Fall 2014 Credit - Fast Track 1

Last Updated: 10/30/2014


The Fast Track option is a new method for completing the courses required for the Associate in Arts or Associate in Sciences degree within a one-year time frame. Courses are offered in four, four-week terms during the full-length semester. New courses begin each month, which allows maximum flexibility in completing associate degree requirements.

Fast Track and flexible-term courses are no different in content from regular semester-length courses. Classes are more intensive, and students attend class more hours each week to learn what is needed to complete the course. Classes taken in any format (Fast Track, Telecourse, full-length semester, etc.) may be applied toward the completion of any degree.

Fast Track courses transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Be sure to verify course transferability for specific four-year college and university degree programs.

Night classes listed in shaded color

Course-Num-Sect(Reg#)
Title
Class Meeting
Information
Faculty Loc
Credits
Start/End
Date
Co-req
Sections
Class
Features
PSYC-2301  General Psychology
PSYC-2301 is part of the DCCCD Core Curriculum Tier 2 - Self and Society.
PSYC-2301-41420 (910797)
General Psychology
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Chandler, Kimberly  Vita
EFC
3
8/25/14
10/17/14
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Internet Based
Fast Track 1
Lecture
Core  
 NOTE: PSYC-2301-41420 FAST-TRACK ONLINE. Begins Aug 25; ends Oct 17. To access course & print syllabus, go to http://ecampus.dcccd.edu EMAIL: KimChandler@dcccd.edu; 972-860-8388

Last Updated: 10/30/2014