Dual Credit Handbook

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As part of the Guiding Pathways project, the Dual Credit Handbook was created by a group of college readiness practitioners in San Antonio, Texas.

DUAL CREDIT

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DEFINITIONS, MISSION/VISION STATEMENTS

Performance Acknowledgement

Students can earn an acknowledgement for outstanding

performance in/on one of the following:

BILINGUALISM/

BILITERACY

AP/IP EXAM

Score 3 or above on a

College Board AP exam

or

Score 4 or above on

an IB exam

DUAL CREDIT

At least 12 hours of

college academic courses

with a grade of 3.0 or

higher on a 4.0 scale

or

An associate degree

while in high school

PSAT/SAT/PLAN/ACT

PSAT/NMSQT score

qualifying student for

College Board & National

Merit Scholarship

Corporation recognition

or

College readiness

benchmark score on at

least 2 ACT-Plan subject

tests

or

Score at least 410 on

reading section & 520 on

math section of the SAT

or

Composite score of 28

on ACT (excluding the

writing sub score)

Student must complete

all 4 English Language

Arts courses & earn 80%

or higher

+

Never ELL or, if identified

as ELL student, met

criteria for exiting

Bilingual/ESL program

+

o Score advanced high

on TELPAS exam; or

o 3 or higher on AP

world language exam

+

o 4 or higher on IB

world language exam

o Earn 3 credits in same

world language with

min. GPA or 80%+

o 80% or higher in

world language level

4 course


DEFINITIONS, MISSION/VISION STATEMENTS

MISSION

To give every high school student the opportunity to earn as many college credits as possible through a

Dual Credit/Early College Program. This program is a process through which a student may earn high

school credit for graduation as well as successfully completing a college course that provides advanced

academic instruction beyond, or in greater depth than, the Texas Essentials Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

for a corresponding high school course. The “dual credit” earned is both college credit and high school

credit for one course reflected on both transcripts.

VISION

The vision of the Dual Credit Program is to increase the amount of students taking Dual Credit Courses in

order to implement a college transcript which will save time and money as the student pursues their college

degree. Reaching out to the community of SAISD and ensuring that parents of middle school students are

aware of these opportunities is also imperative.


DUAL CREDIT HOUSE BILLS

DUAL CREDIT

A system under which an eligible high school student enrolls in college course(s) and receives credit for the

course(s) one grade which is recorded on two transcripts: the grade is generated from the college/adjunct

professor (high school teacher) and is recorded officially on the high school transcript.

90

COLLEGE

GRADE

90

HIGH SCHOOL

GRADE

DUAL ENROLLMENT

A system under which an eligible high school student enrolls in college course(s) and receives credit for the

course(s) one grade generated from the college professor and a separate grade generated from the high

school teacher.

90

COLLEGE

GRADE

94

HIGH SCHOOL

GRADE


DUAL CREDIT HOUSE BILLS

House Bill 1638

HB1638 by Representative Ryan Guillen would require the THECB and TEA to jointly develop statewide

goals for the dual credit, early college high school, career and technical education dual credit programs,

and joint high school and college credit programs to provide uniform standards for evaluating those

programs by August 31, 2018. The goals must address:

• Dual credit programs achievement of enrollment in and acceleration through postsecondary education;

• Performance in college-level coursework;

• The development of an effective bridge between secondary and postsecondary education in the state.

On or after September 1, 2018, any dual credit program agreement, including a memorandum of

understanding (MOU), or articulation agreement, between a public institution of higher education and a

school district must:

• Include specific program goals aligned with the developed statewide goals;

• Establish, or provide a procedure for establishing, some method of equating high school courses

with college courses to identify the course credits that may be earned by a student in the program;

• Describe the academic supports and guidance that will be provided to a student in the program;

• Establish the district’s and institution of higher education’s respective roles and responsibilities in

providing and ensuring quality and instructional rigor of the program;

• State sources of funding for tuition, transportation, required fees, and textbooks for courses offered

to students participating in the program;

• Be posted each year on the district’s and institution of higher education’s website.

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DUAL CREDIT HOUSE BILLS

House Bill 2223 (85 th Legislature)

HB 2223 requires each Institute of Higher Education (IHE) to develop and implement for developmental

coursework a co-requisite model(s). Each institution shall ensure that at least 75% of the institution’s

students enrolled in developmental coursework, other than adult basic education or basic academic skills

education, are enrolled in development coursework described by this subsection. Read the bill language

at Texas Legislature Online.

