Summer 2021 Schedule and Information – CGCC
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Summer 2021 Schedule and Information

Summer 2021 Schedule and Information

Image of CoGreene students gathered displaying certificatesThe College-in-the-High School (dual enrollment) program at C-GCC provides area students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school, offering sessions in economics, psychology, sociology, health and safety, and more.

Academically eligible High School students may enroll now in online college courses (listed below) at one-third the regular cost per credit! Graduating seniors may apply for these courses at the affordable full tuition rate. Cost per credit hour is $69: a 3 credit hour class is $207, and a 4 credit hour class is $276.

C-GCC’s College-in-the-High School program has adopted the standards established by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP), a nationwide organization with an established set of programmatic standards indicative of quality concurrent enrollment programs.

College-in-the-High School Summer 2021 Schedule of Classes

Classes meet from July 12 – August 19, 2021
All classes will meet online except where noted*


Available to Fall 2021 Accelerated Freshmen, Accelerated Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

Course: BU 103 Foundations of Business (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Stacey Hills
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: MA 103 Business Mathematics (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Stacey Hills
Textbooks/Materials: 
Slater, Jeffrey and Sharon M. Wittry (2020), Practical Business Math Procedures, 13th Edition. NY: McGraw Hill Education (Purchase)

Course: MK 101 Principles of Marketing (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Stacey Hills
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: SA 101 Spanish I (3 credit hours)
*Meets: Online Tues. & Thurs. 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Lisa Osterhoudt
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required


Available to Fall 2021 Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Course: HE 103 Critical Issues in Health (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Colleen Landversicht
Textbooks/Materials: Core Concepts in Health; Paul Insel & Walton Roth, McGraw Hill, 16th ed. (Purchase: ISBN10: 1260500640; ISBN13: 9781260500646)

Course: HE 201 First Aid & Safety (3 credit hours)
*Meets: Online with one onsite test date required (TBD)
Instructor: Stacy Collier
Textbooks/Materials: NSC First Aid CPR/AED Student Textbook, SKU 791030025 (Purchase)


Available to Fall 2021 Juniors and Seniors Only

Course: CO 104 Public Communication (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Brooke Dickson
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: EC 101 Macroeconomics (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Robert Allard
Textbooks/Materials: To Be Determined

Course: EC 102 Microeconomics (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Dave Carlson
Textbooks/Materials: Economics Today & Tomorrow; Miller (Provided)

Course: EN 101 Composition (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Stacy Hilton
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: EN 102 Composition & Literature (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Thomas Corbett
Textbooks/Materials: Fahrenheit 451 (ISBN# 9781451673319); Hamlet No Fear Shakespeare edition (ISBN# 1586638440) (Digital copies of both will be provided)

Course: HI 101 Western Civilization (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Brian Thela
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: MA 110 College Algebra (4 credit hours)
Instructor: Linda Knight
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: MA 111 Pre-calculus (4 credit hours)
Instructor: Linda Knight
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: PS 104 Contemporary Global Issues (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Brian Thela
Textbooks/Materials: No textbook required

Course: PS 130 Contemporary Constitutional Issues (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Dave Carlson
Textbooks/Materials: American Government; Wm. A. McClenaghan (Provided)

Course: PY 101 General Psychology (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Ben Katagiri
Textbooks/Materials: Understanding Psychology; Glencoe (Provided)

Course: SO 101 Introduction to Sociology (3 credit hours)
Instructor: Ben Katagiri
Textbooks/Materials: Sociology; John J. Macionis (Provided

 

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