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Save Time and Money with College Courses from Sophia

Take courses that transfer to Post University Public Service/Education for just $99/month

Post University Public Service/Education has teamed up with Sophia to help you complete your degree more quickly and affordably. Available anytime, anywhere, and accessible by most any device, Sophia's self-paced courses let you earn general education credits on your schedule. View the course chart below to find the right courses that will help you complete your degree.

Current Post University students: Before you take any courses, you are required to fill out the Request to take a course at another institution form and send it to your advisor to confirm the courses are eligible to transfer into your program of study. We cannot guarantee course credits will be awarded if the above form is not completed and signed by all parties.

Please note: Post University requires a 73% to accept a Sophia course for undergraduate transfer credit.

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Post University Public Service/Education

Save Time and Money with College Courses from Sophia

Post University Public Service/Education has teamed up with Sophia to help you complete your degree more quickly and affordably. Available anytime, anywhere, and accessible by most any device, Sophia's self-paced courses let you earn general education credits on your schedule. View the course chart below to find the right courses that will help you complete your degree.

Current Post University students: Before you take any courses, you are required to fill out the Request to take a course at another institution form and send it to your advisor to confirm the courses are eligible to transfer into your program of study. We cannot guarantee course credits will be awarded if the above form is not completed and signed by all parties.

Please note: Post University requires a 73% to accept a Sophia course for undergraduate transfer credit.

or
No credit card required
Free trial never expires

How It Works

Here's how Sophia works with your degree at Post University Public Service/Education.

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Try Sophia for Free

Get started with a free trial and experience Sophia's smart, user-friendly courseroom. Sample as many of our college-level online courses as you'd like, get to know the instructors, and see if Sophia is right for you.

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Become a Member

Save time and money earning your degree when you become a Sophia member. Our online and on-demand courses help you knock out your general education requirements fast and on your terms.

  • Gain unlimited access
  • 60+ on-demand courses
  • Only $99 a month

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Take Courses

Take one or many of our highly-rated courses. Complete all the required assessments with an overall score of 70% or above and go onto the next one.

  • Take as many (or as few) as you want
  • Go at your own pace
  • Courses are pass-fail

04

Transfer Credit

When you complete a course, Sophia will send you a congratulatory email letting you know we automatically sent your transcript to Post University Public Service/Education.

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Membership Plans & Pricing

Try any course for free and when you're ready, choose a membership plan to get unlimited access to 30+ courses.

1 Month

You want to work quickly through one or two courses.

$99

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You want to knock out several gen eds over a few months.

25% savings
$299

For four months. Auto-renews.

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12 Months

You prefer to work through courses at a slower pace.

50% savings
$599

Per year. Auto-renews.

Courses

Select from Sophia courses that fit your degree program at Post University Public Service/Education.

If you're unsure which courses are applicable toward your program, we recommend reviewing our course list with an advisor from your school to find the best options.

