Aims offers alternatives for UNC students to earn credits this summerSubmitted on: 04-14-2007
Aims Community College is offering University of Northern Colorado students more choices to take classes this summer. At the Aims Downtown Center, 815 8th Ave., students can take Early Civilizations and English Composition and earn six credits in six weeks. Early Civilizations runs from May 27 through July 10, from 8:40 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. English Composition is offered starting May 28 through July 7, from 8:40 a.m. to noon on Mondays and Wednesdays. For more information on these classes, call the Aims Downtown Center at (970) 339-6550. Math classes ranging from Survey of Algebra through Calculus III are being offered at the Greeley campus starting on May 27 through August 6. Students can also take Survey of Algebra at the Fort Lupton and Loveland campuses, as well as online. Survey of Algebra is equivalent to UNCís Math 023. College Algebra transfers as Math 124. Trigonometry transfers as Math 125. Integrated Math transfers as Math 181. Calculus I transfers as Math 131. Calculus III transfers as Math 233. For more information on these math classes, call Aims Mathematics Chair Marsha Driskill at (970) 339-6637. In-district students pay $52 per credit hour, which is the most affordable tuition cost on the Front Range. Credits from Aims Community College transfer not only to UNC, but also to all other state universities.
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