A brief narrative description of each course offered by Southeastern Community College is found in this section. Descriptions also contain the course number, course title, number of lecture and laboratory hours, and the number of semester hours of credit granted upon successful completion of each course.
The Iowa community colleges have developed a systematic numbering system for all the credit courses they offer. The goal of this common course numbering system is to facilitate transfer and articulation processes for community college students in Iowa.
ABC Discipline Prefix of Program or Subject 123
- 000-099-Developmental courses.
- 100-899-Courses intended to meet specific requirements for certificates, diplomas, and degrees in career and technical and transfer programs.
- 900-999-Generic focus courses such as special topics, OJT, internships.
The instructor of any course (other than health careers classes and ENG-105) may waive any stated prerequisite of the course when, in the judgment of the instructor, the student can demonstrate sufficient evidence to justify enrollment.
If there is sufficient demand, courses may be offered more frequently than announced. Insufficient demand or unforeseen staffing problems may result in the cancellation of announced offerings. Southeastern Community College reserves the right to alter the course offerings and/or course content without further notice. Students are advised to consult the schedule of classes available in Student Services and on the SCC website. Student Success Advocates can answer any further questions.
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