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Courses with Optional honors Contracts In addition to honors courses, students may also fulfill honors requirements through honors contracts in selected courses. Contact the Honors Office or the instructors for individual contract requirements. ACCT ARTS ARTS ARTS BIOL BIOL BUSI CHEM CHEM CHEM COMM DAAC DRAM ENGL ENGL ENVR GISC 2402 1301 1303 1304 1406 1407 2301 1405 1411 1419 2289A 2343 2120 1302 23__ 1401 1311 GOVT GOVT HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST 2305 2306 1301 1302 2301 2321 2322 HUMA 1301 HUMA 1302 IBUS 1305 KINE MUAP 1301 2___ MUSC MUSI MUSI PHIL PHIL PHYS PHYS 1331 2311 2312 1301 1304 1401 1402 PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS 1405 1407 2425 2426 22 Principles of Accounting II – Managerial Art Appreciation Art History I Art History II General Biology I General Biology II Business Law Introductory Inorganic Chemistry General Chemistry I Introductory Organic Chemistry Audio Recording Cooperative Current Issues Theatre Arts Lab III English Composition II Sophomore Level English Courses Environmental Science Introduction to Geographical Information Systems Federal Government Texas Government History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. Since 1877 History of Texas History of World Civilizations to 1500 History of World Civilizations from 1500 to Present Introduction to the Humanities I Introduction to the Humanities II Introduction to International Business & Trade Foundations in Physical Education Applied Music (all sophomore major courses) MIDI I Music Theory III Music Theory IV Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to World Religions College Physics I: Mechanics and Heat College Physics II: Sound, Electricity, Magnetism, Light, and Modern Physics Conceptual Physics I Conceptual Physics II University Physics I University Physics II PSYC PSYC RNSG RNSG SOCI SOCI SPCH 2314 2316 1343 2263 1301 2319 1315 Life Span Growth and Development Psychology of Personality Complex Concepts of Adult Health Clinical Nursing Registered Nurse Training Introductory Sociology Multi-Cultural Studies Principles of Public Speaking policies Regarding Credit, Grades, and Student Records The Semester Credit hour (SCh) The unit of measure generally used in counting college credit is the Semester Credit Hour, or SCH. It represents the work done by a class which meets one hour a week for one semester (16-weeks). Classes which have a credit value of three SCH meet for three hours each week, or the equivalent over a shorter session. In shorter terms (summer terms, for example) three SCH courses usually meet more times per week and/or for longer periods of time. Freshmen are defined as students who have successfully completed fewer than thirty (30) SCH of college-level coursework at the beginning of a registration period. Sophomores are defined as having successfully completed thirty (30) or more SCH. Grades and Grade points Grades awarded in credit classes at Lee College, their grade point value, and their meanings are set forth below. Also, see "Grades for Repeated Courses," on the following page, and "Developmental Courses," p. 134. Grade A B C D F P I NC W1 W2 Grade points/SCh 4 3 2 1 0 W3 W4 W5 *See drop explanations Interpretations Excellent Good Average or Fair Poor (barely passing) Failure Passing Incomplete Non-Credit Student Initiated Drop* Instructor Initiated Drop* (Drop during drop period) Administrative Withdrawal Student Withdrawal Withdrawal (lapsed incomplete)*

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