• Pre-Collegiate Mathematics I — 3175
    CENR 7200 – 2 credits
    Patricia M. Farwell-Trask

    Students will learn the skills necessary to take collegiate level math courses. This course is designed for students who have been away from math for a period of time or have had difficulties with algebra and other math concepts. This course assumes that there is no previous knowledge of algebra, but students should have an understanding of number systems, basic arithmetic operations and their properties. This course will cover basic math skills including arithmetic, manipulating algebraic expressions, solving algebraic equations and basic graphing techniques. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 218 Jul 10 – Aug 3 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Pre-Collegiate Reading I — 3173
    CENR 7300 – 2 credits
    Trisha L. Lockwood

    Students will develop their reading skills to be better prepared for proficiency in credit-bearing courses and beyond. Students will increase reading skills with in-depth understanding of the main idea(s), inference, recalling facts, vocabulary in context, summarizing and paraphrasing, critical thinking, and authors approach to content. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 226 Jul 10 – Aug 3 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • ESL Level II — 3178
    CENR 7500 – 1.3 credits
    Julee A. Strek

    ESL Level II is comprised of two modules that can be taken together or separately. The reading/ writing/ oral communications module complements the grammar module by having each unit of the writing, reading and oral communications make the essential link between the grammar and those skills. The grammar topics for each unit of writing and the vocabulary in the reading are correlated to the grammar module. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Training Center 115 May 22 – Jun 26 Mon, Wed 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • Pre-Collegiate Mathematics II — 3172
    CENR 8200 – 2 credits
    Matthew W. Edwards

    Students will learn the skills necessary to take collegiate level math courses. This course is designed for students who have been away from math for a period of time or have had difficulties with algebra and other math concepts. This course assumes that there is no previous knowledge of algebra, but students should have an understanding of number systems, basic arithmetic operations and their properties. This course will cover manipulating polynomials, rational expressions, and radicals. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 218 Apr 25 – Jun 1 Tue, Thu 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Pre-Collegiate Mathematics II — 3176
    CENR 8200 – 2 credits
    Patricia M. Farwell-Trask

    Students will learn the skills necessary to take collegiate level math courses. This course is designed for students who have been away from math for a period of time or have had difficulties with algebra and other math concepts. This course assumes that there is no previous knowledge of algebra, but students should have an understanding of number systems, basic arithmetic operations and their properties. This course will cover manipulating polynomials, rational expressions, and radicals. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 218 Jul 10 – Aug 3 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Pre-Collegiate Reading II — 3171
    CENR 8300 – 2 credits

    Students will further develop their reading skills to be better prepared for proficiency in credit-bearing courses and beyond. Students will increase reading skills with in-depth understanding of the main idea(s), inference, recalling facts, vocabulary in context, summarizing and paraphrasing, critical thinking, and authors approach to content. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 226 Apr 25 – Jun 1 Tue, Thu 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Pre-Collegiate Reading II — 3174
    CENR 8300 – 2 credits
    Trisha L. Lockwood

    Students will further develop their reading skills to be better prepared for proficiency in credit-bearing courses and beyond. Students will increase reading skills with in-depth understanding of the main idea(s), inference, recalling facts, vocabulary in context, summarizing and paraphrasing, critical thinking, and authors approach to content. Master Course Syllabus

    North County Center

    North County Campus Center 226 Jul 10 – Aug 3 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 10:00 am – 12:00 pm