Once the PDF opens in Adobe® Acrobat® Reader click on bookmark tab that appears on the left to navigate through the catalog. To search for information in the index pages of the PDF simply click on the page numbers. The links within PDF version of the catalog will take you directly to the corresponding pages.
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2010-2012 (PDF format*, 5 MB, 242 pages).
2008-2010 (PDF format*, 4.68 MB, 234 pages).
2006-2008 (PDF format*, 2.15 MB, 224 pages).
2005-2006 (PDF format*, 2.16 MB, 209 pages).
2004-2005 (PDF format*, 1.32 MB, 224 pages).
2003-2004 (PDF format*, 1.53 MB, 211 pages).
2002-2003 (PDF format*, 1.02 MB, 212 pages).
View a copy of the academic calendar (available in PDF format), including beginning dates of classes, add/drop dates, and graduation dates.
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This section of our Web site lists descriptions for all the courses currently offered for credit at Heartland Community College. Descriptions are in alphabetical order by subject field; thus, the four-letter abbreviated code may not be in alphabetical order. For example, MFTG precedes MATH because alphabetically, Manufacturing Technology precedes Mathematics.
Courses numbered below 100 are developmental education courses and credit earned from these courses does not apply toward degrees or certificates. These courses prepare students for additional course work with Heartland.
View descriptions for courses online.
A student may earn credit via proficiency by checking with Student Services Assessment Center to determine which courses have proficiency tests available. View the proficiency exams currently offered through Heartland Community College. Students should call the Student Services Assessment Center at (309) 268-8057 for registration and scheduling information.
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At Heartland Community College students pursue transfer degrees orcertificate programs. View a complete list of the programs of study and the requirements for each.
Students enrolling in courses with stated prerequisites must provide documentation of their fulfillment of those prerequisites at the time of their enrollment in the course.
The absence of a stated prerequisite in the course description indicates that college level reading and writing proficiency is required. All credit-bearing courses require demonstrated college level reading and writing skills unless the course description is accompanied by the triangle-shaped icon described below.
Student who intend to transfer to a four-year institution should plan their two years at HCC with an Academic Advisor in order to assure the smoothest transfer possible. Since graduation requirements vary among senior colleges and universities, students are encouraged to discuss their transfer plans early to ensure appropriate course selection.
It is the students's responsibility to follow the recommendations of the institution to which he/she intends to transfer upon completion of study at HCC.
Students preparing to transfer are advised to refer directly to the official catalog of the college or university they plan to attend and meet that institution's requirements and recommendations for a selected area of concentration. Visit the iTransfer.org Web site to learn more about the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) and u.select (formerly CAS).
Heartland Community College is a participant in the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI), a statewide agreement that allows transfer of the completed Illinois General Education Core Curriculum between participating institutions. This agreement is in effect for students entering an associate or baccalaureate degree-granting institution as first-time freshmen in Summer 1998 (and thereafter).
u.select (formerly CAS) is a free services available to anyone interested in learning how courses transfer between participating colleges and universities, about the degree programs college and universities offer and how to best plan for transferring.
If you are looking for the Community Education schedule booklet, visit http://www.heartland.edu/communityEd.