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Course Descriptions

Courses with the above icons fulfill Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) General Education Core Requirements.


READ 70: Basic Literacy
Prerequisite: Placement by assessment. Basic Literacy provides students with instruction and practice in essential reading and writing skills at a foundational level. 4 HRS

READ 90: Reading Improvement I
Prerequisite: Placement by assessment, completion of READ 070 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Reading Improvement I is an intermediate course in reading and vocabulary development that addresses academic and pleasure reading tasks. Students are provided with instruction and practice that will enable them to become members of a reading community and successfully complete briefer types of readings often utilized in entry-level college courses. 3 HRS

READ 91: Reading Improvement II
Prerequisite: Placement by assessment, completion of READ 090 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Reading Improvement II is an advanced course in reading and vocabulary development that emphasizes academic reading tasks. Students are provided with instruction and practice that will prepare them to successfully meet the full range reading demands typical of entry-level college courses. 3 HRS

READ 95: Supplemental Reading Lab
Prerequisite: None. Supplemental Reading Lab is designed to improve your ability and efficiency to read and comprehend text independently. Students are provided with instruction and practice in thinking critically using individualized and small group instruction. 4 HRS

READ 101: College Reading in the Content Areas
Prerequisite: Placement by assessment or completion of READ 091 with a grade of C or better. READ 101 is a college-level course in reading and vocabulary development. Students are provided with instruction and practice in efficient information processing strategies that will prepare them to successfully meet the full range of reading demands typical of any undergraduate course. 1 HR