Chadron State College
Chadron State College

Course Descriptions

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Fall 2017                                                                                               
ENG 111 Introduction to College Writing   1-3 Elective Credits
EDUC 121 The Academic Life                         3 Elective Credits
MATH 101 Pre-Algebra                                     3 Elective Credits
MATH 102 Pre-College Algebra                      3 Elective Credits

EDUC 121 The Academic Life Credit 3 hours
The Academic Life is designed to assist students in acclimating to the expectations of college academics and culture. The overall objective of the course is to provide a classroom environment that promotes student success in academics and life. A broad variety of topics related to student engagement and achievement are covered.
ENG 111 Introduction to College Writing Credit 3 hours
This course is designed to help students utilize a variety of strategies for composing written discourse in Standard Edited English in an academic setting.
MATH 101 Pre-Algebra Credit 3 hours
A comprehensive review of arithmetic involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and signed numbers. Students will solve problems involving ratios, proportions, percent and geometry. Basic Algebra concepts including working with variables, simplifying expressions, solving equations, and graphing will be introduced. Students will be introduced to the basic features of a graphing calculator.
MATH 102 Pre-College Algebra Credit 3 hours
Problem-solving skills, applied algebra and geometry, and basic data analysis. The goal is to develop readiness for a college algebra or statistics course. This course does not meet Essential Studies or specific program requirements. Pre-requisite: MATH ACT of 16 or greater or permission of instructor.