What are some subjects that are covered by McGraw Hill textbooks?


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McGraw-Hill prints textbooks for grade school, high school, higher education and in the professional scope with subjects that include mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, art and music, health and fitness and advanced placement. Subjects also covered are business, economics, computer technology, health professions, vocational and career preparation, education, engineering, computer science, English as a second language, humanities, social science and statistics, according to McGraw-Hill.

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Some business subjects covered by McGraw-Hill textbooks are accounting, business communication, business law, finance, general business, insurance, management, marketing, operations and real estate. McGraw-Hill textbooks on engineering cover aerospace engineering, software, architecture and urban, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, engineering graphics and mechanics, general engineering, industrial engineering, materials engineering and mechanical engineering.

Some humanities subjects covered in McGraw-Hill textbooks are art, communication, criminal justice, dance, English, film, history, journalism, music, philosophy, religion, student success and theater. Social science textbooks cover subjects like anthropology, biology, criminal justice, earth and environmental, economics, exercise science, family studies, health, political science, psychology, sociology and women's studies.

McGraw-Hill textbooks for science cover agriculture, allied health, anatomy, physiology, astronomy, chemistry, forestry and physics, while economics textbooks cover subjects like microeconomics, macroeconomics, managerial economics, money and banking and the principles of economics, according to McGraw-Hill.

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