Jul 01, 2022  
2022-2023 Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Please see the Prefix Listing  for a description of each prefix.

LOCATIONS: B=Beatrice Campus, L=Lincoln Campus, M=Milford Campus, O=Online, Q=Education Square downtown Lincoln location. Please note that many SCC courses are offered in a variety of formats including face-to-face, online, and hybrid (50% or more face-to-face classroom instruction plus 50% or less online). See the Credit Class Schedule or the course listings on WebAdvisor each term for details on the method of delivery.

Special and Individualized Courses
Special Topics Course (numbered 2790-2799 with program prefix), are one-time course offerings covering a specific topic that cannot be offered on a consistent basis. The course needs to be approved through the SCC approval process and follow all guidelines affiliated with a regular course, i.e. course syllabus and outline.
Individual Special Topic (numbered 2999 with program prefix), are courses listed in various programs in which a student will be required to do an individual project. The course will be an elective course only, and will require a course syllabus and outline for the student enrolled in the course.

 

Paramedic

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Physical Education

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Intercollegiate Athletics

The following courses will allow student athletes to earn credit through participation in intercollegiate athletics. Regular attendance and participation in all squad activities required.

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Philosophy

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Photography

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Pharmacy Technician

Students must be admitted to the program to register for courses.  Pharmacy courses must be taken in sequence. Please note: Students are required to take labs in-person at the Lincoln Campus. All clinicals must be taken at SCC-approved sites.

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Physical Science

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Plumbing

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Political Science

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Polysomnographic Technology

These program courses are only available online.

Please note: Students must identify the Sleep Technologists’ licensure guidelines for their state of residence.

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Psychology

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Physical Therapist Assistant

Please note: Students must be admitted into the program and have completed all General Education requirements and additional required courses with the required grade point averages before taking any PTAS courses. Each PTAS course must be taken in sequence and completed with a minimum grade of C+ to continue in the program. 

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