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DS 097: Intermediate Reading

Developmental Studies

A remedial course designed to help students improve basic reading skills, vocabulary, and comprehension. Students whose ACT reading subscore is less than 17, SAT verbal score is less than 400 or SATR Evidence Based Reading and Writing score is less than 470 must enroll in DS 097 during their first semester of enrollment and continue in the course until receiving a passing grade. Students with ACT reading scores of 17, 18, or 19 are encouraged to take Intermediate Reading. Students enrolled in Intermediate Reading are not allowed to enroll in courses that are considered reading intensive. (nondegree).

3 Credits


  • Developmental Studies Program Only

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for DS 097

Subject Areas

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