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1 MANSFIELD ISD & TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) Dual Credit/Early High School Enrollment GENERAL INFORMATION Mansfield Independent School District, in conjunction with the Tarrant County College Southeast Campus, offers many courses for dual credit to MISD juniors and seniors. Students will receive high school and college credit for TCC courses taken and passed through the MISD. To receive weighted credit for a TCC course, a student must be enrolled in the TCC course and earn a grade of 70 or higher in the course. All rules and regulations of the MISD apply in conjunction with these courses. These include but are not limited to absences and grades. Since the student is being given early enrollment at TCC for these courses, the student must be enrolled in a MISD high school throughout the course, or he/she will be dropped from TCC. MISD students must have the following to be enrolled in TCC courses: 80+ overall grade average, a minimum of 12 credits, and satisfactory scores on the TSI. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus if the course is available there. If a student elects to take a course where travel is required, the student will be responsible for providing their own means of transportation. Pending continued availability of funding, students may only be expected to pay $50 per course/per semester and applicable fees.* Fees include but are not limited to the TSI re-test. Dual credit students may take a maximum of 2 dual credit courses per long semester and a maximum of 2 dual credit courses during the summer sessions. Once the appropriate early high school enrollment paperwork has been distributed by the MISD high schools, it is the responsibility of the student to apply for early enrollment, register for courses, and pay the MISD for his/her tuition. There are no refunds issued by the MISD for dual credit courses. *Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Please see your high school counselor for details. TSI Information For information on the TSI, please contact your high school counselor. Testing is scheduled in advance and/or by appointment only with a Pre-Assessment Activity to be completed prior to the testing session. TSI Passing Scores: Reading (351+) Writing/Essay (5+) or Essay (4) and Multiple Choice (363+) Math (350+) GRADING AND ATTENDANCE INFORMATION Although students register for TCC courses with the assistance of their high schools, the students will have to follow TCC procedures for requesting transcripts of college credit. Students must remember that TCC courses will become part of their permanent college record. Students will not be allowed to drop a TCC course during a term and cannot enroll into that same course at their MISD high school during the term they are enrolled at TCC. The exception could be a student who has been sent to the alternative high school campus where there is the possibility of being withdrawn from TCC and placed into a regular high school course. The MISD reserves the right to remove students from TCC courses if they have not met their financial obligations regarding TCC tuition and/or fees. Students are treated as college students by the TCC faculty. The college professors do not call home if the student is not turning in work. TCC grades may be accessed by the student through the TCC Campus Cruiser online grading system. It is the student s responsibility to contact his/her TCC professor(s) in the event of an absence. This contact needs to be made prior to the absence unless the absence is due to a sudden illness. Students who attend TCC courses must be responsible and dependable. Senior students who fail a spring course at TCC (English, Government, Economics or other course required for graduation) will not be able to graduate and will have to repeat the course in summer school. Students will remain on the MISD calendar. Therefore, in order to make up for MISD holidays which are not TCC holidays, students may be required on occasion to attend TCC courses on Fridays or certain MISD holidays (bad weather make-up days, etc.). Students should be given prior notice by their TCC professor(s). In the spring semester, the MISD and TCC spring breaks may fall on two different weeks, so as stated previously, there may be Fridays or certain MISD holidays on which TCC classes have been scheduled for this purpose. Students should be given prior notice by their TCC professor(s). To receive weighted credit for a Tarrant County College dual credit course, students must be enrolled in the course and earn a grade of 70 or higher in the course. Revised Spring 2014 Page 1 of 10

