A Block-Scheduled Program is designed to allow a full-time student to enroll in a defined block of courses (morning, full-day, afternoon, evening, or weekend) to provide course scheduling predictability from semester to semester. Clinical, practicum and other externships may deviate from the block schedule.
In advance of each semester, each college of DCCCD will publish the available curricula for each associate degree or certificate program identified as a Block-Scheduled Program offered by the college for that semester. Students may enroll in the entire Block-Scheduled Program curriculum offered under the program in a semester rather than individual courses leading toward the degree or certificate.
Look for the BLCK rubric/prefix in eConnect/Online Credit Class Schedule. Each course listed in a Block-Scheduled Program will have an annotation of This course is included in a Block-Scheduled Program.