College Readiness Courses

CRMA 0370– College Readiness Pre-Algebra

(Formerly: DMTH 0370) Development of basic arithmetic skills. This course is a prerequisite for CRMA 0371 and is required for all students who have not achieved the required score on the math portion of an approved placement test. This course does not satisfy the general degree requirement for mathematics.

 

CRMA 0371 – College Readiness Algebra I

(Formerly: DMTH 0371)Development of basic algebraic skills. This course is a prerequisite for CRMA 0372 and is required for all students who have not achieved the required score on the math portion of an approved placement test. This course does not satisfy the general degree requirement for mathematics. Prerequisite: CRMA 0370 or equivalent

 

CRMA 0372 – College Readiness Algebra II

(Formerly: DMTH 0372) Development of intermediate algebraic skills. This course is required for all students who have not achieved required scores on the math portion of an approved placement test. For these students, the course is a prerequisite for MATH 1314 or MATH 1324. This course does not satisfy the general degree requirements for mathematics. Prerequisite: CRMA 0371

 

CRRE 0371– College Readiness Reading

(Formerly: DRDG 0371) College Readiness Reading. Development of basic reading skills at the college level. The course is required of all students who have not achieved the required score on the reading portion of an approved placement test. This course does not satisfy the general degree requirements for any major. Prerequisite: None 

PEDG 1271– Study Skills/ Orientation

Provide procedures, practices, and individual help with reading assignments, writing papers, taking essay examinations, and taking lecture notes.

 

English Department

Department of English & Modern Languages Chair: Dr. Jim Sanderson 

Location: 04D Maes Building

Phone: (409) 880-8558

 

CRWT 0371– College Readiness Writing

(Formerly: DWRT 0371) The improvement of basic composition skills as required by the state’s Success Initiative Plan. The course is a prerequisite to ENGL 1301 for all students who do not pass the writing component of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) exam; students must enroll in developmental writing until they pass the course with a grade of C or better or pass their retake of the writing component of the THEA exam. The course neither satisfies general degree requirements for freshman English nor counts toward graduation hours. However, a student’s final grade in the course is both computed into the student’s GPA and recorded on the student’s official transcript.

Writing Center