ENGL 0099 - Basic English...............................4.00 Credits This course is designed to prepare students for freshman English composition. It is designed to reinforce and refine grammatical and mechanical skills of students. It serves as a review of basic principles of English usage including fundamentals of sentence patterns, grammar, punctuation and as an introduction to the writing of short paragraphs and essays.
MATH 0097 - Basic Mathematics......................4.00 Credits This course is a study of pre-algebra and elementary algebra including the fundamental operations of fractions and decimals. It is designed to help students with a limited background in algebra learn the fundamentals and manipulation of a first course in algebra. Algebra topics include a study of the real numbers, linear equations and inequalities, operations of polynomials, and factoring polynomials.
MATH 0099 - Basic Mathematics.................4.00 Credits This course is a study of intermediate algebra. It is designed to enhance the student's knowledge of algebraic computational skills and to prepare the student for college level mathematics. Topics include a review of factoring polynomials, graphs of equations and inequalities, systems of equations, fractional expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations, and exponential and logarithmic functions.
READ 0099 - Developmental Reading......4.00 Credits Students will approach reading from four areas: literal, critical, affective and interpretive. In addition to spending time improving personal vocabularies and preparing for standardized tests, students will read varied materials to include magazines, short stories and novels and present oral presentations to the class.