What Winston Churchill Said

He was the commencement speaker at a graduation ceremony and when his time to speak arrived. . . .he stood up . . .went to the podium and said. . . .


. . . .then he sat down. . .what better advice to give to graduates about to face the rest of their lives.

Perhaps you began college . . .or wanted to begin and for whatever reason you had to set aside that goal. . . .I say heed the advice of one of the greatest men in history. . .and here’s a way to do it. . .

Browse the following subjects choosing a course with the numerical designation of 101. If, because of prior study and or experience you have mastered a 101 level course you may then select a 102,103 or 104 course as appropriate.


Business 101: Principles of Management (3 credits)
Business 102: Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
Business 103: Introductory Business Law (3 credits)
Business 104: Information Systems and Computer Applications (3 credits)
Economics 102: Macroeconomics (3 credits)


English 101: English Literature (6 credits)
English 102: American Literature (6 credits)
English 103: Analyzing and Interpreting Lit. (6 credits)
English 104: College Composition (6 credits)


History 101: Western Civilization I (3 credits)
History 103: US History I (3 credits)
History 104: US History II (3 credits)


Math 101: College Algebra (3 credits)
Math 102: College Mathematics (6 credits)
Math 103: Precalculus (3 credits)
Math 104: Calculus (3 credits)


Biology 101: Intro to Biology (6 credits)
Chemistry 101: General Chemistry (6 credits)
Science 101: Intro to Natural Sciences (6 credits)


Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology (3 credits)
Psychology 102: Educational Psychology (3 credits)
Psychology 103: Human Growth and Development (3 credits
Sociology 101: Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
Humanities 101: Intro to the Humanities (6 credits)
Spanish 101: Beginning Spanish (6 credits)

then go to www.startcollegetoday.com . . . click on “THE FOUR STEPS”

and in 15 minutes you will begin . . .no charge free . . .try it and see if you’re not delighted.


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