Welcome to Itasca Community College's Concurrent Enrollment page. Information for high school students and high school instructors pertaining to concurrent enrollment can be found below.
What is concurrent enrollment?
Concurrent enrollment provides high school students the opportunity to take college-credit bearing courses taught by college-approved high school teachers. It is a low-cost, scalable model for bringing accelerated courses to students in high schools. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while in their supportive high school environment and earn transcripted college credit at the time they complete the course.
Concurrent enrollment also facilitates close collaboration between high school teachers and college faculty that fosters alignment of secondary and postsecondary curriculum.
Sometimes called “dual credit”, “dual enrollment”, or “college in the schools”, concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment because high school instructors teach the college courses.
Itasca Community College is a member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). Read more about concurrent enrollment at the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships.
A listing or our current high school partners and map of our service area can be found on our High School Partners page.
College in the Schools Student Information
CIS Courses & Descriptions
Links to Descriptions & Outlines Coming Soon
- ANTH 1102 | Cultural Anthropology | 3 credits
- ART 1101 | Art Appreciation | 3 credits
- ART 1201 | Intro to Art and Design | 3 credits
- CHEM 1101 | Fundamentals of Chemistry | 4 credits
- ECON 1101 | Intro to Economics | 3 credits
- ECON 2101 | Macroeconomics | 3 credits
- ECON 2102 | Microeconomics | 3 credits
- ENGL 1101 | Composition I | 4 credits
- ENGL 1105 | Technical Research Writing | 3 credits
- ENGL 1113 | Composition II | 3 credits
- ENGL 2100 | Intro to Literature | 3 credits
- ENGL 2131 | Modern Novel | 3 credits
- ENGL 2134 | Intro to Short Story | 3 credits
- ENGL 2136 | Mythology | 3 credits
- GENL 1113 | Careers in Engineering | 1-3 credits
- GENL 1201 | Intro to Natural Resources | 1 credits
- GEOG 1108 | Cultural Geography | 3 credits
- HIST 1121 | World History I | 3 credits
- HIST 1122 | World History II | 3 credits
- HIST 1345 | American History up to 1865 | 3 credits
- HIST 1355 | American History from 1865 | 3 credits
- MASC 1301 | Digital Photography | 3 credits
- MATH 1002 | Applied Mathematics | 4 credits
- MATH 1105 | Elementary Statistics | 4 credits
- MATH 1111 | College Algebra | 4 credits
- MATH 1121 | Pre-Calculus | 4 credits
- MATH 1122 | Calculus I | 4 credits
- PE 1136 | Weight Training | 1 credit
- PE 1140 | Methods of Strength and Conditioning | 1 credit
- PE 1211 | Care and Prevention | 2 credits
- PRNU 1202 | Medical Terminology I | 1 credit
- PSYC 1101 | General Psychology | 3 credits
- PSYC 1201 | Human Growth & Development | 3 credits
College in the Schools Instructor Information
- CIS Instructor Application
- CIS Courses & Descriptions (see Student Info section)
- Discipline-Specific Professional Development Form
- Extended Leave Form
- Graduate Programs & Courses for CIS Instructors
- Professional Development Plan Template
- Sample Syllabus Template
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