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Learning Communities are programs in which a group of students enrolls in two or more courses organized around a common theme, project or problem. The purpose of learning communities is to create a more integrated experience, to provide greater coherence in the curriculum and to increase collaboration of students and faculty in the pursuit of learning.

Classes by Subject

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Automotive Technology
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Business Administration
Business Office Systems and Support (Formerly listed as Office Technology)
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Criminal Justice
Cyber Security
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Developmental Integrated Reading and Writing (See also Developmental Reading and Developmental Writing)
Developmental Reading
Developmental Writing
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Education
English
English as a Second Language
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Government
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Health Information Technology
History
Hospitality, Exhibition and Event Management
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Languages
ESOL [English as a Second Language]
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Marketing Careers
Medical Front Office
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Philosophy
Psychology
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Religion (See Philosophy)
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Social Work
Speech Communication
Substance Abuse Counseling