Independent College Credit Courses
Transferable Independent Study Classes are available at all campuses unless indicated.
HSC114 Medical Terminology 3 Credits
Studies medical terminology, including spelling and definitions.
ACC131 Principles of Accounting 4 Credits
Studies accounting methods, principles and terminology needed in the analysis and preparation of financial statements.
ADM106 Introduction to Keyboarding 2 Credits
Teaches the basic computer keyboard using the touch method to develop speed and accuracy.
EN213A American Literature Since Mid 1800's 3 Credits
Explores major American writers (including Native Americans) and their contributions to American letters from Puritan times to present.
RDG120 College Reading 1 Credit
An individualized elective reading course in reading. Prerequisite: RDG031 or satisfactory assessment scores. P/Q grading
SDV106 Library Orientation 1 Credit (Emmetsburg and Esthervile)
Introduction to use of a college library. P/Q grading.
SDV103 Successful Learning 1 Credit
Students master the academic and personal skills needed to succeed in higher education and in life.
MAT100 Elementary Algebra 3 Credits
This is a beginning course in algebra. Topics include operations on real numbers and algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and their applications, factoring, simplifying fractional expressions, radicals and quadratic equations. Does not count towards the mathematical requirements for the A.A. or A.S. degree.
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology 3 Credits
A survey course which provides an introduction to the study of psychology with emphasis on the history of psychology, learning, personality, behavior, motivation, perception and social psychology as well as other areas.
POL111 American National Government 3 Credits
Review of basic fundamentals of American Government including federalism, the political process, the presidency, the congress and the judicial system.
HIS151 U.S. History to 1877 3 Credits
Study of national foundations, colonial background, revolution, confederation and institutions; nationalism, and expansion. The growth of democracy and war plus reconstruction is analyzed.
SOC110 Introduction to Sociology 3 Credits
Review of sociology as an academic discipline. Basic sociological concepts, theory and methods are examined.
GEO121 World Regional Geography 3 Credits
Introductory course in college geography dealing with location, interaction and interdependency of countries of the world.