Registration for Fall and Summer Semesters begins Apr. 1st. The deadline to apply for May 2014 Graduation is Apr. 4th.
This integrated reading/writing course is designed to develop reading comprehension and writing skills. Emphasis is reading selections from college subject areas, developing and using an academic vocabulary and writing essays.
Students learn basic elements of pronunciation and sentence patterns used in standard American English. Intonation, stressed and unstressed vowels, word endings and verb tenses are emphasized.
This course is designed to build academic reading skills. Using literature, nonfiction texts, selections from textbooks, and articles in various academic disciplines, such as humanities, social science, and science, students learn to read, comprehend and derive meaning more efficiently.
This first-year student success course addresses issues related to students' transition to college and beyond. Students use a variety of self and career assessment instruments to explore career paths, practice goal setting and develop plans for achieving their goals.
This course provides a review of how to use basic operations to manipulate whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percents. Content includes an introduction to ratios and proportions, measurements, and geometry.
This course is identical to MAT 075 except that it has one additional hour of instruction for students whose placement scores indicate this need.
This course covers the basic concepts of algebra, including fundamental operations, factoring, linear equations and applications. Also included in this course are the topics of polynomials, exponents and an introduction to linear graphs and slope.