High School Course Prerequisites
for Clemson Freshmen
Most students accepted at Clemson have taken college preparatory
programs in high school. Clemson expects applicants for freshman
admission for the 2008-2009 academic year to complete the following
courses in high school:
English - 4 credits
All four courses must have strong grammar and composition components,
with at least one in English literature and at least one in American literature.
College preparatory English I, II, III and IV will meet these requirements.
Mathematics - 3 credits
These include algebra I (for which applied mathematics I and II may count
together as a substitute if a student successfully completes algebra II),
algebra II and geometry.
Laboratory Science - 3 credits
Two must be selected from Biology I, chemistry I or physics I.
Foreign Language - 3 credits*
All credits must be earned in the same language.
Social Sciences - 3 credits
American history is required. A half credit of government and a half credit of
economics are also recommended.
Other - 2 credits
One of these must be a fourth year of mathematics, laboratory science
or foreign language. Students interested in engineering are strongly
encouraged to take a fourth year of mathematics. This course should be
selected from precalculus, calculus, statistics or discrete mathematics. The
second credit must be in advanced mathematics, computer science or a
combination of these; or one unit of world history, world geography or
Physical Education/ROTC - 1 credit
* Students who have completed fewer than three credits of the same foreign language
are encouraged to apply. Any documentation provided by the high school guidance
staff explaining the reason(s) this requirement could not be fulfilled will be considered
when reviewing the student's application.
The link below will take you to the transcript request page of Clemson University's website. The site contains fairly explicit directions on requesting a transcript.
All courses are run by cmj university in its campus only. As per supremecourt ruling, there is no need for any university to take approval from any council if she runs courses in its campus.
there is no need for any university to take approval from NCTE OR AICTE to run courses in her campus
Assuming that you want to take courses to enable you to pursue a law degree, you should contact the university where you want to get that degree. The admissions office will evaluate your transcript and tell you which courses you need to take and will advise you where you can find those courses.
Basically all you need to take is in maths and science but u can do biology and chemistry.
Correspondence courses, or home study courses allow you to take college courses at home without the need to attend lectures at a college campus. An example of an organisation that offers college courses that can be taken at home is the Open University.
You need to have at least a 3.25 but that is based off of the courses you take. A 3.4 is recommended.
You would need the basics, probably including calculus, physics, English and other courses described in the catalogue for that university.
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Phlebotomy is related to the health care field. You can take courses for this anywhere that you can take nursing courses. You do not need to go to a University. Many technical schools offer phlebotomy training.
What courses do you take in universities to become a pediatrician?
Duke University does not have a vet school.