The goal for Developmental Studies courses at Fayetteville Technical Community College is to offer a wide range of learning in reading, writing, math and study skills. After placement assessment, students who show need in one or more areas will be placed in the appropriate Developmental Studies courses ( reading, writing, math and study skills), which are prerequisites to General Education courses. Developmental Studies classes are offered day and evening to accommodate every student who needs them.
Courses are designed to:
•Develop in each learner the skills and attitudes necessary for the attainment of academic, career and life goals
•Ensure proper placement by assessing each learner's level of preparedness for college coursework
•Maintain academic standards by enabling learners to acquire competencies needed for success in mainstream college courses
•Increase student retention
•Have been out of college for a while
•Could use strategies for becoming a better student
•Are interested in discovering new ways to better retain the information you learn
These classes are for you! Get more detailed course description on Developmental Studies offered below.
Grades earned in Developmental Studies are not included in the student’s academic grade point average and credit hours earned do not count toward graduation. However, grades earned are included in the student's financial aid grade point average as well as other financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress components.
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