2 TCC COURSE OFFERINGS TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) UNITED STATES HISTORY Placement: 11 Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment Credits: 1 HIST 1301 U. S. History to 1876 (3 semester hours) HIST 1302 U. S. History since 1876 (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level US History course in which dual credit will be awarded for college US History and high school US History. Students may receive up to 6 hours of college credit. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ENGLISH COMPOSITION Placement: Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment Credits: 1 ENGL 1301 Composition I (3 semester hours) ENGL 1302 Composition II (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level English course in which dual credit will be awarded for college freshman English and English III or IV. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit for each term completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ENGLISH BRITISH LITERATURE Placement: 12 Prerequisite: ENGL 1302; 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment Credits: 1 ENGL 2322 British Literature I (3 semester hours) ENGL 2323 British Literature II (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level English course in which dual credit will be awarded for college freshman English and English IV. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit for each term completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. Required prerequisite: ENGL The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) SPEECH Placement: Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication (3 semester hours) This is a college speech course inclusive of theories and practice of communication in interpersonal, small group and public speech. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS Placement: Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment SPCH 1321 Business and Professional Communications (3 semester hours) This is a college speech course focused on the application of theories and practice of speech communication as applied to business and professional situations. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ALGEBRA Placement: Prerequisite: Math 0350 or satisfactory score on TCC placement test MATH 1314 College Algebra (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Algebra class with an in-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before Revised Spring 2014 Page 2 of 10

3 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) STATISTICS Placement: Prerequisite: Math 0350 or satisfactory score on TCC placement test MATH 1342 Elementary Statistical Methods (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Statistics course examining collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of data. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) PRE-CALCULUS Placement: Prerequisite: MATH 1314 or 1316, Algebra II or Pre-AP Algebra II & TSI Assessment MATH 2412 Pre-Calculus (4 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Pre-Calculus course offering an in-depth study of algebra, trigonometry, and other topics for calculus readiness. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) TRIGONOMETRY Placement: Prerequisite: MATH 1314, Algebra II or Pre-AP Algebra II, & TSI Assessment MATH 1316 Plane Trigonometry (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Trigonometry course studying definitions, identities, inverse functions, solutions of equations, graphing and solving triangles. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS Placement: 12 Prerequisite: Math 0350 or satisfactory score on TCC placement test MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and Social Science (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level mathematics course including the study of algebra, mathematics of finance, linear programming, systems of linear equations, applications to management, economics and business. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS II Placement: 12 Prerequisite: Math 1324 or Math 1314 MATH 1325 Mathematics for Business and Social Science II (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level mathematics course including the study of limits and continuity, derivatives, graphing, and optimization, exponential and logarithmic functions, antiderivatives, integration, applications to management, economics, and business. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) BIOLOGY Placement: 12 Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment Credits: 2 BIOL 1408 General College Biology I (4 semester hours) BIOL 1409 General College Biology II (4 semester hours) This is a regular college-level introductory biology course for the non-science major in which dual credit will be awarded. Students may receive up to 8 hours of college credit and one credit for each semester, successfully completed. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. Revised Spring 2014 Page 3 of 10

4 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) GEOLOGY Placement: Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment Credits: 1 GEOL 1401 Earth Sciences (4 semester hours) Survey of physical and historical geology, astronomy, meteorology, oceanography and related sciences. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) GOVERNMENT Placement: 12 GOVT 2305 Federal Government (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Political Science course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Political Science and Government. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) GOVERNMENT Placement: 12 GOVT 2306 Texas Government (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Political Science course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Texas Government. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. The emphasis of this course is the origin and development of the Texas Constitution, structure and powers of state and local government, federalism and inter-governmental relations, political participation, the election process, public policy, and the political culture of Texas. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ECONOMICS Placement: 12 Prerequisite: 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Economics course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Economics and high school Economics. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) MICROECONOMICS Placement: 12 Prerequisite: ECON 2301; 80+ Overall GPA & TSI Assessment ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Economics course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Economics and high school Economics with an emphasis of the behavior of individual economic agents. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) PSYCHOLOGY Placement: PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Psychology course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Psychology and high school Psychology. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. Revised Spring 2014 Page 4 of 10

