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The following courses may be taught at the local high school or the Jordan Academy for Technology and Careers. Students enrolled in these courses receive both high school credit, and credit through a local college. Some courses may apply toward the state core requirements for graduation. Some courses are elective credit. Contact your counselor for more information. All SLCC Concurrent Enrollment (CE) students must provide ACT or CPT placement scores as part of the admissions process. Although test scores are requested and provide the student with information regarding their academic levels of competency, students should not be discouraged from participation, as only a few concurrent classes have prerequisite placement scores to enroll. Contact your counselor for more information on CE placement testing and admissions. Students with inquiries regarding the college credit available for each CE course should consult the respective college catalog with their college advisor for the most accurate and current information.

Concurrent Enrollment Agriculture

LAEP 1030 Introduction to Landscape Architecture (USU) - Course #9212 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This program explores basic concepts and applications of design and planning used to shape landscapes.Students will participate in discussions, research, case studies, design charrettes, installation and maintenance projects and field trips.

PSC 1800 Introduction to Horticulture (USU) - Course #9215 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the production of nursery, greenhouse, fruit, and vegetable crops. Students will explore residential and commercial landscape construction and management. Students also learn about interior plants, arboriculture, turf science, landscape plants materials, and home gardening.

Concurrent Enrollment Automotive

AR 1100 Automotive Refinishing - Course #9017 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Corequisite: AR 1111
This is a lecture class covering surface preparation and application of undercoats and top coats including single and two paint systems.

AR 1111 Refinishing Skill Development - Course #9018 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 2.0 Credits
Corequisite: AR 1100
This course covers skill development of surface prep and paint competencies.

AUTO 1010 Maintenance & Light Repair Fundamentals - Course #9034 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This is an introductory course providing fundamentals of operation and maintenance procedures including researching service information; shop safety; tool and equipment use; maintenance; and light repair service procedures. It is a prerequisite to additional AUTO courses. Completers may test to become Honda PACT students.

AUTO 1150 Automotive Electrical and Electronics w/Lab - Course #9037 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite:  AUTO 1010 or successful completion of a challenge exam
Diagnostic and repair procedures involved in electrical and electronic systems with practical application of Ohm’s law. Hands on diagnosis and repair of charging, starting, lighting, electronic accessory, and supplemental restraint systems.

DST 1045 Safety/Basic Diesel Theory - Course #9040 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0 .5 Credits
This course involves both theory and practical experience in disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of both 2 and 4 cycle diesel engines, subassemblies for different engine systems, running and tuning up engines from different manufacturers. Safety will be stressed.

DST 1065 Safety/Basic Engine Performance - Course #9042 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course involves both theory and practical experience in troubleshooting and repair of both 2 and 4 cycle diesel engines. Parts nomenclature, hydro mechanical fuel injection system design and operation, and engine maintenance will also be covered. Safety will be stressed.

Concurrent Enrollment Business

ACCT 1110 Financial Accounting 1 - Course #9800 | Credit (CTE, AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods underlying the preparation of financial statements using generally accepted accounting principles. Topics covered include accounting cycle, cash and receivables.

ACCT 1120 Financial Accounting 2 - Course #9802 | Credit (CTE, AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is a continuation of concepts and methods learned in Accounting 1110. Topics include long-term assets, liabilities, business entities, statement of cash flow, and financial statement analysis.

BUS 1050 Foundations of Business - Course #9801 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
On Campus Concurrent Enrollment Only
Corequisite:  ENGL 1010
This course provides a historical, sociological and philosophical overview of the fundamental aspects of business. Topics include business in a world of change, socio-economics, the human factor and ethics in the workplace and social responsibility in a global market.

CTEL 1010 Leadership and Team Building - Course #8360 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
In this course, students will discover and develop their strengths in leadership and teambuilding. Career-building strategies will be explored.  Students will develop human relations skills that will help them to thrive in a diverse society. (Note: This course is required for all students completing an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at Salt Lake Community College.)

MGT 1100 Small Business Management - Course #9845 | Credit (CTE)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course meets the needs of ATE programs in Small Business Management.  It educates students in Vocational programs about small business management/ownership fundamentals. Curriculum learning will be industry specific.

MGT 1600 Management Essentials - Course #9847 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course focuses on management essentials for entry-level managers. It places emphasis on management concepts and functions, also motivation, leadership, and team building.  It includes casework, presentations, group work and exams.

