Concurrent Enrollment

  • What are CE Courses?


    Overland campus offers numerous Concurrent Enrollment credit courses in the Cherry Creek School District. Educators who are endorsed in both college and 6-12 academic institutions teach concurrent enrollment courses. Upon approved and successful completion, students will receive college-level credit and meet high school graduation requirements. Some courses are designed to lead to certifications in a content area. In partnership with our greater community, we are an extended campus of the Community College of Aurora and Arapahoe Community College.


    What CE Courses are offered?


    English
    English Composition 121
    English Composition 122
    Introduction to Literature 115

    Math
    Math for the Liberal Arts
    Intro to College Algebra
    College Algebra
    College Trigonometry
    Calculus 3/Differential Equations

    Science
    Biotechnology
    CE Geology (new)

    Social Studies
    U.S. History 101 & 102
    American Government
    Political Science
    African American Studies ​Business
    Computer Applications
    Intro. to Business
    Accounting 2
    Marketing 2
    Business Law 1

    Electives
    Computer Aided Design
    Technical Drawing
    Engineering Drawing and Design
    Automotive Technology 2
    Automotive Technology 3
    Intro. to Computer Programming 1
    Web Page Design 2
    Aviation Fundamentals
    Introduction to Criminal Justice
    Criminal Investigations
    **Concurrent Enrollment college credit is subject to course and teacher approval and completion of all required registration steps by the majority of the class within the designated semester deadline. Courses may be subject to cancellation for Concurrent Enrollment college credit due to unforeseen changes.


    Important CE Information

     

    To qualify for concurrent enrollment credit, a student may need to complete prerequisites, which may include; an introductory course completion, Accuplacer test results, or submission of ACT or SAT scores.

    A student must achieve a final grade of “C” or higher to be eligible for concurrent enrollment credit.

    Students are required to complete the online registration application and must complete a Concurrent Enrollment application for each course they enroll. This application includes student and legal parent/guardian consent to fulfill course requirements.

    Qualified students will register for the COF (College Opportunity Fund) stipend. These concurrent enrollment credits earned will be deducted from the COF lifetime account of 145 credit hours with the exemption of basic skills credits.