Ferrum Online2020-09-14T18:05:42+00:00

Ferrum Online

Need to get ahead in your coursework or improve your grade point average? A course completed through Acadeum will impact your grade, just like a Ferrum College course!

Learn more about your online options, click below.

The course equivalencies indicate approved online Acadeum courses and the Ferrum College equivalent. Click here for more information. 

The Online Winter Term runs from December 18 – January 8. Click here for more information. 

Summer Term is a great way to get ahead in your classes or meet your graduation goals! Click here for course information. 

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Academic Accommodations

If you believe you may need academic accommodations during any Acadeum term, as related to a disability and your course, please notify Professor Nancy Beach, OAA Director.  When possible, notifying OAA before the start date will help with the timeliness of granting the accommodations for your request. Learn more about Academic Accessibility Services.

Students enrolled in a Ferrum College Acadeum class may be eligible for academic accommodations that align with their disability documentation.  If you would like information about academic accommodations, you may contact Nancy Beach nbeach@ferrum.edu for assistance or to discuss the process.

Requests for accommodations must be made promptly, and are not retroactive in most cases.

Academic Support

If you have questions or concerns regarding accommodations or need academic support please click here and a representative will respond to you within 48 hours.

FAQ

How do Ferrum Students Register for an Online Course?

Current Ferrum students can register for courses that our own faculty are offering by simply logging into their course planning tool on portal. The courses being offered in the upcoming term are below.  Get advisor approval and register.

How do I register for a course being offered by an Acadeum school?

If you would like to take an online course listed above, ACADEUM with your student email address and use the magnifying glass icon to find the course.  Select the term that the suits your needs and click the blue register now button.

Academic Accommodations

If you believe you may need academic accommodations during any Acadeum term, as related to a disability and your course, please notify Professor Nancy Beach, OAA Director.  When possible, notifying OAA before the start date will help with the timeliness of granting the accommodations for your request. Learn more about Academic Accessibility Services.

Students enrolled in an Acadeum class may be eligible for academic accommodations that align with their disability documentation.  If you would like information about academic accommodations, you may contact Nancy Beach nbeach@ferrum.edu for assistance or to discuss the process.

Requests for accommodations must be made promptly, and are not retroactive in most cases.

Academic Support

If you have questions or concerns regarding accommodations or need academic support please click here and a representative will respond to you within 48 hours.

Contact School of Graduate and Online Education Studies

Sandra Via
Sandra Via
Dean of the School of Graduate and Online Education Studies
Associate Professor of Political Science
May Term—May 11-June 5, 2020 
CourseInstructor
BIO 111-FO1 Introductory Biology IIClay Britton
BIO 255-FO1 Human Anatomy and Physiology IIKatie Goff
ENG 101-FO1 Composition and RhetoricAllison Harl
ENG 101-FO2 Composition and RhetoricJohn Carey
ENG 102-FO1 Composition and ResearchBeth Dantonio
ENG 206-FO1 American Literature IIKatherine Grimes
MTH 105-FO1 Fundamentals of MathematicsJustin Allen
MTH 107-FO1Introduction to Finite MathematicsJanet Betterton
MTH 111-FO1Pre-Calculus IBryan Faulkner
Summer I Courses--June 1-28, 2020 
CourseInstructor
PSC 101-FO1 American GovernmentEd Hally
PSY 201-FO1 General PsychologyMegan St. Peters
HIS 111-FO1 World History before 1500Michael Hancock-Parmer
PSY 211-FO1 Developmental Psychology--Child & AdolescenceSharon Stein
HHP 200-FO1 Health and Wellness ConceptsKaren Carpenter
BUS 311-FO1 MarketingJason Matyus
CHM 103-FO1 General Chemistry IStan Jones
HIS 201-FO1 American History IBrian Suttell
BUS 313-FO1 Business FinanceRoman Bohdan
REL 111-FO1 Literature of the BibleEric Vanden Eykel
ACC 407-FO1 International AccountingSadie Wallace
ENG 102-FO1 Composition and ResearchAllison Harl
    Summer II Courses--June 29-July 27, 2020 
Courses Instructor
SSC 251-FO1 Social Science ResearchEd Hally
PSY 201-FO2 General PsychologyMegan St. Peters
ENG 201-FO1 World Literature IAllison Harl
HIS 112-FO1 World History after 1500Michael Hancock-Parmer
PSY 210-FO1 Developmental Psychology-LifespanSharon Stein
HHP 200-FO2 Health and Wellness ConceptsKaren Carpenter
MTH 208-FO1 Introduction to StatisticsBryan Faulkner
CHM 104-FO1 General Chemistry IIStan Jones
MUS 100-FO1 Music AppreciationJennifer Ayers-Barnard
ENG 102-FO2 Composition and ResearchKatherine Grimes

The Online Winter Term runs from December 1, 2020 – January 16, 2021. 

Students can register for these courses through Portal during registration week.

