Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Bachelor’s Degree

A bachelor’s is a four-year degree program where learners study a specific subject, such as economics, biology, or communications. These degrees equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue various careers. Graduates with a bachelor’s degree can also pursue graduate study.

Canvas

This is a website where students complete their online assignments when registered for an online class. This website is found under the students’ MyJSU dashboard. Some dual enrollment adjunct faculty members who teach classes in the school may also assign homework in this system.

Cocky Chat

A virtual meeting with a JSU dual enrollment team member. These meetings can allow a team member to share his/her screen with a student a walk through any process the student has questions about. These meetings are ideal when a student needs individual assistance with academic planning.Learn More About Cocky Chats

Corequisite

A class that must be taken with another class (e.g., Biology lab with a Biology class).

Course Registration Number (CRN)

The course code each class is assigned that the student uses to register for the class.

Credit Hours

A credit hour is a way of measuring how much credit a student receives for attending a college course that corresponds to the hours per week pent in that course. Most undergraduate degrees require 120 credits, which is around 40 courses. The average undergraduate degree takes four-to-five years to complete, but dual enrollment students often complete college in less time. 

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment means that a student is accomplishing two goals at once. A dual enrollment student is taking college-level courses that will meet both a high school graduation requirement and provide college credit for an undergraduate degree.

Dual Enrollment Adjunct Faculty

A regional high school student who also has the graduate credentials to teach at the college level. 

Dual Enrollment Probation

A dual enrollment student who makes a D or F will be placed on dual enrollment probation, which means an academic hold will be placed on the student’s record for the following semester. The student will not be permitted to register for the following semester and must reapply for the program with a new High School Authorization Form (HSAF) submitted by the guidance counselor. The probation period is designed to protect the student’s GPA as well as future financial aid eligibility (see Satisfactory Academic Progress [SAP]).

Dual Enrollment Student Success Program

A program designed to monitor dual enrollment student’s academic performance throughout the semester. Students receive text messages if they are on academic alert directing them to an action (i.e., submit late assignments, contact instructor, etc.). Guidance counselors are notified through progress reporting emails when a student has been placed on alert. Students may use resources such as the JSU English Department Writing Clinic or Tutoring Services for additional assistance.

EdReady

EdReady is the Placement Exam assessment tool JSU uses to prepare students for math courses (MS112, MS 204) and English 101. The assessment tool is found under the student’s MyJSU Placement Exam section and will provide the student an initial diagnostic (pre-test) that will evaluate where the student currently is in his/her knowledge. After the diagnostic, EdReady will create a skillpath (very similar to an ACT® Practice Exam) for the student to continue to work until he/she reaches the goal for the course they are planning to take. For more information visit the JSU Learning Services website.

Gateway Course

This is a course designed specifically for dual enrollment seniors who are interested in pursuing additional opportunities to get a jump start towards their undergraduate degree. Courses that are offered under this name are courses that will open up additional courses in the major of their choice as freshman at JSU. 

GEM (Gamecock Email)

Every JSU student is provided a JSU email when he/she is accepted. The log in information for this email is sent with the student’s acceptance email/letter. JSU email (GEM) is the primary way that JSU offices will contact students regarding important resources and dates for the student. This is also the primary way instructors share information. Students who are registered for classes need to routinely check their email for updates.

High School Authorization Form (HSAF)

This form is located on our website and verifies the eligibility of a new dual enrollment student by his/her guidance counselor. The form must be submitted by the student’s guidance counselor or a high school administrator. This form is required to grant a student access to register for a dual enrollment class.

Dual Enrollment Scholarship

The scholarship that is awarded for the fall and spring semesters to dual enrollment recipients in the amount of any three-hour credit dual enrollment course.

Note:Some courses are four-hour credit courses and will require the student to pay for the additional credit hour. The scholarship may be awarded in addition to the student taking a J-STEAM scholarship class.

MyJSU

A JSU student is granted access to his/her dashboard or MyJSU once he/she is accepted.

Students receive their log in information for this dashboard in their acceptance email and letter. In MyJSU students have access to many features, but some the most important functions include the following: registering for classes, paying for classes, completing any scholarship applications, completing any needed assessments prior to registration, and online classroom software.

