Courses

  • SDEV-0103 Intermediate Algebra

    Designed for students with a math Act score of 22 or below in preparation for one of the three mathematics courses which satisfy the university-s core curriculum requirements. This course reviews high school algebra including polynomials, equation solving and graphing. This course is graded with a (P) Passing or (Np) No Passing grading system. This course does not satisfy the core curriculum mathematics requirements. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • SDEV-0113 Reading Improvement

    An individualized reading program to develop better vocabulary, comprehension, speed and listening skills. This course may be required of some students based on results of the ACT, SAT and-or reading placement test. This course is graded with a (P) Passing or (NP) No Passing grading system. Students enrolled in SDEV0113 must receive a P (Passing) in order to proceed in their academic programs. Not applicable for credit in major or minor. Fee.

  • SDEV-0123 Developmental Writing


    A grammar and writing course designed to develop the basic skills necessary for successful college writing. The course may be required as a prerequisite to ENGL-1113- English Composition I depending on the student-s Act english verbal scores (18 - below) or other equivalent measures. This course is graded with a (P) Passing or (Np) No Passing grading system. Students enrolled in SDEV-0123 must make a P (Passing) in order to enroll in ENGL-1113-English Composition I. Not applicable for credit in major or minor. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • SDEV-0133 Preparation for College Chemistry

    This course is for the student just beginning to study chemistry. Topics have been chosen to facilitate the understanding of basic concepts of chemistry to insure long term success in the study of general chemistry. Quantitative reasoning and problem solving strategies are emphasized throughout the course. The course consists of three hours of lecture per week. It does not satisfy any core requirement. Lecture--3 hours. This course normally offered in the spring semester.

  • SDEV-1102 Personal and Professional Strategies for Success

    A comprehensive course designed to assist students to maximize their success at the university and after graduation. Time management, conflict resolution, career exploration and preparation, and learning styles and strengths will be covered. in addition to in-class activities, students will participate in peer mentoring and other enhancement activities. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • SDEV-3111 Leadership Seminar

    A study of the definitions of leadership, leadership skills and models of leadership in scriptures, politics, and business. Practical applications of leadership principles to the OC social club system, including daily administration of the club system through inter-Club Council (Icc). Seminar is open only to the presidents of social service clubs. This course is offered as needed.