Concurrent Enrollment Computer Systems

CSIS 1400 Fundamentals of Programming - Course #5711 | Credit (CTE, S, AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  Computer Literacy
This course covers fundamental programming concepts in high-level languages: design, data types, control structures, methods, classes, Java API, IDEs. Emphasis on developing problem-solving skills by designing, implementing and executing simple programs.

CSIS 1410 Object-Oriented Programming - Course #5712 | Credit (CTE, S, AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  CSIS 1400
This course covers object oriented design using UML: problem statement and glossary, use case diagram and scenarios, activity diagram, role/object mapping, and class diagrams. Introduction to Java: data types, control structures, methods and classes, arrays and introduction to the Java API.

CS 2420 Algorithms and Data Structures (UVU) - Course #5713 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  CSIS 1410
This course introduces data structures using an object-oriented programming language, and paradigm. It studies data abstraction as a design tool. It includes advanced arrays, records, dynamic data structures, searching and sorting, vectors, trees, linked lists, and graphs. Uses file I/O to store data structures. It discusses algorithm metrics.

Concurrent Enrollment Cosmetology

COST 1100 Cosmetology Theory 1 (USU-E) - Course #9952 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers bacteriology, decontamination and infection control, permanent waving, chemical hair relaxing, haircutting, and hair lightening. Emphasis is placed on new technology and product knowledge from industry.

COST 1110 Cosmetology Theory 1 Lab (USU-E) - Course #9950 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This lab course involves lab instruction and practical application. It teaches shampooing, scalp treatments, manicuring, hair cutting, hairdressing, tinting and bleaching, and facials.

COST 1200 Cosmetology Theory 2 (USU-E) - Course #9955 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers hair coloring, skin and disorders, chemistry, properties of scalp and hair, and wet and thermal hair styling.

COST 1210 Cosmetology Theory 2 Lab (USU-E) - Course #9953 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This lab course involves lab instruction and practical application. It teaches shampooing, scalp treatments, manicuring, hair cutting, hairdressing, tinting and bleaching, and facials.

COST 2300 Interm. Cosmetology Theory (USU-E) - Course #9958 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers salon business, electricity and light therapy, nails and disorders, manicuring, and pedicuring.

COST 2310 Interm. Cosmetology Theory Lab (USU-E) - Course #9956 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This lab course involves lab instruction and practical application. It teaches shampooing, scalp treatments, manicuring, hair cutting, hairdressing, tinting and bleaching, and facials.

COST 2400 Interm. Cosmetology Theory (USU-E) - Course #9961 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers theory of massage, facials, facial makeup, and barbering. It includes a review of previous theory classes.  It includes lecture classes for the State Board exam and certification.

COST 2410 Interm. Cosmetology Theory Lab (USU-E) - Course #9959 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This lab course involves lab instruction and practical application. It teaches shampooing, scalp treatments, manicuring, hair cutting, hairdressing, tinting and bleaching, and facials.

Concurrent Enrollment Design Technology

EDDT 1010 Technical Drafting 1 - Course #9814 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course teaches lab practice in board drafting techniques, the use of drafting tools, lettering, geometric construction, orthographic & isometric sketching, projection techniques, section views, & dimensioning standards in both technical and architectural disciplines.

EDDT 1040 Introduction to AutoCAD - Course #9819 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  Basic computer skills
Basic skills using Auto CAD for drafting applications are taught. The course includes drawing and modification commands, construction, dimensions, templates, blocks, and libraries, hatching, layers, scales, and plotting.

Concurrent Enrollment Education

EDU 1010 Orientation to Education - Course #9948 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course studies teaching as a career; challenges and rewards; history; philosophies; social issues; legal issues; job availability and governance. It covers preparation for acceptance into a teacher education program. Field experience is required.

SPED 1000 Principles of Effective Peer Teaching (USU) - Course #9944 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
In this course, students will learn strategies for tutoring low readers. Students will be taught a systematic tutoring and mentoring process.  In addition, specific criteria will be included to evaluate the students’ instructional tutoring performance.

Concurrent Enrollment Engineering

ENGR 1000 Intro to Engineering Design (USU) - Course #9821 | Credit (CTE, AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Principles of Engineering is an introduction to some of the major concepts that students will encounter in a postsecondary engineering course of study. Students have an opportunity to investigate engineering and high tech careers. POE gives students the opportunity to develop skills and understanding of course concepts through activity-, project-, and problem-based learning, Used in combination with a teaming approach, learning challenges students to continually hone their interpersonal skills, creative abilities, and problem solving skills based upon engineering concepts.

