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English 0095: Basic Writing 1: Mechanics. This course provides intensive practice with the basis of written expression: grammar, punctuation, usage, spelling, and sentence structure. (3 hours).
English 0096: Basic Writing 2: Paragraphs and Essays. This course provides practice in the process of writing and revising paragraphs and short essays. (3 hours).
Reading 0097: Reading Development I: Initial Reading course focusing on reading comprehension, vocabulary improvement, adaptability of reading rate, and test taking skills for standardized tests. (3 hours).
Reading 0098: Reading Development 2: Major focus is on identification and use of three level comprehension and reading plans, and building general and specialized vocabulary. (3 hours).
English 1101: Discourse and Composition: An introduction to college composition. Students practice responding appropriately to different types of rhetorical situations, writing in various genres, and critiquing discourse. (5 hours).
English 1102: Discourse and Composition (B): An accelerated introduction to college composition. Students will be required to conduct scholarly research and document their work in appropriate formats.
Math 0099: Fundamental Mathematics: Review of arithmetic, division of integers and rational numbers. (3 hours).
Math 1010: Basic Algebra with Geometry and Applications: Operations with integers, scientific notation, solve linear equations, laws of exponents, and introduction to square roots. (5 hours).
Math 1020: Intermediate Algebra and Applications: Quadratic functions; roots, radicals, and fractional exponents. (3 hours).
Math 1100: Mathematics Core Course: Problem solving, heuristics, critical thinking, and the collection and interpretation of data. (3 hours).
Math 1500: Principles of Statistics: Introduction to the vocabulary, concepts, and presentation of statistics as applied to business, education, and science. (3 hours).
Math 1200: College Algebra: A study of functions represented numerically, graphically and symbolically. (3 hours).
Math 1300: Pre-Calculus: Learn the basic properties of linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic
functions. (5 hours).
Math 1700: Applied Finite Mathematics: The focus of this course is the applications of mathematical models for students in business, economics, and social sciences. (3 hours).
Math 2110: Calculus I: The main topics are functions, limits, derivatives, and applications. (4 hours).