This course is designed to develop reading comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and critical reading skills. Students scoring less than 60 on the ACCUPLACER reading assessment are advised to take no heavy reading courses until successful completion of this course. This course can also be taken in a learning-community format with TSLS 105, Learning Strategies for College Success. Lab Fee
Students will learn the skills they need to be successful in a beginning algebra course. The course includes an introduction to integers and rational numbers, order of operations, variable and algebraic expressions, linear equations, graphing, application problems, proportions, geometric formulas, and basic computation of polynomials. Lab Fee
Students in this course will develop the basic math skills needed to be successful in Pre-Algebra and Algebra. After diagnosis, through testing and/or consultation, the instructor will provide a schedule of learning activities and testing for each topic in the student’s program of study. The instructor is available to provide individual help for the students. Lab Fee
This course will help students gain the skills necessary to obtain greater success in college and in life. By exploring resources and mastering proven strategies, students will define and create greater academic, professional, and personal achievement. Instruction will be delivered in either traditional, lecture format or a learning-community format when co-enrolled with TSRE 55. Lab Fee
This course is designed to improve basic writing skills. Writing assignments emphasize the paragraph and short compositions. Emphasis is on grammar, usage, punctuation, and writing. Recommend ENGL 106 be taken concurrently if taking other courses that require heavy reading and writing. Lab Fee
Students will learn grammar, mechanics, sentence structure, and paragraph development. Classroom experience will be group work, lecture, writing, and revision. Homework will require access to computer (on or off campus). Recommend TSRE 55 be taken concurrently. Lab Fee
This course is designed for students whose primary language is not English. It provides foundations in English language structure, reading of English, and conversation. Lab Fee
This course is designed to allow the students to explore focus areas in theatre such as directing, screening of plays, costumes, makeup, etc. Course may be repeated for credit toward graduation up to six credit hours.
An introductory course in the techniques of arts management, including personnel management and theatre organization, financial planning, grant writing, publicity, graphics, and public relations.
This course is required to participate in all KCC theatrical productions, as well as students who have an interest in transferring to a theatrical collegiate program. Students will gain practical experience in all phases of the theatrical art. Includes acting, lighting, makeup, scenery construction, publicity, box office, costuming, stage managing, and properties. Specific duties and academic instruction will be arranged with the director of theatre. Course may be repeated for credit toward graduation up to six credit hours per area of discipline. Lab Fee