Science
Introduction to Psychology (PSY 105) or Smarter Decisions Through Psychology (PSY 101)   4.5
17259
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 100) or Story of Us: Embracing Diversity & Collaboration (SOC 101)   4.5
8423
Macroeconomics (General Elective OR Complete both Macro and Micro for ECO100 and 1 elective.)   4.5
4382
Microeconomics (General Elective OR Complete both Macro and Micro for ECO100 and 1 elective.)   4.5
5201
Taking Charge of Your Economic Future (ECO 110)   4.5
20
American History to 1865 (HIS 104) or Learning from the Past, Preparing for the Future (HIS 110)   4.5
6155
American History after 1865 (HIS 105)   4.5
2267
Success Preparation: Not Credit-Bearing
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917
Writing Fundamentals (ENG 090)  
72
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Membership in Sophia Learning is available as soon as you’re enrolled in a Strayer University undergraduate degree program, and as long as you are an active student, to help you complete your degree quickly and affordably.

  • Work on your gen eds — Sophia's self-paced online courses let you complete general education courses on your schedule, then apply them toward your undergraduate degree program.
  • Transfer your credits to Strayer University — Once you complete a course, your transcript will be automatically sent to Strayer University on your behalf. (A $100 fee per course will be charged to release information to other institutions)

Please speak with your Student Services Coach to identify which Sophia courses are applicable to your degree program.

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Sophia courses are available anytime, anywhere, from your laptop, tablet or phone.

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Need help finding the right options? Contact a Sophia Learning Coach.

Have questions about your degree program? Contact Strayer University.

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Strayer University's Degree Programs

Strayer University Course Credits Sophia Course Rating
Achievement Elective
Foundations of Success (FOS 100)   4.5
6693
General Elective (ELC 000)   4.5
12607
General Elective (ELC 000)   4.5
11389
Business
Accounting I (ACC 100)   4.5
8107
Business Law I (LEG 100)   4.5
1131
Introduction to Business (BUS 100)   4.5
10872
Principles of Finance (FIN100)   4.5
2408
Project Management (BUS 375)   4.5
7825
Communications
Communication at Work (COM 100) or Effective Communication Skills (COM 101)   4.5
1297
English Composition (ENG 115) or Discovering the Writer in You (ENG 116)   4.5
4200
Research and Writing (ENG 215) or The Power of Persuasion (ENG 201)   4.5
1810
Communication (COM 200) or Power of Effective Speaking (COM 201) *Don't take if you've taken ENG221   4.5
1117
Departmental Elective
Philosophy Elective (PHI 001)   4.5
10194
English Elective (ENG 000)   4.5
2757
Partial Math Elective (MAT 000)   3
2567
Humanities
World Religions (REL 212)   4.5
10130
World Cultures I (HUM 111) or Exploring Cultures: Adapting in a Global World (HUM 201)   4.5
8910
World Cultures II (HUM 112)   4.5
3042
Ethics (PHI 220)   4.5
7332
Information Technology
Intro to Mgmt Information Systems CIS109 (*this course does NOT match Strayer’s Intro to IT (CIS106)   4.5
7331
Math/Natural Science
Algebra with Applications (MAT 104) or Using Math in the Real World (MAT 110)   4.5
13423
Environmental Science (SCI 200)   4.5
6020
Introduction to Biology (SCI 115) or Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation (SCI 201)   4.5
14228
Statistics (MAT 300) or Data Driven Decisions (MAT 210)   4.5
11950
Partial Elective
Partial Elective   1.5
31028
Partial Elective   1.5
4906
Social Science
Introduction to Psychology (PSY 105) or Smarter Decisions Through Psychology (PSY 101)   4.5
17259
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 100) or Story of Us: Embracing Diversity & Collaboration (SOC 101)   4.5
8423
Macroeconomics (General Elective OR Complete both Macro and Micro for ECO100 and 1 elective.)   4.5
4382
Microeconomics (General Elective OR Complete both Macro and Micro for ECO100 and 1 elective.)   4.5
5201
Taking Charge of Your Economic Future (ECO 110)   4.5
20
American History to 1865 (HIS 104) or Learning from the Past, Preparing for the Future (HIS 110)   4.5
6155
American History after 1865 (HIS 105)   4.5
2267
Success Preparation: Not Credit-Bearing
---- DOES NOT TRANSFER ---  
917
Writing Fundamentals (ENG 090)  
72

The Sophia Experience

A different way to learn. A smarter path to success.

Knock out your general education requirements on your terms. Go at your own pace, whether from your laptop, tablet or phone.
Complimentary Learning Coach support is here for you by phone, email, or chat.
When you complete a course the credits transfer directly to Strayer University.

Reviews

Our students love the freedom, flexibility and support we offer. See what they're saying about Sophia's courses.

by Mercedes C. on May 7, 2021
Very quick class (took 3 days, total of 6-8 hrs) and I would say quite easy but some of the questions may be tricky. Good luck!
by Robin A. on May 7, 2021
Lots of reading but informative and easy.
by Katia P. on May 7, 2021
Great class!!!
by Andrea K. on May 7, 2021
This class was very difficult. It held a ton of information and it seemed the questions did not line up with the information given.
by Kierra T. on May 7, 2021
Was a great learning experience. Some was harder than others and some was easier than others. Would recommend this course!
by hashtag u. on May 7, 2021
Your depiction of atheist(s) is inaccurate. I understand that this is not an in-depth study of atheism, but teaching things that are just false is not advisable. Specifically, Unit (2), challenge (3), you all teach that it’s “false” that the following statement is true of atheism “Atheism holds that the existence of God is possible, but unlikely” This is probably the belief of the majority of atheists. Most atheists tend to be agnostic-atheists. The most facile and strawman representation of atheism would be to say that “because one cannot perceive god via the senses, it’s a good reason for one to adopt atheism.” That’s inaccurate, and you won’t find a modern atheistic philosopher who agrees with that. Yet that’s what the class calls the “correct” answer. F. This class gets one star for that.
by Ashlin S. on May 7, 2021
This class was such a breeze! I loved it!
by Candice B. on May 7, 2021
very informative this is not by far an easy class so please be prepared to read and study.