Course Information

Index to Subjects

Subject Code
Accounting ACCT, ACNT
Agriculture/Agribusiness AGRI
Air Conditioning Technology HART
Anthropology ANTH
Art (ARTS) and Design ARTC, ARTS, ARTV, GRPH, IMED, PHTC
Astronomy PHYS
Automotive Collision Repair Technology ABDR
Automotive Technology AUMT
Biology BIOL
Biomedical Clinical Equipment BIOM, CETT
Business BCIS, BUSG, BUSI, MARA
Business Management BMGT, BUSG, HRPO, MRKG
Business Office Systems and Support BMGT, MRMT, POFI, POFM, POFT
Chemistry CHEM
Child Development/Early Childhood Education CDEC, TECA
College Preparatory ENGL, ESOL, GUST, INRW, MATH, READ
Communications COMM
Computer Information Technology CPMT, EECT, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITCC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, ITSW, ITSY
Computer Science COSC
Construction Management CNBT
Cosmetology CSME
Criminal Justice CJCR, CJLE, CJSA, CRIJ
Culinary Arts CHEF, HAMG, IFWA, PSTR, RSTO
Dance DANC
Diesel Technology DEMR
Dietetics DITA, FDNS, HECO, IFWA
Drama See Theatre and Film
Economics ECON
Education EDUC
Electrical Technology CETT, EECT, ELPT, RBPT
Emergency Medical Services EMSP
Engineering ENGR
Engineering Design Graphics ARCE, DFTG
English ENGL, ETWR, HUMA (See Humanities)
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) See College Preparatory
Environmental Health and Safety Technology EPCT, OSHT
Eye Care Technology OPTS, POFM
Fire Protection Technology FIRS, FIRT
Foreign Languages See Modern Languages
Geography GEOG
Geology GEOL
Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management HMSY, IBUS, LMGT
Government GOVT
Health Information Management HITT, HPRS
History HIST
Homeland Security HMSY
Humanities HUMA
Instrumentation Technology CETT, CTEC, ENER, ELPT, EPCT, INCR, INTC, OSHT, TECM
Interior Design INDS
International Business, Logistics & Maritime See Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Legal Assistant See Paralegal
Long Term Care Administration LTCA
Maritime Transportation NAUT
Massage Therapy MSSG
Mathematics MATH
Medical Assisting MDCA
Medical Imaging Technology CTMT, CVTT, DMSO, MAMT, MRIT, RADR
Medical Laboratory Technology HLAB, MLAB, PLAB, SCIT
Mental Health Services CMSW, DAAC, PMHS, PSYT, SCWK
Mexican American Studies HUMA
Military Science AFSC, MSCI
Modern Languages CHIN, FREN, GERM, SGNL, SPAN
Music MUEN, MUSI, MUAP-private lesson
Non-Destructive Testing Technology METL, NDTE, QCTC, WLDG
Nursing RNSG
Occupational Therapy OTHA
Paralegal LGLA
Personal Trainer FITT, HPRS
Pharmacy Technician HPRS, PHRA
Philosophy PHIL
Physical Education/Health Education PHED
Physical Therapist Assistant PTHA
Physics ASTR, PHYS
Pipefitting/Fabricator Technician PFPB
Process Technology CTEC, ENER, PTAC, PTRT, SCIT
Psychology PSYC
Reading INRW, READ
Real Estate RELE
Respiratory Care RSPT
Restaurant Management See Culinary Arts
Sociology SOCI
Speech SPCH
Surgical Technology HPRS, SCIT, SRGT
Theatre and Film DRAM
Video and Film Production See Communications
Visual Communication See Art and Design
Vocational Nursing VNSG
Welding Technology WLDG

Definitions

Course Number: A four letter rubric (subject) and four digit number: SUBJ 1234. The first digit “0” indicates College Preparatory, “1” indicates freshman level; “2” indicates sophomore level. The second digit indicates the number of semester credit hours (SCH). The third and fourth digits uniquely identify the course.

Course Title: Descriptive title for transcript.

Description: A short description of the course content.

Course Prerequisites: Courses or basic skill levels as defined by Texas Success Initiative (TSI) required before enrollment.

(SCH:LEC-LAB): SCH = Semester credit hours of the course; LEC = Lecture contact hours per week for a 16-week course; LAB = Lab contact hours in a 16-week course.

Listed on the following pages are the course descriptions for classes available at San Jacinto Community College. The descriptions will help you choose courses which best fit your degree plan, career goals, and/or transfer requirements. The information about each course includes the course rubric and number, title, a brief description, any prerequisites or co-requisites, the semester credit hour and the weekly lecture and/or lab hours. An Index to Disciplines and an Index of Course Rubrics are located on the front part of this section along with helpful definitions. Note: Courses may not be offered online every semester

Throughout the catalog, course descriptions for classes available at San Jacinto College appear when users hover over a course rubric. The descriptions will help students choose courses that best fit their degree plan, career goals, and/or transfer requirements.

The information about each course includes the course rubric and number, title, a brief description, any prerequisites or co-requisites, the SCH, and the weekly lecture and/or lab hours.

Note: Courses may not be offered online every semester