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1 School Counselor Manual Public s Dual Enrollment Public School Counselor Manual

2 School Counselor Manual Public s Table of Contents Program Overview...2 Eligibility Requirements..3 Continued Eligibility Requirements 3 Online Application Process.. 4 Online Registration Process Dual Enrollment Deadline Dates Course Withdrawal Procedure Procedure for Requesting Dual Enrollment Courses at s....6 BC Dual Enrollment Contacts....6 Appendix A Approved Course List Appendix B Sample Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form 24 Appendix C Steps to Register Online 25 Appendix D Dual Enrollment Student Checklist

3 School Counselor Manual Public s Program Overview The Dual Enrollment Program at Broward College (BC) is an accelerated program that allows eligible public/charter, private and home school secondary students to take postsecondary coursework and simultaneously earn high school and college credits, saving both time and money! College courses are offered at Broward College campuses/centers, including the Broward College Online Campus, and at several high school campuses. Early Admission Early Admission, a form of dual enrollment, allows eligible high school senior students to enroll full-time at BC. Students must enroll in at least 12 credits per term and maintain a college GPA of 2.0 or greater. Early admission students wishing to matriculate to BC will need to submit their final high school transcript showing their graduation date. College Academy The College Academy at BC offers high school juniors enrolled as full-time in the program the opportunity to receive a high school diploma from The School Board of Broward County, Florida and an Associates in Arts (AA) degree from Broward College. College Academy students are subject to additional eligibility criteria as published by the College Academy. **It is the responsibility of the high school counselor to select courses from the approved dual credit course list (See Appendix A) that fulfill high school graduation requirements. For advising assistance you may refer to the Associate in Arts program sheet on BC s website. 2

4 School Counselor Manual Public s Eligibility Requirements New students interested in dual enrollment must meet the following criteria: Minimum 3.0 unweighted high school GPA College-level test scores in all areas - Reading, English and Math (MAT1033) New eligibility requirements do not apply to students who have previously been admitted to the Dual Enrollment program and still meet continued eligibility requirements. Placement Test English Reading Math SAT 440+ (Critical Reading) 440+ (Critical Reading) (MAT1033) 490+ (MAC1105) ACT 17+ (English) 19+ (Reading) (MAT1033) 21+ (MAC1105) PERT 103+ (Writing) and 106+ (Reading) (MAT1033) 106+ (Reading) 123+ (MAC1105) FCAT 2.0 (10 th Grade) 262+ (Reading) 262+ (Reading) Take ACT, SAT or PERT for math placement New ACT reading score and PERT score in English, Reading and Math are effective as of 10/22/13. Note: If students require PERT testing they must first obtain a dual enrollment testing form from the high school counselor after they have completed the BC Online Application (see directions below). Then students must provide a copy of test scores to their high school counselor. The PERT exam is of no cost to the student on the first attempt. Students must pay $15 for each retake. Please visit for more information on PERT study guides and testing center locations and times. Continued Eligibility Requirements Complete a Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form each term with student, parent/legal guardian, school counselor and principal signatures. Maintain a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA. Maintain a 2.0 Broward College GPA. Earn a grade of C or better in each college course. Early Admission and College Academy students who receive a D or F grade may only be allowed to continue taking courses if approved by the school counselor from the high school and still meet eligibility requirements. 3

5 School Counselor Manual Public s Online Application Process 1. New dual enrollment students who have not been admitted to the dual enrollment program must fill out a BC online application. Access the Guide to Apply Online for assistance. 2. Students will bring a printed copy of the BC application confirmation page with their BC ID number to the school counselor to begin the dual enrollment registration process. Online Registration Process 1. Students must meet with their high school counselor to complete the Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form. (See Appendix B for sample) 2. The school counselor will select courses from the approved dual credit course list and document on the recommendation form in order to provide students with options if their initial course selection is closed/unavailable. All sections of the Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form must be filled out before submitting to BC; including BC student ID number obtained from the BC online application confirmation page, number of credits for which students are approved to register, specific approved courses, and signatures of the high school principal, school counselor, student and parent/legal guardian. The original copy of the recommendation form will be submitted to Broward College, the school counselor will keep a copy, and two copies will go to the student (one for the student s record and one for the BC bookstore). 3. The school counselor will submit the following information to Broward College for each dual enrollment student by the established deadline dates for Fall, Spring, and Summer terms: Completed Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form A14 screenshot verifies student s unweighted GPA A21 screenshot verifies student s test scores (for new dual enrollment students and students who have updated test scores) o Please include copy of AP or AICE scores if applicable. 4. Students are now ready to register online for open and approved courses during the published registration dates. Access the Steps to Register document for assistance (See Appendix C). 5. Once registered for approved courses students must print out an official copy of their BC course schedule and present it to their school counselor. 6. After students have registered for their courses and presented a schedule to their school counselor, students are now ready to obtain their textbooks for the term. Students are not responsible for the cost of textbooks during the Fall and Spring Terms but may be responsible for the cost of lab coats/materials if required for a registered course. (Students are responsible for the cost of instructional materials during the Summer Term.) 4

