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tive is to enhance the understanding of

Photoshop Elements and to create a greater

comprehension of photographic fine art.

(3 credits)

ART 299 Special Topics

Independent study designed for the self-

motivated learner. Approval of instructor.

(1-3 cr)

ASC—Academic Skills

ASC 067 English as a Second

Language I

Help for students who speak English as a

second language to communicate effectively

in daily life. Areas of concentration include

speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

Upon recommendation of the instructor,

this course may be repeated for additional

credit. (3 cr)

ASC 068 English as a Second

Language II

Help for students who speak English as a

second language to communicate effec-

tively in daily life. Emphasis is on grammar,

sentence structure, speaking and expanding

vocabulary. (1-3 cr)

ASC 086 Preparatory English

Rules of grammar, punctuation, word usage,

basic paragraph structure and techniques

needed to write and read effectively. De-

signed for students whose test scores indi-

cate a lack of basic English skills. Requisite:

Student Placement into College Courses.

(3 cr)

ASC 088 Composition Lab

Supplemental and developmental instruction

taken concurrently with a first year English

course. Instruction based on student need

with time allowed for application to English

course assignments. Requisite: Student

Placement into College Courses.

(1 cr)

ASC 091 Algebra Prep I

This course begins the developmentof the

fundamental skills required for the success-

ful completion of studies in college level

mathematical courses. Topics include opera-

tions with whole numbers and fractions,

orders of operation, simplification and evalu-

ation of expressions, and evaluation of one

and two step linear equations. Study skills

will be incorporated throughout. Requisite:

Student Placement into College Courses.

(2 cr)

ASC 092 Algebra Prep II

This course continues the development of

the fundamental skills required for the suc-

cessful completion of studies in college level

mathematics courses. Topics include the so-

lutions of linear equations and inequalities,

formula manipulation, Cartesian geometry

and the graphing of linear equations and

inequalities, systems of equations, and an

introduction to functions. Study skills will

be incorporated throughout. Prerequisite:

ASC 091 or Student Placement into College

Courses. (3 cr)

ASC 093 Algebra Prep III

This course continues the development

of the fundamental skills required for the

successful completion of studies in college

level mathematics courses. Topics include

exponents and radicals, algebraic manipula-

tion involving polynomial and rational forms,

and unit analysis. Study skills will be incor-

porated throughout. Prerequisite ASC 092 or

Student Placement into College Courses.

(3 cr)

= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course