Two-Year Course Cycle
Click on the links below to review the Course Cycle for your area of study. Every effort will be made to use this sequencing when developing our schedule of classes however college budget, instructor availability, and low student enrollments may limit our ability to offer each course.
Anthropology This includes Anthropology (ANTH), and Cultural Geography (GEOG-002) courses.
Art This includes Art (ART) courses – studio arts, art history, and graphic arts.
Automotive This includes Automotive (AUTO) courses.
Biological (Life) Sciences This includes Biology (BI) and Natural Resources (NR) courses.
Business. Accounting, Economics, and Real Estate This includes Business Administrative (BUAA), Accounting (BUAC), Business Management (BUMA), Real Estate (REAL) and Economics (ECON) courses.
Child Development This includes Child Development (CD) courses.
Communications & Theatre Arts This includes Speech (SP), and Theatre Arts (TA) courses.
Computer Information Systems This includes Computer Information Systems (CIS) courses.
Computer Science This includes Computer Science (CS) courses.
Criminal Justice This includes Criminal Justice (CJ) courses.
Culinary This includes Culinary(CULN) courses.
English This includes English (ENG) courses.
Ethnic, Gender, and Social Justice (EGSJ) courses.
Fire Technology This includes Fire Technology (FIRE) courses.
Geography This includes Geography (GEOG).
Health Sciences This includes Vocational Nursing (VN), Nursing Assistant (HS-064), Home Health Aide (HS-066), Emergency Medical Technician & Refresher (EMT), Basic Pharmacology (HS-065), etc.
History This includes History (HIST) courses.
Mathematics This includes Mathematics (MATH) courses.
Music This includes Music (MUS) courses.
Philosophy This includes Philosophy (PHIL) courses.
Political Science This includes Political Science (PS) courses.
Psychology This includes Psychology (PSY) courses.
Registered Nursing This includes Nursing (N) courses.
Sciences (Physical) This includes Astronomy (A), Chemistry (CH), Geology (G), and Physics (PH) courses.
Sociology This includes Sociology (SOC) courses.
Spanish and American Sign Language This includes Spanish (SPAN) and American Sign Language (ASL) courses.