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8 week classes start Oct. 19
All classes listed below still have space available. If you are not a student, fill out the free application to get started. If you are an MCC student and need assistance, please contact an advisor. All classes available via remote or online formats. Watch the video to see which fits you best, then call 866-MOHAVECC or 866-664-2832 if you have any questions.
8 Week Classes Starting October 19th
ELA Basic Listening and Speaking, ELA 011 232 & ELA 011 222
The course is designed for students with some English experience. The course exposes students to beginning vocabulary, listening, and speaking. It enables students to function in daily activities and employment on a beginning level.
ELA Basic Reading and Writing, ELA 021 232
A course designed for students with no prior experience in the English Language continuing from ELA010. This course introduces students to alphabet, numbers, basic vocabulary, and grammar skills which will enable them to function in daily activities.
PCS Introduction to Reading & Writing, PCS 021 132 & PCS 021 852 & PCS 021 212
This course prepares the student for PCS033 – GED Preparation and/or complete the college reading requirement and/or complete language arts requirement. Areas of study include ABE levels 1 – 6 reading comprehension and written & verbal communications along with technology and study skills development. Student progress through the course based on a customized education plan that identifies those areas necessary to study.
PCS Math, PCS 023 133 & PCS 023 851 & PCS 023 122 & PCS 023 113
Group and individualized instruction prepares the student forPCS 033 – GED Preparation or completes requirements for entrance into Transitional Math. Areas of study include 0-8 levels of math along with technology and study skills. Student progress through the course based on a customized education plan which identifies only those areas necessary to study.
English Composition II, ENG 102 855 & ENG 102 211
A continuation of the composition and rhetoric focus of ENG 101 with an emphasis on persuasive, research-based writing.
GED Preparation, PCS 033 852 & PCS 033 242
Group and individualized instruction prepares the student for the GED exam. Areas of study include 9-12 levels of math, language arts (reading and writing), social studies, and science. Student progress through the course based on a customized education plan which identifies only those areas necessary to study.
Survive and Thrive in College, STU 103 113 & STU 103 114 & STU 103 115
This course applies college readiness skills by examining relevant topics through authentic learning experiences. Students will be exposed to and utilize a variety of available college resources, learn and apply basic research skills, use critical thinking and time management strategies, navigate a learning management system, and explore other strategies that enhance student success and promote professionalism in multiple settings. Communication, both written and oral, are addressed.