Parent Advisory Board

An advisory organization for parents to assist the JSU Dual Enrollment Program with new initiatives as dual enrollment events.

Prerequisite

A prerequisite is something you must do before you can register for a class. This may be a Placement Exam (such as EdReady) or high school/college courses you must complete before taking the course.

Readmission Application

The free application dual enrollment seniors complete from freshman admission.

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

The federal government’s regulation that tracks a college student’s college GPA as well as attempted/completed hours for financial aid eligibility. Students must meet up to 67% completion in all college classes they register for including college classes taken while in high school (dual enrollment). JSU’s Dual Enrollment Program monitors every dual enrollment student’s request to drop a course, and will alert the student, counselor, and instructor when a student drops. The DE office monitors the student’s progression to ensure the student is eligible for financial aid when he/she attends college full time as a freshman.

Scholarship Manager

The scholarship program located under a student’s MyJSU where a student can apply for the Dual Enrollment Scholarship.

Student Representative Program

A leadership organization through the dual enrollment program, which allows students in the 11th or 12th grade to assist the office with marketing, virtual/in-person events, as well as participating in leadership meetings once a month. These students must have a 3.0 GPA in all dual enrollment and high school coursework, have taken at least two dual enrollment courses, and serve for one academic year.

Applied Engineering Machining and Manufacturing Processes (AE 210)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

An introduction to machining concepts and basic processes. Practical experiences with hand tools, jigs, drills, grinders, mills and lathes is emphasized students learn blueprint reading, measurement methods with micrometers and calipers, introductory industrial robotics, and introductory additive manufacturing. The course also incorporates field trips to local manufacturing facilities. This course is taught by a JSU professor from the Department of Applied Engineering and is considered a CTE credit on the high school transcript and will count as a fine arts elective towards an undergraduate degree

Art Appreciation (ART 202)

Exploration of art forms of the past and present for understanding of purpose, meaning, and nature of art. Awareness, appreciation, and visual enjoyment of art are stressed. This course will be taught by a JSU Art Professor online through JSU’s Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas. It is considered an elective on the high school transcript and will count as an Area II fine arts elective towards an undergraduate degree.

Creative Thinking (ART 130)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

This course seeks to increase the participant's understanding of creativity and to improve their creative problem-solving skills through hands-on exercises and design problems. Students participate in activities designed to help develop their own creativity and discuss the creative process from various theoretical perspectives. This course is taught by a JSU Art professor and will count as a fine arts elective in high school, as well as an elective for an undergraduate degree (please speak with JSU’s Art Department about how this course may count towards an undergraduate ART degree). 

Graphic Design Technologies (ART 131)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

Introduction to basic graphic design software skills and techniques with an emphasis on the Adobe Creative Suite, the preferred software program in the industry. This class is taught by a JSU Art professor and will count as a fine arts elective in high school, as well as an elective for an undergraduate degree (please speak with JSU’s Art Department about how this course may count towards an undergraduate ART degree). NOTE:

A student must have access to a computer that meets the minimal specifications for the software needed for this course.

Introduction to Digital Photography (ART 132)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

Introduction to basic digital photography and image processing techniques using industry standard equipment. This class is taught by a JSU Art professor and will count as an elective in high school, as well as a fine arts elective for an undergraduate degree (please speak with JSU’s Art Department about how this course may count towards an undergraduate ART degree).

Note: A student must supply his/her own camera and software for this class.

Intro to Biology (BY 101)

Corequisite: BY 103. An introduction to the concepts of biology, including cellular structure and function, bioenergetics, patterns and mechanisms of inheritance, the processes of evolution, and ecology. For majors and non-majors. This course counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript and is a general education science requirement (Area III) for most majors. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors.

Intro to Biology Lab (BY 103)

Corequisite: BY 101. One two-hour laboratory per week. This course reinforces lecture materials and must be taken concurrently with BY 101. This course counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript and is a is a general education science requirement (Area III) for most majors. Please note this class is a one hour credit course that is in addition to the class; therefore, a student will pay for four hours instead of three. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors.  

Intro to Biology (BY 102)

Corequisite: BY 104. An introduction to biodiversity, from bacteria through plants and animals, with an emphasis on their structure, function, and ecological interactions. For majors and non-majors. This course counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript and is a general education science requirement (Area III) for most majors. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors.