5 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) SOCIOLOGY Placement: SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Sociology course in which dual credit will be awarded for college Sociology and high school Sociology. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ART Placement: ART 1301 Art Appreciation (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Art course focused on exploring the purposes and processes in the visual arts including evaluation of selected works of painting, sculpture, architecture and industrial design related to everyday life. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) DRAWING I Placement: ART 1316 Drawing I (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Art course investigating drawing media and techniques of drawing including descriptive and expressive possibilities. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) DANCE Placement: DANC 2303 Dance Appreciation (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Dance course surveying primitive, classical, and contemporary dance and its interrelationship with cultural developments and other art forms. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) MUSIC Placement: MUSI 1306 Music Appreciation (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Music course designed to understand music through the study of cultural periods, major composers, and musical elements. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) DRAMA Placement: DRAM 1310 Introduction to Theatre (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level Art course surveying all phases of theatre including its history, dramatic works, stage techniques, production procedures, and relation to fine arts. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before Revised Spring 2014 Page 5 of 10

6 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) BUSINESS Placement: BUSI 1301 Business Principles (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level introductory business course with an exploration of the role of business in modern society. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) BUSINESS LAW Placement: BUSI 2301 Business Law I (3 semester hours) This is a regular college-level course examining the principles of law which form the legal framework for business activity. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend TCC classes on their home campus. The TSI Assessment must be taken before students will be allowed to enroll in TCC classes. TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING Placement: Credits: 1 COSC 1401 Introduction to Computing (4 semester hours) This is a regular college-level introductory computer science course with an overview of computer systems hardware, operating systems and microcomputer application software, including the internet, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics and databases. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING Placement: 12 Prerequisite: MATH 1314 (or equivalent preparation) 80+ overall GPA & TSI Assessment ENGR 1201 Introduction to Engineering (3 semester hours) This course is an introduction to the engineering profession with emphasis on technical communication and team-based engineering design. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Placement: 12 ENGR 1304 Engineering Graphics (3 semester hours) This course is an introduction to computer aided drafting using CAD software and sketching to generate two-and threedimensional drawings based upon the conventions of engineering graphical communication. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY Placement: HAMG 1321 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry (3 semester hours) This course is an introduction to the elements of the hospitality industry. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before Revised Spring 2014 Page 6 of 10

7 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) SANITATION AND SAFETY Placement: CHEF 1205 Sanitation and Safety (3 semester hours) This course is a study of personal cleanliness; sanitary practices in food preparation; causes, investigation, and control of illness cause by food contamination; and workplace safety standards. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) BASIC FOOD PREPARATION Placement: CHEF1301 Basic Food Preparation (3 semester hours) This course is a study of the fundamental principles of food preparation and cookery to include Brigade System, cooking techniques, material handling, heat transfer, sanitation, safety, nutrition and professionalism. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (TCC) RESTAURANT LAYOUT & DESIGN Placement: RSTO 1306 Facilities Layout and Design (3 semester hours) This course is a study of the planning, development, and feasibility aspects of building or renovating a food service facility. The student will receive 3 hours college credit and ½ high school credit when completed successfully. Students will attend this course at BBCTA after the traditional day ends or during the summer and are responsible for their own means of transportation. The TSI Assessment must be taken before Revised Spring 2014 Page 7 of 10