Course SectionCourse TitleInstructor
BIO-110-101OIntroductory Biology IT. Fredericksen
BIO-111-101OIntroductory Biology IIC. Britton
BUS-303-101OPrinciples of ManagementJ. Matyus
BUS-331-101OProduction/Operations MgmtJ. Potter
CHM-103-101OGeneral Chemistry IS. Jones
CHM-105-101OIntro Organic & BiochemistryJ. Powell
CSC-125-101OConcepts in Computer Info SysT. Ajani
ENG-101-101OComposition and RhetoricA. Harl
ENG-101-102OComposition and RhetoricM. Grimes
ENG-214-101OHarry Potter & the Hero MythL. Whited
HIS-111-101OWorld History IT. Daniels
HIS-112-101OWorld History IIM. Hancock-Parmer
HIS-201-101OAmerican History IN. Greer Golda
HIS-202-101OAmerican History IIB. Suttell
MTH-107-101OIntrod to Finite MathematicsJ. Allen
MTH-208-101OIntroductory StatisticsB. Faulkner
MUS-100-101OMusic AppreciationJ. Ayers-Barnard
PSC-202-101OState & Local GovernmentE. Hally
PSC-440-101OInternationl Law&OrganizationS. Via
PSY-201-101OGeneral PsychologyM. St. Peters
PSY-211-101OHum Growth Developmt-ChildhoodS. Stein
REL-111-101OLiterature of the BibleE. Vanden Eykel
REL-151-101OWorld ReligionsM. Tarleton
THA-222-101OVoice and DictionA. McAllister

Course Equivalencies

The course equivalencies indicate approved online Acadeum courses and the Ferrum College equivalent.

AcadeumFerrum College
ACC 4313ACC 306, Governmental & Non Profit Accounting
BIOL 1401BIO 105, Concepts in Biology
BIO 1407BIO 110, Introduction to Biology I
BIO 1406BIO 111, Introduction to Biology II
BSC2085CBIO 254, Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BSC 2025BIO 320, Nutrition
BS-CP 235BUS 230, Computer Applications
MKT 230BUS311, Marketing
MGT 330BUS313, Business Finance
CRIJ 1301CJU 201, Criminal Justice
CRIJ 1310CJU 220, Criminal Law
COMP 1301CSC 100, Computer Literacy
CTS3107CCSC 102, Concepts in Computer Information Systems
CTS 3135CSC 102, Hardware Maintenance and Troubleshooting
COMP 101CSC 125, Concepts in Computer Information Systems
CS101CSC 125, Concepts in Computer Information Systems
CSC101CSC 125, Concepts in Computer Information Systems
CIS 201CSC 229, Programming Concepts and Algorithm Design
CS 310CSC 235, Programming for Portable Devices
ISM 4113CSC 455, Systems Analysis and Design
ECO 1023ECO 202, Microeconomics
ENGL 1303ENG 100, Fundamentals or Writing
EN101ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENC 1101ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENG114ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENG141ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL 111ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL 1301ENG 101, Composition and Rhetoric
ENC 2102ENG 102, Composition and Research
ENGL 1302ENG 102, Composition and Research
EN102ENG 102, Composition and Research
ENG 112ENG 102, Composition and Research (Palm Beach Atlantic)
ENG 112ENG 102, Composition and Research (McKendree University)
ENG124ENG 102, Composition and Research
ENG134ENG 200, Intro to Literary Studies
ENGL 112ENG 200, Intro to Literary Studies (Jacksonville College)
ENGL 1302ENG 200, Intro to Literary Studies
ENG 2327ENG 202, World Literature II
ENGL 2162ENG 202, World Literature II
ENGL 230ENG 206, American Literature II
ENG 161ENG 218, Intro to Creative Writing
ENGL 3361ENG 218, Intro to Creative Writing
ENG 4337ENG 319, Advanced Prose Writing
ENG 4345ENG 365, Shakespeare
ENC3213ENG 461, Professional Writing
ENG 314ENG 461, Professional Writing
HIST 1301HIS 201, American History I
HIST 1302HIS 202, American History II
MEA 2244HSC 290, Topics in Health Sciences
*MAT 104
Offered by the American Women's College of Bay Path University 
MTH 100, Intermediate Algebra
MAT 1033MTH 100, Intermediate Algebra
MATH 1301MTH 105, Fundamentals of Mathematics
MAT-202 Finite MathematicsMTH-107 Introduction to Finite Mathematics
MATH 1314MTH 111, Pre-Calculus I
MATH 1342MTH 208, Introductory Statistics
STA 2023MTH 208, Introductory Statistics
POLS 2301PSC 101, American National Government
GOVT 2306PSC 202, State and Local Government
SS-PY 110PSY 201, General Psychology
SS-PY 320PSY 230, Social Psychology
SS-PY 330PSY 320, Abnormal Psychology
BIB 1003REL 111, Literature of the Bible
MT-BI 100REL 111, Literature of the Bible
BBL 1013REL 112, Literature of the Old Testament
BIB 112REL 112, Literature of the Old Testament
RELI 1301REL 112, Literature of the Old Testament
BIB 113REL 113, Literature of the New Testament
MT-BI 102REL 113, Literature of the New Testament
REL 124REL 113, Literature of the New Testament
RELI 1302REL 113, Literature of the New Testament
PH123REL 151, World Religions
REL 1321REL 151, World Religions
REL 225REL 151, World Religions
THEO 290REL 151, World Religions
REL 215REL 210, American Gods
REL 315REL 210, American Gods
REL 3363REL 210, American Gods
RELI 2302REL 316, Life and Letters of Paul
BIOL 2404SCI 128, The Healthy Human Body (2) &
SCI 129, The Diseased Human Body (2)
MEA 2235SCI 128, The Healthy Human Body (2) &
SCI 129, The Diseased Human Body (2)
SOC 150SOC 101, General Sociology
SOC 2301SOC 101, General Sociology
SOC101SOC 101, General Sociology
SOCI 1306SOC 202, Social Problems
SS-PO 112SOC 202, Social Problems
INP 3224SOC 203, Cultural Diversity
SOC 2390SOC 203, Sociology of U.S. Cultural Diversity
SOC 360SOC 203, Sociology of U.S. Cultural Diversity
SO103SOC 205, Marriage and the Family
SOC 3325SOC 320, Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 1301SOC 330, Organizations and Behavior