Community College Course To Be Offered at Winters High School
Sign up now to be the first to take Solano Community College math course at Winters High School during the fall semester. By completing the course you will earn UC/CSU transferable credits in addition to satisfying your math requirements for non-STEM associates degrees. For high school students, since the course is offered through SCC you will receive a weighted grade, similar to AP classes, on your high school transcript.
MATH 011 – Elementary Statistics (CRN 81508) – Course Description: An introduction to elementary probability and statistics including the basic rules of probability, probability distributions, descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, estimation, correlation and regression analysis. Four hours lecture, one hour lab. The course satisfies the math requirement for most non-science, technology, engineering and mathematics students. Completing it meets the general education math requirement for an associate’s degree and is UC and CSU transferrable.
You can access the Solano Community College course catalog by clicking on the following link:
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY - you must complete Special Admit form can be found by clicking on the following link:
Mr. Fawcett will be available to sign the form beginning on July 28th. You can drop the form off at the high school or district office for his signature. Be sure to ask the receptionist to notify Mr. Fawcett when you drop the form off.
REMEMBER, THE SPECIAL ADMISSION FORM DOES NOT REGISTER YOU! You still need to visit my.solano.edu to register for: 81508 Math 11 – Elementary Statistics.
Have a great summer. School resumes on August 12.
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