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GED/Adult Literacy


GED/ADULT EDUCATION LITERACY       

Advising: Call 214 860-2262    
Registration: Call 214 860-2226
(Eligible for Financial Aid)
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COLLEGE TRANSITIONS FOR CAREERS
This course is designed for students needing to enhance their literacy skills and prepare them for the workplace

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

GEDZ 1000 54201
GED CORE BASICS

TR

06/09-08/27

8:00a-10:00a

50

BJP 2802

$130

Johnson, G.

GEDZ 1000 54202
GED CORE BASICS

MW

06/08-08/12

6:30p-9:00p

50

BJP 2803
08/16 2802

$130

Jones, K.

GEDZ 1000 54301
GED CORE BASICS

S

05/30-08/22

9:00a-12:30p

50

West 128

$130

Every,K.

Take this intensive skill building course in all four subject areas of the exam: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science and Social Studies. The course provides a review of materials in these subject areas and instruction in computer base test-taking procedures. Students who score on Levels 6-8 on the TABE Assessment are eligible to register in this course. Students are required to complete the TABE Assessment on date of registration. Textbook: KAPLAN 2014 GED Big Book - ISBN: 1609780906 required.  Courses ending in Z     are not eligible for Financial Aid.

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

GEDZ 1000 54101
GED REFRESHER

TR

06/09-08/13

6:30p-9:00p

50

A 535

$130

Jones, K.

GEDZ 1000 54302
GED REFRESHER

S

05/30-08/22

9:00a-12:30p

50

West 127

$130

Arts, M.

GEDZ 1000 54203
GED REFRESHER

MW

06/08-08/12

9:00a-11:30a

50

BJP TBA

$130

Cyrus, B.

Take this intensive skill building course in all four subject areas of the exam: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science and Social Studies. The course provides a review of materials in these subject areas and instruction in computer base test-taking procedures. Students who score on Levels 9-12 on the TABE Assessment are eligible to register in this course.  Students are required to complete the TABE Assessment on date of registration. Textbook: KAPLAN 2014 GED Big Book - ISBN: 1609780906 required.  Courses ending in Z are not eligible for Financial Aid.

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

GEDZ 1000 54204
GED EN ESPAÑOL

MW

06/08-08/12

6:00p-9:00p

60

BJP 2802
BJP 2730 07/12,15,20,22,0810&12

$155

Guido, M.

GEDZ1000 54205
GED EN ESPAÑOL

S

05/30-08/22

9:00a-1:00p

60

BJP 2803
BJP
07/11,18 & 25 08/10&12

$155

TBA

GEDZ 1000 54303
GED EN ESPAÑOL

TR

06/09-08/27

8:00a-10:30a

60

W 124

$155

TBA

Este es curso de repaso intensivo para el examen de GED. Está basado en las cuatro materias del examen de GED: Estudios Sociales, Ciencias, Las artes del lenguaje y Matemática. Se requiere la compra del libro. Cursos que terminen con “z” no son eligible para Ayuda Financiera.        

College Transitions for Careers
This course is designed for students needing to enhance their literacy skills and prepare them for the workplace..

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

COMG 1000 54201
CORE READING
FOR CAREERS I

MW

06/08-08/19

10:45a-12:45p

48

BJP 2803

$160

Flournoy, C.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Reading skills to address essential listening, speaking, reading, writing, and computational skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of reading for information, locating information, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSI Reading (200 or Below) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).          

COMG 1015 54301
CORE READING
FOR CAREERS Il

TR

06/09-08/20

11:10-1:10

40

West Campus 212

$135

Johnson, M.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Reading skills to address essential listening, speaking, reading, writing, and computational skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of reading for information, locating information, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search.   Students who score on Levels 6-8 on TABE Assessment or TSI Reading (200 -341) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).          

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

ETWR 1005 54201
CORE WRITING FOR
CAREERS I

MW

06/08-08/12

2:00p-4:00p

40

BJP 2803

$135

Flournoy, C.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement. Writing skills associated with elements of grammar, composition, basic writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search.   Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSI Reading (200 -Below) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).          

ETWR 2001 54301
CORE WRITING FOR
CAREERS Il

TR

06/09-08/20

2:00p-4:00p

40

West Campus 212

$160

Flournoy, C.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement.  Writing skills associated with elements of grammar, composition, basic writing and editing skills for technical writing skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of writing, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search               Students who score on Levels 6-8 on TABE Assessment or TSI Reading (200 -349) are eligible to register for this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).          

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

POFT 1021 54201
CORE MATH FOR CAREERS I

MW

06/08-08/19

8:30a-10:30a

48

BJP 2803

$160

Guido, M.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement.  Mathematic fundamentals of business including analytical and critical thinking skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of applied mathematics, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search.  Students who score on Levels 3-5 on TABE Assessment or TSI Math (200 - Below) are eligible to register in this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).

POFT 1025 54301
CORE MATH FOR CAREERS Il

TR

06/09-08/20

8:30a-10:30a

48

BJP 2803

$160

Flowers, D.

The purpose of this course is to assist adults in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, advanced education, self-sufficiency and community involvement.  Mathematic fundamentals of business including analytical and critical thinking skills required by business and industry associated in the typical workplace will be taught, refreshed and practiced. This course utilizes the ACT KeyTrain system (self-paced, web-based) to improve workplace skills in the area of applied mathematics, teamwork, work habits, business etiquette, workplace effectiveness, communication skills and job search. Students who score on Levels 6-8 on TABE Assessment or TSI Math (201-310) are eligible to register in this course. This course is eligible for Financial Aid (TPEG).

COURSE & SECTION  #

DAY

DATE

TIME

HOURS

ROOM

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

DWRZ 1000 54101
COLLEGE SUCCESS PREP

MTWRFS

06/04-08/06

9:00a-4:40p

15

Learning Cntr.

$25

Majid S.

DWRZ 1000 54301
COLLEGE SUCCESS PREP

MTWRFS

06/04-08/06

9:00a-4:40p

15

WC Learning Cntr.

$25

Majid, S.

This is a noncredit course designed to prepare college students for academic classes by enhancing basic skills in reading, writing, math, and study skills. The student will be provided resources and assignments for self-directed study, and the ability to work with tutors. No textbooks required. Courses ending in Z are not eligible for Financial Aid.