Index to Subjects
|Air Conditioning Technology||HART|
|Art (ARTS) and Design||ARTC, ARTS, ARTV, GRPH, IMED, PHTC|
|Automotive Collision Repair Technology||ABDR|
|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|
|Child Development/Early Childhood Education||CDEC, TECA|
|College Preparatory||ENGL, ESOL, GUST, INRW, MATH, READ|
|Computer Information Technology||CPMT, EECT, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITCC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, ITSW, ITSY|
|Criminal Justice||CJCR, CJLE, CJSA, CRIJ|
|Culinary Arts||CHEF, HAMG, IFWA, PSTR, RSTO|
|Dietetics||DITA, FDNS, HECO, IFWA|
|Drama||See Theatre and Film|
|Electrical Technology||CETT, EECT, ELPT, RBPT|
|Electronics Technology||CETT, CPMT, EECT, ELMT, FCEL, RBTC|
|Emergency Medical Technology||EMSP|
|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|
|Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management||HMSY, IBUS, LMGT|
|Health Information Management||HITT, HPRS|
|Instrumentation Technology||CETT, CTEC, ENER, ELPT, EPCT, INCR, INTC, OSHT, TECM|
|International Business, Logistics & Maritime||See Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management|
|Legal Assistant||See Paralegal|
|Long Term Care Administration||LTCA|
|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|
|Personal Trainer||FITT, HPRS|
|Pharmacy Technician||HPRS, PHRA|
|Physical Education/Health Education||PHED|
|Physical Therapist Assistant||PTHA|
|Process Technology||CTEC, ENER, PTAC, PTRT, SCIT|
|Restaurant Management||See Culinary Arts|
|Surgical Technology||HPRS, SCIT, SRGT|
|Theatre and Film||DRAM|
|Video and Film Production||See Communications|
|Visual Communication||See Art and Design|
An alphabetic prefix called a rubric, usually containing four characters, is used to designate the subject area of the course or department through which the course is offered.
Each course is given a four-character numeric code, called the course number. The first digit denotes the academic level or year in which college-level courses are usually taken. The number “1” indicates freshman or first-year courses; the number “2” indicates sophomore or second-year courses. When the first number is “0,” the course is College Preparatory level. The second digit represents the semester credit hour (SCH) value of the course. The third and fourth digits are for departmental sequencing and make the course number unique within the subject area of the department. Consecutive numbers are not always used; however, in general, higher numbers are used for the more advanced courses while lower numbers are used for less advanced courses.
Numbers in parentheses at the end of each course description indicate the following: first digit, semester credit hours; second digit, lecture hours per week; third digit, laboratory hours per week.
Course Number: A four letter rubric (subject) and four digit number: SUBJ 1234. First digit “0” indicates College Preparatory, “1” indicates freshman level; “2” indicates sophomore level. Second digit indicates number of semester hours of credit. 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 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.
Throughout the catalog, course descriptions for classes available at San Jacinto College appear when you hover over a course rubric. The descriptions will help you choose courses that 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.
Note: Courses may not be offered online every semester