Co-Requisite | (aka Mainstreaming, Co-Enrollment, Course Pairing)

An instructional strategy whereby undergraduate students as defined

in paragraph (24) of this section are co-enrolled or concurrently enrolled

in a developmental education course or NCBO; as defined in paragraph

(18) of this section, and the entry-level freshman course of the same

subject matter within the same semester. (Rule 4.53(7))

75%

Percent of an institution’s

students who must be enrolled

in developmental coursework

Dual Credit Statute & Rules

Texas Education Code (TEC) 130.008 | Outlines how public junior colleges may establish dual credit

partnerships with public and private high school districts.

Texas Education Code (TEC) 28.009 | Requires that each school district implements a program

under which students may earn at least 12 semester credit hours of college credit in high school. Texas

Administrative Code (TAC) Ch. 4, Sub. D.

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House Bill 3650

Requires that any dual credit program agreement between a public institution of higher education and

a school district must also require the district and the IHE to consider the use of free or low-cost open

educational resources in courses offered under the program.

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SENATE BILLS AND THECB 60X30

SENATE BILL 22

SB 0022 by Sen. Larry Taylor would

establish a Pathways in Technology

Early College High School (P-Tech)

program and P-Tech advisory

council and repeal the Tech-Prep

program. The P-Tech advisory council will be composed of 12

members appointed by the governor, lieutenant governor, and

speaker of the house, and will provide recommendations to the

commissioner of public education regarding the establishment

and administration of the P-Tech program and the criteria for

designating a school as a P-Tech campus.

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SENATE BILL 25

Extends state funding of dual credit courses that are part of a

board-approved field of study (FOS) and/or program of student

(POS). Requires public junior colleges to report by March 1

each year to the THECB and the legislature the total number

of courses taken by students who transferred to a GATI or

earned an associate degree the preceding year. The report is

to separate Workforce Education (WECM) and ACGM courses

and to provide the total number of SCH for each. The report

is to include the total number of courses that are not in the

recommended core curriculum and the total number of courses

that are dual credit per Sec. 130.008 COURSES FOR JOINT

HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE CREDIT. Allows

ISD’s and IHE’s to release student info including award of

credit based on IB, Dual and examination through the National

Student Clearinghouse and other electronic data sharing

platforms. Same as SB 1324 about filing degree plan after 15

SCH.

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SENATE BILL 1091

SB1091 by Sen. Kel Seliger would restrict courses that could be

offered in regular dual credit programs to those contained in the

core curriculum of a public institution of higher education, career

and technology education courses, or foreign language courses.

Early college education programs under TEC section 29.908 and

any other early college program that assists students in earning

an Associate Degree while in high school would be exempt

from this restriction. This act applies beginning with dual credit

courses offered for the 2018 spring semester. The THECB, in

coordination with the TEA, is granted authority to adopt rules for

this Section through the negotiated rulemaking process.

Rule Change | TAC 4.85 - Dual Credit Requirements - (i)

Funding

• The state funding for dual credit courses will be available to both

public school districts and colleges based on the current funding

rules of the State Board of Education (TEC42.005(g)) and the Board

(TEC 61.059 (p) and (q)).

• The college may only claim funding for students getting college

credit in core curriculum, career and technical education, and foreign

language dual credit courses.

• This provision does not apply to students enrolled in approved early

college education programs under TEC29.908.

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SENATE BILL 1276

Requires that any dual credit program agreement between a

public IHE and ISD must also:

1. Establish common advising strategies and terminology related to

dual credit and college readiness.

2. Provide for the alignment of DC endorsements described by HB5

with post-secondary pathways and credentials at the institution &

industry certifications.

3. Identify tools, including those developed by the agency, THECB and

TWC, to assist school counselors, students and families in selecting

endorsements offered by the ISD and dual credit courses offered

under the agreement.

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SENATE BILL 1324

Requires a student enrolled in a course for joint high school

and junior college credit under Section 130.008 at a public

junior college to file a degree plan with the college no later than

the end of the second regular semester or term immediately

following the semester or term in which the student earned a

cumulative total of 15 or more semester credit hours of course

credit for dual credit courses; or if the student begins the first

semester or term at the college with 15 hours or more SCH of

course credit for dual credit courses, the end of the student’s

second regular semester or term at the college.

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SENATE BILLS AND THECB 60X30

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board 60X30

• Academic dual credit participation increased university enrollment, associate degree attainment,

and bachelor’s degree attainment.

