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Prerequisites

New Prerequisite Requirements at RRCC

To better prepare students for their advanced studies, RRCC now requires students to meet prerequisites before taking certain courses. These prerequisites apply to the following guarantee transfer courses.

Beginning with Spring 2011

Several courses must meet ONE of the following:

• English ACT of 18 or higher
• Accuplacer in Sentence Skills of 95 or higher
• ENG 090 or ENG 121 with a “C” or better

Test scores must be less than five years old and transcripts must be on file prior to registration.

Many other RRCC courses require various pre-requisites. Check with an advisor for further details.

Prerequisites impact the following courses Download Prerequisite Flyer

Arts & Expression
ART 110 – Art Appreciation
ART 111/112 – Art History I/II
ART 207 – Art 1900 to Present
DAN 125 – History of Dance
MUS 120 – Music Appreciation
MUS 121/122 – Intro to Music History I/II
MUS 123 – Survey of World Music
MUS 125 – History of Jazz
THE 105 – Theater Appreciation
THE 108 Theatre Script Analysis
THE 211/212 – Development of Theatre I/II
THE 215 Playwriting

Literature & Humanities
HUM 115 World Mythology
HUM 121/122/123 – Survey of Humanities I/II/III
LIT 115 – Intro to Literature
LIT 201/202 – Masterpieces of Literature I/II
LIT 205 – Ethnic Literature
LIT 211/212 – Survey of American Lit. I/II
LIT 221/222 – Survey of British Literature I/II
LIT 225 – Intro to Shakespeare
LIT 259 Survey of African American Literature
LIT 268 – Celtic Literature

Ways of Thinking
PHI 111 – Intro to Philosophy
PHI 112 – Ethics
PHI 113 – Logic
PHI 114 – Comparative Religion
PHI 115 World Religions West
PHI 116 World Religions East
PHI 214 – Philosophy of Religion
PHI 218 – Philosophy of the Environment
Foreign Languages
FL 211/212 – 2nd yr. Foreign Language III/IV
French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Communication
English 121 – English Composition I
English 122 – English Composition II
COM 115 – Public Speaking
COM 125 – Interpersonal Communication

History
HIS 101/102 – History of Western Civ. I/II
HIS 111/112 – World Civilization I/II
HIS 201/202 – U.S. History I/II
HIS 205 Women in World History
HIS 207 American Environmental History
HIS 208 American Indian History
HIS 215 – Women in History
HIS 225 – Colorado History
HIS 236 U.S. History Since 1945
HIS 243 History of Modern China
HIS 244 – History of Latin America
HIS 245 U.S. in the World
HIS 247 – Contemporary World History

Economic & Political Systems
AGE 102 Agriculture Economics
ECO 101 – Economics of Social Issues
ECO 201/202 – Macro/Micro Economics
ECO 245 – Environmental Economics
POS 105 – Intro to Political Science
POS 111 – American Government
POS 125 – American State and Local Government
POS 205 – International Relations
POS 215 Current Political Issues
POS 225 – Comparative Government

Geography

GEO 105 – World Regional Geography
GEO 106 – Human Geography

Human Behavior – Culture or Social Frameworks
AGR 260 World Interdependence: Population and Food
ANT 101 – Cultural Anthropology
ANT 102 Cultural Anthropology Laboratory
ANT 103 Archaeology Laboratory
ANT 104 Physical Anthropology Laboratory
ANT 107 – Intro to Archeology
ANT 108 Archaeology of World Rock Art
ANT 111 – Physical Anthropology
ANT 201 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
ANT 250 Medical Anthropology
ANT 215 – Indians of North America
COM 220 Intercultural Communication
ETH 200 Introduction to Ethnic Studies
SOC 237 Sociology of Death and Dying
JOU 105 – Intro to Mass Media
PSY 101/102 – General Psychology I/II
PSY 205 – Psychology of Gender
PSY 217 – Human Sexuality
PSY 226 – Social Psychology
PSY 227 – Psychology of Death & Dying
PSY 235 – Human Growth & Development
PSY 238 – Child Development
PSY 240 – Health Psychology
PSY 249 – Abnormal Psychology
SOC 101/102 – Intro to Sociology I/II
SOC 205 – Sociology of Family Dynamics
SOC 207 – Environmental Sociology
SOC 215 – Contemporary Social Problems
SOC 216 – Sociology of Gender
SOC 218 – Sociology of Diversity
SOC 220 – Sociology of Religion
SOC 231 – Sociology of Deviant Behavior

Physical & Life Sciences
AGY 240 Introductory Soil Science
AST 101/102 – Astronomy I/II
BIO 105 – Science of Biology
BIO 103 Principles of Animal Biology
BIO 111/112 – General College Biology I/II
BIO 116 Introduction to Human Disease
BIO 201/202 – Anatomy & Physiology I/II
BIO 204 – Microbiology
BIO 208 – General College Microbiology
BIO 220 – General Zoology
BIO 221 – Botany
CHE 101 – Intro to Chemistry I
CHE 102 – Intro to Chemistry II
CHE 105 Chemistry in Context
CHE 111/112 – General College Chemistry I/II
ENV 101 – Environmental Science
GEY 108 Geology of National Parks
GEO 111 – Physical Geography: Landforms
GEO 112 – Physical Geography: Weather & Climate
GEY 111 – Physical Geology
GEY 112 Historical Geology
GEY 121 – Historical Geology
GEY 135 Environmental Geology
MET 150 – General Meteorology
NRE 251 General Oceanography 1
PHY 105 – Conceptual Physics
PHY 107 – Energy Science and Technology
PHY 111/112 – Physics: Algebra Based I/II
PHY 211/212 – Physics: Calculus Based I/II
SCI 105 Science in Society
SCI 155/156 – Integrated Science I/II

 

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Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
or call us at: 303.914.6255
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