OENC: Targeted Courses

In the first two years of the Open Education North Carolina initiative, NC LIVE and its partners will assess and select open textbooks for 30 courses.

The first 22 courses that we have curated materials for are listed below. If you see a course you teach or you teach a course closely related to one below, browse our curated open textbooks in the Open Education North Carolina Collection.

CC COURSE ID

CC COURSE TITLE

UNC COURSE TITLE

ACC120 Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting
ART111 Art Appreciation Art Appreciation
BIO110 Principles of Biology Principles of Biology 1
BIO111 General Biology I Principles of Biology
BIO168 Anatomy and Physiology I Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
BIO169 Anatomy and Physiology II Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
BUS110 Introduction To Business Business Essentials
CHM151 General Chemistry I General Chemistry I
COM110 Introduction to Communication Introduction to Communications
COM231 Public Speaking Public Speaking
ECO251 Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics
ECO252 Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics
ENG111 Expository Writing College Writing 1
ENG112 Argument-Based Research College Writing 2
HIS111 World Civilizations I World History
HIS131 American History I American History
HIS132 American History II American History
MAT152 Statistical Methods I Introduction to Statistics
MAT171 Precalculus Algebra Precalculus
PHI240 Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics
PSY150 General Psychology Introduction to Psychology
SOC210 Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology

Note: We have included the standardized course IDs for the NC Community College System, but the course IDs and titles for the UNC System and NC Independent Colleges and Universities vary by institution and thus are not listed.

See our Awarded Grants page for a list of courses for which open educational resources have been successfully adopted, or are in the process of being adopted, by North Carolina faculty through the Open Education North Carolina grant program.