• DUAL Credit Information

     DUAL credit is a program available to Coeur d'Alene High School students that allows eligible students to enroll in college level courses.  Students who successfully complete their DUAL credit courses will receive both college and high school level credit.

     

    Spring 2020 DUAL Credit Course offerings 
    Coeur d'Alene High School Campus 

    College

    Course Subject

    Course Number

    Course Title

    High School Equivalent

    College Credits

    High School Credits

    NIC

    English

    175

    Intro to Literature

    Junior English

    3

    1.5

    UI Political Science 101** Intro to Political Science and American Government. Government 3 1

    NIC

    History

    112

    US History after 1876

    US History

    3

    1.5

    NIC

    French

    German

    Spanish

    102

    Elementary II

    Elective

    5

    2.5

    NIC

    French

    German

    Spanish

    202

    Intermediate II

     

    Elective

     

    4

    2


    **POLS 101 meets one semester of the goverment requirement.  This course is available to students who took AP Government fall semester.

    Click here for a printable copy of the Spring 2020 DUAL credit courses.

     

    DUAL Credit Enrollment Procedures

    CHS students have the opportunity to take DUAL credit courses from multiple colleges and universities.  Below is a general listing of steps for students wishing to become a DUAL enrolled student.  To find more detailed steps for DUAL enrollment based on the different colleges and universities, please see the college links below.

     

    1. Determine if you meet the minimum requirements to become a DUAL Credit student

    2. Apply to your intended college/university

    3. If needed, schedule your placement assessments

    4. Meet with the College and Career Coordinator to put together DUAL Credit plan that best meets your post-secondary educational goals and high school graduation requirements.

    4. Register in your intended courses based on your placement, high school graduation requirements and post-secondary plans

    5. Give a copy of your college schedule to the College and Career Center for review.

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