Concurrent Enrollment English Language Arts

COMM 1010 Elements of Effective Communication - Course #9836 | Credit (E, Sr. ELA) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course involves communication principles and practice applied in dyadic, group, written, electronic, and oral presentation assignments. It covers listening, perception, verbal clarity, non-verbals, diversity, conflict management & interviewing in workplace and interpersonal settings.

COMM 1020 Principles of Public Speaking - Course #9830 | Credit (CTE, Sr. ELA) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers preparing and delivering speeches for civic and professional occasions. It involves basic theory & skills practice including: audience analysis, anxiety management, critical listening, and supporting claims with evidence, persuasion, motivation, and delivery.

ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing - Course #9600 | Credit (Sr. ELA) | Grade12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: ACT Reading score of at least 18 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Reading score.
This course involves the development of critical literacy – reading, writing, and thinking- using methods of knowledge making, including personal, collaborative, visual, and textual methods. It promotes awareness of rhetorical strategies as they apply to a variety of socio-cultural contexts.

ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing - Course #9611 | Credit (Sr. ELA)| Grade 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: ENGL 1010 with a C or better.
This course extends principles of rhetorical awareness and knowledge making introduced in ENGL 1010 and increases the ideological engagement within the classroom. It interrogates socioeconomic and political issues. The course may be taught with a Service Learning component.

HUMA 1100 Intro to Humanities - Course #9603 | Credit (Sr. ELA) | Grade 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course thematically investigates the fundamental and perennial questions of humankind and how human beings relate through culture to their political, religious, social, intellectual, economic, and geographic environments.

HUMA 1010 Introduction of the Humanities (TICE) - Course #9608 | Credit (Sr. ELA) | Grade 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is a Technology Intensive Concurrent Enrollment (TICE) hybrid course which will be offered in conjunction with Salt Lake Community College. It introduces the elements of the Humanities through a thematic survey of the major ideas, art forms, literature, social structures, and events of history that have shaped global human cultures from the prehistoric to the present.  Activities and discussions encourage students to make cultural connections, see world events in historical context, and to think critically.

Concurrent Enrollment Family and Consumer Sciences

CHEF 1110 Sanitation - Course #9921 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Develop an understanding of basic principles of sanitation and safety. Be able to apply them in food service operations. Reinforce personal hygiene habits and protecting consumer health. Class is prerequisite/concurrent for any lab class.

FHS 2400 Marriage and Family Relationships - Course #9926 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 |0.5/1.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to marriage and the family. Personality, interpersonal relations, and society are examined within the context of the family life cycle.  Emphasis is placed on the impact of societal and personal choices on the family.

FHS 2600/0010 Intro to Early Childhood Ed. and Lab - Course #9927 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Concurrent with FHS 0010
This course is an introduction to the field of Early Childhood Education. Basics for shaping curriculum for young children are introduced. It includes observation and participation in a supervised lab experience. FHS 0010, the corequisite lab, for this course entails supervised interaction with children in the on-site lab school

FHS 1500 Human Development Across the Lifespan - Course #9929 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Fundamentals of growth and development from preconception to old age and death are explored. The domains of physical, cognitive, and social-emotional growth for each age in the life cycle are explored in a variety of contexts.

INTD 1010 Introduction to Interior Design - Course #8785 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course provides a broad overview of the principles of interior design, furniture selection, accessories, lighting, fabrics and architectural finishes.

NUTR 1020 Foundations in Nutrition (Weber) - Course #9915 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Human nutrition is the platform to study the nature and integration of science across disciplines and in society through applied problem solving and data analysis. Nutritional balance and good health are explored in context of the levels of organization, metabolism and homeostasis, genetics and evolution, and ecological interactions. This course is taught Web enhanced.

NUTR 1240 Nutrition and Sustainable Cooking (Weber) - Course #9916 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Sustainable ways to acquire, prepare and consume food to support a healthier individual, population, and environment are explored. Food science principles will be emphasized in the laboratory experience.

Concurrent Enrollment Financial Literacy

FIN 1050 Personal Finance - Course #9803 | Credit (F) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course studies financial skills essential for economic success. Subjects covered include financial planning, financial services, income taxes, consumer buying, insurance, retirement planning, and estate planning.