6 School Counselor Manual Public s Public school students (not charter students) should log into their BC account to order their books online. Please follow the instructions on how to order your books online. Charter school students will not order their books online. Each charter school student will need to bring a copy of his/her BC schedule and the golden rod copy of the Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form to the bookstore. No other forms are required to obtain textbooks. If students are enrolled in courses on multiple BC campuses they will be required to pick up their books from multiple campuses. 7. Students are now ready to attend class. Please note we have also included a checklist for dual enrollment students to assist them with the application and registration process. (See Appendix D) Dual Enrollment Deadline Dates Spring Dual Enrollment Deadline Dates (January May) School Counselors will submit all required dual enrollment forms in one batch to BC by October 1, Summer Dual Enrollment Deadline Dates (May August) School Counselors will submit all required dual enrollment forms in one batch to BC by February 25, Fall Dual Enrollment Deadline Dates (August December) School Counselor will submit all required dual enrollment forms in one batch to BC by May 5, Course Withdrawal Procedure Students may drop/withdraw from courses by logging into their BC account online or visiting a campus admissions office in person. Students must drop/withdraw from courses by the College s published drop and withdrawal dates as indicated on the academic calendar (http://www.broward.edu/calendar/pages/term-dates.aspx) Please note: All grades, including W for withdrawal, become a part of the student s permanent college transcript, count as an attempt on a course and could have a negative effect on future college admissions, scholarship opportunities, and/or financial aid. 5

7 School Counselor Manual Public s Procedure for Requesting Dual Enrollment Courses at Sites Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Broward College District Academic Affairs sends off-site Dual Enrollment Course Request Form to SBBC District Office for distribution to Broward County Public/Charter Principals. Principals will be given a deadline date to submit completed forms to Broward College s Academic Affairs District Office Please send forms to Alexis Kitchman Campus Academic Deans inform Principals via of approved/denied courses, copy sent to District Academic Affairs office. BC Dual Enrollment Contacts Central Campus Michele Campbell Farah Etienne North Campus Eileen Diaz Anthony Stephen Kimberly Thompson South Campus and Partnership Centers Odalys Garcia-Mora Mayra Ortega Cooper City HS Dillard HS Ft. Lauderdale HS Nova HS Piper HS Plantation HS South Plantation HS Stranahan HS Western HS William T McFatter Technical HS Atlantic Technical HS Blanche Ely HS Boyd Anderson HS Broward Virtual School Coconut Creek HS Coral Glades HS Coral Springs Charter HS Coral Springs HS Deerfield Beach HS igeneration Empowerment Academy Charter HS Monarch HS Northeast HS Pompano Beach HS Somerset Prep Academy, Charter HS Stoneman Douglas HS Taravella, J.P. HS Charles W. Flanagan HS Cypress Bay HS Everglades HS Hallandale HS Hollywood Hills HS International School of Broward Charter HS McArthur HS Miramar HS Pembroke Pines Charter HS Somerset Academy Charter, Miramar Campus Somerset Academy Charter HS Somerset Arts Conservatory Charter HS South Broward HS West Broward HS 6

