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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 Courses Offered 2022-2023

Eligibility requirements for ULM Dual Enrollment classes:
Students must be a sophomore or higher to enroll with ULM.
Classes are offered at $200 per class (except Calculus through LSU), plus the cost of books & fees.
Students will need a laptop capable of supporting Moodle. This is where instructors will post assignments and classwork, and where students will save their work.
Students must have a GPA of 2.75.
Students must have an overall composite ACT score of 19 to qualify for dual enrollment.
Students must have an English ACT composite of 18 to take the English courses.
Students must have a Math ACT composite of 19 to take the math courses.
Pre-ACT scores / Accuplacer can only be accepted if a student has not taken the ACT. 

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. LCCN: CENL 1013. Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters. Students must have an ENGL ACT sub score of 18+ OR an Accuplacer NG Writing score of 250+ OR a “C” or better in a 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. LCCN: CENL 1023. CAES. Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. Offered F2F and Online through DE in Spring semesters. 
 

HIST 1011. WORLD CIVILIZATION I
3 credit hours. Survey of world history to the seventeenth century. LCCN: CHIS 1113 Offered through DE in Fall semesters. Students must have an ENGL ACT sub score of 18+ (or equivalent). Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page.
 

HIST 1012. WORLD CIVILIZATION II

3 credit hours. Survey of world history since the seventeenth century. LCCN: CHIS 1123. CAES. Offered F2F and Online through DE in Spring semesters. Students must have an ENGL ACT sub score of 18+ (or equivalent). Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. 


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. LCCN: CPSY 2013. Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters. Students must have an ENGL ACT sub score of 18+ (or equivalent). 

PSYC 2078. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 credit hours. Human life-span developmental psychology emphasizing an integrative conceptualization of the totality of ontogenetic, behavioral and physiological changes. Prerequisite: a grade of “C” or better in PSYC 2001. LCCN: CPSY 2113. CBSS. Offered F2F and Online through DE in Spring semesters. Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. 

PSYC 2001. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
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. LCCN: CSOC 2013. Open Education Resource/Affordable Education Resource (OER/AER) text available within the Moodle course page. Offered through DE in Fall and Spring semesters. Students must have an ENGL ACT sub score of 18+ (or equivalent).

 
 
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