FHS 2400 Marriage and Family Relations/ARFL - Course #9928 | Credit (CTE, F) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Taught in 2 semesters with Adult Roles and Financial Responsibilities
This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy. Topics include decision-making to set and implement financial goals, values, communication skills, self-awareness, families, sources of income and the relationship between income and career preparation, crisis management, marriage preparation, marriage, money management, saving, investing, parenting, and retirement planning.  Students who complete the entire course fulfill the General Financial Literacy graduation requirement. FCCLA may be an integral part of the course.

Concurrent Enrollment Fine Art

ART 1010 Exploring Art - Course #1067 | Credit (A) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This introduces visual art to the non-art major. It provides historical perspective of visual art development, study of major principles, elements, medias, and techniques. There will be some non-judgmental, hands-on producing of art. Some reading and writing will be required.

ART 1010 Intro to the Visual Arts (SNOW) - Course #1073 | Credit (A) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is an introductory course for non-art majors in which students will learn to understand and appreciate art through the study of the visual language. This course illustrates the place of art in a broader cultural context. Emphasis is placed on helping the students develop judgment in art analyses and criticism.

ART 1020 Intro to Drawing - Course #1066 | Credit (A)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is an introductory drawing course for non-art majors. Line, shape, perspective, and light logic will be discussed. Using these techniques, students will develop their drawing skills. Some reading and writing will be required.

ART 1020 Intro to Drawing - Course #1074 | Credit (A, CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
(CTE Endorsed Instructor)
This is an introductory drawing course for non-art majors. Line, shape, perspective, and light logic will be discussed. Using these techniques, students will develop their drawing skills.  Some reading and writing will be required. This course is taught by teachers who have CTE certification as well as art certification.

FLM 1045 Beginning Film Production - Course #1660 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | .5 Credits
This course is an intensive workshop experience in which students, crewing in their area of specialization, complete the shooting and post-production of projects up to 15 minutes in length. It is required for film majors.

Concurrent Enrollment Health

AT 2175 Intro to Sports Medicine (Weber) - Course #7208 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This course presents the duties and functions of the certified athletic trainer and their relationship to other allied health care and sports medicine professionals. The course will focus on the fundamental causes, prevention, recognition, care, reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries/illnesses, and program organization and administration. The course will include the planning, preparation, and presentation of group projects on assigned topics related to athletic training. It is for non-majors.

AT 2300 Emergency Response (Weber) - Course #9135 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course meets the needs of the non-health care professional that has a duty to respond in an emergency. It provides more skills and in-depth training than the First Aid; Responding to Emergencies course. This course leads to American Red Cross certification in emergency Response and CPR for the Professional Rescuer.

ESEC 1140 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (UVU) - Course #9131 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course prepares students for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic through the Utah Bureau of EMS. It includes CPR, automatic defibrillation, patient assessment and treatment, legal issues, airway support, medical and trauma emergencies, emergency childbirth, pediatric emergencies and patient movement/transport. Participation in the HOSA student leadership organization may be an integral part of this program.

HLTH 1200 First Aid and Safety - Course #9114 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course follows American Red Cross Responding to Emergency guidelines and leads to first aid and CPR certification.

HLTH 1020 Foundations of Human Nutrition - Course #9115 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
SLCC Internet Only
This course introduces and applies basic nutrition concepts. It covers fundamentals of human nutrition and its applications to a healthier lifestyle. It involves evaluation and assessment of nutrition issues which includes preventing nutrition-related diseases.

HTHS 1120 Case Studies in Health Sciences (Weber) - Course #9118 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
WSU Online class only
Prerequisites: HTHS 1101, HTHS 1110 and HTSH 1111 or an equivalent course in anatomy and physiology
Case Studies in Health Sciences is a WSU Online course designed for students wishing to explore the interdisciplinary nature of health care using case study models. Each case study focuses on a disease process. Progression through each case study involves a review of anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, medical terminology and a study of health professionals including their educational and training requirements. Additionally, the student will explore key medical diagnostic tests (e.g. laboratory, imaging) used in patient disease diagnosis, management and prevention. The course emphasizes the importance of the team approach to patient care.

HTHS 1101 Medical Terminology (Weber) - Course #9119 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course teaches medical terms of Greek and Latin origin. It is designed for the pre-professional and workers in health related fields.

