## Course Sequences

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### English Course Sequence

All students are encouraged to enroll in either ENGL 100F, ENGL 110 F as soon as possible. See a counselor for help determining which class is the better fit for you.

**ENGL 100 F**

College Writing *or*

**ENGL 101 F**

Enhanced College Writing *or*

**ENGL 110 F**

Enhanced College Writing for Non-native Speakers

All three of our critical thinking classes will fulfill the critical thinking requirement for transfer to both the UC and CSU system.

**ENGL 103 F**

Critical Reasoning and Writing

**ENGL 104 F**

Critical Thinking and Writing About Literature

**ENGL 201 F**

Intermediate College Writing

All three of our critical thinking classes will fulfill the critical thinking requirement for transfer to both the UC and CSU system.

**ENGL 102 F**

Introduction to Literature

**ENGL 105 F**

Introduction to Creative Writing

### English as a Second Language Course Sequence

**New Students**

New **ESL STUDENTS** without a U.S. high school diploma or data (e.g., adult immigrants, refugees, F-1 visa international students) students must complete the ESL Guided Self Placement (GSP) online at esl.fullcoll.edu and meet with a counselor to help identify the appropriate ESL course level for their placement.

**Continuing Students**

After completing ESL 190 F, continuing students are encouraged to enroll in ENGL 110 F. This transfer-level college writing course is equivalent to ENGL 100 F or ENGL 101 F, but is designed for ESL students. Alternatively, ESL students may choose to enroll in either ENGL 100F or ENGL 101 F. **All three of these courses meet transfer requirements for UC and CSU.**

Students should discuss their options with their counselor and/or their ESL instructor.

### Low Intermediate Level

**ESL 082 F**Reading, Writing, Vocabulary and Grammar

### Intermediate Level

**ESL 083 F**Reading and Expository Paragraph Writing

### Low Advanced Level

**ESL 184 F**Reading and Short Essay Writing

### Advanced Level

**ESL 190 F**Accelerated Composition and Research

**ENGL 110 F**

Enhanced College Writing for Non-native Speakers

*or*

**ENGL 100 F** College Writing or **ENGL 101 F** Enhanced College Writing

#### Language support courses for ESL Students

(Course offerings vary by semester)

##### Useful courses for Advanced Students

**ESL 056 F**

Advanced Conversation

**ESL 058 F**

Advanced Pronunciation

**ESL 045 F**

Advanced Grammar

**ESL 049 F**

Academic Vocabulary

##### Useful courses for Intermediate+ Students

**ESL 046 F**

Intermediate Conversation

**ESL 048 F**

Intermediate Pronunciation

**ESL 035 F**

Intermediate Grammar

**ESL 039 F**Vocabulary Expansion

**ESL 029 F**

Idioms

##### Useful courses for Low Intermediate Students

**ESL 036 F**

Basic Conversation

**ESL 038 F**

Basic Pronunciation

**ESL 025 F**

Basic Grammar

**ESL 010 F**Basic Technology for Language Development

### Mathematics Course Sequence

This sequence shows the progression of math courses that students should take in order to complete their math requirement for the associate degree or to transfer. The type of mathematics you will be required to complete depends upon your major and/or transfer institution. The starting course can vary based on the results of the college assessment process which includes high school grades, college coursework and other factors.

Please see a counselor before enrolling to discuss placement and the mathematics sequence.

You may also email math@fullcoll.edu or reference www.assist.org

#### Student majoring in Liberal Arts or Social Sciences

**MATH 100 F**Liberal Arts Mathematics

*or*

**Math 120 F**

Introductory Probability and Statistics

**Math 121 F**

Enhanced Introductory Probability and Statistics

**SOSC 120 F**

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

**PSY 161 F**

Elementary Statistics for Behavioral Science

(Students should consult a counselor to determine the correct statistics course to take)

#### Student majoring in Business

**MATH 130 F**Calculus for Business

*or*

**Math 131 F**

Enhanced Business Calculus

#### Students Majoring in the Sciences

**MATH 141 F**

College Algebra

*or*

**Math 143 F**

Enhanced College Algebra

*And*

**Math 142 F**

Trigonometry

*or*

**Math 144 F**

Enhanced Trigonometry

**Math 151 F**

Calculus I

MATH 152 F**Calculus II**

MATH 251 F**Multivariable Calculus**

**MATH 252 F**

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

**MATH 253 F**

Additional Topics in Linear Algebra

**Notes**

- Students majoring in any business field should consult with a counselor before taking a transferable math course. Some business programs require students to complete Calculus, others require Business Calculus. Some programs also require Statistics.
- MATH 141 F or MATH 143 F
**and**MATH 142 F or MATH 144 F may be taken in any order or concurrently. - MATH 121 F, MATH 131 F, MATH 143 F and MATH 144 F are enhanced versions of MATH 120 F, MATH 130 F, MATH 141 F and MATH 142 F, providing students with additional support.
- MATH 252 F and MATH 253 F can be taken concurrently
- The division offers honors courses: MATH 120 HF, MATH 141 HF, MATH 151 HF, and MATH 152 HF; and other courses in Discrete Mathematics (MATH 170 F and MATH 171 F), Graph Theory (MATH 172 F), a course for prospective teachers (MATH 203 F), separate courses in Linear Algebra and in Differential Equations (MATH 255 F and MATH 260 F) and a series of Mathematics Seminars (MATH 290 F, MATH 290 HF, MATH 291 F, MATH 291 HF, MATH 295 F, MATH 294 HF). Check the class schedule listings, since some of these courses are not offered every semester. For questions about course offerings, contact the Math Division

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