Catalog 2011-2012, Final Edition 
    
    Dec 07, 2021  
Catalog 2011-2012, Final Edition [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Information

Course Load

The normal course load for a full-time student is from 12 to 18 credit hours. An employed student should vary a course load for the semester according to the number of hours the student works. It is recommended that such a student consult with an advisor about his or her schedule. Students who wish to complete a 2-year degree in 2 years, excluding summers, should take at least 15 credits per term.

Course Numbering

0-99     Precollege level courses not designed for transfer to other institutions. These courses do not count for college credit and are not used in grade point average calculation for graduation.
100-199   Courses normally taken by freshmen.
200-299   Courses normally taken by sophomores.

Attendance

Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered, except in case of illness or other emergencies. The instructor shall determine and inform students of the effects of absences on the grade. If any student accumulates so many absences that continued enrollment in the class seems to be of little value, the student may be asked by the instructor to withdraw from the course. The instructor may assign a final grade or develop an Incomplete contract with the student if the student has successfully completed 75% of the course. Withdrawals must be processed by the deadline shown in the schedule of classes.

Repeating Courses

A student who earns a grade of “D” or “F” may repeat the course to raise the grade to a “C” or better to meet the performance level required for subsequent courses. The course may be used only once to meet the graduation requirements of a particular degree or certificate program. A student may not repeat a course in which the student received a letter grade of “C” or higher without instructor approval. All grades will be listed on the student’s transcript and will be computed in the student’s grade point average (GPA) unless either a “Fresh Start” or “Grade Replacement” policy applies. See Grading System  for explanation of these two policies.

 

Accounting

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Advanced Academic Achievement

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American Sign Language

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Anthropology

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Arabic

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Architectural Engineering/Construction Management

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Architectural Technology

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Art

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