* Principles of U. S. government

* The democratic ideal

* Basic documents of the U. S.

* Agriculture in the U. S.

* Urbanization

* Conservation

* Business and industry in the U. S.

* American party system

* Propaganda and public opinion

* Comparative governments

* Comparative economic systems

* Consumer education

* Crime and delinquency

* Psychology

* Labor-management relations

* Economic concepts and theories

* Taxation and finance

* Distribution and exchange of goods and services

* International relations

* American foreign policy

* International organizations

* Public education

* Women's role in today's society

* Family economics and management

* Physics

* Electricity and magnetism

* Photoelectric effect

* Heat

* Light and optics

* Sound and acoustics

* Wave motion

* Quantum theory

* Relativity

* Force

* Mechanics

* Space, time, and motion

* Work, energy, and power

* Electronics

* Nuclear energy

* Nuclear physics

* Solid-state physics

* English literature

* Shakespeare

* Literary, social, and political heritage of England

* Literature of the 1900's

* World literature

* Cross-cultural literature

* The theater

* Nature of tragedy and comedy

* Techniques of acting

* Film as an art form

* Critical and evaluative reading

* Current periodical literature

* Mass communication

* Comparative study of mass media

* Radio and television

* Listening skills

* Parliamentary procedures

* Identifying verbals

* Report writing

* Writing social and business letters

* Writing book reviews, précis, essays

* Writing term papers

* Bibliography development

**Calculus **

* Derivative of a function

* Logarithmic and trigonometric functions

* Indeterminate terms

* Computation of derivatives

* Rate of a change of quantity

* Maxima and minima

* Integrals

* Length of curves

* Volume and surface areas

* Computer analysis of graphs

**Advanced Algebra**

* Sets of numbers

* Binomial theorem

* Progressions

* Complex numbers

* Theory of equations

* Permutations

* Functions and their graphs

* Combinations

* Probability

* Determinants

* Inequalities

* Matrix algebra

* Mathematical inductions

* The derivative

**Probability and Statistics**

* Tabular data

* Graphs

* Measures of central tendency

* Quartiles and percentiles

* Measures of dispersion

* Simple correlation

* Statistical inference

* Permutations

* Combinations

* Binomial theorem