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Syllabus Definition of Terms
Special Topics Special topics courses may be temporary or experimental and may be used to fulfill elective credit in programs that lead to a degree or diploma. Special Topics courses may not be used to fulfill or substitute for required or option courses in any degree or program.
Approved General Education Elective Any course numbered 100 or higher that can satisfy general education requirements for applied degrees, diplomas, or certificates. See Approved General Education.
General Elective Any course numbered 100 or higher that can satisfy general elective requirements.
Career and Technical Education Occupation-specific courses. Transferability is generally limited. Only 16 credits can apply to the AA/AS degree.
Arts and Sciences Traditional liberal arts courses in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree that satisfy the AA/AS categories.
Developmental College preparatory and skill building courses numbers less than 100. Developmental courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements and are pass/fail (P/Q).
P/F Indicates courses taken pass/fail.
Prerequisites Successful completion of a course or other criterion necessary for a student to succeed in a higher level course.
Corequisites A course that must be taken concurrently or prior to the course.
Fees A fee is automotically charged for this course for the noted purpose.
Outcome The intended learning outcome of this course
Objective A targeted competency that measures stated outcome.