ASCC - Academic Success Center (ASCC)

ASCC 001 Basic Math Skills

Credits 0. 3 Other Hours.

Developmental instruction in mathematics; includes the integers and rational numbers and applications, exponents, polynomials, solution of equations, graphing, elementary geometry and reasoning skills; also taught at Galveston and Qatar campuses. May not be used for credit toward a degree.

ASCC 002 Basic Writing Skills

Credits 0. 3 Other Hours.

Individualized instruction in English composition based on an analysis of the student's proofreading, revision and editing skills; a programmed sequence of study and practice designed for improvement of writing performance through mastery of basic skills at word, sentence, paragraph and multiparagraph levels; also taught at Qatar campus. May not be used for credit toward a degree.

ASCC 003 Basic Reading Skills

Credits 0. 3 Other Hours.

Individualized instruction in reading based on an analysis of the student's reading comprehension skills; study and practice of reading strategies designed to increase reading comprehension skills; also taught at Qatar campus. May not be used for credit toward a degree.

ASCC 004 Reading/Writing Connection

Credits 0. 3 Other Hours.

Individualized instruction designed to refine and practice the basic reading and writing skills by integrating the related concepts of the two areas; also taught at Galveston and Qatar campuses. May not be used for credit toward a degree.

ASCC 005 Fundamental Academic Skills

Credits 0. 0 Lecture Hours.

Designed to address the fundamental reading, writing, and/or mathematical skills for students needing instruction in Adult Basic Education (ABE). May not be used for credit towards a degree.
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in ASCC 001 or ASCC 004; also taught at Galveston and Qatar campuses.

ASCC 101 Application of Learning Theories to College Studies

Credits 0 to 3. 0 to 3 Lecture Hours.

The study of critical theories of learning with application to academic performance; designated as the university's learning framework course, this course is designed to help students understand learning theory and develop strategies for successful completion of college level studies; also taught at Qatar campus.

ASCC 102 Career Awareness

Credits 0 to 3. 0 to 3 Lecture Hours.

Encourages planning career and life goals early in academic career for timely decision-making related to academics, acquiring marketable skills, pursuing relevant experiential education, and participating in student/professional organizations; acquaints students with realities of early career, emphasizes utilization of resources on a timely basis for competitiveness in job market; also taught at Qatar campus.

ASCC 289 Special Topics in...

Credits 0 to 3. 0 to 3 Lecture Hours.

Selected topics in academic development and improvement.
Prerequisite: Approval of coordinator; also taught at Qatar campus.