Intro to Biology Lab (BY 104)

Corequisite: BY 102. One two-hour laboratory per week. This course reinforces lecture material and must be taken concurrently with BY 102. This course counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript and is a is a general education science requirement (Area III) for most majors. Please note this class is a one hour credit course that is in addition to the class; therefore, a student will pay for four hours instead of three. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors.  

Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BY 263)

Prerequisite: BY 101,103. Lecture and laboratory. The first of a two-course sequence of human anatomy and physiology, with an emphasis on the skeletal, muscular, respiratory and circulatory systems. For students in health-related majors; no credit allowed toward Biology major or minor. This course is taught by JSU professors and counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript.

Human Anatomy and Physiology II (BY 264)

Prerequisite: BY 263. Lecture and laboratory. The second of a two-course sequence of human anatomy and physiology, with an emphasis on the digestive, urinary, reproductive and endocrine systems. For students in health-related majors; no credit allowed towards Biology major or minor. This course is taught by JSU professors and counts as a Science 3 and/or 4 on the high school transcript.

Fundamentals of Computing (CS 230)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

Sets, functions, propositional logic, number systems, data representation, binary arithmetic. Problem solving tools and techniques. Control structures. Data structures. Implementation using a high-level language. This class is taught by a JSU professor from the Computer Science department. This class can be counted as a CTE credit, Math, or Science credit on the high school transcript and may count in place of the required CS 201 (Introduction to Computer Technology) for many undergraduate degrees.

Computer Programming (CS 231)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

Prerequisites: CS 230 and overall GPA of 2.0 or higher and MS 112 or higher level mathematics or a satisfactory score on the departmental placement test. Algorithmic problem solving. Modular programming. Strings, multi-dimensional arrays, records, dynamic linked lists. Documentation. Testing and debugging. Developing robust, user-friendly programs. Integral, scheduled laboratory. This class is taught by a JSU professor from the CTE, Computer Science department. This class can be counted as a CTE credit, Math, or Science credit on the high school transcript as well as part of the undergraduate course work for a Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, degree.

Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 101)Gateway Course

Survey of the agencies and processes involved in the Criminal Justice System: the police, the prosecutor, the public defender, the courts, and corrections. This course counts as a CTE credit in high school and is the first required course for a degree at JSU in Criminal Justice or Forensic Investigation. 

Introduction to the Theatre (DR 242)

The appreciation of theatre as an expressive art form and as a business. A general survey of acting, directing, designing, playwriting, and audience participation. This course counts as an elective on the high school transcript and as a general education elective (Area II) for almost every undergraduate degree. This course is taught by a JSU professor.

Survey of Careers in Education (ED 103)

This survey course explores professional career options in education across multiple teaching fields (early childhood, elementary, middle level, secondary education, special education, health and physical education, and music education). Activities associated with best practices in planning, instruction, and assessment will be explored along with the professional ethics and expectations of a career in education. Diversity of learners and learning styles common to classrooms will be presented.  Experiential learning will include simulation activities and video case analysis of common classroom scenarios.  Career ladders for advancement in education will be presented along with criteria for specialty positions and educational leadership roles. This course is taught by a dual enrollment instructor and will count as a CTE credit on the high school transcript.

Principles of Microeconomics (EC 221)

Prerequisite: MS 100 or higher-level math course.

Microeconomic analysis, including the consumer, the firm, the market and price determination. This course counts as economics on the high school transcript and as a general elective (Area IV) for an undergraduate degree.

Principles of Macroeconomics (EC 222)

Prerequisite: MS 100 or higher level math course. A macroeconomic approach, including money and banking, national income accounting monetary and fiscal policy, and international economics. This course counts as economics on the high school transcript and as a general elective (Area IV) for an undergraduate degree.

English Composition I (EH 101)

For prerequisite information, visit www.jsu.edu/english/first-yearwriting.html. Introduction to critical reading, thinking, and writing through student interaction with textual and digital materials. Focuses on developing strong composition skills by practicing a variety of rhetorical strategies and the drafting, revising, and editing processes. Grades for EH 101: A,B,C,NC. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This class is counted as English 11 and/or 12 on the high school transcript and is a required general education course (Area I) for almost every undergraduate degree.

