Catalog & Course Schedule
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Credit Class Schedules
- : Classes marked with a check mark (✓) meet the General Education requirements
- : This number and course title help you find your course description in the EICC catalog.
- : The number of academic credits earned for successful completion of the course. If you are planning to transfer credits to another college or university, please consult an advisor to ensure the course(s) you select will transfer.
- : A "P" after the credit hours indicates that the course demands a prerequired course. We try to identify every course needing a prerequisite, but if there is any question, consult your advisor.
- : A list of the prerequisites required for the class.
- : The six-digit computer number indicates each section of a course being offered. There is one number for each different time the class is being offered. Multiple class times listed beneath a single computer number means that a particular class will be meeting at all of those times and days.
- The first letter denotes the campus offering the class (C for Clinton, M for Muscatine, S for Scott)
- The second two letters explaining the method of instruction. Methods of instruction are: LL for lecture/lab; EC for eCollege; EH for hybrid (classroom lecture/online); EP for eCompanion; ER for eCollege Restricted; CO for correspondence; IS for Independent Study; OS for offsite; and HS for high school
- The number indicates the section
- : M = Monday, T = Tuesday, W = Wednesday, R = Thursday, F = Friday, S = Saturday
|Section Name||Course Title||Credits|
|BUS-102||Introduction to Business||3|
|BUS-167||Leadership and Professionalism I||1|
|CRJ-100||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|CSC-110||Introduction to Computers||3|
|GEO-121||World Regional Geography||3|
|GLS-100||Contemporary World Issues||3|
|HIS-117||Western Civilization I: Ancient and Medieval||3|
|HIS-118||Western Civilization II: Early Modern||3|
|HIS-151||U.S. History to 1877||3|
|HIS-152||U.S. History since 1877||3|
|HSC-105||Introduction to Health Occupations||1|
|HSC-106||Contemporary Health Issues||3|
|HUM-110||Changes and Choices||3|
|HUM-137||Humanities of the Modern World||3|
|LIT-101||Introduction to Literature||3|
|MAT-110||Math for Liberal Arts||3|
|MGT-101||Principles of Management||3|
|MKT-110||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MUS-204||History of Rock and Roll||3|
|NET-159||Cisco Packet Tracer||1|
|NET-679||TCP/IP and Subnetting||1|
|PHI-105||Introduction to Ethics||3|
|POL-111||American National Government||3|
|PSY-111||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|REL-101||Survey of World Religions||3|
|SOC-110||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC-120||Marriage and Family||3|
How to Register for Classes
Contact your advisor
Your academic advisor is an essential part of your college journey, so be sure to contact them regularly to make sure you’re on the right track. Find your advisor’s name by visiting EICConnect and navigating to the Self Service - Student Planning Module - Plan & Schedule - Advising tab.
If you need help connecting to your advisor, contact:
- Clinton Community College: email@example.com or 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College: firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College: email@example.com or 563-441-4000
For current students only.