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A "T" located to the left of the available semester indicates transfer to Murray State University, Southeast Missouri State University, and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale as per articulation agreements. These courses will also transfer to most public four-year institutions in the state of Illinois.


SEM 101 COLLEGE SURVIVAL

T Fall/Spring/Summer

This course is designed to assist in the understanding of what it takes to be a successful student, utilizing educational and personal opportunities. Students will develop learning and personal skills in order to become confident in reaching their educational goals.

Credit: 3 hours - Three lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 111 COLLEGE SUCCESS

T Fall/Spring/Summer

This course is designed to acquaint the student with the community college, to develop the skills necessary to succeed in college work, and to teach the student to systematically approach the world of work.

Credit: 1 hour - One lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 112 ORIENTATION TO SAFETY

By Request

Instruction in shop and tool safety procedures. Topics covered include hazard recognition, proper clothing, and protective equipment, and proper use of power driven tools and equipment.

Credit: 1 hour - One lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 210 ISSUES AND TRENDS IN EDUCATION PART I

By Request

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to current educational issues that affect today's school system. Various views on education from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, professional educators, political leaders, historians, and researchers will be discussed in order to prepare students to address the problems confronting schools today.

Credit: 1 hour - One lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 211 ISSUES AND TRENDS IN EDUCATION PART II

By Request

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to current educational issues that affect today's school systems. Various views on education from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, professional educators, political leaders, historians, and researchers will be discussed in order to prepare students to address the problems confronting schools today.

Credit: 3 hours - Three lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 212 ISSUES AND TRENDS IN EDUCATION PT III

By Request

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to current educational issues that affect today's school systems. Various views on education from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, professional educators, political leaders, historians and researchers will be discussed in order to prepare students to address the problems confronting schools today.

Credit: 3 hours - Three lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


SEM 213 SPECIAL EDUCATION ISSUES FOR EDUCATORS

By Request

This course is to provide teachers/paraprofessionals with an increased awareness of current issues in special education. Students will become familiar with current legislation and procedural guidelines for special education in all classroom settings. Other topics may include innovative techniques, adaptations, and modifications for working with special needs students. The entire process will be viewed form a practical point of view and how the educational and related services relate to the transition of special needs students to postsecondary outcomes. This course serves as professional development for teachers who need continuing professional development units to maintain certification and may be repeatable up to three times as the topics will vary each semester.

Credit: 3 hours - Three lecture hour per week.

Prerequisite(s): None


For More Information Contact:
Admissions and Advising
at 1-800-481-2242 or (618) 634-3200 or e-mail admissions@shawneecc.edu



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