Note: Advanced Placement CLEP scores must be sent to transcripts@jsu.edu by College Board to meet the prerequisite to move to EH 102.

English Composition II (EH 102)

Prerequisite to all other English courses except EH 141. Reinforcement of the skills gained in EH 101. Focuses on academic writing, argumentation, and research. Grades for EH 102: A,B,C,NC. . This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This class is counted as English 11 and/or 12 on the high school transcript and is a required general education course (Area I) for almost every undergraduate degree.

Oral Communications (EH 141)

Conversational English with emphasis on the process by which ideas are interchanged orally from one person to another or to a group. Consists of regular classroom presentations, formal speaking, and practice on individual problems with usage and articulation. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This course is counted as an elective on your high school transcript and is a required elective (Area II) for most all undergraduate degrees.

American Literature I (EH 201)

Prerequisite: EH 102. The American tradition as presented in literature. Franklin, Irving, Poe, Douglass, Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Melville, Whitman. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This class is counted as English 11 and/or 12 on the high school transcript and is a required general education (Area II) course for almost every undergraduate degree. 

American Literature II (EH 202)

Prerequisite: EH 102. The American tradition as presented in literature. James, Twain and twentieth-century American authors such as Ann Beattie and Alice Walker. This class is counted as English 11 and/or 12 on the high school transcript and is a required general education course (Area II) for almost every undergraduate degree. 

Beginner’s French I (FH 101)

Beginning French grammar, pronunciation, conversation, culture, and supplementary work in the laboratory. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Beginner’s French II (FH 102)

Prerequisite: FH 101 or approval of instructor. Continuation of Beginner's French I. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Intermediate French I (FH 201

)Prerequisite: FH 102 or approval of instructor. A review of French grammar and vocabulary, conversation, and discussion based on short literary selections. Writing short compositions, dialogs, etc. Laboratory required. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Intermediate French II (FH 202)

Prerequisite: FH 201 or approval of instructor. Continuation of Intermediate French I. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

World Regional Geography (GY 120)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

World Regional Geography examines the surface of the Earth through various lens of geography. It is a survey course that classifies the world into several interrelated regions for easier study. These regions are then discussed with regard to their inhabitants’ adaptations to, and influences upon, the landscape. Investigation will focus on each region’s physical environment, social and political systems, demographic trends, and land-use patterns. Learning how to use various GIS technologies is essential and will be assigned throughout the course in our examination of the world and different trends. This course counts as an elective on the high school transcript and may serve as an Area IV elective for an undergraduate degree. 

Geography Information Systems (GIS 200)

J-STEAM Scholarship Course

In this course, students will focus on beginner exercises in Geography Information System (GIS) technology. This is accomplished using a “hands-on/brain-on" methodology. The student's main objective will be to learn to use a Geographic Information System (GIS) with an understanding of some of the science behind the applications (GISc). Primary questions: 1) How do I do it, 2) Why do I do it and.. 3) How can I apply this to other disciplines, formats etc.? Students will develop a conceptual understanding of WHY to push what buttons and to apply this to answer questions using SPATIAL data considerations. This course will assist students in developing a deeper understanding of the tool (GIS) and better communication of concepts by graphically representing spatial data accurately and to enhance spatial thinking. The technology is transferable to many disciplines and the class will include lecture, discussion, and lab exercises. This course counts as a Science on the high school transcript and may serve as an Area IV elective for an undergraduate degree.  

American History I (HY 201)

The study of American history from pre-colonization through the Civil War. This course counts as U.S. History I on the high school transcript and as part of the required history sequence for most undergraduate majors. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This is often a dual enrollment student’s first course.

American History II (HY 202)

The study of American history from the Civil War era to the present. This course counts as U.S. History II on the high school transcript and is part of the required history sequence for most undergraduate majors. This course is offered by both dual enrollment adjunct faculty and JSU professors. This is often a dual enrollment student’s first course.

Finite Mathematics (MS 110)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the departmental placement test, or satisfactory performance in the appropriate developmental course, or MS 112 or higher. This course gives an overview of topics in finite mathematics with applications, including set theory, logic, proportional reasoning, statistics, and finance. Credit will not be given for both MS 110 and MS 111. This course counts as Math 4 on the high school transcript. Currently, this course is only offered by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college math requirements.

