Dual-Enrollment Scholars Program Courses

ENG 101 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION I 
Entry into academic discourse through topics of cultural and civic importance and introduction to the fundamentals of college composition, including the writing process, argument, critical reading and thinking skills, research methods, conventions of academic writing, use of technology in the writing process, and oral presentation skills. Students may earn three credits towards university transfer. Prerequisites: ACCUPLACER scores of RPL 25 and EPL 25 are required; or 19+ on the ACT, or 500 + on SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing; English 1-4 CP or Honors with grade B average (offered in fall semesters)

ENG 102 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION II
Continuation of elements of argument-based writing and oral communication taught in English 101, with an emphasis on composing longer essays, engaging in collaborative work, and creating multimodal rhetoric. Students may earn 3 credits towards university transfer. Prerequisites:  English 101 or equivalent. (offered in spring semesters)

GEO 102 – WORLD GEOGRAPHY 
This course is the study of physical and cultural factors influencing human activity. Prerequisites: ACCUPLACER scores of RPL 25 and EPL 25 are required; or 19+ on the ACT, or 500 + on SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing 

MAT 130 – ELEMENTARY CALCULUS 
This course reviews topics from algebra and trigonometry, which are essential for understanding and succeeding in MAT 140. Prerequisites: ACCUPLACER scores of RPL 25 and MPL 40 are required; or 530+ on the math SAT and completion of Algebra 2 with a C or above.

MAT 140 – ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS 1 
Introduction to differential and integral calculus; topics include limits, differentiation and applications, integration and applications, and the calculus of the trigonometric functions Prerequisites: ACCUPLACER score of MPL 45 is required; or 600+ on the math SAT; or 24+ on math ACT or MAT 130 

SOC 101 – INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 
This course is an introduction to major subjects in sociology. Main topics include historical development of the discipline, contemporary perspectives, and issues on social stratification, gender, ethnicity, socialization process, formal organizations, and selected social institutions. Prerequisites: ACCUPLACER scores of RPL 25 and EPL 25 are required; or 19+ on the ACT, or 500 + on SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing