Classification of Courses
Transfer - College transfer courses, or arts and science courses, are designed to be equivalent to the lower division offerings of senior colleges and universities, where they lead to the baccalaureate degree.
Career or Vocational - Career or vocational courses are designed primarily to satisfy the requirements of the A.A.S. degree.
Developmental Courses - These courses can be identified by the “0” as the first digit in the course number.
General Studies - Courses with the prefixes BASK, BVS, FIMP, HOSK, HSEN, ICDE, and PDEV are considered general studies. These course descriptions are not listed in the catalog.
Community Service Courses - Courses with the prefixes HLRA, UNCL, ECDL, UFH, and CSR are community service courses. These course descriptions are not listed in the catalog.
Course Description Legend
The following are course descriptions for credit courses offered by Joliet Junior College. Each course can be identified by a prefix and a number, followed by a series of numbers as illustrated below.
The mission statement of the college reflects the commitment to provide all students with opportunities to acquire the global and multicultural awareness necessary for the 21st century. Students planning to pursue an international studies or international business degree at a four-year college/university may wish to select some of these courses. These degrees may lead to careers in government service, electronic and print journalism, teaching, business, and international service.