Precalculus Algebra (MS 112)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the departmental placement test, or satisfactory performance in the appropriate developmental course. First and second degree equations and inequalities; linear and quadratic functions and graphs; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; conic sections, and systems of equations. This course counts as Math 4 on the high school transcript. This course is taught by both JSU professors and dual enrollment adjunct faculty.

Note: This course requires additional software that a student is required to purchase. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college math requirements.

Precalculus Trigonometry (MS 113)

Prerequisite: MS 112 with a "C" or better or satisfaction of MCIS Department placement criteria (see the MCIS Department website). Trigonometric functions and inverses, applications, graphs, identities and equations, laws of sines and cosines, vectors and complex numbers. This course counts as Math 4 on the high school transcript. This course is taught by both JSU professors and dual enrollment adjunct faculty.

Note: This course requires additional software that a student is required to purchase. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college math requirements.

Calculus I (MS 125)

Prerequisite: MS 113 with a "C" or better or MS 115 with a "C" or better or satisfaction of MCIS Departmental placement criteria (see MCIS Department website). Introduction to analytic geometry, functions and limits, differentiation with applications, indeterminate forms, antiderivatives, definite integrals, numerical integration, calculus of transcendental functions. This course counts as a Math 4 on the high school transcript. This course is taught only by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college math requirements.

Statistics (MS 204)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the departmental placement test, or satisfactory performance in the appropriate developmental course, or MS 110 or higher. Numerical descriptive methods, axioms of probability, random variables, statistical inference, point and interval estimation of mean, and hypothesis testing. This course counts as Math 4 on the high school transcript. This course is taught by both JSU professors and dual enrollment adjunct faculty. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college math requirements.

Introduction to Music (MU 233)

Music fundamentals, literature, and appreciation. Meets Area II General Studies Requirement for majors other than music. Music majors and minors must take MU 237. This course counts as an elective on the high school transcript and as an elective requirement (Area II) for most undergraduate degrees.

Introduction to American Government (PSC 100)

Structure and organization of the American national government. Evolution of the United States Constitution and the federal system, civil rights, voting and elections, Congress, the President, and the federal courts. This course counts as U.S. Government on the high school transcript and is an elective requirement for many undergraduate degrees.

Principles of Psychology (PSY 201)

An introduction to basic methodology, principles, and terms of contemporary psychology. Stresses a scientific analysis of behavior. This course counts as an elective on the high school transcript and is an elective requirement for many undergraduate degrees.

Beginner’s Spanish I (SH 101)

Beginning Spanish grammar, with emphasis on reading, writing, speaking, and understanding the language. Use of the language laboratory required. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Beginner’s Spanish (SH 102)

Prerequisite: SH 101 or approval of instructor. Continuation of Beginner's Spanish I. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Intermediate Spanish I (SH 201)

Prerequisite: SH 102 or approval of instructor. A review of Spanish grammar, conversation, and discussion based on short literary selections. Writing short compositions, dialogs, etc. Laboratory required. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

Intermediate Spanish II (SH 202)

Prerequisite: SH 201 or approval of instructor. Continuation of Intermediate Spanish I. This course counts as a World Language on the high school transcript and is taught by JSU professors. Students should review their future undergraduate degree for college language requirements.

The mission of the J-STEAM program is to offer high-level science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) courses to high school students in JSU's service region. The J-STEAM program is sponsored by a grant that allows for student tuition and course related costs. 

Please apply for the J-STEAM Scholarship under the student’s MyJSU Student Links View/Apply for Scholarships (scholarship application will open soon). If the student receives the scholarship, he/she will receive the registration information for the class.