HTHS 1110 Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (Weber) - Course #9128 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an integrated presentation of the basic concepts of physics, chemistry, human anatomy, human physiology and medical microbiology as related to humans. The course is global and interdisciplinary while remaining introductory.

HTHS 1111 Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 (Weber) - Course #9129 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: HTHS 1110
This course is a continuation of the integrated presentation of the basic concepts taught in HTHS 1110 of physics, chemistry, human anatomy, human physiology and medical microbiology as related to humans. The course is global and interdisciplinary while remaining introductory.

MA 1100 Medical Terminology - Course #9725 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course uses videos supplemented with lecture and discussion covering more than 350 medical word roots, suffixes, and prefixes. Emphasis is placed on the pronunciation, spelling, and proper usage of medical terminology. Medical abbreviations are also introduced.

OTA 1020 Introduction to Occupational Therapy - Course #9170 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Students learn the history, principles, philosophy of profession & scope of practice, work settings and specialty areas. Ethics, standards, legal issues and professional behavior are also addressed. Visits to local clinicians and field trips are scheduled.

Concurrent Enrollment Marketing

MKTG 1030 Intro to Marketing - Course #9825 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Students receive a basic understanding of marketing principles and consumer-to-business relationships that influence consumer behavior.

PS 1303 Sales Channels/Marketing 2 (Weber) - Course #9881 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course examines the distribution process of goods and services, the interrelationships of customer demands, production, pricing, promotion, and the movement of goods from producer to consumer.

PS 1890 Co-Op Work Experience/Retailing (Weber) - Course #9882 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Students will prepared to operate businesses that sell, rent or lease goods and services.  This course will provide activity-oriented training in buying, storing, pricing, advertising, display, selling, financing, and other activities necessary for successful business operations.  Students will have on the job training by operating a school store at the local high school.

PS 2383 Retail Merchandising and Buying Methods (Weber)- Course #9885 | Credit (CTE)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course involves the study of the retail buyers’ duties, different buying organizations, and techniques, procedures of purchasing merchandise for resale and retail merchandising strategies.

Concurrent Enrollment Mathematics

MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning - Course #9658 | Credit (AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: A “C” average in Secondary Math I, II, and III OR completion of Secondary Math III and ACT Math score of at least 19 and Reading score of at least 16 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Math and Reading scores
This course focuses on the development of analytical thinking through the application of math to real-life problems.  Topics include modeling, logic, financial math, probability, statistics, and geometry.

MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics - Course #9652 | Credit (AAF-M) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: A “C” average in Secondary Math I, II, and III OR completion of Secondary Math III and ACT Math score of at least 22 and Reading score of at least 16 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Math and Reading scores
This course covers descriptive and inferential statistical methods. Emphasis is on sampling design; descriptive statistics; linear regression & correlation; probability; sampling distributions; hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals.

MATH 1050 College Algebra - Course #9650 | Credit (AAF-M)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: A “C” average in Secondary Math I, II, and III AND ACT Math score of at least 23 and Reading score of at least 18 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Math and Reading scores
College Algebra satisfies quantitative literacy requirements for students planning to take calculus. Topics include polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; matrices; conics; sequences and series; and mathematical induction.

MATH 1060 Trigonometry - Course #9651 | Credit (AAF-M)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  MATH 1050 with at least a C grade OR ACT Math score of at least 26 and ACT Reading score of at least 18 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Reading score.
This course covers Trigonometric functions and their graphs developed using circular and triangular methods including inverses; polar coordinates; and an introduction to vectors.

Concurrent Enrollment Music

MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music - Course #1399 | Credit (A) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is an introductory survey of Western music from chant to jazz highlighting major contributions from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century and American music styles.

Concurrent Enrollment Protective Services

CJ 1010 Criminal Justice - Course #9150 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course exposes students to theories, concepts, and methods used to facilitate understanding, predicting and responding to issues of deviance and crime in America. Also includes development and evolution of components of American Criminal Justice System, including the history of racial, ethnic and gender discrimination on charging, conviction, incarceration and employment.

CJ 1300 Intro to Corrections - Course #9154 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: CJ 1010 or Instructor approval
This course examines the history, function and administration of corrections in our criminal justice system.

CJ 1330 Criminal Law - Course #9151 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: CJ 1010 or Instructor approval
This course examines crimes, defenses, and the historical origins and functions of criminal law in our society.  Included are criminal trial, pre- and post-trial motions and the law enforcement officer as a witness & tactics of defendants.

