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Humanities Courses: Humanities courses are classes that cover subjects such as literature, philosophy, language, and the fine arts. Most undergraduate degrees require a certain number of humanities credit hours.
Prerequisite Courses: This is a condition or requirement that must be met before enrolling in a course. To satisfy a prerequisite, you must receive a 'C' or better in the course to advance to the next class.
Transferable Courses: If a course is marked in the course listing with an asterisk (*), the course appears on the Commission of Higher Education's Statewide Articulation List of Universally Transferable Courses f . . . View Full Definition
Non-Credit Courses: These are classes or courses that do not meet the requirements for a certificate or a degree at a given institution. Non-credit courses may serve one of several purposes: to explore new fiel . . . View Full Definition
Co-requisite Courses: Courses that are taken during the same semester. Most co-requisites are recommended; however, some may be required.
Humanities: Human related programs usually offered within a Faculty of Arts (e.g., history, languages and literature, sociology).
Developmental Courses: Classes numbered below 100 level. These classes are not considered in determining a student's SAP status. Students may take a maximum of 30 developmental credit hours.
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