Developmental Education

Many students entering college or returning after an extended absence from studies need additional work to prepare for college-level courses. To meet the needs of these students, SFCC offers a series of courses in mathematics, reading, writing and study skills. Placement in many of these courses is determined by recommendation or performance on assessment tests required for admission to the college.

Courses are offered in the traditional classroom format and through individualized, self-paced instruction in a learning center. These courses are numbered below 100 and, although taken for credit, are nontransferable. For additional information visit the Basic Studies page.

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Class Credits
ENGL 84High Intermediate/Advanced Applied Grammar 5.0
ENGL 93Individualized Study Skills 1.0-5.0
ENGL 94Study Skills 5.0
ENGL 95Reading Lab 1.0-5.0
ENGL 96Reading Improvement 3.0-5.0
ENGL 97Basic Writing: From Sentence to Paragraph 5.0
ENGL 98Writing Lab 1.0-5.0
ENGL 99Improvement of Writing 5.0
Class Credits
MATH 20Mathematics Center 1 1.0-5.0
MATH 21Developmental Math 5.0
MATH 30Introduction to Texas Instruments Calculators 1.0
MATH 35The Metric System 1.0
MATH 70Basic Mathematics I 2.0
MATH 71Basic Mathematics II 2.0
MATH 72Basic Mathematics III 2.0
MATH 90Pre-Algebra 5.0
MATH 91Elementary Algebra I 5.0
MATH 92Elementary Algebra II 5.0
MATH 93Algebra I 5.0
MATH 94Algebra II 5.0
MATH 95Mathematics Center 2 1.0-5.0
MATH 96Introductory Algebra 5.0
MATH 97Intermediate Algebra: A Modeling Approach 5.0
MATH 98Algebra III 5.0
MATH 99Intermediate Algebra 5.0

For more information, call the SFCC Communications Learning Center ((509) 533-3604) or Math Learning Center ((509) 533-3671).