8 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College AML 2010 American Literature Colonial to 1900 English Humanities AML 2020 American Literature Since 1900 English Humanities ENC 1101 Composition I English Written Communication ENC 1102 Composition II Prerequisite(s): ENC1101 (Grade of C or better) English Written Communication ENC 2210 Professional & Technical Writing Prerequisite(s): ENC1101 (Grade of C or better) English Written Communication ENL 2012 British Literature I English Humanities ENL 2022 British Literature II English Humanities LIT 2110 World Lit. Thru the Renaissance English Humanities LIT 2120 World Lit. Renaissance to Present English Humanities ASL 1140 American Sign Language I Foreign Lang Humanities ASL 1150 American Sign Language II Prerequisite(s): ASL1140 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities ASL 2160 American Sign Language III Prerequisite(s): ASL1150 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang FRE 1120 Beginning French I Foreign Lang Humanities FRE 1121 Beginning French II Prerequisite(s): FRE1121 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities FRE 2220 Intermediate French I Prerequisite(s): FRE1121 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities GER 1120 Beginning German I Foreign Lang Humanities GER 1121 Beginning German II Prerequisite(s): GER1120 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities GER 2220 Intermediate German I Prerequisite(s): GER1121 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities HBR 1120 Beginning Hebrew I Foreign Lang HBR 1121 Beginning Hebrew II Prerequisite(s): HBR1120 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities HBR 2220 Intermediate Hebrew I Prerequisite(s): HBR1121 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities ITA 1120 Elementary Italian I Foreign Lang Humanities ITA 1121 Elementary Italian II Prerequisite(s): ITA1120 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities RUS 1120 Beginning Russian I Foreign Lang RUS 1121 Beginning Russian II Prerequisite(s): RUS1120 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang SPN 1120 Beginning Spanish I Foreign Lang Humanities SPN 1121 Beginning Spanish II Prerequisite(s): SPN1120 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities 7

9 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish II Prerequisite(s): SPN2220 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities SPN 2220 Intermediate Spanish I Prerequisite(s): SPN1121 (Grade of C or better) Foreign Lang Humanities MAC 1105 College Algebra Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR Mathematics Mathematics College-level Math placement MAC 1114 Trigonometry Prerequisite(s): MAC1105 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics Mathematics MAC 1140 Pre Calculus Algebra Prerequisite(s): MAC1105 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics Mathematics MAC 1147 Pre Cal. Algebra & Trigonometry Prerequisite(s): MAC1105 (Grade of B or better) Mathematics Mathematics MAC 2233 Business Calculus Prerequisite(s): MAC1105 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics Mathematics Cal. & Analytical Geometry I Prerequisite(s): MAC1114 (Grade of C or better) AND MAC 2311 MAC1140 (Grade of C or better) OR Mathematics MAC1147 (Grade of C or better) MAC 2312 Cal. & Analytical Geometry II Prerequisite(s): MAC2311 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics MAC 2313 Cal. & Analytical Geometry III Prerequisite(s): MAC2312 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics MAD 2104 Discrete Mathematics Prerequisite(s): MAC1140 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics MAP 2302 Differential Equations Prerequisite(s): MAC2312 (Grade of C or better) Mathematics Linear Algebra Prerequisite(s): MAC1114 (Grade of C or better) AND MAS 2103 MAC1140 (Grade of C or better) OR Mathematics MAC1147 (Grade of C or better) MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra Mathematics MGF 1106 MGF 1107 QMB 2100 STA 2023 Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement Survey of Mathematics Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement Quantitative Methods in Business Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement Statistics Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics 8

