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LS 5. Reading and Vocabulary Development. Individual and small-group instruction to improve basic reading and study skills. Includes reading comprehension, reading rate improvement, text processing techniques and vocabulary expansion. Note: May be repeated. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 2.0
LS 6. Language Development -- Multilingual Students. Tutorials for students whose first language is not English. Topics depend on student needs. Note: May be repeated. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 1.0
LS 6A. Oral Skills for Multilingual Students. Small-group instruction in English oral skills for students whose first language is not English. Note: May be repeated. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 2.0
LS 6B. Writing Skills for Multilingual Students. Small-group instruction in writing skills, including Writing Proficiency Exam preparation for students whose first language is not English. Note: May be repeated. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 1.0
LS 7A. Making Sense Of Algebra. Review of fundamental mathematics concepts, measurement geometry, and beginning algebra. Prerequisite: Score of 34 or below on the ELM Test. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 4.0
LS 7B. Making Sense Of Algebra. Review of beginning algebra, algebra topics, and measurement geometry. Prerequisite: LS 7A. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 4.0
LS 8A. Individualized Algebra. First in a three course sequence to prepare students for Math 1. Delivered at a slower pace than other preparatory math courses. Upon completion of the three course sequence, students must enroll in MATH 1. Prerequisite: Instructor permission and pre-algebra competency. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 2.0
LS 8B. Individualized Algebra. Second in a three course sequence to prepare students for Math 1. A continuation of topics in LS 8A. Delivered at a slower pace than other preparatory math courses. Upon completion of the three course sequence, students must enroll in MATH 1. Prerequisite: Instructor permission and pre-algebra competency. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 2.0
LS 8C. Individualized Algebra. Last in a three course sequence designed to prepare students for Math 1. A continuation of topics addressed in LS 8B. Delivered at a slower pace than other preparatory math courses. Upon completion of the three course sequence, students must enroll in MATH 1. Prerequisite: Instructor permission and pre-algebra competency. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 2.0
LS 9. Computer Tutorial. Provides students with basic IBM and Macintosh computer literacy, keyboard familiarity and fundamentals of word processing, as well as an introduction to appropriate specialized hardware and software. Small group or individualized instruction based on individual need. Enables students to access computers independently. Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 1.0
LS 10A. Elementary Algebra with Geometry. Review of fundamental mathematical concepts, basic measurement geometry and beginning algebra. Instruction provided through lecture or structured tutorial format. Note: May utilize computers. Prerequisite: Score of 36-48 on the ELM Test. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 4.0
LS 10I. ELM Self-Paced Course. Review of elementary algebra and measurement geometry through a program of independent study. Prerequisite: Score of 44-48 on the ELM. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 3.0
LS 10X. Geometry Adjunct to Math 9. Review of measurement geometry and tutorial support for students concurrently enrolled in Math 9. Prerequisite: Score of 44-48 on the ELM. Corequisite: MATH 9. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 1.0
LS 39A. Special Problems for EOP Students. Individually directed projects or tutorial instruction in a skill development area or in any subject matter to develop a specific academic skill (i.e., essay writing). Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Graded: Remedial Grade Basis. Units: 1.0 - 3.0.
LS 50. Academic Strategies for College Study. Study of the use of campus resources, effective study techniques, and successful test-taking strategies to promote academic success. Topics include time management, learning styles, text processing and critical reading, listening and note-taking, library research, taking exams, and improving memory. Corequisite: Enrollment in LS 15 Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 50M. Academic Strategies for College Study for Multilingual Students. Study of the use of campus resources, effective study techniques, and successful test-taking strategies to promote academic success for multilingual students. Topics include time management, learning styles, text processing and critical reading, listening and note taking, library research, taking exams, and improving memory. Corequisite: Enrollment in LS 86. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 51. Orientation to College Study. Study of the use of campus resources, effective study techniques, and successful test-taking strategies. Topics include time management, note taking, reading and vocabulary development, and exam preparation. Corequisite: Enrollment in LS 15. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 51M. Orientation to College Study for Multilingual Students. Study of the use of campus resources, effective study techniques, and successful test-taking strategies for multilingual students. Topics include time management, note taking, reading and vocabulary development, and exam preparation. Corequisite: Enrollment in LS 86. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 55. Academic Strategies Adjunct: Criminal Justice. Study skills adjuncts for selected General Education courses. Effective learning strategies for the academic course in which the student is concurrently enrolled. Note: May be repeated for credit Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 55E. Academic Strategies Philosophy. Note: May be repeated for credit. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 55I. Academic Strategies-English. Note: May be repeated for credit. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 55J. Academic Strategies Adjunct: Astronomy. Study skills adjuncts for selected General Education courses. Effective learning strategies for the academic course in which the student is concurrently enrolled. Note: May be repeated for credit. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 55M. Academic Strategies Adjunct: Accountancy. Study skills adjuncts for selected General Education courses. Effective learning strategies for the academic course in which the student is concurrently enrolled. Note: May be repeated for credit. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 64. Preparation for Professional Examinations. Test taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and specific skills in reading comprehension, writing, and math needed for professional tests. Preparation for the following tests: GRE Verbal, GRE Math, CBEST Reading, CBEST Writing, CBEST Math, MCAT. Note: May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit provided course topic is not repeated. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0
LS 64G. Prep - CSET I. Test taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and specific skills in reading comprehension, writing, and math needed for professional tests. Preparation for the following tests: GRE Verbal, GRE Math, CBEST Reading, CBEST Writing, CBEST Math, MCAT, CSET Multiple Subjects I, II, and III. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 64H. Prep - CSET II. Test taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and specific skills in reading comprehension, writing, and math needed for professional tests. Preparation for the following tests: GRE Verbal, GRE Math, CBEST Reading, CBEST Writing, CBEST Math, MCAT, CSET Multiple Subjects I, II, and III. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 64I. Prep - CSET III. Test taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and specific skills in reading comprehension, writing, and math needed for professional tests. Preparation for the following tests: GRE Verbal, GRE Math, CBEST Reading, CBEST Writing, CBEST Math, MCAT, CSET Multiple Subjects I, II, and III. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 195A. Learning Skills Tutoring Internship. Practical application of learning through the tutoring of students. Note: May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 3.0
LS 199. Special Problems. Individual projects or directed study. Note: Requires approval of faculty member and Department Chair; may be repeated for credit. Graded: Credit / No Credit. Units: 1.0 - 3.0.