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    Johnson State College
  Feb 17, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

How To Use This Catalog

  • You are now viewing the JSC Undergraduate Catalog. To switch to the Graduate Catalog, choose that option from the drop-down menu above.
  • From any Academic Program page, click the “paper” icon (at the top or bottom) to create a complete degree plan with courses of study for that program, which can then be printed and kept for reference.
  • Click on any course to drop down a course description and related info (including any hyperlinked pre-requisites, which also may be opened). To close out of the description, click the course name again.
  • Select  “Course Descriptions” from the left navigation to pull up every course organized chronologically by course type, then course number. The search box at top allows you to filter this list a variety of ways. Select “Filter” to see search results for the criteria you have entered. (Note: An asterisk [*] can be used as a wildcard in the “Code or Number” field. If you want to see all 3000-level courses searches, for example, enter 3* in that field.) 
  • You can create your own “Favorites” folder where you can store courses, programs of study, catalog information, etc. To do this, set up an account by selecting the “My Favorites” link in the left-hand navigation (bottom link). To add items to your Favorites folder, simply click the star icon at the top or bottom. 
  • The help menu (“?” icon) is user friendly and should answer any questions you may have.

If you notice any errors or questionable content, please email the Assistant Academic Dean.