Dual Enrollment

Participation in the Dual Enrollment Courses enables students to earn college credit while still in high school. In addition, these programs introduce students to the rigors of college coursework early, and recent studies have shown that students who participate in dual-enrollment programs are more likely go on to get a college degree. Course offerings are listed under Dual Enrollment Programs.

Dual Enrollment Courses (3 college credits per class)

Humanities 101 (New Jersey Institute of Technology) This course focuses on developing advance written and oral communication skills that students will use within and beyond college. Students will learn to communicate with a variety of audiences in a variety of settings: academic, professional, civic, and personal. At the conclusion of the course, students will be expected to demonstrate proficiency in six core competency areas: rhetorical knowledge, critical thinking, reading and writing, composing processes, knowledge of conventions, composing in electronic environments; and information literacy.

Math 108 (New Jersey Institute of Technology) This course focuses on linear functions, equations, inequalities, systems of liner equations, quadratic equations, polynomials, rational expressions, expressions involving radicals, partial fractions decomposition, conic sections and graphing functions.

Introduction to Contemporary Business (Union County College) This course provides an overview of all phases of business, including ownership, marketing, personnel, finance, managerial controls, and the relationship of government and business. Topics include the relationship of business to the social and economic environment in which it operates and a practical orientation and emphasis on relationships between business concepts and potential business careers.

Tomorrow’s Teachers (Kean University) Tomorrow’s Teachers is an innovative course designed to attract young people who possess exemplary interpersonal and leadership skills to consider a career in teaching. The program seeks to provide high school students insight into the nature of teaching, the problems of schooling, and the critical issues affecting the quality of education in America’s schools..