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Central Private has partnered with the University of Louisiana Monroe's Dual Enrollment program to offer students the opportunity to earn college credit and meet the requirements for high school graduation.

ULM Dual Enrollment Handbook 2019-2020

Dual Enrollment Courses Offered at CP

BIOL 1001- The Living World
3 credit hours. Basic scientific and biological principles with an emphasis on the structure and processes of organisms. The course also includes a survey of the major types of living organisms. Non-majors only.
 
Offered through DE in Fall semesters. Does not always make minimum enrollment.
 
Students must have a MATH ACT subscore of 19 or higher.

ENGL 1001. COMPOSITION I
3 credit hours. Composition of analytical, expository, and argumentative writing; emphasizing writing as a process that includes analyzing a writing situation, prewriting, drafting, revising, and some documentation.
 
Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters.
 
Students must have an ENGL ACT subscore of 18 or higher OR an Accuplacer score of 86-120 OR a grade of “C” or better in a prerequisite, remedial ENGL AND must have completed ENGL III.

ENGL 1002. COMPOSITION II
3 credit hours. Composition of analytical and argumentative writing using documentation and research.
 
Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in ENGL 1001.
 
Offered online through DE in Spring semesters.

HIST 1011. WORLD CIVILIZATION I
3 credit hours. Survey of world history to the seventeenth century. Offered through DE in Fall semesters.
 
Students must have an ENGL ACT subscore of 18 or higher.

HIST 1012. WORLD CIVILIZATION II
3 credit hours. Survey of world history since the seventeenth century.
 
Offered online through DE in Spring semesters.
 
DE students must have an ENGL ACT subscore of 18 or higher.

MATH 1011. COLLEGE ALGEBRA
3 credit hours. Inā€depth treatment of solving equations and inequalities; function properties and graphs; inverse functions; linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications; systems of equations.
 
Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters.
 
Students must have a MATH ACT subscore of 19 or higher OR an Accuplacer score of 70-120 OR a grade of “C” or better in a prerequisite, remedial MATH AND must have completed Algebra II.

MATH 1012. TRIGONOMETRY
3 credit hours. Trigonometric functions and graphs; inverse trigonometric functions; fundamental identities and angle formulas; solving equations; triangles with applications; polar coordinate system.
 
Prerequisite(s): A grade of 'C' or better in MATH 1011 or College Credit in MATH 1011 (CLEP score of 50+ in College Algebra & ACT MATH subscore of 19 or higher; OR ACT MATH subscore of 26+).
 
Offered online through DE in Fall and/or Spring semesters. 

PSYC 2001. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
3 credit hours. Principles of psychology as a science, characteristics of human behavior and cognitions and a survey of major topic areas including motivation, learning, emotions, and social and biological factors.
 
Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters.
 
Students must have an ENGL ACT subscore of 18 or higher.

SOCL 1001. INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3 credit hours. A survey of the basic concepts of sociology and techniques of sociological research; factors and principles influencing the social life of man. 
 
Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters.
 
Students must have an ENGL ACT subscore of 18 or higher.
 

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