Dual/Concurrent Enrollment

How do Dual/Concurrent Courses benefit me?

• Explore possible technical careers or college majors at little or no cost to you.

• To save money.

• To see how college is different from high school.

• To discover if you are ready for college.

• To graduate from college early.

What are Dual and Concurrent Classes?

• Dual enrollment credit is given to students who complete college-level courses either online or in traditional college classes.  

• Concurrent enrollment courses are college courses taught by college approved high school faculty, as part of their duties.   These classes are taught in the high school and the college class is part of the high school schedule.

Benefits of Dual and Concurrent Enrollment

• Students earn both high school and college credit.

• Counts as one elective credit or core class towards high school graduation.

• High school students who take college courses subsequently perform better in college than those with no history of dual enrollment course taking.

• Students who earned college credits in dual enrollment and similar programs before high school graduation had a lower average time to degree - 4.25 years . . . 4.65 years.

• Reduces the cost of college to the student and their family.

• Career and technical students have documented skills to offer their employer and a head start on further training.

What will it cost?

Concurrent credit courses should have no cost to you.

The CCSD#1 BOCHES Board pays for tuition, fees and books for dual credit courses. Continued enrollment depends on the student receiving a minimum GPA of 2.0 in each class and completion of all enrolled courses.  

Things to consider before you register

• Am I at least 16 years of age?  

• Am I a junior or senior with high level academic capabilities?

• Do I have current ACT scores or will I need to take the WWCC COMPASS assessment?

• Will my high school instructor in this content area recommend me for a college course?

• Will I be able to meet all my high school requirements?

• Do I have time for a college course and am I willing to do the homework?

• Do I realize college classes will take a greater time commitment and my outside activities cannot interfere?

• Do I understand that the grade I earn in this class will go on my permanent college transcript and high school transcript?

• Do I understand that I am responsible for researching transfer issues prior to enrolling in college classes? Colleges have varying policies on the acceptance of college credit earned while a student is still in high school.

What does college in high school look like?

Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment classes are college courses taught by a college instructor. Instruction will be at “college speed.” You will attend class on the college campus, online or at a college outreach site (Carbon County Higher Education Center).

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment has approved high school teachers teaching college curriculum in the high school classroom. The student receives both high school and college credit.

How do I begin?

Call CCHEC at 307-328-9274 to schedule an advising appointment or talk to your high school counselor.

What classes can I take?

HMDV 1025           Intro to Online Learning

HMDV 1000           College Studies

BADM 1000           Intro to Business

CMAP 1705            Word Processing Applications

ENGL 1010             English Comp I

ENGL 1020             English Comp II

ES 1070                   Solid Modeling I

ES 1080                   Solid Modeling II

HIST 1110              Western Civilization I

HIST 1120              Western Civilization II

HIST 1210              US History I: To 1877

HIST 1220              US History II: Since 1877

HIST 1251              History of Wyoming

HLED 1003             Wellness

HLTK 1200             Medical Terminology

HOEC 1140            Nutrition

MATH 1400           Precalculus Algebra

MATH 1405           Precalculus Trigonometry

MATH 2200           Calculus I

MGT 1000              Intro to Supervision

MKT 1000              Sales

PHIL 1000              Intro to Philosophy

POLS 1000              American & Wyoming Government

PSYC 1000             General Psychology

SOC 1000               Sociological Principles

THEA 1000             Intro to Theater

These courses will help students meet college needs while allowing them to explore interests. All courses will required college level writing and an average of nine (9) hours of studying per week for each 3 credit course. Some courses have prerequisites that must be met.