Schedule of Courses
LCC offers classes during the fall, spring and summer. We structure our courses to ensure each LCC student has a clear and timely path to graduation, and all required classes and electives are available to each student during their time at LCC. Please explore our schedule of courses and see which of our degrees and programs might fit your future!
How to Read Course Offerings
The following course offering pages contain information you will need to register for all courses held on-campus and off-campus, including learning locations in the LCC service area. Classes are listed alphabetically by subject area and include offerings that run 12 weeks (full semester) or less. For complete course information regarding online learning, online/hybrid, weekend, and variable date options, refer to the Alternative Delivery section. For information regarding personal interest and enrichment offerings and noncredit continuing education, refer to the Community and Continuing Education section.
Course listings are split into two sections: general course information and course section information. The general course information contains the following:
This identifies the course. It will be four letters followed by three numbers. For example, HUMS160 is the course number for Mythology.
This identifies the course name. For example, Michigan History is a course title. The course number is HIST220.
This is the fee for the course. Variable fees by section will be identified in a course or Course Reference Number (CRN) note (see below).
This identifies a course a student needs to take prior to enrolling in the listed course.
The reading, writing or math level needed to enroll in the course.
The recommend courses a student should take before enrolling in the course.
Offers further clarification on the course and/or CRN(s).
The course section information contains the following:
CRN stands for Course Reference Number. This five-digit number is used identify specific course sections.
Type refers to schedule type. The schedule type can be any of the following:
- Independent Study
Cr/Bill Hrs stands for Credit (Cr) and Billing (Bill) Hours. Credit Hours are the number of credit hours for the section. Billing Hours are the multiplier for determining tuition for the section.
These are the dates for the start and end of the section. The first class meeting is based on day of the week scheduled.
These are the days the section is held. The legend for days is as follows:
- M = Monday
- T = Tuesday
- W = Wednesday
- R = Thursday
- F = Friday
- S = Saturday
- U = Sunday
These are times the section is held.
The location of the section. See the Key to Class Locations in the schedule book to find out if a course is held on- or off-campus.
This is the name of the faculty member assigned to the section at the time of the publication of this schedule. If "Staff" is indicated, a faculty member has not been assigned at the time of publication.
E/W stands for Evening (E) and Weekend (W) Session.
Course sections in this book follow this layout:
|CRN#||Type||Cr/Bill Hrs||Start/End Dates||Days||Time||Location||Instructor||E/W*|
Policies, Procedures, and Regulations
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Many courses at LCC have minimum skill level requirements in reading, writing, and/or mathematics. These skill levels must be met before a student will be permitted to enroll in those courses. One way students meet these skill prerequisites is by achieving the required scores on placement tests.
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Students planning on transferring to a four-year institution should be aware that universities and colleges differ widely in the courses they accept for transfer. In order to achieve maximum transferability of course work, students should consult with an academic advisor in the Center for Academic & Career Pathways in the StarZone in the Gannon Building.
Students are also encouraged to contact the Admissions Office at the transfer institution of interest. It is the student's responsibility when transferring from LCC to be aware of the transfer institution's policies and program requirements.
View the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) page for a list of LCC’s MTA courses.
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