Course Catalog

Academic Procedures

All degree/diploma/certificate-seeking students are assigned academic advisors. Students may contact the Student Affairs Office, or their BanWeb account, to determine advisor assignment. All students are required to see their advisor before attempting to register for the term. Students are also encouraged to seek counsel from their advisors to resolve problems or issues encountered within the academic program during the term. The academic advisement session can also include, but is not limited to, the following items:

For New Students:

  1. Admission Process
  2. Placement Testing
  3. Orientation Session
  4. Official Transcripts
  5. Major
  6. Career Objectives
  7. Specialized Program Admission Requirements
  8. Co/Prerequisites in Program Courses
  9. Learning Support
  10. Online Courses
  11. Financial Aid
  12. Financial Obligations That Must Be Met By 1st Day
  13. Dual Major Advisement
  14. Affirm Student’s Decision to Attend
  15. Inform Student of Clubs and Organizations

For Current/Returning Students:

  1. Major and Goal
  2. Learning Support Completion
  3. Satisfactory Progress within Program
  4. Academic Probation or Suspension
  5. Readmission Requirements
  6. Special Needs or Time Constraints
  7. Co/Prerequisites in General Core
  8. Special Needs or Time Constraints
  9. Online Courses
  10. Financial Aid
  11. Financial Obligations that Must Be Met By 1st Day
  12. Dual Major Advisement
  13. Affirm Student’s Decision to Attend
  14. Inform Student of Clubs and Organizations

Students registering for courses outside of the advisor recommendation may have financial implications and delay expected graduation.

Course Numbering System

The Technical College System of Georgia applies a statewide system of coding for each approved course within a program. This system includes a four alpha prefix combined with a four digit number. The four digit number delineates the level of the course, as explained below:

Remedial courses 0987

Remedial courses will not be applied towards a student’s program of study and will not count in the hours required to meet graduation requirements. Some students may be required to complete remedial courses in order to enhance their knowledge in areas of reading, writing, math, or algebra to better prepare them for other general education core courses.

General Education Core courses

Diploma courses: 1000 – 1099
Degree courses: 1100 – 2999

Occupational courses

1000 – 2999* (*Advanced level courses may begin with a 2000 number code)