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Early College

For Lacey High School Students

Fall Courses Available at Lacey High School

HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
English I English I Students compose and revise expository essays totaling 3500 words, minimum. Through a series of primarily text-based writing assignments, the course reinforces and stresses the further development of critical reading and thinking, ethical reasoning, the writing process, and information literacy. Code 1 course fee. ENGL-151 / Y1 John Fischer
English I English I Students compose and revise expository essays totaling 3500 words, minimum. Through a series of primarily text-based writing assignments, the course reinforces and stresses the further development of critical reading and thinking, ethical reasoning, the writing process, and information literacy. Code 1 course fee. ENGL-151 / Y2 John Fischer
HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
US History to 1877 US History to 1877 A survey of the history of the United States from the discovery of the Western Hemisphere to the end of the Reconstruction period (1877). The course includes political, social and economic factors important in the foundation of America. HIST-173 / Y1 Joseph Romayo
US History to 1877 US History to 1877 A survey of the history of the United States from the discovery of the Western Hemisphere to the end of the Reconstruction period (1877). The course includes political, social and economic factors important in the foundation of America. HIST-173 / Y2 Joseph Romayo
HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
Intro to Statistics Intro to Statistics An introductory level course for non-mathematics majors who need or desire a working knowledge of statistics. This course is oriented towards all fields in which statistics finds applications. Topics include: summarizing data, probability, normal and binomial distributions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals and correlation. Code 2 course fee. Code 2 course fee. MATH-156 / Y1 Melissa Frisch
HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
Environmental Science Environmental Science An introduction to current environmental problems and the processes used to analyze them from perspectives of the biological, geological, and social sciences. Field and laboratory experiences incorporated into the course. Students will be required to travel to offsite laboratory locations. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course have completed high school biology and high school chemistry. Code 5 course fee. Code 5 course fee. ENVI-152 / Y1 Melissa Bullock
HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
Student Success Seminar Student Success Seminar This comprehensive course is designed to build a solid foundation for a successful college experience. This seminar based course will help students develop the emotional and intellectual skills necessary to work toward graduation and their chosen career. In addition to learning to develop a self-motivated academic passion, students can expect to develop their critical thinking and academic skills. The course will also enable students to connect to the campus community through an analytical and information literacy component and service learning experience. Code 1 course fee. STSC-150 / Y1 Jennifer Sullivan
Student Success Seminar Student Success Seminar This comprehensive course is designed to build a solid foundation for a successful college experience. This seminar based course will help students develop the emotional and intellectual skills necessary to work toward graduation and their chosen career. In addition to learning to develop a self-motivated academic passion, students can expect to develop their critical thinking and academic skills. The course will also enable students to connect to the campus community through an analytical and information literacy component and service learning experience. Code 1 course fee. STSC-150 / Y2 Adam Taha
Student Success Seminar Student Success Seminar This comprehensive course is designed to build a solid foundation for a successful college experience. This seminar based course will help students develop the emotional and intellectual skills necessary to work toward graduation and their chosen career. In addition to learning to develop a self-motivated academic passion, students can expect to develop their critical thinking and academic skills. The course will also enable students to connect to the campus community through an analytical and information literacy component and service learning experience. Code 1 course fee. STSC-150 / Y3 Adam Taha
HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description Course Code/ Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
Intro to Sociology Intro to Sociology This course presents the fundamental concepts, sociological perspectives, and methods of social research. Course topics include culture, socialization, deviance, social class, race and ethnicity, and gender and sexuality. Code 1 course fee. SOCI-181 / Y1 Jennifer Sullivan
Intro to Sociology Intro to Sociology This course presents the fundamental concepts, sociological perspectives, and methods of social research. Course topics include culture, socialization, deviance, social class, race and ethnicity, and gender and sexuality. Code 1 course fee. SOCI-181 / Y2 Jennifer Sullivan

Questions?

Contact Kayla Stahl at kstahl@ocean.edu or 732.255.0400 extension 2948.

Need to Know

  • Deadlines

    Fall Semester 9/15/21
    Spring Semester is 2/12/22

  • Costs & Textbooks

    • $105.00 per credit
    • Textbooks are included for $20 per credit
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