J-STEAM Scholarship Courses

*J-STEAM Scholarship Application Required

Dept

Course

Section

Course Title

Course Hours

Instructor

High School Equivalency

Method of Instruction

Suggested State Course Code

*Cost

AE

210

201

Machining/Manufacturing Processes

3

Dr. Ingalsbe

CTE

M/W online
F 1-3:00 at JSU Engineering lab

N/A

Scholarship

AH

130

001

Creative Thinking

3

P. Anderson

Elective

Online

980061

Scholarship

AH

131

001

Graphic Design Technologies

3

P. Anderson

Elective

Online

980061

Scholarship

BY

263

TBD

Anatomy and Physiology I

4

TBD

Science 3 and/or Science 4

TBD

901415

Scholarship

CS

230

200

Fundamentals of Computing

3

D.Thornton

CTE, Math, or Science

Online

N/A

Scholarship

CS

230

215

Fundamentals of Computing

3

Jay Snellen

CTE, Math, or Science

T/T 7:30-9:00

McClellan Campus

N/A

Scholarship

MS

125

215

Calculus I

3

J. Cleveland

Math 4

M/W/F 7:30-8:30 a.m. McClellan Campus

907605

Scholarship

ED

104

001

Teaching for the Future: STEAM in P-12 Education

3

Aimee Weathers

TBD

Online

TBD

Scholarship



Gateway Online Courses

CRN#

Dept

Course

Section

Course Title

Course Hours

Instructor

High School Equivalency

Suggested State Course Code

JSU Major

*Cost

14259

CJ

101

200

Intro to Criminal Justice

3

K. Littlejohn

CTE

N/A

Criminal Justice; Forensic Investigation

$486.00

10052

NU

121

001

Ethics in Nursing

3

Nursing Faculty

Elective

980061

Nursing

$486.00

14773

HPE

109

200

Concepts of Wellness

3

C. Findley

Elective

980061

Exercise Science and Wellness, Sport Management (Recreation Leadership Concentration), Health and PE Teacher Education Program

$486.00

14835

SY

221

200

Introduction to Sociology

3

J. Ross

Elective

980061

Prerequisite for all Sociology courses. Elective for almost all JSU majors in Area IV: History, Social, and Behavioral Science.

$486.00



General Education Online Offerings

CRN#

Dept

Course

Section

Course Title

Course Hours

Instructor

High School Equivalency

Suggested State Course Code

*Cost

13557

**AH

202

001

Art Appreciation

3

A. Dobbins

Arts Education

900600

$486.00

12207

**DR

242

004

Intro. to Theatre

3

M. Salerno

Arts Education

912403

$486.00

10665

**MU

233

010

Intro. to Music

3

C. Hosmer

Arts Education

908200

$486.00

12560

*EH

101

200

English Comp I

3

A. Gaither

English 11 and/or 12

903201

$486.00

12561

*EH

101

201

English Comp I

3

J. Hill

English 11 and/or 12

903201

$486.00

13185

*EH

101

215

English Comp I

3

K. Lloyd

English 11 and/or 12

903201

$486.00

14111

*EH

101

221

English Comp I

3

C. Ader

English 11 and/or 12

903201

$486.00

13184

EH

141

207

Oral Communications

3

Jennifer Baker

Elective

980061

$486.00

14112

EH

141

226

Oral Communication

3

Christy Ader

Elective

980061

$486.00

12559

EH

201

200

American Lit I

3

Julia Hill

English 11 and/or 12

903203

$486.00

12608

EH

201

201

American Lit I

3

A. Gaither

English 11 and/or 12

903203

$486.00

14795

BY

101

206

Intro to Bio I

3

R. Spoon

Science 3 and/or 4

901400

$486.00

13744

BY

103

212

Intro to Bio Lab I

1

R. Spoon

Science 3 and/or 4

901403

$162.00

13734

BY

101

20

Intro to Bio I

3

M. Mead

Science 3 and/or 4

901401

$486.00

13743

BY

103

212

Intro to Bio Lab I

1

M. Mead

Science 3 and/or 4

901403

$162.00

12553

HY

201

200

American Hist I

3

J. Fleming

U.S. History I

905004

$486.00

12554

HY

201

201

American Hist I

3

B. Gilliland

U.S. History I

905004

$486.00

12639

HY

201

201

American Hist I

3

C. Burrows

U.S. History I

905004

$486.00

13177

HY

202

202

American Hist II

3

B. Gilliland

U.S. History II

905005

$486.00

12555

HY

202

200

American Hist II

3

B. Gilliland

U.S. History II

905005

$486.00

14297

***MS

110

004

Finite Mathematics

3

H. McDivitt

Math 4

907600

$486.00

12556

*MS

112

012

PreCalculus Algebra

3

J. Singleton

Math 4

907601

$486.00

14655

***MS

112

018

PreCalculus Algebra

3

A. Franklin

Math 4

907601

$486.00

14319

***MS

112

019

PreCalculus Algebra

3

R. Cochran

Math 4

907601

$486.00

14332

***MS

113

006

PreCalculus Trigonometry

3

R. Cochran

Math 4

907602

$486.00

14342

*MS

204

005

Statistics

3

J. Roebuck

Math 4

907616

$486.00

14341

*MS

204

004

Statistics (at JSU) MW 4:30-6:00 p.m.

