Concurrent Enrollment Classes
 
2013-2014 School Year
 
 

General Education & Other Concurrent Classes

Career & Technical Education 

Concurrent Classes

  • ART 101
  • BIO 1010 (Life Science)
  • CHEM 1010 (Physical Science)
  • CJ 1010
  • COMM 1020
  • ENG 1010
  • GEO 1010
  • GEOG 1000, 1005, 1300
  • HIST 1700
  • Math 1010
  • Math 1050/1060
  • MGT 1250
  • MUSC 1010 (Intro. to Music)
  • OSS 1050 (Business Correspondence)
  • OSS 1060 (Financial Literacy)
  • POLSC 1100 (Social Science)
  • PSY 1010 (Intro. to Psychology)
  • SOC 101o
  • USU 1300 (Soc. Science Elective for Univ.)
  • USU 1320
  • Plant Science- PSC 1800
  • Welding -WELD 1010, 1020
  • Personal Finance -USU 022 1060 or SLCC FIN 1050
  • Interior Design- INTD 1010
  • Pro Start/ CHEF - CHEF 1110 & 2520
  • Biotechnology- BTEC 1010 & 1015
  • Exercise Science/ Sports Med- AT 2175
  • Medical  Terminology- HTHS 1101
  • Digital Media I- DGM 1110
  • Automotive Technician- CE 1010, 1045, 1145
  • Carpentry/ Construction- CMGT 1010, 1045 & 1145
  • Technical Design- EDDT 1040 & 1100
  • Cabinet Making & Millwork -CMGT 1200, 1225 & 1245
  • Careers in Law Enforcement- CJ 2540
  • Criminal Justice- CJ 1010
  • Criminal Law -CJ 1330
  • Homeland Security- CJ 1360

 Link to College Information Page

 Message from Mary Shumway, State Director of CTE and

Gary Wixom Assistant Commissioner for CTE in Utah
 
Did you know that nearly 30,000 high school students not only are learning in high school, but at the same time they are earning college credit through the concurrent enrollment program? Last year students earned over 194,000 college credits while still in high school and got a head start on their college/career pathway.
 
Research is showing that students who participate in concurrent enrollment courses improve their chances for success. Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a great place to begin a concurrent enrollment experience. Students who participate in CTE concurrent enrollment courses reduce the likelihood of dropping out of high school; they generally obtain more academic and technical skill than other students, transition to postsecondary training at a higher rate, and have a greater opportunity to obtain employment leading to a livable wage. 

    

Forms

Concurrent Enrollment Checklist

2013 Tuition letter

SLCC Application Instructions

Snow Application Process

USU Application Process

UVU Application Instructions

Weber Application Process