General Education Development (GED)

Noncredit Courses 

GED NC010 GED Test Subject - Reading (0 Units)

Hours: 200 (200 lecture)

This course prepares students for the GED Reasoning through Language Arts exam. Topics include applying critical thinking skills to reading fiction and informational texts; reviewing language mechanics, grammar, vocabulary, and editing skills; and writing extended response essays. Emphasis is also placed on developing test-taking strategies. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

GED NC020 GED Test Subject - Social Studies (0 Units)

Hours: 200 (200 lecture)

This course prepares students for the GED Social Studies exam. Topics include a review of key concepts in US government, US history, world history, and economics. Emphasis is placed on developing test-taking skills and strategies and on applying critical thinking skills to analyze text, graphs, tables, charts, and diagrams. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

GED NC030 GED Test Subject - Science (0 Units)

Hours: 200 (200 lecture)

This course prepares students for the GED Science exam. Topics include a review of key concepts and processes in biology, chemistry, physical, and earth and space science. Emphasis is placed on applying critical thinking skills to analyze text, graphs, tables, charts, and diagrams, and on developing test-taking strategies. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

GED NC040 GED Test Subject - Writing (0 Units)

Hours: 60 (60 lecture)

This course covers the Writing GED subject matter and provides students with test-taking skills, critical thinking and reading skills, and various approaches to essay writing including descriptive and narrative prose. GED book are used to ensure that the information students obtain is directly related to the Writing examination and practice tests are administered to verify that students are prepared to take (and pass) the Writing subject test. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

GED NC050 GED Test Subject - Mathematics (0 Units)

Hours: 200 (200 lecture)

This course prepares students for the GED Mathematics exam. Topics include review of whole-number operations, fractions, decimals, percent, geometry, and algebra. Emphasis is placed on developing test-taking skills as well as developing strategies for solving word problems, graph problems, and problems typically found on the GED and other mathematics exams. Course restricted to 98 repetitions