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|
|Emergency Medical Services||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 Technology||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|
Course Description Definitions
Throughout the catalog, course descriptions for classes available at San Jacinto College appear when users hover over a course rubric in a program’s Plan of Study or Transfer Plan as well as in the Courses A-Z list. 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, co-requisites, or concurrencies, the semester credit hours (SCH), and the weekly lecture and/or lab hours.
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.
Course Description: A short description of the course content.
- Prerequisite: Course students must take before the course for which it is a prerequisite.
- Co-requisite: Course students must take at the same time as the course for which it is a co-requisite.
- Concurrent: Course students may take before or at the same time as the course for which it is concurrent; listed as Prerequisite with concurrency in the catalog.
(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.
Note: Courses may not be offered online every semester