• BHS - Dual Credit



    UNM-VC Courses offered at BHS for Fall 2019

    • ARTS 1610 (ARTS 106) - Drawing I
    • ARTS 1630 (ARTS 207) - Painting I
    • ARTS 2522 (ARTS 289) - Digital Imaging Techniques
    • AUTT 101 - Intro to Automotive Technology
    • DMA 120 - Intro to Film & Television Prod.
    • ECED 1110 (ECME 101) - Child Growth & Development
    • ECED 1115 (ECEME 103) - Health, Safety & Nutrition
    • ECME 220 - Assess Child & Eval Progrms
    • ENGL 110 - Accelerated Composition
    • HED 293 - Health Occupations (Careers)
    • MATH 1215 (MATH 120) - Intermediate Algebra
    • IT 193 (OBT 111) - Keyboarding and Word Processing I
    • WLDT 101 - Welding Blueprint Reading, CAD & Safety
    • WLDT 107 - Advanced Arc Welding
    • WLDT 130 - Pipe Welding

     

     UNM-VC Courses offered at BHS for Spring 2020

    • ARTS 125 - Art Practices I
    • ARTS 208 - Painting II
    • ARTS 289 - Digital Imaging Techniques
    • BIOL 110 - Biology for Non-Majors
    • BIOL 112L - Biology Lab for Non-Majors 
    • CHEM 111 - Elements of General Chemistry
    • CS 150 - Computing for Business Students
    • DMA 125 - Intro to Digital Media Arts
    • ECME 111 - Family & Community Collaboration
    • ECME 115 - Guiding Young Children
    • ECME 230 - Professionalism
    • ENGL 120 - Accelerated Compostion III
    • ENGL 150 - Study of Literature
    • HED 111 - Medical Terminology
    • HED 164L - Basic First Aid
    • IT 205 - Web Design Methodology
    • MATH 121 - College Algebra
    • MATH 162 - Calculus I
    • MUS 143 - University Chorus
    • SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I
    • SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II
    • WLDT 105 - Arc Welding I
    • WLDT 108 - Welding Oxy-Fuel
    • WLDT 141 - MIG & TIG Welding 




    What is Dual Credit?

    The Dual Credit Program allows public* and BHS high school students to earn credit for high school and credit for college when you take Dual Credit college courses.


    What is a Dual Credit course?

    Dual Credit courses are college courses taken for both high school and college credit while you are in high school. The courses need to be approved by both your high school and the college where you want to take courses, so check with your high school counselor first.

    Courses must be able to apply toward a postsecondary degree or certificate program. Remedial and developmental courses at the college may not be taken for Dual Credit, since they do not count toward a degree or certificate program.


    For more information please go to Dual Credit Student FAQ.

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