The specific amount of the lab fee will vary with current costs of materials and is published in each semester’s schedule of classes.
For a more comprehensive coverage of course content and requirements, students are invited to use the collection of course syllabi located in the respective departments’ office area.
Some Kellogg Community College course have prerequisite requirements that must be met before you can register. Prerequisites are listed at the end of each course description. Select your course of study and make sure you have the appropriate knowledge and/or skills to be successful in the course in which you wish to enroll.
Certain course prerequisites can be overridden by the department chair or director responsible for the course.
A continuation of ENGL 151 Honors with emphasis on preparation and writing of a research paper on a challenging topic. Analysis of fiction and nonfiction selections to refine critical thinking skills. Lab Fee
Prerequisites: a "C" in ENGL 151H, or ENGL 151 with departmental or honors coordinator's approval
Designed to introduce students to the basic elements that govern the creation of short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Emphasis is on development of creative style and the development of craft in handling poetic form.
Prerequisites: COMPASS reading score of 70, or a "C" or "P" in STSK 96, 98, 99, TSRE 50, 55 or 75. ENGL 201 recommended prior to ENGL 203
This course emphasizes writing for the media using current industry practices. Students will learn writing of script for radio and television broadcasting, audio and video production, and screen play for film style production.
Prerequisites: COMPASS writing score of 72, or a "C" in ENGL 120, TSEN 90 or 95
A lecture/workshop structured to develop the writing skills of prospective teachers and to explore the means by which the writing ability of elementary school children can be encouraged, developed, and evaluated. Lab Fee
An opportunity for the interested student with a good scholastic record to pursue independently the study of some subject under the direction of a member(s) of the professional staff. Subjects are chosen and arrangements made to suit the needs of the individual student.