CJ 1350 Intro to Forensic Science - Course #9156 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers the importance of locating, collection and preservation of physical evidence at crime scenes. Included as part of the course are crime laboratory techniques and services in examination of evidence.

CJ 2540 Careers in Law Enforcement - Course #9155 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  CJ 1010
This course provides an insight into the workings and hiring practices of various law enforcement agencies such as ATF, DEA, FBI, and local, county, and state police agencies.  Also available is access to law enforcement guest lectures.

ESFF 1000 Survey of Fire & Rescue Emergency Services (UVU) - Course #9160 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course explores career opportunities and job requirements of fire and rescue emergency services. It discusses the various duties within emergency services. It discusses the various duties within emergency services including structural firefighting, wildland firefighting, technical rescue, hazardous materials control, fire protection, fire investigations, and incident command. It explains the employment testing and selection processes of federal, state, municipal, and industrial emergency service organizations. Students develop basic emergency skills in hazard recognition, response organization, and fire extinguisher use.

ESFF 1120 Principles of Fire & Rescue Emergency Services Safety and Survival (UVU) - Course #9162 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course introduced the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives. It focuses on the need for cultural and behavior change throughout the emergency services.

Concurrent Enrollment Science

BIOL 1010/1015 Intro to Biology and Lab (Foundation/Core) - Course #3221 | Credit (BS) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: ACT Reading Score of at least 16 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Reading score.
This is a course for non-science majors. It provides a survey of living diversity from bacteria to plants and animals. It also introduces cell structure and physiology, inheritance, evolution, and classification. In order to earn core science credit, students must complete the work for BIOL 1015, the corequisite lab, which includes laboratory study, experimentation, and analysis illustrating important biological principles. Important aspects of plant biology are illustrated.

BIOL 1090 Human Biology - Course #3220 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: ACT Reading score of at least 16 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer score.
This course focuses on humans as biological entities. It introduces the scientific process, chemical and cellular bases of life, role of DNA in the continuity of life, evolution, and inter-relationships among humans and other living organisms.

BTEC 1010 Fundamentals of Biotechnology 1 - Course #9846 | Credit (CTE, AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Previous high school math and biology coursework and Corequisite:  BTEC 1015
This course teaches students the history, branches, and applications of the biotechnology industry. It also examines the scientific basis for biotechnology products and examines the ethical and legal aspects important in the industry. This course must be taken in conjunction with BTEC 1015 the required lab

BTEC 1015 Fundamentals of Biotechnology 1 Lab - Course #9877 | Credit (CTE, AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Corequisite: BTEC 1010
This course teaches students fundamental theoretical and practical hands-on knowledge of commonly used instruments, preparation of solutions, reagents, and methodology used in the life science laboratory. This is required as the lab portion of BTEC 1010.

CHEM 1010 Intro to Chemistry - Course #3237 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course is a survey of general chemistry: structure, composition, properties and chemical transformations.

CHEM 1010/1015 Intro to Chemistry and Lab (Foundation/Core) - Course #3238 | Credit (CS) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course is a survey of general chemistry: structure, composition, properties and chemical transformations. In order to earn core science credit, students must complete the work for both the CHEM 1010 course and CHEM 1015, the corequisite lab.

CHEM 1110/1115 Elementary Chemistry and Lab (Foundation/Core) - Course #3231 | Credit (CS) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: ACT Math score of at least 18 and Reading score of at least 13
or equivalent SAT, or Accuplacer Reading and Math scores
This introductory course in general inorganic and organic chemistry of hydrocarbons of functional groups is for health science students and other non-chemistry majors.  In order to earn core science credit, students must complete the work for both the CHEM 1110 course and CHEM 1115, the corequisite lab.

GEO 1010 Introduction to Geology - Course #3169 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to the processes and materials that shape the earth. It includes mineral identification, map reading, deposition, volcanism, earthquakes, and continental drift.

MET 1010 Intro to Meteorology - Course #3270 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Students are introduced to the characteristics and dynamics of the atmosphere and their daily application. Food, clothing, shelter, economics, and recreational activities are representative samplings of human activities affected by climate

PHYS 1040 Elementary Astronomy - Course #3205 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Structure, scale, and behavior of the universe and its underlying laws are presented in a conceptual format. The course also studies formation and workings of the sun and planets. It also examines Earth as a planet and as a reference for reckoning of the celestial sphere.

PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics - Course #3210 | Credit (AAF-S) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is a conceptual survey course in introductory physics for non-science majors. Principles of mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and magnetism are studied. This course does not include a lab.

Concurrent Enrollment Social Studies

ECON 1740 Economic History of the U.S. - Course #8381 | Credit (E)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
On Campus Concurrent Enrollment Only
This course explores the historical foundations of American economic growth and development from colonial times to the present. The study of economic history provides scholars the opportunity to understand and analyze, from a historical perspective, the impact of institutional and structural changes within the American economy.

HIST 1700 American Civilization - Course #6401 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: ACT Reading score of at least 18 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Reading score.
This course covers American History from the Pre-Columbian period to the present. It provides a thorough examination of the major social, political, and economic events, issues, and themes of the period. Certain sections taught using service-learning.

HIST 1700 American Civilization (Weber) - Course #6405 | Credit (USH) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This course involves an analysis of American civilization that traces social, cultural, economic, and political developments in the United States.

HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (Snow) - Course #6406 | Credit (E)| Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers the development of the United States to 1877 and includes the Colonial Period, the American Revolution, the Nationalistic Period, Western Expansion, Sectionalism, the Civil War, and Reconstruction. This course taken in conjunction with HIST 2710 will satisfy the US History graduation requirement, If students only complete HIST 2700, they will only earn elective credit.

HIST 2710 US History since 1877 (Snow) - Course #6407 | Credit (USH*) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers the development of the United States from 1865 to the present and includes Industrialism, the Last Frontier, the Progressive Era, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression and New Deal, World War II, the Cold War Era, the Civil Rights Movement, and Contemporary America. This course taken in conjunction with HIST 2700 will satisfy the US History graduation requirement,
* If students only complete HIST 2700, they will only earn elective credit.

POLS 1100 American National Government (Snow) - Course #6157 | Credit (USGC) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to the structure, functions and political dynamics of the major institutions within the American governmental system.

POLS 1100 American National Government (TICE) - Course #6158 | Credit (USGC) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  ACT Reading score of at least 18 or equivalent SAT or Accuplacer Reading score.
This course is a Technology Intensive Concurrent Enrollment (TICE) hybrid course which will be offered in conjunction with Salt Lake Community College. It surveys the institutions and practices of the U.S. national government with emphasis placed on political behavior and social conflict. The course may be taught with a Service Learning component.

PSY 1010 General Psychology - Course #6143 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is a basic survey of psychology examining the historical and current foundations supporting the scientific study of mind and behavior.

SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology - Course #6146 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
On Campus or Internet Concurrent Enrollment Only
This SLCC internet course introduces students to the nature and scope of sociology, including systematic treatment of group life, social institutions, social problems, social change, and social control.

Concurrent Enrollment Theatre

THEA 1013 Introduction to Theatre - Course #1670 | Credit (A) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to live theatre and drama and the creative heritage of theatre. Students will develop critical awareness of dramatic theory and performance practice through reading and evaluating historical and contemporary drama and through applied creative activities. Students are expected to attend theatre performances outside of regularly scheduled class time.

THEA 1013 Introduction to Theatre (Weber) - Course #1671 | Credit (A) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to live theatre and drama and the creative heritage of theatre. Students will develop critical awareness of dramatic theory and performance practice through reading and evaluating historical and contemporary drama and through applied creative activities. Students are expected to attend theatre performances outside of regularly scheduled class time.

Concurrent Enrollment Visual Arts

ART 1630 Computer Graphic Essentials – 3D Graphics - Course #1077 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to the production process, skill sets, foundational principles, and techniques of 3D animation. It is an intense course with heavy emphasis on drawing.

ART 1630 Computer Graphic Essentials – 3D Animation - Course #1078 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This course is an introduction to the production process, skill sets, foundational principles, and techniques of 3D animation. It is an intense course with heavy emphasis on drawing.

ART 1080 Photoshop & Digital Media - Course #1076 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
In this course, students will receive an introduction to software and hardware used to create multimedia productions. Students will have hands-on experience using hardware, software to create 2D/3D graphics, sound, animation, and video. The course will include discussion of the multimedia market, copyright, and ethics in mass media.

