b'Developmental Studies Before enrolling in any English or mathematics courses**, students must submit ACT scores or take a basic skills tests at MGCCC in reading, writing, and mathematics (currently ACCUPLACER test). If there is evidence of academic deficiency in any of these areas, students will be placed in the 4-hour co-requisite version of English Composition I and/or College Algebra which includes an additional lab component. MGCCC COURSE PLACEMENT GUIDELINE English Placement CourseNext Generation Accuplacer Scores*ACT ScoresTraditional Accuplacer Scores ENG 1114 - English Composition IWriting + Reading = 400-501English = 0-16SS+RC = 40-174 ENG 1113 - English Composition IWriting+Reading = 502 or higherEnglish = 17-36SS+RC = 175-240 Math Placement CourseNext Generation Accuplacer Scores*ACT ScoresTraditional Accuplacer Scores MAT 1314 - College AlgebraAdvanced Algebraic Functions = 200-253Math = 0-18Elem Algebra = 20-72 MAT 1313 - College Algebra orAdvanced Algebraic Functions = 254 or higherMath = 19- Elem Algebra = 73-Higher36120 *Next Generation Accuplacer scores range from 200-300 for each test. **Does not include Technical English (ENG 1033) or Technical Math (MAT 1033) eLearning Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College offers credit courses through the Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC) Consortium. Delivered by qualified and well-trained faculty members, eLearning courses address the same student learning outcomes and are considered the same credit as the "on-site" equivalent courses. eLearning courses may be used as credit to fulfill graduation requirements of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. For more information, visit the eLearning website at: https://mgccc.edu/elearning/. Non-Credit Offerings A. Community Education At MGCCC, continuing education is a delivery system for individual participation in lifelong learning offerings for self-enrichment, occupational or professional development, and/or keeping abreast of the changing world. Continuing education courses, whether taken for supplementary or preparatory reasons, are offered to the community as needs are realized. Continuing education courses are offered throughout the district through a consistent procedure to include: short term, non-credit classes, industry specific training courses, travel to learn, workshops and seminars, and non-credit basic skills classes. To enhance and market regular programs, the delivery of non-credit programs may be provided at all department levels in the college and online. B. Adult Education (AE) Classes and Testing 68'