10 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College ARC 1126C Architectural Drawing Performing/Fine Arts ARC 1301C Intermediate Drawing Pre or Corequisite(s): ARC1126C (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts ARC 1701 Survey of Architectural Hist. Performing/Fine Arts ARH 2000 Art Appreciation Performing/Fine Arts Humanities ARH 2050 World Art: Prehistory to Gothic Performing/Fine Arts Humanities ARH 2051 World Art: Renaissance to Modern Performing/Fine Arts Humanities ART 1201C 2D Design Performing/Fine Arts ART 1203C 3D Design Performing/Fine Arts ART 1300C Drawing I Performing/Fine Arts ART 1301C Drawing II Prerequisite(s): ART1300C (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts ART 1600C Computer Art Performing/Fine Arts ART 2205C Color and Composition Performing/Fine Arts ART 2330C Life Drawing Prerequisite(s): ART1300C (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts ART 2400C Beginning Printmaking Prerequisite(s): ART1201C (Grade of C or better) AND Performing/Fine Arts ART1300C (Grade of C or better) ART 2500C Painting I Prerequisite(s): ART1201C (Grade of C or better) AND Performing/Fine Arts ART1300C (Grade of C or better) ART 2501C Painting II Prerequisite(s): ART2500C (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts ART 2701C Sculpture Performing/Fine Arts DAN 2100 Dance Appreciation Performing/Fine Arts Humanities DIG 2115C Digital Imaging Fundamentals Using Photoshop Performing/Fine Arts GRA 2190C Introduction to Graphic Design Prerequisite(s): ART1201C (Grade of C or better) AND Performing/Fine Arts ART1300C (Grade of C or better) GRA 2191C Graphic Design II Prerequisite(s): GRA2190C (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts MUH 2111 Music History & Literature Performing/Fine Arts Humanities MUH 2112 Music History & Literature Performing/Fine Arts MUL 2010 Music Appreciation Performing/Fine Arts Humanities Intro. to Recording Studio Procedures Prerequisite(s): MUS2342C (Grade of C or better) AND MUM 1600C MUS2344C (Grade of C or better) AND Performing/Fine Arts MUS2348C (Grade of C or better) MUT 1001 Fundamentals of Music Performing/Fine Arts PGY 2401C Photography I Performing/Fine Arts SPC 1024 Intro. to Speech Communication Performing/Fine Arts Oral Communication 9

11 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College SPC 1511 Argumentation & Debate Performing/Fine Arts SPC 1608 Intro. to Public Speaking Performing/Fine Arts Oral Communication THE 2000 Theatre Appreciation Performing/Fine Arts Humanities THE 2300 Survey of Dramatic Literature Performing/Fine Arts TPA 2220 Introduction to Stage Lighting Prerequisite(s): TPP2200 (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts TPP 2110C Acting I Performing/Fine Arts TPP 2111C Acting II Prerequisite(s): TPP2110 (Grade of C or better) Performing/Fine Arts TPP 2700C Voice & Diction for the Actor Performing/Fine Arts HLP 1081 Health Fitness Physical Education Wellness HSC 2100 Personal & Community Health Physical Education PET 1303 Foundations of Exercise Science Physical Education DIG 2500C Multimedia Authoring Practical Arts Internship in Digital Media Prerequisite(s): DIG2101C (Grade of C or better) AND DIG 2940 DIG2115C (Grade of C or better) AND Practical Arts DIG2500C (Grade of C or better) Horizons in Astronomy with AST1022L (Lab) Note: AST1002 taken without AST1002L will only grant 0.5 high school credits AST 1002 and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Astronomy of the Solar System with AST1022L (Lab) Note: AST1003 taken without AST1002L will only grant 0.5 high school AST 1003 credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Astronomy of Stars & Galaxies with AST1022L (Lab) Note: AST1004 taken without AST1002L will only grant 0.5 high school AST 1004 credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Astronomy Lab AST 1022L BOT 2010 General Botany with BOT2010L (Lab) Science Biological Science BSC 2010L Botony Lab Science N/A 1 Biological Science Lab General Biology with BSC1005L (Lab) Note: BSC1005 taken without BSC1005L will only grant 0.5 high school BSC 1005 credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Science Biological Science 10

12 BSC 1005L BSC 2010 BSC 2010L BSC 2011 BSC 2011L BSC 2085 BSC 2085L BSC 2086 BSC 2086L CHM 1020 CHM 1020L CHM 1032 CHM 1032L CHM 1040 Dual Enrollment Courses Biology Lab Introduction to Biology I with BSC2010L (Lab) Pre or Corequisite(s): CHM1040 (Grade of C or better). Intoducation to Biology I Lab Introduction to Biology II with BSC2011L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): BSC2010 (Grade of C or better) AND BSC2010L (Grade of C or better) Introduction to Biology II Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology I with BSC2085L (Lab) Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology II with BSC2086L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): BSC2085 (Grade of C or better) AND BSC2085L (Grade of C or better) Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Introduction to Chemistry with CHM1020L (Lab) Note: CHM1020 taken without CHM1020L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Introduction to Chemistry Lab Chemistry for Health Sciences with CHM1032L (Lab) Note: CHM1032 taken without CHM1032L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Chemistry for Health Sciences Lab General Chemistry A (Expanded Seq.) Pre or corequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement Graduation College Science N/A 1 Biological Science Lab Science Biological Science Science N/A 1 Biological Science Lab Science Science N/A 1 Science Biological Science Science N/A 1 Biological Science Lab Science Science N/A 1 Science Physical Science 11

