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    Academic Information Academic Information
         Degree Requirements  Degree Requirements
         Dropping/Withdrawing from College  Dropping/Withdrawing from College
         Associate in Arts/Associate in Sciences Degrees  Associate in Arts/Associate in Sciences Degrees
         Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree  Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree
         Field of Study Degrees  Field of Study Degrees
         Emphasis Degrees  Emphasis Degrees
         Associate in Applied Sciences Degree  Associate in Applied Sciences Degree
         Certificate Programs  Certificate Programs
         Course Time Limitation  Course Time Limitation
         Course Prerequisites  Course Prerequisites
         Core Curriculum  Core Curriculum
         Learning Frameworks (EDUC 1300)  Learning Frameworks (EDUC 1300)
         Computer Literacy Skills Placement  Computer Literacy Skills Placement
         Academic Transfer Programs  Academic Transfer Programs
         Earning an Associate Degree  Earning an Associate Degree
         Transfer Policy  Transfer Policy
         Transfer Dispute Resolution  Transfer Dispute Resolution
         Choosing a Major  Choosing a Major
         Resources for Students Wishing to Transfer  Resources for Students Wishing to Transfer
         Transfer Guides  Transfer Guides
         Course Equivalency Guides  Course Equivalency Guides
         Common Course Numbering System  Common Course Numbering System
         Choosing a Catalog Year  Choosing a Catalog Year
         Other Things to Consider  Other Things to Consider
DCCCD Core Curriculum  DCCCD Core Curriculum
DCCCD Core Curriculum  DCCCD Core Options for AAS Awards
Transfer Services  Transfer Services
Learning Frameworks (EDUC 1300) (Archived)
Effective Fall semester 2010 student with less than 12 college level hours will be required to take and complete EDUC 1300. EDUC 1300 is an interdisciplinary course that will contribute to student success by addressing factors that impact learning in college, including: research and theory in learning; strategies to monitor, regulate and control cognition, motivation and behavior; and the ability to think ethically and critically. Students will be stopped from enrolling in their tenth college level hour if they have not registered for EDUC 1300. Students who are 65 years or age and older, and students with 12 or more college level hours are exempt from this requirement. Students may be waived (temporary action, future action required by advisor) from completing EDUC 1300 if they:
  1. Are seeking career and technical education through an Associate of Applied Sciences degree, a certificate, or credit contract training program.
  2. Are transient university students.
  3. Are Dual Credit students who have not graduated from high school.
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