3

J. Roebuck

Math 4

907616

$486.00

14346

*MS

204

009

Statistics

3

A. Franklin

Math 4

907616

$486.00

14785

PSC

100

200

Intro. to American Government

3

J. Sumner

US Government

909801

$486.00

12558

**PSY

201

200

Prin. Of Psych.

3

S. Robertson

Elective

980061

$486.00

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Please note all high school equivalencies noted are from JSU’s interpretation of the May 2019 ALSDE State Memo; however, these equivalencies are subject to your high school’s approval. Check with your guidance counselor for further information. Tuition rates subject to change.

Alexandria High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

13735

BY 

101 

 207

Intro to Bio I 

Melissa Phillips 

Science 3/4 

901400

$486.00* 

14765

BY 

103 

 201

Intro to Bio Lab I 

Melissa Phillips 

Science 3/4 

901401

$162.00*

12591

MS 

112 

205 

Pre-Cal Algebra 

L. Ginn 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

14891

EH

101

223

English Comp 1

3

Leah Odam

English 11 and/or 12

903201

$486.00* 



Anniston High School

*See online course offerings

Ashville High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12592

MS 

112 

206

Pre-Cal Algebra 

S. Gibson

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00 *

12680

MS 

204 

206

Pre-Cal Algebra 

S. Gibson

Math 4 

907616 

$486.00* 


Cedar Bluff High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

14010

EH 

 102

201

English Comp II

Steve Bishop 

English 11 and/or 12 

903202

$486.00* 

*For EH 101, either an 18 on the English portion of the ACT (this score must be on file with JSU) or a required EdReady score of 90.

Central of Clay County High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12595

MS 

112 

208 

Precal-Algebra 

Jennifer Gidley 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

13848 

EH 

101

218

English Comp I 

Jessika Crawford 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201

$486.00* 

13875

EH 

141 

208 

Oral Communication—ONLINE for CCHS 

Jessika Crawford 

Elective 

980061 

$486.00* 



Cleburne County High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12585 

EH 

101 

205

English Composition I

Christy Ader 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

13881

MS 

112 

225

Precal-Algebra 

Amy Brown 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

14103

BY 

101 

208

Intro to Bio I

Kelly Payton 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901400 

$486.00* 

14104

BY 

103 

200

Intro to Bio Lab I

Kelly Payton 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901401

$162.00* 

12586

EH 

141 

203 

Oral Communications

Christy Ader 

English 11 and/or 12 

980061 

$486.00* 

CCHS Virtual (Online Options)

14112

EH 

141 

226 

Oral Communications

Christy Ader 

English 11 and/or 12 

980061 

$486.00* 

14111

EH 

101 

221 

English Composition I

Christy Ader 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201

$486.00* 



Donoho High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12635

MS 

112

209 

Precal-Algebra 

Gina Mangum 

Math 4 

907601

$486.00* 

14787

MS 

112

 216

Precal-Algebra 

Dee Dee Henderson 

Math 4 

907601

$486.00* 

12632

HY 

201

208

American History I 

Matt Ford 

U.S. History I 

905004

$486.00* 

12633

PSY 

201 

202 

Principles of Psy. 

Matt Ford 

Elective 

980061 

$486.00* 

14083

FH  

101 

200 

Beginner’s French I 

Zineb Underwood

World Languages 

TBA 

$486.00* 

14088

FH  

201

200 

Intermediate French I

Zineb Underwood

World Languages 

TBA 

$486.00* 

14081 

EH 

101 

219 

English Comp I 

Suzanne Haney 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

14922

EH

201

207

American Lit I

3

Suzanne Haney

English 11 and/or 12 

980061

$486.00



Faith Christian High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

14907 

MS 

112

225

Precal-Algebra 

Tasha Medellin

Math 4 

907601

$486.00* 



Handley High School

*See online course offerings

IQRA Math and Science Academy

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12793

MS 

112

213 

Precal-Algebra 

Janice Wright

Math 4 

907601

$486.00* 



Jacksonville High School

*See online course offerings

Munford High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

14788

MS

112

 217

Precal-Algebra 

C. Totherow

Math 4 

907601

$486.00* 

12602 

HY 

201 

207 

American History I 

Brandon Gilliland 

U.S. History I 

905004

$486.00* 



Ohatchee High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

12583

HY 

201 

205 

American History I (online for Ohatchee)

