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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know what courses I take at JCC will transfer to my desired program?
A. Because each transfer school may be different, it is best to check with each individual school.
What scores on AP Biology or AP Chemistry allow me to get credit for JCC courses?
A. A score of 3, 4 or 5 or higher will give you credit for Principles of Biology I and II for a total of 8 college credits.
How many credit hours or courses is a typical load for a semester at JCC?
A. In order to graduate in the traditional 2 year timeframe, a student should take 14-17 credit hours including 2 lab science courses and 1 math course.
How do I know what concentration to choose in the mathematics and science degree program?
A. Upon admission and registration, your academic advisor will tell you which concentration best matches your career path.
How can I make an appointment with a math and science academic advisor?
A. You can call 786-2320 to set up an appointment.
What type of tutoring is available for math and science?
A. We offer both professional and peer tutoring services for all lab science and math courses.