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ABC 110 - Intro to Course Descriptions


Lab or Shop

Credit Hours




This course teaches the student to understand course descriptions as presented in the College’s Student Handbook. Prerequisites: ABC 110 Corequisites: ABC 110A

The centered heading is the subject area. The first three letters ("ABC") are the course prefix. Courses in this list are alphabetized by prefix. The number ("110") is the course number. Next is the course name.

The numbers in the example above represent the class hour requirements. Most classes have three numbers, representing the "class" or "contact" hours, the "lab" or "shop" hours, and the "credit hours." Some classes have four numbers representing class, lab, clinical, and credit hours. Class, lab, and clinical hours represent actual time spent in a classroom or other learning environment. Credit hours are used to calculate graduation requirements and full-time status.

Prerequisites are classes or other requirements that must be fulfilled before you can take this course. Corequisites are courses that must be taken during the same semester that you take this course.

Semester offered: F - Fall SP - Spring SU - Summer

Some courses are articulated. This means that they meet the standards of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) and Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA) governing transfer from a community college to a N.C. public university. These courses contain italicized text telling you how they can be transferred. (See ACC 120 below for an example.)