• Academic dual credit participation decreased community college enrollment.

• Together, academic and CTE dual credit offer options for all students to accelerate their postsecondary

ambitions.

• Strategy for Meeting Texas 60X30 Goals

• Align curriculum instruction, and advising with the goal of increasing average dual credit earned

to 12 semester credit hours.

• Academic Dual Credit should be made the default for students who want to earn a college degree

in Texas.

• CTE dual credit that leads to a certificate or technical associates degree should be the default

for those more interested in employment.

• Special local initiatives should be made to increase dual credit participation among underrepresented

groups (low-income, male and Hispanic students, respectively)

• Special Local initiatives should be made to improve the impact of dual credit in schools showing

low-impact programs.

Texas is not on track to meet its 60X30 Goals of degree attainment

DUAL CREDIT IS A SOLUTION


COLLEGE PREP/TSIA EXEMPT/UT ONRAMPS

Demonstration of TSI College Readiness or Exemption

TSI Assessment | Reading (351), Mathematics (350), Writing (340), Essay (4)

ACT | A student must first achieve a minimum composite score of 23 with at least 19 on Math for an

exemption in math and/or at least 19 on English for an exemption in reading and writing. Students must

attend college within five (5) years from the date of the test in order to use the scores for an exemption.

SAT | For those tests administered on or after March 5, 2016. A minimum score of 530 on the Mathematics

test for a TSI exemption in math (no combined score required); a minimum score of 480 on the Evidenced-

Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) for a TSI exemption in both reading and writing (no combined score

required).

Algebra II STAAR EOC (4000)

English III STAAR EOC (4000)

Dual credit course enrollment eligibility (all high school grades)

English II STAAR EOC (4000)

Algebra I STAAR EOC (4000) plus passing grade in Algebra II course A, B, or C

PSAT EBRW = 460 and Math = 510

*Not required for dual credit courses contained in a workforce Education Level 1 Certificate or less.

**Sign up for TSI Updates at www.thecb.state.tx.us/tsi

Demonstration of College Readiness - College Prep Courses

9 College Preparatory Course English/Math at high school with an MOU.

9 Earning a grade of 75 = Equivalent to passing TSI.

9 Earned college credit in reading, writing, or math intensive course (as determined by institution).

Could be through AP or Dual Credit.

9 Successful completion of a college-level course accepted by the institution.

9 See TAC Rule 4.54 for all exemptions, exceptions, and waivers.


COLLEGE PREP/TSIA EXEMPT/UT ONRAMPS

University of Texas - OnRamps

Teacher of record for high school does not have to have a Master’s degree,

but must be SBOE Certified in content area and have one-year minimum

teaching experience of the subject.

• Mandatory Summer Training (new teachers attend 9 days, returning 3)

• Communication with UT College Professor through online sessions

• Two one-day workshops, one in the fall (Oct) and one in the spring (Feb)

• Students do not need to be TSI ready, but must have taken it once

• Students must have passed all EOCs and prerequisite courses

• Students who do not do well in college portion can deny grade at end of the year

• Students can still earn the high school credit even if they deny the college credit

• All classes taught on home campus (min: 12 students, max: 25 students)

Deadline: Mid-Feb Select High School content teacher for content course

• Content Area(s) English: English

• Content Area(s) Math: Pre-Calculus, Statistics, College Algebra 2

• Content Area(s) Science: Chemistry, Physics 1 and Physics 2, Geo-Science, Computer Science

• Content Area(s) Social Studies: US History

• Content Area(s) Fine Arts: Art Entertainment Technology

Enrollment Fee (Subsidized)

Per Student $149

Per Free and Reduced lunch $99

Mid-March

Identify 10th and 11th

grade students who have

passed EOC’s and have

pre-requisites for Pre-Cal,

Statistics, Physics, etc.

Make sure students have

tested for TSI at least once.

Mid-April

Submit the name of teacher,

email, and the subject they

will teach to the Advanced

Academics Office/District Dual

Credit Coordinator. A link will

be sent to the teacher from

OnRamps to apply online in

order to teach the course.

Mid-May

Deadline to submit

requests and

register teachers for

summer PLI training

to UT OnRamps

representative.


UT AUSTIN - CHEMBRIDGE/PCARP

ChemBridge Student Enrollment

Three Main Components – Dual Enrollment / Dual Credit - $300 per student

• Students receive authentic college credits from UT-Austin authentically rigorous, mirroring in depth

and pacing what students experience on campus.