13 CHM 1041 CHM 1045 CHM 1045L CHM 1046 CHM 1046L CHM 2210 CHM 2210L CHM 2211 CHM 2211L ESC 1000 ESC 1000L GLY 1010 GLY 1010L Dual Enrollment Courses General Chemistry B (Expanded Seq.) with CHM1045L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): CHM1040 (Grade of C or better) AND Pre or corequisite(s): CHM1045L and MAC1105. General Chemistry I with CHM1045L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): MAC1105 (Grade of C or better) General Chemistry 1 Lab General Chemistry II with CHM1046L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): CHM1045 (Grade of C or better) AND CHM1045L (Grade of C or better) General Chemistry II Lab Organic Chemistry I with CHM2210L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): CHM1046 (Grade of C or better) AND CHM1046L (Grade of C or better) Organic Chemistry I Lab Organic Chemistry II with CHM2211 L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): CHM2210 (Grade of C or better) AND CHM2210L (Grade of C or better) Organic Chemistry II Lab Earth Science with ESC1000L (Lab) Note: ESC1000 taken without ESC1000L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credit. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Earth Science Lab Physical Geology with GLY1010L (Lab) Note: GLY1010 taken without GLY1010L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credit. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Physical Geology Lab Graduation College Science Science Science N/A 1 Science Science N/A 1 12

14 GLY 1100 GLY 1100L MCB 2010 MCB 2010L OCE 1001 OCE 1001L PHY 1001 PHY 1001L PHY 2048 PHY 2048L PHY 2049 PHY 2049L PHY 2053 Dual Enrollment Courses Historical Geology with GLY1100L (Lab) Note: GLY1100 taken without GLY1100L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credit. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Historical Geology Lab Microbiology with MCB2010L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): BSC2085 (Grade of C or better) AND BSC2085L (Grade of C or better) AND CHM1032 (Grade of C or better) Microbiology Lab Introductory to Oceanography with OCE1001L (Lab) Note: OCE1001 taken without OCE1001L will only grant 0.5 high school credits and 3 college credit. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Introductory to Oceanography Lab Applied Physics with PHY1001L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR College-level Math placement. Note: Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Applied Physics Lab General Physics with Calculus I with PHY2048L (Lab) Pre or corequisite(s): MAC2312 (Grade of C or better). General Physics with Calculus I Lab General Physics & Calculus II with PHY2049L (Lab) Pre or corequisite(s): MAC2313 (Grade of C or better) AND Prerequisite(s): PHY2048 (Grade of C or better) AND PHY2048L (Grade of C or better). General Physics with Calculus II Lab General Physics I with PHY2053L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): MAC1114 (Grade of C or better) Graduation College Science Science N/A 1 Science Physical Science Science Physical Science 13

15 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College PHY 2053L General Physics I Lab General Physics II with PHY2054L (Lab) Prerequisite(s): PHY2053 (Grade of C or better) AND PHY 2054 PHY2053L (Grade of C or better) General Physics II Lab PHY 2054L PHY 2420 Elementary Wave Theory Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR Science College-level Math placement Physical Sciences Survey with PSC1121L (Lab) Note: PSC1121 taken without PSC1121L will only grant 0.5 high school PSC 1121 credits and 3 college credits. Course and lab do not have to be taken at the same time. Physical Sciences Survey Lab PSC 1121L AMH 2010 Hist. of the U.S. to 1865 Social Studies Hist., Political & Global AMH 2020 Hist. of the U.S. Since 1865 Social Studies Hist., Political & Global POS 2041 National Government Social Studies Hist., Political & Global ACG 1003 Accounting Survey ACG 2001 Principles of Accounting I * ACG 2011 Principles of Accounting II * Prerequisite(s): ACG2001 (Grade of C or better) ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting * Prerequisite(s): ACG2011 (Grade of C or better) ACG 2100 Intermediate Accounting I * Prerequisite(s): ACG2011 (Grade of C or better) ACG 2110 Intermediate Accounting II * Prerequisite(s): ACG2100 (Grade of C or better) ACG 2450C Computerized Accounting Applications AER 1081C Introduction to Automotive Tech. Electives AER 1496C Gm Steering and Suspension Systems * Prerequisite(s): AER1082C (Grade of C or better) Electives AER 1698C Electrical Systems * Electives AER 2498C Steering and Suspension Systems * Electives AER 2598C Brake Systems and Chassis Repair * Electives AER 2898C Engine Performance * Electives