8 TCC REGISTRATION PROCEDURES: The MISD Student & Parent/Guardian Agreement must be turned in to your high school counselor by: TCC registration for MISD dual credit students will begin on:. MISD students must have the TCC registration process completed by:. ****Registration for spring classes will take place in the late fall.**** REQUIRED PAPERWORK/DOCUMENTATION Students are required to complete/provide the following documentation in order to register for classes at TCC: TCC Application TCC Residency Form TCC High School Early Enrollment Form (must be signed by high school counselor) High School Transcript TSI MISD Student & Parent/Guardian Agreement Once the appropriate early high school enrollment paperwork has been distributed by the MISD high schools, it is the responsibility of the student to apply for early enrollment, register for courses, and pay the MISD for his/her tuition. The date mentioned above is when TCC will begin registering MISD dual credit students. MISD dual credit students may not register before that date. TCC will, however, allow students to take the TSI before registration for MISD students begins. For information on the TSI, please contact your high school counselor. Testing is scheduled in advance and cannot be done without a completed Pre-Assessment Activity and by appointment only. Students who have not completed the TCC registration process by the date mentioned above will be removed from their TCC dual credit course(s) and placed into the appropriate high school course(s). If there is an extenuating circumstance which prevents a student from enrolling or registering with TCC, the student should notify his/her high school counselor as soon as possible. A Note to Seniors: If you took a TCC course as a junior, you will not be required to take the TSI again unless you did not score high enough on a portion of the test needed for a course you plan to take as a senior. If this is your first time to take a TCC course, you must take the TSI. Revised Spring 2014 Page 8 of 10

9 Student & Parent/Guardian Agreement For TCC Dual Credit/Early High School Enrollment MISD Student ID# Student: Last Name, First Name Grade (Next Year) Street Address City, State and Zip Code Home Phone # Student Cell Phone# Parent Work/Cell Phone# Course Selection(s): Please list the course number and title. Students may not enroll in more than two dual credit courses per semester. For example: 1. ENGL 1301 Composition I 2. HIST 1301 U.S. History to Parents and Students: Please initial each of the following statements. 1. I have read and understand all of the policies and procedures that pertain to TCC Dual Credit/Early High School Enrollment. 2. I understand that once the appropriate early high school enrollment paperwork has been distributed by the MISD high schools, it is the responsibility of the student to apply for early enrollment, register for courses, and pay the MISD for tuition prior to the registration deadline set by the MISD. 3. I understand that payment of TCC tuition and fees to the MISD is the responsibility of the student/parent/guardian. Revised Spring 2014 Page 9 of 10

10 4. I recognize that TCC classes typically do not meet on Fridays. I also recognize that in order to make up for MISD holidays which are not TCC holidays, students may be required on occasion to attend TCC classes on Fridays or certain MISD holidays (bad weather make-up days, etc.). 5. I understand that the MISD is not responsible for students during the class period/days during which their TCC classes do not meet. 6. I realize that since students are being given early enrollment at TCC for dual credit courses, students must be enrolled in the MISD throughout their course(s), or they will be dropped from TCC. If it becomes necessary for a student to withdraw from school in the MISD/TCC, the student will be responsible for his/her withdrawal from TCC. I understand that refunds for TCC courses will not be made. 7. I understand that students who earn a D or an F on their TCC transcript will be required to return to their MISD high school for the following semester/school year. I also understand that any student who earns a D or an F on his/her TCC transcript will not be allowed to return to TCC as a dual credit student for the remainder of his/her high school career. 8. I understand that MISD students will not be allowed to drop a TCC course during a semester and cannot enroll into that same course at their MISD high school during the semester they are enrolled at TCC. The exception could be a student who has been sent to the alternative high school campus where there is the possibility of being withdrawn from TCC and placed into a regular high school course. 9. I give permission to TCC to release grades to the MISD each semester this student is enrolled in the dual credit/early high school enrollment program. 10. I am aware that college courses can and often do require a minimum of 2 hours of study per evening. Also, in order to be successful at TCC, I realize that time must be budgeted wisely. In addition, I realize that senior students must pass their spring semester TCC courses in order to graduate. 11. I understand that all rules and regulations of the MISD apply in conjunction with TCC dual credit courses. These include but are not limited to absences and grades. I am aware that TCC grades may be accessed by the student through the TCC Campus Cruiser online grading system. I realize that it is the student s responsibility to contact his/her TCC professor(s) in the event of an absence. This contact needs to be made prior to the absence unless the absence is due to a sudden illness. Student Signature Parent Signature Date Revised Spring 2014 Page 10 of 10

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