Academic Catalog

Developmental Programs (2010)

2010:42. Basic Writing. (0 Credits)

Provides intensive practice in the process of writing, in sentence structure and punctuation, and in correct written expression. Upon successful completion of Basic Writing, the student should be prepared to enter English (2020:121), or English Composition I (3300:111). Writing Lab hours are required.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:50. Basic Mathematics I. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: Placement. An intensive review of arithmetic and an introduction to the concepts of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on developing learning strategies and controlling anxieties. Upon successful completion of Basic Mathematics I, the student should be prepared to enter Basic Mathematics II.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:52. Basic Mathematics II. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of 2010:050 (formerly 1020:050) with a grade of C or better or Placement. A brief review of arithmetic and intensive instruction in elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on developing learning strategies and controlling anxieties. Upon successful completion of Basic Mathematics II, the student should be prepared to enter Business Mathematics (2420:170); Introduction to Technical Math (2020:130); Elements of Math I (2030:151); or Fundamentals of Math V (2010:85).* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:54. Basic Mathematics II Supported. (0 Credits)

Prerequisites: 2010:050 and approval from Developmental Programs. See Basic Mathematics II (2010:052). Double length class period allows supplemental instruction and assistance in beginning algebra. Emphasis on developing learning strategies and controlling anxieties. Upon successful completion of Basic Mathematics II Supported, the student should be prepared to enroll in 2010:85 or 2420:170 or 2030:130 2030:151 or 2030:161 or 3450:100 or 3470:250 or 3450:135.

2010:56. Basic Mathematics II Extended - Part A. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: 2010:050 and approval from Office of Accessibility. First half of a slower paced two-semester version of Basic Mathematics II (2010:052). Introduces elementary algebra, linear equations, polynomials, graphing, slope.

2010:57. Basic Mathematics II Extended - Part B. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: 2010:056 (Part A). Second half of a slower paced two-semester version of Basic Mathematics II (2010:052) covering factoring, rational expressions, radicals, and quadratic equations.

2010:60. College Reading. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: Placement. Designed to strengthen the basic comprehension skills needed for academic work, including recognition of main points and key supporting ideas, inferencing, summarizing, and vocabulary development. Upon satisfactory completion of College Reading, the student should be prepared to enter College Reading and Study Skills (1020:062). Lab hours are required. * * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:62. College Reading & Study Skills. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: College Reading (1020:060) or placement. Continued practice of comprehension strategies with emphasis on textbook reading, and implementation of effective study strategies such as note-taking, test-taking, and memory techniques. Upon successful completion of College Reading and Study Skills, the student should be prepared to apply reading and study strategies in college classes. Lab hours are required.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:64. Applied Study Strategies. (0 Credits)

Corequisite: Selected General Education Courses taken concurrently. Designed to help students apply various study strategies to a specific course, such as psychology, sociology and others. Includes lecture and textbook analysis, memory techniques, and test-taking strategies. Lab hours are required.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:71. Developmental Chemistry. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: 2010:052 or 2010:057 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. A mathematics review applied to chemistry and intensive instruction in principles of general chemistry. Emphasis is placed on developing learning strategies and controlling anxieties.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.

2010:81. Fundamental Mathematics I. (0 Credits)

Prerequisite: Placement by Academic Advisor. An intensive review of arithmetic with an emphasis on learning strategies and controlling anxieties. Upon successful completion of Fundamental Mathematics I, the student should be prepared to enroll in Fundamental Math II. **Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program, but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.**

2010:82. Fundamental Mathematics II. (0 Credits)

Prerequisites: Placement by academic advisor or 2010:81. Upon successful completion of Fundamental Mathematics II, the student should be prepared to enroll in Fundamental Math III. **Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program, but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.**

2010:83. Fundamental Mathematics III. (0 Credits)

Prerequisites: Placement by academic advisor or 2010:82. Upon successful completion of Fundamental Mathematics III, the student should be prepared to enroll in Fundamental Math IV. **Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program, but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.**

2010:84. Fundamental Mathematics IV. (0 Credits)

Prerequisites: Placement by academic advisor or 2010:83. Upon successful completion of Fundamental Mathematics IV, the student should be prepared to enroll in 2010:85 or 2420:170 or 2030:130 2030:151 or 2030:161 or 3450:100 or 3470:250 or 3450:135. **Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program, but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.**

2010:85. Fundamentals of Mathematics V. (0 Credits)

Prerequisites: Placement or successful completion of one of the following: 2010:52, 2010:54, 2010:57, 2010:84. Introduction in elementary algebra including factoring, functions, graphing, roots and radicals. Upon successful completion of Fundamental Mathematics V, the student should be prepared to enroll in Algebra for Calculus. **Load hours do not carry academic credit towards a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.**

2010:99. Special Topics: Developmental Programs. (0 Credits)

Instruction in one or more of the following basic skills: writing, reading, mathematics, and study skills. A combination of these skills may be presented with an overall theme such as "writing, reading and technology." See the current Schedule of Classes for course offerings.* * Load hours do not carry academic credit toward a degree program but do count in computing a student's course load for financial aid or student employment, and are used in probation and dismissal decisions.