16 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College AMH 2035 United States 1945 to Present Hist., Political & Global AMH 2091 History of the African Americans Hist., Political & Global AML 2600 Afro American Writers Humanities AML 2631 Hispanic American Writers Humanities ANT 2000 Introduction to Anthropology Social/Behavioral Science ANT 2140 Introduction to Archaeology Social/Behavioral Science ANT 2211 Introduction to World Ethnology Social/Behavioral Science ARC 2461 Materials and Methods Construction Electives ART 2540C Watercolor ASC 1010 History of Aviation ASC 1100 Navigational Science I Corequisite(s): ATT1100 (Grade of C or better) ASC 2870 Aviation Safety * Prerequisite(s): ASC1100 (Grade of C or better) AND ATT1100 (Grade of C or better) ATT 1100 Aeronautical Science Corequisite(s): ASC1100 (Grade of C or better) AVM 2410 Airport Management AVM 2450 Airport Planning and Design AVM 2510 Airline Management BCN 1251C Building Construction Drawing 1 Electives BCN 2560 Mechanical & Electical Systems BCT 1770 Construction Estimating 1 BCT 2760 Building Codes & Regulations Electives BUL 2241 Business Law I BUL 2242 Business Law II CCJ 1020 Introduction to Criminal Justice CCJ 2191 Human Behavior in Criminal Justice CET 1114C Digital Techniques * Electives CET 1117C Microprocessors I * Prerequisite(s): CET1114C (Grade of C or better) Electives Technical Computer Applications * CET 1461C Prerequisite(s): EET1015C (Grade of C or better) AND MTB1325 (Grade of C or better) CET 2123C Microprocessors II * Prerequisite(s): CET1114C (Grade of C or better) AND Electives CET1117C (Grade of C or better) CET 2486C Networking Technology * CET 2742C Advanced Networking * Prerequisite(s): CET2486C (Grade of C or better) CGS 1060C Computer and Internet Literacy Computer Literacy 15

17 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation CGS 1540C Database Management * CGS 1557C Internet Site Design * CGS 2100C Computer Applications CHD 1320 Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood * CHD 1331 Creativity for Young Children CHD 1334 Children's Literature & Language Arts CHD 1338 Math & Science for the Young Child CHD 2800 Admin. & Mgmt in Early Childhood Education * CIS 1000C Introduction to Computer Science Prerequisite(s): CGS1060C (Grade of C or better) CIS 2321C Systems Analysis and Design Prerequisite(s): CIS1000C (Grade of C or better) AND COP1334C (Grade of C or better) College CJC 2000 Introduction to Corrections * CJC 2162 Probation and Parole Procedures * CJE 1300 Intro to Criminal Justice Administration & Mgmt CJE 2170 Comparative World Police Agencies CJE 2400 Police Community Relations * CJE 2600 Criminal investigation * CJE 2640 Introduction to Criminalistics CJE 2643 Advanced Forensic investigation Prerequisite(s): CJE2600 (Grade of C or better) AND CJE2640 (Grade of C or better) CJE 2770 Forensic Photography and Visual Documentation CJJ 2001 Juvenile Justice CJL 1062 Constitutional Law CJL 1100 Criminal Law CJL 1130 Criminal Evidence and Court Procedures CJL 2060 Civil Rights COP 1000C Introduction to Computer Programming Introduction to C++ Prerequisite(s): MAT1033 (Grade of C or better) OR COP 1334C College-level Math placement Pre or corequisite(s): CIS1000C COP 2171C Visual Basic Programming Prerequisite(s): COP1334C (Grade of C or better) CPO 2002 Introduction to Comparative Government CPO 2140 Government and Politics of Spain CRW 1001 Creative Writing I Humanities CRW 1100 Fictional Writing Humanities 16

