This section includes a list of the credit courses offered at the College. Not all courses are offered each term. Credit Course Schedules for the spring, summer and fall show which courses are offered during those terms. Three letters followed by three digits and two digits or letters label each course offered by the College. The three letters designate the discipline area of the course. For instance, EGL = English and MAT = mathematics. The three digits indicate the title of the course. The last two digits designate the section or delivery method of the course. Courses are listed according to subject area, which are listed alphabetically. Courses with numbers of 100 or less carry credits but may not be used to satisfy degree or certificate requirements. Their primary purpose is to prepare students for subsequent college level courses.
- Prerequisites are courses, certifications, assessment test scores, qualifications for enrollment in other courses, such as eligibility for EGL101, or other measurable activities which must be successfully completed prior to enrollment in the course. Prerequisites are courses which must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher prior to enrollment in the course.
- Corequisites are courses that must be taken simultaneously or prior to enrollment in the specific course.
Note: Students are expected to read and write at a college level for all courses except the developmental courses.
English and Mathematics Requirement
It is strongly recommended that all students complete both mathematics and an English course within their first 12 credit hours. To ensure maximum success, mathematics and English courses should be taken during consecutive terms until the sequence is completed. All students must have begun their English and mathematics sequences by completion of their first 30 credit hours or registration will be blocked until the student meets with an academic advisor to see if an exemption is in order.
General Education Course Codes
The following codes are used in the course descriptions to identify elective courses that satisfy the General Education Core Requirements:
|Arts and Humanities
|Interdisciplinary and Emerging Issues
|Science with Lab
|Behavior and Social Sciences