• Students gain college literacy through the program, both in the classroom and via the campus visits.

• Teachers build educational and knowledge networks and increase proficiency in course alignment.

How to Register Students

• Students must first create EIDs using online self-help tool. Ensure students do not already have EIDS.

• Students must complete entire online enrollment form. Accurate DOB and two email addresses are

essential. DO NOT USE SCHOOL ADDRESSES.

• Complete enrollment forms after roster settles. Link distributed day before, along with video and

handout. Single Enrollment Day for every school on first week of September. No early enrollments.

Erroneous and duplicate enrollments will be deleted, and students will have to resubmit.

• No additions after drop/add deadline on the first Friday of September. Invoices based on roster of

the first Friday in September, with fees for subsequent drops.

• Must submit a parental release, medical consent, and transcript for each enrolled student by last

Friday of September. Submitted via FERPA-compliant Box System, care of ChemBridge Coordinator.

• All Fall student work of any given year, must be completed by last day of University class of that year.

Teacher Requirements

• Teacher of record does not need a Master’s Degree

• SBOE Certified in content area

• Must attend training in the summer (new teachers attend for one week)

• Must maintain regular communication with UT college professor through online sessions

• Teachers must accompany students to a fall field trip at UT Austin

• All classes must be taught on home campus

» Content Area(s): Chemistry

Students do not need to be TSI ready but must have taken it once, and must have passed all EOCs and

prerequisite courses. Students who do not do well in the college portion may be denied a grade at the

end of the semester. Student must earn a “C” in the fall course to advance to the spring semester college

course. The fall course is a prerequisite to the spring course. Students will earn a 4th Science credit.

Deadline

• Mid February, select content teacher and send to Advanced Academics Office/District Dual Credit

Coordinator.


UT AUSTIN - CHEMBRIDGE/PCARP

PCARP

ChemBridge, MathBridge, SPURS, and CalcBridge are units of the Pre-College Academic Programs

(PCARP) in the Longhorn Center for School Partnerships (LCSP). The LCSP is in turn part of the Division

of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) at UT-Austin The DDCE’s mission is to increase the

number of low-income, underrepresented, and first generation college students who attend institutions of

higher education, and to engage communities who produce those students across the state.

Mission

The mission of ChemBridge and MathBridge is to improve the academic readiness and college literacy

of students from Texas high schools that are underrepresented at institutions of higher education through

credit-bearing, college-level, concurrent-enrollment chemistry curriculum.

Program Elements

CHEMBRIDGE

Two semesters of college-level science coursework for high school juniors

and seniors, with three credit hours offered each semester: Chemistry in

Context I (CH 304K) in the fall and Chemistry in Context II (CH 305) in the

spring. Generally, transfers as CHEM 1305 and 1307 in the Texas Common

Course Numbering System.

MATHBRIDGE

Two semesters of concurrent = enrollment math coursework for high school

students with three credit hours of M302: Introduction to Mathematics offered

for the year. This course generally transfers as Math 1332 in the Texas

Common Course Numbering System.


DUAL CREDIT - ALAMO COLLEGES DISTRICT

ALAMO COLLEGES

Definition of Program

Alamo Colleges - Dual Credit - $100 per

student/$2800 a semester for professor

to teach at HS campus.

• SAC, SPC, PAC - Alamo Colleges

and their partner SAISD campus have

either an Early College High School

designation, or individual courses

in Core Subjects of: English, Math,

Science and Social Studies, including

World Languages, Fine Arts and

Career and Technology courses.

• SAISD High School teacher may earn

$600/course section of 15 students or

more (paid by ACCD).

• SAISD schools may request a

professor to come to the campus.

Cost is $2800/ semester, all DC

courses on any campus, must be

approved by the school district before

any Course Agreements and financial

contracts are signed.

• High school teachers with Master’s

degrees, can apply to teach a course

at their home campus once approved

by Alamo College Partner Department

Chair.

• Determine which teachers have

Master’s degrees or CTE certification

to teach courses by February. Select

content teacher and send intention

to SAISD Dual Credit Coordinator if

an academic course or to the CTE

Director for CTE courses.

• Determine which teachers have

Master’s degrees or CTE certification

to teach courses by February. Select

content teacher and sent intent to

SAISD dual credit coordinator.