ART 2440 Website Design - Course #8664 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite or Corequisite: ART 1080
In this course, students will learn the knowledge and skills needed to build and manage professional websites that adhere to industry standards. Students will design and create interactive web sites, graphs, animation, and advanced styling using HTML, CSS, & JavaScript.

Concurrent Enrollment Welding

WLD 1110 Fundamentals of Welding - Course #9014 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Corequisite:  Concurrent with WLD 1111
This course covers the theory of shielded metal arc welding, oxy-acetylene welding and cutting. Students study electrode classification and mastery of safety procedure.

WLD 1111 Fundamentals of Welding Lab - Course #9026 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Corequisite:  Concurrent with WLD 1110
This course provides practical lab applications of shielded metal arc welding, oxy-acetylene welding and cutting. It also includes the study of electrode classification, mastery of safety and rolling bend test.

Concurrent Enrollment Woodworking

CMGT 1220 Woodworking and Millwork 1 - Course #9860 | Credit (CTE) 11-12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course explores the basic principles of woodworking. Safety will be discussed in depth. Topics include the theory and hands-on application of joinery, design, cut-lists, stock preparation and assembly. An assigned skill building project utilizing techniques such as frame and panel construction. Includes an introduction to use wood veneers as a sustainable practice.

CMGT 1340 Cabinetmaking and Renewable Materials 1 - Course #9861 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This is a hands-on course for students with little/no cabinetmaking experience; taught safe operation of typical shop equipment, and participate in building custom cabinets for a current project home. Attendance is crucial.

CMGT 1200 Personal Projects - Course #9863 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This course allows students to plan a special project in an area of personal interest (approved by the instructor). Students will use the shop & tools of the trade to build projects of their own design. Safety is taught along with the correct use of equipment.

CMGT 1410 Construction Materials/Methods - Course #9864 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Students will receive an overview of a building, from start to finish. Students will learn materials, tools & practices used in the construction industry. Topics include: framing, concrete, finish work, cabinets, and construction management.

CMGT 1320 Building Construction 1 - Course #9865 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is a hands-on course for students with little or no experience in concrete/framing carpentry experience. Starting from a freshly excavated hole, students will build a structure, forming and placing the footings and foundation and entirely framing the structure.

CMGT 1330 Interior Finishes 1 - Course #9867 | Credit (CTE) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is a hands-on course for students with little/no interior finish experience. Students will work on a project house installing doors, casing, base and shelving.

Concurrent Enrollment World Languages

LATIN 1010 - Course #9579 | Credit (E, Sr. LA) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Students will learn Latin grammar, vocabulary, Roman history, and mythology. They will learn to read the writings of ancient authors and they will learn foundational linguistics.

SPAN 3118 Literature and Film: Contemporary Issues - Course #9577 | Credit (E) | Grades 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Prerequisite:  Spanish AP Language and Culture exam score of 3 or higher
In this course, students will critically analyze and interpret works of literature and film in Spanish to explore contemporary societal issues. Students will utilize interpretive communication skills (listening and reading) in order to speak and write in detail and in an organized way about events and experiences in various time frames, to confidently handle routine situations with an unexpected complication, and to share their point of view in writing and discussions on some complex cultural and historical issues.

SPN 1010 Beginning Spanish 1 - Course #9575 | Credit (E, Sr. LA) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
This is the first in a series of Spanish courses which focus on listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture. The major objective of the first year is to develop functional language ability in the Spanish culture. Lab attendance is required.

SPN 1020 Beginning Spanish 2 - Course #9576 | Credit (E, Sr. LA) | Grades 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite:  SPN 1010 with C or better or Instructor approval
This is the second in a series of Spanish courses that focus on listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture. The major objective of the first year is to develop functional language ability the Hispanic culture. Lab attendance is required.


LEGEND (Credit)

A = Fine Arts
AAF-M = Applied, Advanced Foundation Math
AAF-S = Applied, Advanced Foundation Science
BS = Biological Science
CS = Chemistry Science
DS = Digital Studies
CTE = Career and Technical Education
E = Electives
ES = Earth Science
F = Financial Literacy
WG = World Geography
HE = Health Education

ILA = Individual Lifetime Activities
ELA = English Language Arts
FL = Fitness for Life
M = Mathematics
PS = Physical Science
PST = Participation Skills & Techniques
Sr. ELA= Senior English Language Arts
S = Foundation/Core Science
WH = World History
USH = US History
USGC = US Government & Citizenship

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