Modules are one-credit hour courses for developmental coursework completion. These courses are designed to help students who need to repeat developmental courses (CCS 099, ENG 098 and 099, MAT 094 through 098) and/or face some learning challenges in acquiring the level of reading, writing, and math skills needed. Modules are self-paced within limits, so that a student who is repeating a course, may work really hard, put in extra hours, and complete course requirements by mid-term. Alternatively, a student who needs a longer time to really understand and master the material may take two semesters to meet course requirements.
Test of Essential Academic Skills (T.E.A.S.)
This tutorial, for nursing and pre-nursing students, focuses on the math and science sections of the test. The main purpose is to serve as a means to "refresh" and build confidence in those skills in math and science. The tutorial meets twice a week for two hours and lasts four weeks. It is offered twice a year, with limited seats available, and usually right before the application deadline for the Parkland nursing program.
For more information stop by the Center in D120 or call 217/353-2005.
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