Student Timeline

FEBRUARY

» Mid-Feb- AlamoENROLL Ready-Set Apply Due

MARCH

» First week March - Verification of Applicant Eligibility

Form Due

» First week March- MOU Agreement modification signed

by ISD/HS Campus and College for Fall.

» Notification to ISD of any changes in enrollment

requirements.

» Develop initial listing of courses to be offered for following

year.

» Create and Submit New/Expiring Course Agreements for

upcoming fall.

APRIL

» Mid-April- Student Admission Requirements and Initial

Assessments Results Due

JUNE

» First week June -Fall Deadline for New and Existing

Faculty Applications.

» Deadline to Submit Re-test Results

» School Rosters for Registration due

» Mid-June-Alamo Academy Student Admission

Deadline

AUGUST

» First week of August- Submission Deadline for

Completed New Student Admission Packets &

Updated Verification Form

» Mid-August- Prep Files and Process Registration

SEPTEMBER

» First week of September- Schedule changes

allowed with proper paperwork

» Mid- September- Fall Census Date

NOVEMBER

» Mid- November- Last day to withdraw from

class “W” on transcript.

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DUAL CREDIT - ALAMO COLLEGES DISTRICT

Dual Credit Course Plan Action Steps - Alamo Colleges

Action Plan for Dual Credit Programs ACCD

There are several Dual Credit course programs available in SAISD. Through an annual MOU, college

partners are able to offer a variety of courses across English, Math, Science, Social Studies, World

Languages, Fine Arts and CTE course. The courses are designed for 10th through 12th grade students

who are identified as passing their EOC’s and in some cases their TSI exams in order to earn college credit

while in high school.

Teachers who are best suited for teaching these courses must have a Master’s degree in the content area,

or at least have a successful track record of students earning credit in that content area.

Upon identifying the teacher who will teach the Dual Credit class, we will need to get them ready and

approved by Alamo Colleges. All syllabi, materials and assessment items are available to trained teachers,

and are periodically updated and tuned to support student success.

Campus Action Steps

9 Identify the teachers who are interested in teaching dual credit on your campus.

9 Analyze student data to determine how many sections of each course will be needed.

9 Make sure the Dual Credit classes are on the choice slips.

9 Meet with students (and parents) for advising.

9 Schedule selected teachers to submit college transcripts showing Master’s degree for approval.

9 Identify the classroom/computer lab (if needed) and any technology needs/textbooks needed to

execute the DC class properly. Online classes will need stronger wifi or server to download or stream

videos.

9 Discuss and plan for any travel (transportation) you will need for course.

9 For additional information and support, contact the Advanced Academics Office/District Dual Credit

Coordinator.

Alamo Colleges Partners

PAC - Burbank

SAC - Edison, Fox Tech, ALA, Jefferson, Cast Med, Cast Tech, YWLA

SPC - Brackenridge, Highlands, Houston, Lanier, YMLA


UTSA P-20/DUAL CREDIT COURSE CODES

The University of Texas at San Antonio Dual Credit

Programs

The UTSA Early Birds Dual Credit Program - $70 app fee (one time only), and $384 per student per

course.

UTSA offers several classes: US National Government (Poli 1013), Economic Principles and Issues

(ECO 2003), US History Columbus to Civil War (HIST 1043), US History Post Civil War Era (HIST 1053),

Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (Math 1073), Pre-Cal (Math 1093), Writing Rhetoric and Composition

(WRC 1013 and 1023). Teachers will be college professors and will be held at the UTSA-Downtown

campus. Transportation will be provided by SAISD.

Deadline: In February, identify which students are TSI College Ready = 350 M, 351 R, 340 W, “5” on Essay

who desire take the course. Submit rosters to Advanced Academics Office/District Dual Credit Coordinator.

Students Must:

• Complete ApplyTexas application, meet TSI College Readiness scores, have their Meningitis shot,

and HS Transcript.

• Once registered, student will go twice a week to their class and must be responsible for all assignments and lab

work. Sometimes, college professor will ask a teacher on the high school campus to assist in lab time.

• SAISD will pay for $70 application fee and tuition per student.

• Content Area(s): Government, Economics, Pre-Cal, US History, English, Biology, Speech, Ethnic Studies,

Psychology and Sociology. Additional courses available to those listed above: Biology, Speech, Business Math,

Ethnic Studies, Psychology and Sociology.

• Offered Mon & Wed or Tues & Thurs in the morning or in the afternoon. Master schedule should reflect these

times and possible labs or Friday tutoring.

