Course Descriptions

The Office of Educational Services schedules class offerings each semester and chairs the committee that approves all academic and workforce programs offered at FPC.  Educational Services in partnership with the FPC Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee reviews program areas on a scheduled timeline and each program’s curriculum is revised as needed.  This process allows FPC to continually provide three important services to its students: (1) the latest in technology and other workforce programs; (2) the appropriate academic programs needed to further their education; and, (3) the skills needed to broaden their employment opportunities. 

 

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Course Descriptions

Accounting

Government

 

Agriculture

Graphic Design

 

Anthropology

History

 

Arts

Instrumentation – Electrical - Pump & Engine - Process Technology

 

Biology

Learning Framework

 

Business

Mathematics

 

Preparatory Math

 

Chemistry

Medical Terminology

 

College-Preparatory Education

Music

 

Computer Technology

Nursing

 

Cosmetology - Nail Technology - Cosmetology Instructor

Physical Education

 

Creative Arts (Humanities)

Physics

 

Criminal Justice

Psychology

 

Economics

Sociology

 

Education

Spanish

 

English

 

Preparatory English

Speech

 

First Year Institute Seminar Freshman Orientation (FYIS)

Welding Technology

 

Geology

                         

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