College Credit

College Credit Options for Participating Students

Dual enrollment may be available for the following college classes:  
 
 ECO 101: Introduction to Economics
 Monroe Community College (3 credits)
  • Assists understanding of the economic environment in which we live, work, and vote
  • Specific issues include economic systems, the business cycle, inflation, employment, gross national product, national debt, fiscal and monetary policy, etc.
 SPC 143:  Small Group Communication
Monroe Community College (3 credits) 
  • Small group theory and process is examined from a communication perspective. Topics include leadership, goal setting, decision making, conflict, and the stages of group development.
 
Students in Health Professions may enroll in:
HED 130: Foundations of Personal Health and Wellness
Monroe Community College (3 credits)
  • Focus on societal influences and applied concept of wellness
  • Specific issues include multiple dimensions of health, lifestyle, and prevention of diseases
  • Explores choices that promote health and wellness  
 Students in Justice Professions may enroll in two classes: 
CRJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
Monroe Community College (3 credits)
  • Examines three segments of criminal justice system: enforcement, courts, and correction
  • Focus on the constitution, state and federal law  
CRJ 121: Criminal Justice Education Internship
Monroe Community College (3 credits)
  • Enhances theoretical concepts with practical work experiences with cooperative agency
  • Seminars and related coursework enhance educational value
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