Dual Enrollment
Potential Course Selections

It is recommended that Dual Enrollment students list several options for district approval so that there are a variety of courses to consider/choose from. Courses may be full at the time of registration. Additional advanced classes may be available; however, advanced standing/prerequisites and special permission may be required. Please consult Carroll University's catalog. Most science classes also require a mandatory three hour lab component.

Courses

*Indicates Prerequisite required

Subject
Semester

Accounting

Subject:ACC205: Financial Accounting
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ACC206: Managerial Accounting*
Semester:Fall/Spring

Art

Subject:ART103: Art History
Semester:Fall
Subject:ART104: Art History
Semester:Spring
Subject:ART106: Drawing
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ART107: 2D and 3D Design
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ART206*: Intermediate and Life Drawing
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ART209: Photography
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ART225: Ceramics
Semester:Fall/Spring

Aviation Science

Subject:AVS101: Aviation Science I - lab/flight lessons are optional; please be aware these lessons are not covered by district-approved funding
Semester:TBA

Biology

Subject:BIO131: Genetics in Family and Society
Semester:Fall
Subject:ANP130: Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II
Semester:Fall
Subject:ANP140*: Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II
Semester:Spring
Subject:BIO131: Human Genetics
Semester:Spring
Subject:BIO120: Organismal Biology I and II
Semester:Fall
Subject:BIO125*: Organismal Biology I and II
Semester:Spring

Business

Subject:BUS101: Intro to Business
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:BUS290: Business Law
Semester:Fall/Spring

Chemistry

Subject:CHE101: General Chemistry
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:CHE102*: Biological Chemistry
Semester:Spring
Subject:CHE104: Forensic Science
Semester:Spring
Subject:CHE106: Drug Discovery
Semester:Fall
Subject:CHE109: Inorganic Chemistry I and II
Semester:Fall
Subject:CHE110: Inorganic Chemistry I and II
Semester:Spring

Communication

Subject:COM101: Speech
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:COM 145: Mass Communication
Semester:Fall
Subject:COM150: Research Methodology
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:COM200: Interpersonal Comm
Semester:Fall
Subject:COM202: Small Group Comm
Semester:Fall Even Years
Subject:COM203: Advertising
Semester:Fall
Subject:COM207: Intercultural Comm
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:COM208: Intro Public Relations
Semester:Spring
Subject:COM227: Technical Writing
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:COM232: Teams and Organizations
Semester:TBA
Subject:COM235: Gender and Society
Semester:TBA
Subject:COM237: Advanced Newswriting & Reporting
Semester:Spring

Computer Science

Subject:CSC110: Problem Solving through Programming
All other CSC classes by placement
Semester:Fall/Spring

Economics

Subject:ECO105: History of Economic Thought
Semester:Fall
Subject:ECO124: Microeconomics
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ECO225*: Macroeconomics
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ECO 306*: Microeconomic Theory
Semester:Fall
Subject:ECO 307*: Macroeconomic Theory
Semester:Spring

Education

Subject:EDU102:Exploration in Education and Society
Semester:Fall/Spring

Engineering

Subject:GEN100: Engineering Seminar I
Semester:Fall
Subject:GEN 101*: Engineering Seminar II
Semester:Spring

English

Subject:ENG162: Science Fiction and Gender
Semester:Spring
Subject:ENG164: American Indian Lit and Spirituality
Semester:Spring
Subject:ENG165: Cultural Exlpor of Race, Gender and Class
Semester:Fall
Subject:ENG199: Reading & Writing in the Sciences
Semester:Spring
Subject:ENG214: Global Film Thry and Criticism
Semester:Fall
Subject:ENG226: Africa: Lit & Culture
Semester:Fall

Environmental Science

Subject:ENV105: Intro Physical Geography
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ENV150: Climate Science
Semester:Spring
Subject:ENV120:Conservation and Environmental Improvement
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:ENG138:Cultural Geography
Semester:Spring

French, German or Spanish

Subject:By placement exam
Semester:TBD

History

Subject:HIS103: Roots of Western World
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:HIS104: Europe and Modern World
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:HIS105: American History
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:HIS106: American History
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:HIS107: Premodern World
Semester:Fall
Subject:HIS108: Understanding Contemp World
Semester:Fall
Subject:HIS110: History of Modern China
Semester:Spring Even Years
Subject:HIS112: History of Latin America
Semester:Spring

Graphic Communication

Subject:GRC106: Intro Comm Technology
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:GRC150: Digital Toolbox
Semester:Fall/Spring

Or other classes by placement

Health Care Administration

Subject:HCA100: Medical Terminology
Semester:Spring
Subject:HCA150: Intro to Health Care
Semester:Spring

Math

Subject:MAT160*: Calculus I, II and III
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:MAT161*: Calculus I, II and III
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:MAT207*: Calculus I, II and III
Semester:Fall
Subject:MAT205*: Discrete Math
Semester:Spring
Subject:MAT206*: Transition Advanced Math
Semester:Fall
Subject:MAT208*: Linear Algebra
Semester:Spring
Subject:MAT309*: Differential Equations
Semester:Fall Even Years

Music

Subject:MUS111/113: Music Theory I and Aural Skills I
Semester:Fall
Subject:MUS112/114*: Music Theory II and Aural Skills
Semester:Spring
Subject:MUS151: History of Jazz
Semester:Spring Even Years
Subject:MUS156: Listening to Classical Music
Semester:Fall
Subject:MUS157: Beethoven
Semester:Spring Odd Years
Subject:MUS158: Rock Music
Semester:Spring

Philosophy

Subject:PHI101: Intro to Philosophy
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:PHI105: Logic
Semester:Fall
Subject:PHI106: Ethics
Semester:Fall/Spring

Politics/Global Studies

Subject:POL103: Politics of the World’s Nations
Semester:Fall
Subject:POL141: Intro American Politics
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:POL155: Contemporary Global Politics
Semester:Fall

Physics

Subject:PHY203*: Calculus Based Physics I and II
Semester:Spring
Subject:PHY204*: Calculus Based Physics I and II
Semester:Fall

Psychology

Subject:PSY201*: Abnormal Psychology
Semester:Fall
Subject:PSY206*: Developmental Psychology
Semester:Spring
Subject:PSY211*: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Semester:Fall
Subject:PSY221*: Life-Span Psychology
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:PSY228*: Consumer Behavior
Semester:Spring
Subject:PSY240*: Biopsychology
Semester:Spring
Subject:PSY260*: Health Psychology
Semester:Spring

Religion

Subject:REL100: World Religions
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:REL106: Understanding Religion
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:REL102/103: Old/New Testament
Semester:Fall/Spring

Sociology

Subject:SOC101: Intro to Sociology
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:SOC102: Social Problems
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:SOC103: Intro Criminal Justice
Semester:Fall/Spring
Subject:SOC110: Cultural Anthropology
Semester:Fall/Spring

Questions?

Contact Linda Sklander at sklander@carrollu.edu for more information about dual enrollment options. Consult the Carroll University catalog for course descriptions and specific course details.

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