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Post University Public Service/Education's Degree Programs
Sophia Courses Post University Public Service/Education Courses Sem Credits Rating
Business
Business Communication Business Communication COM1XX Communication Elective 3
3381
Business Ethics Business Ethics Open Elective 3
2156
Business Law Business Law LAW204 Business Law I 3
11816
Career Readiness Career Readiness Open Elective 3
1885
College Readiness College Readiness Open Elective 3
18630
Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution Open Elective 3
28990
Developing Effective Teams Developing Effective Teams Open Elective (1 Credit) 1
45451
Financial Accounting Financial Accounting ACC111 Financial Accounting 3
26903
Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Elective 3
35453
Principles of Finance Principles of Finance FIN201 Principles of Finance 3
22069
Principles of Management Principles of Management MGT105 Principles of Management 3
9792
Project Management Project Management PMG300 Project Management 3
35763
Computer Science and IT
Introduction to Information Technology Introduction to Information Technology CIS120 Introduction to Information Technology 3
36007
Introduction to Java Programming Introduction to Java Programming Open Elective 3
2835
Introduction to Networking Introduction to Networking Open Elective 3
1946
Introduction to Python Programming Introduction to Python Programming CIS241 Python Programming 3
3167
Introduction to Relational Databases Introduction to Relational Databases CIS 400 Elective 3
5452
Introduction to Web Development Introduction to Web Development CIS350 Advanced Multimedia Web Design and Development 3
18877
English and Communication
English Composition I English Composition I ENG110 College Writing 3
15253
English Composition II English Composition II ENG 200 Elective or HUM 100 Elective 3
8069
Public Speaking Public Speaking COM107 Intro to Communications 3
6415
Visual Communications Visual Communications Communications Elective 3
37922
Workplace Communication Workplace Communication COM107 Intro to Communications 3
15248
Workplace Writing I Workplace Writing I ENG 200 Elective or HUM 100 Elective 3
809
Workplace Writing II Workplace Writing II COM324 Persuasion 3
1071
Humanities
Ancient Greek Philosophers Ancient Greek Philosophers PHL101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
6856
Approaches to Studying Religions Approaches to Studying Religions Philosophy Elective 3
3793
Art History I Art History I ART101 Art History I 3
37059
Art History II Art History II ART102 Art History II 3
15608
Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Humanities/Open Elective 3
6615
Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics PHL203 Ethics 3
34011
Language
French I French I Liberal Arts/Open Elective 3
153
Spanish I Spanish I Liberal Arts/Humanities/Open Elective 3
3205
Spanish II Spanish II Liberal Arts/Humanities/Open Elective 3
708
Math
Calculus I Calculus I MAT171 Calculus I (3 credits) 4
4318
College Algebra College Algebra MAT102 Introductory Algebra 3
39067
Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics MAT220 Statistics I 3
44895
Precalculus Precalculus MAT130 Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry 3
1411
Science
Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology I Science Elective 3
3622
Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Science Elective if taken with Sophia SCIE 1050 Anatomy and Physiology 1
1050
Environmental Science Environmental Science ENV110/ENV121 3
29821
Human Biology Human Biology BIO121 Human Biology- Health and Disease 3
39443
Introduction to Chemistry Introduction to Chemistry Science/Liberal Arts/Open Elective 3
5488
Introduction to Chemistry Lab Introduction to Chemistry Lab Chemistry Elective if taken with CHEM1001 Introduction to Chemistry 1
843
Introduction to Nutrition Introduction to Nutrition BIO150 Nutrition 3
20681
Microbiology Microbiology Science Elective 3
2177
Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Science Elective 1
628
Social Science
Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology PSY101 Fundamentals of Psychology I 3
16144
Introduction to Sociology: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration Introduction to Sociology SOC101 Principles of Sociology/Social Science/Open Elective 3
7589
Macroeconomics Macroeconomics ECO201 Macroeconomics 3
13873
Microeconomics Microeconomics ECO202 Microeconomics 3
9544
Personal Finance Personal Finance FIN306 Personal Financial Planning 3
7816
Topics in U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future Topics in U.S. History HIS200 Elective 3
1708
U.S. Government U.S. Government PSC101 American National Government 3
3503
U.S. History I U.S. History I HIS201 United States History I 3
6777
U.S. History II U.S. History II HIS202 United States History II 3
2201
Success Preparation: Not Credit-Bearing
Foundations of English Composition Foundations of English Composition --DOES NOT TRANSFER-- 3
4672

Other Sophia Courses

Post University Public Service/Education has not formally confirmed credit transfer for these courses. Please contact the school for approval.

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

by Sherrissa W. on May 27, 2024
Truly enjoyable and thought provoking class. The way the required reading was given in chunks was truly helpful in retaining information.
by Joshua S. on May 27, 2024
Good course
by April D. on May 27, 2024
This course was very tedious!!
by Sean C. on May 27, 2024
The course material was little to no help and the explanations were even worse I ended up having to use two other classes outside of this one just to struggle through it about halfway through I wanted to drop but got through it with shear stubbornness
by Nicholas L. on May 27, 2024
Loved the Class. The Learning coach gave great feedback on the Touchstones!
by Brittney E. on May 26, 2024
This class was very helpful and there were many different options to learn the material.
by Keandre M. on May 26, 2024
course was great
by Ashley B. on May 26, 2024
There are a few typos included in this lesson. Many times where the word "If" should be only the letter "f" appeared. Naturally you can infer what the word should be, but for accuracy's sake you might want to consider reviewing the material.