A course prefix is the three letter code associated with the course subject.
Course numbers appear after the course prefix. Courses numbered with a zero (0) as the first digit are precollege (developmental) and cannot be applied toward a degree, diploma or certificate.
A course title is the name of the course.
The number of lecture, laboratory, clinical and work experience hours is shown under each course title. The total number of lecture, laboratory, clinical and work experience hours is referred to as “contact hours” since it reflects the time spent each week under the supervision of a faculty member.
Course credits are provided after the course hours.
Prerequisites and Corequisites
A course description a short, succinct statement that informs a student about the subject matter content and transferability.
Pre-College (Developmental Studies) Course Descriptions
The Pre-College (Developmental) Courses are designed to increase students’ likelihood of success by remedying deficiencies in English, reading, and math.
RISE (Reinforced Instruction for Student Excellence)
Beginning Spring 2019, the Pre-College (Developmental) program will be replaced with the Reinforced Instruction for Student Excellence (RISE) model. Click on the following link for informatin about Reinforced Instruction for Student Excellence [opens in a new tab] .