18 CRW 1300 Dual Enrollment Courses Poetry Writing Prerequisite(s): ENC1101 (Grade of C or better) Graduation College CRW 2002 Creative Writing Workshop II Prerequisite(s): CRW1001 (Grade of C or better) CRW 2003 Advanced Creative Writing Prerequisite(s): CRW2002 (Grade of C or better) CTS 1106C Unix CTS 1133C A+ Essentials * CTS 1851C Certified Internet Webmaster Foundations Prerequisite(s): CGS1060C (Grade of C or better) Electives CTS 2131C A+ Practical * CTS 2383C Managing a Server Network * DAA 1504 Jazz Dance I Electives DAA 2280 Ballet I Electives DEP 2002 Developmental Psychology I: Child Psychology DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology Social/Behavioral Science DEP 2302 Developmental Psych II: Adolescent & Young Adult Prerequisite(s): PSY2012 (Grade of C or better) DIG 2100C Web Development 1 DIG 2132C Digital Art & Design with Illustrator DIG 2311C Fundamentals of Digital Media Using Flash DIG 2580C Digital Media Portfolio ECO 2013 Principles of Economics I Social/Behavioral Science ECO 2023 Principles of Economics II ECO 2220 Money and Banking Prerequisite(s): ECO2013 (Grade of C or better) EDF 1005 Introduction to the Teaching Profession EDF 2085 Intro. to Diversity & Exceptionalities EEC 1200 Early Childhood Education EEC 1603 Child Guidance EET 1015C DC Circuits * Prerequisite(s): EET1084C (Grade of C or better) Electives AC Circuits * EET 1025C Prerequisite(s): EET1084C (Grade of C or better) AND Electives MAC1105 (Grade of C or better) EET 1141C Linear Techniques I Prerequisite(s): EET1084C (Grade of C or better) Electives EET 2142C Linear Techniques II Prerequisite(s): EET1141C (Grade of C or better) Electives EET 2326C Electronic Communications Prerequisite(s): EET1141C (Grade of C or better) Electives

19 Dual Enrollment Courses Graduation College EET 2355C Data Communications Advanced Communication Technology Prerequisite(s): EET2142C (Grade of C or better) AND EET 2358C EET2355C (Grade of C or better) Pre or corequisite(s): EET2326C (Grade of C or better) EGS 1001 Introduction to Engineering EME 2040 Introduction to Educational Technologies ENG 2101 the Film as Literature Humanities ENL 2330 Introduction to Shakespeare Humanities ETD 1320 Basic CAD * ETD 2350C Advanced CAD * Prerequisite(s): ETD1320 (Grade of C or better) ETI 1110C Introduction to Quality Assurance * ETI 1420 Processes and Materials * ETI 1701 Safety ETM 1010C Measurement and Instrumentation EUH 1000 Western Civilization I Hist., Political & Global EUH 1001 Western Civilization II Hist., Political & Global EUH 2032 History of the Holocaust EUH 2052 History of Spain EVR 1001 Introduction to Environmental Science Biological Science or Physical EVR 1858 Environmental Regulation EVS 2893C Environmental Sampling and Analysis Prerequisite(s): CHM1020 (Grade of C or better) AND Electives CHM1020L (Grade of C or better) FIN 1100 Personal Finance FIN 2051 Finance of International Trade GEA 2000 World Geography Hist., Political & Global GEA 2030 Geography of the Eastern World Hist., Political & Global GEA 2040 Geography of the Western World Hist., Political & Global GEB 1011 Introduction to Business GEB 2112 Entrepreneurship GEB 2955 International Current Business Practices GEO 1000 Introduction to Geography Hist., Political & Global GEO 2200 Physical Geography GEO 2370 Conservation of Natural Resources Hist., Political & Global GEO 2420 Introduction to Human and Cultural Geography Hist., Political & Global GIS 1030 Remote Sensing and Applications GIS 1040C Introduction to Geographic information Systems I Electives

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