This section contains descriptions of all credit courses offered at St. Louis Community College as well as other off-campus locations during the academic year. The courses listed herein are current as of March 2021. For descriptions of courses approved after this date, consult the website at https://www.stlcc.edu/programs-academics/.
Not all of the courses listed in this section are offered every semester. Information on where and when these courses are available may be found in each semester’s course schedule available online at stlcc.edu/schedule. Contact advising for more information.
Reading Proficiency Prerequisite
Many of the courses in this catalog include a prerequisite of “Reading Proficiency.” This means that before a student can enroll in one of these courses, they must demonstrate the ability to read at the college level. This ability will give the student a much better chance to pass the course as many courses require reading.
A student can meet the Reading Proficiency prerequisite by satisfying any of the following:
- ACT sub score of 18 or higher in the area of reading
- SAT verbal score of 500 or higher
- Accuplacer Next Generation reading score of 250 or higher
- High school GPA of 2.6 or higher
- Completion of 3 or more college-level credits at a “C” or higher
- College level credits are those that are numbered 100 level or higher.
Students who do not meet Reading Proficiency in any of these ways must enroll for RDG 079 and the co-requisite, if eligible. Otherwise, enrollment in RDG 030 will be needed. Students who are not native speakers of English can meet this prerequisite with at least a “C” in ENG 070.
Prerequisites and Developmental Education
Information about prerequisites and developmental education is available online at https://stlcc.edu/office-of-the-registrar/prerequisites.aspx/.
The course numbering system uses an abbreviation to identify subject matter area and a three-digit number to identify course level. Course levels are defined as follows:
|080-099||Special problems developmental credit courses|
|100-199||Beginning level credit courses|
|200-299||Advanced level credit courses|
|500-599||Special problems credit courses|
|600-699||Special problems credit courses|
DA 144 PRECLINICAL PRACTICE
DA indicates the subject area of Dental Assisting. The number 144 indicates that the course is on the beginning level.
Unless otherwise noted in the course description, the credit hours shown represent the number of lecture hours per week that the student will spend in class during a 16-week semester.
Key to Abbreviations
|BAP||Baking and Pastry Arts|
|BHS||Behavioral Health Support|
|BE||Biomedical Engineering Technology|
|BIC||Building Inspection Technology|
|CFD||Child and Family Development|
|CE||Civil Engineering Technology|
|CLT||Clinical Lab Technology|
|DCS||Deaf Communication Studies|
|DMS||Diagnostic Medical Sonography|
|ECE||Early Care and Education|
|EE||Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology|
|EMT||Emergency Medical Technology|
|FIR||Fire Protection Technology|
|FSE||Funeral Services Education|
|HIT||Health Information Technology|
|HTM||Hospitality and Tourism|
|IRT||Information Reporting Technology|
|LIB||Library and Information Studies|
|ME||Mechanical Engineering Technology|
|OTA||Occupational Therapy Assistant|
|PTA||Physical Therapist Assistant|