Lindsay Ford 

U.S. History I 

905005 

$486.00* 

15008

MS

112

219

Precal-Algebra

3

Susan Spurlin

Math 4

907601

$486.00* 



Oxford High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

14786

PSC

100

201

Intro. to American Gov.

3

Jason Sumner

US Government

909801

$486.00*

13728

BY

101

200

Intro to Bio I

C. Compton 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901400 

$486.00* 

13740

BY

103

209

Intro to Bio Lab I

C. Compton 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901401

$162.00* 

12564

MS

112

201

Pre-Cal Algebra

3

Taffy Cruse

Math 4

907601

$486.00*

12562 

EH 

101

202 

English Composition I

Julia Hill 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

12563 

EH 

141 

200

Oral Comm. 

Julia Hill 

Elective 

980061 

$486.00* 



Piedmont High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

14766

BY 

101 

 203

Biology I 

Matt Deerman 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901400 

$486.00* 

13741

BY 

103 

20 

Biology I Lab 

Matt Deerman 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901402 

$162.00* 

12683

MS 

112 

212

Pre-Cal Algebra

Burt Lavender 

Math 4

907601

$162.00* 

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15001

HY

201 

American History I

3

A. Mauldin 

US History I

905004

$162.00* 

15002

HY 

202 

American History II

A. Mauldin 

US History II

905005

$162.00* 


Pleasant Valley High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

 12577

MS 

112 

203 

Pre-Cal Algebra

Elaine Page 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

 *12578

HY 

201 

204 

American History I 

Anthony Findley 

U.S. History I 

905004 

$486.00* 

13144 

EH  

101 

214 

English Comp. I

Kelli Lloyd 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

14833

EH

201

205

American Lit I

Kelli Lloyd 

English 11 and/or 12 

980061

$486.00



Randolph County High School

*See online course offerings

Saks High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

 12584

MS 

112 

205 

Pre-Cal Algebra

 Suzanne Batchelor

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

 12581

EH  

101 

204

English Comp. I

Pam Roberts 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

 12583

HY 

201

205 

American History I

Online for Saks HS 

Lindsay Ford 

U.S. History I 

905004 

$486.00* 



Sylacauga High School

*See online course offerings

Wadley High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

13371 

HY 

201

220 

American History I

Jerrell Burns 

U.S. History I 

905004 

$486.00* 

14789 

MS 

112 

 218

Pre-Cal Algebra

Melody Holden 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 



Weaver High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

 12570

MS 

112 

 202

Pre-Cal Algebra

Jim Roebuck 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

12689 

HY 

201

215 

American History I

Eboney Lewis

U.S. History I 

905004 

$486.00* 

 14096

EH  

101 

220

English Comp. I

Chelsea Watson 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

14620 

EH 

141 

227

Oral Communication

Chelsea Watson 

Elective 

980061 

$486.00* 



Wellborn High School

*See online course offerings

White Plains High School

CRN# 

Dept 

Course 

Section 

Course Title 

Course Hours 

Instructor 

High School Equivalency 

Suggested State Code 

*Cost 

 12637

MS 

112 

 211

Pre-Cal Algebra

Kerry Shaw 

Math 4 

907601 

$486.00* 

Online for WPHS 

 14795

BY 

101 

206

Intro. to Biology I 

Robin Spoon 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901401 

$486.00*

 13744

BY 

103 

211 

Intro to Biology I Lab 

Robin Spoon 

Science 3 and/or 4 

901402 

$162.00* 

12638

EH  

101 

210

English Comp. I

Jennifer Baker 

English 11 and/or 12 

903201 

$486.00* 

12684 

EH 

141 

205 

Oral Communications 

Jennifer Baker 

Elective 

980061 

$486.00* 



Woodland High School

*See online course offerings