What types of courses are offered at city colleges?


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American literature, college algebra, American sign language, statistics and music theory are the types of courses offered at city colleges. Most city colleges offer all of the types of courses that are consistent with a humanities core curriculum and all common degree paths in the arts and sciences, such as mathematics, language, philosophy and history.

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What types of courses are offered at city colleges?
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The English program at the City College of San Francisco includes such courses academic writing and reading, American literature from its beginnings to the Civil War, poetry, Shakespeare and contemporary women's writing.

The City College of Fort Lauderdale is more of a technical college, providing two- and four-year degrees in anesthesia, criminal justice, veterinary technology, business administration and health care administration. Animal anatomy, veterinary dentistry, domestic animal handling and surgery for veterinary nurses are some of the courses in the veterinary technician degree path.

The City College at Montana State University Billings is a comprehensive two-year college offering associate degrees in business, computer technology and general studies for students seeking to enter the workforce after graduation or transfer to a four-year college.

The City College MSU Billings associate of arts in general studies is self-designed, and finite mathematics, introduction to technical writing, biology, college physics and introduction to psychology are some of the offered courses.

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