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The programs of study listed below increase students’ developmental skills and preparedness for college. To learn more about individual programs, certifications offered and available courses, please view the LBCC Noncredit College Catalog.
Students with intellectual, developmental and learning disabilities will learn skills necessary for social interactions, problem solving, communication and learning strategies to achieve success in academic, professional and personal settings.
Basic Skills Development
These courses are designed to assist students in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary for college and career readiness. Students will participate in a self-paced, flexible, open-entry and exit courses that provide structured and supportive instruction.
Counseling and Student Development
This program prepares students to work through challenging academic areas and develop plans for success in college. Students will learn strategies to improve academic performance and appraise learning strengths and weaknesses through assessment and analysis of results.
This program prepares students for academic success through increased knowledge of language arts and skills for the workplace and future educational opportunities.
This program prepares students for the GED test by developing their knowledge of language arts, social studies, math, and science.