NON-CREDIT/NO FEE COURSES

Course Number: LRNRE 501
Supervised Tutoring (Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: units, 1-15 hours laboratory (P/NP)
Open-entry/open-exit
Students may enroll for assistance in more than one college course per semester.
Description: Supervised tutoring, either individually or in small groups, to improve student success in college courses. 4930.09

Course Number: LRNRE 561 
Basic English for Life and Career Success (Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: 3 hours lecture (P/NP or SP)
Open-entry/open-exit
Recommended for students with disabilities. It is recommended that students see a Disability Services Program Counselor before enrolling.
Description: Introduction and practice in reading and writing skills for life/career success: Vocabulary development; reading documents in community life and the workplace; very basic writing for community, life and employment purposes; Internet and library use. 4930.32

Course Number: LRNRE 562
Basic Math for Life and Career Success (Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: 3 hours lecture (P/NP or SP)
Open-entry/open-exit
Recommended for students with disabilities. It is recommended that students see a Disability Services Program Counselor before enrolling.
Description: Basic mathematics for daily use in the community, home, and work: Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with and without a calculator; banking and credit cards; wages and benefit statements; budget planning. 4930.32

Course Number: LRNRE 566
Career Awareness, Disability and Success (Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: 3 hours lecture (P/NP or SP)
Open-entry/open-exit
Description: Introduction of career and job awareness and readiness for students with a disability: Focus on career and job-related interests, aptitudes, and personality characteristics; addresses impact of disability on job-related tasks and how to work around or accommodate such issues; discussion on disability-related community agencies, disability benefits versus employment salaries. 4930.32

Course Number: LRNRE 572
Computer Access Projects
(Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: 3 hours lecture (P/NP or SP)
Open-entry/open-exit
It is recommended that students see a Student Accessibility Services counselor before enrolling.
Course may be repeated as necessary per Title 5, Sec 56029
Description: Introduction to assistive software: Use of screen-reading, image enlargement, speech-recognition, scan/read or other software appropriate to the student’s disability; application of assistive software to complete assignments for mainstream courses. 4930.30