• First week in August, Deadline to Register students for the fall courses. Dual Credit Program Manager will

register all DC students.

• High school junior or senior with good academic standing.

• TSI complete in dual credit subject, or granted exemption.

• Students will apply as a group on scheduled “Dual Credit Day” in April. Deadline for new student applications.

In ‘Online Apply Texas DC Application; UTSA Program Manager will need to be present.

• Official High School Transcripts (Sealed)

• Official TSI, ACT and/or SAT scores (Sealed)

• Updated Meningitis Vaccination Records (expires after 5 years)

Upon admission, student will receive a DC Admissions letter which will include their UTSA ID and ASAP

account information.

• First week in August, Deadline to Register students for the fall courses. P-20 Program Manager will register all

DC students

• Students may access their registered courses through their ASAP accounts.

• Mid-August, Deadline for DC orientation (Fall students); held at UTSA Downtown

campus.

• Mid-Oct, Deadline for SAISD to pay tuition.


DUAL CREDIT COMPARISON

Dual Credit Programs Side By Side

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

PROGRAM OnRamps ChemBridge

SUBPROGRAM

English, Math,

Science, Social

Studies, Fine Arts

MathBrdige, SPURS

(ELA), CalcBridge

COST $99 per student $300 per student

UTSA

Earlybirds

Instructional Outreach

English, Math, Social

Studies

$384 per student;

$70 app fee

ALAMO COLLEGES

DISTRICT

PAC, SPC, and SAC

Burbank, Brackenridge,

Highlands, Houston, Lanier,

ALA, CAST TECH, Edison,

Fox Tech, Jefferson, YWLA,

YMLA

$100 per student; $2,800/

semester for visiting professor

STUDENT

REQUIREMENTS

Take TSI at least

once; Pass all EOCs

Take TSI at least

once; Pass all EOCs

College Ready TSI

scores; Pass all EOCs;

Meningitis shot; HS

transcript; Complete

ApplyTEXAS

Take TSI at least once; Pass

all EOCs; Meningitis shot;

HS transcript; Complete

ApplyTEXAS

TEACHER

REQUIREMENTS

Have experience

teaching content

area for at least one

year prior to training;

Attend summer

training; Attend fall

and spring update;

Need class set of

Chromebooks

Have experience

teaching content

area for at least

one year prior to

training; Attend

summer training;

Attend fall fieldtrip

with students; Attend

Mid-Winter update

Teachers are college

professors at downtown

campus; Transportation

provided by SAISD;

Textbooks included

Must have Master's degree in

Content; Submit transcripts to

college; Department chair for

approval; Textbooks will be

extra


DUAL CREDIT BASICS AND FACTS

Dual Credit Basics

Eligible Courses for Dual Credit

In the core curriculum of the public institution of higher education providing the credit:

1. A career and technical education course; or

2. A foreign language course.

This provision does not apply to a college course for dual credit offered as part of an approved early college

education program established under TEC Section 29.908 or an early college program as defined in TAC

Chapter 4 Subchapter D, that assists students in earning a certificate or associate’s degree while in high

school. No developmental education or remedial course can be offered for dual credit.

Grade Level Eligibility | High school students as

agreed upon in local policy

Transferability

Funding

Grade

Level

Eligibility

Important

Considerations

Faculty

Dual Credit

Case Load

Curriculum

Dual Credit Case Load | No limit in rules as agreed

upon in local policy. May enroll in more than two dual

credit courses per semester.

Curriculum | The college shall ensure that a dual

credit course and the corresponding course offered

at the main campus of the college are equivalent with

respect to curriculum, materials, instruction,

and method/rigor of student evaluation.

Faculty | Faculty must meet the same standards and

approval procedures used by the college to select

faculty responsible for teaching the same courses at

the main campus of the college. Dual credit faculty

qualifications specified in TEC 130.008(g).

Funding | An institution of higher education may waive

all or part of tuition and fees for students enrolled in

dual credit courses. In its instruction and operations

formula applicable to an institution of higher education,

the board may not include any SCH earned from

college courses offered for dual credit unless they

are earned through courses in the institution’s core

curriculum, career and technical education courses,

or foreign language courses. (TEC 61.059).

Transfer-ability | It is the student’s responsibility to

work with the School Counselor and/or College-bound

Adviser to check on which Dual Credit Course Credit

will transfer to the student’s university of choice.

Please check Transfer Guides.


SAISD DUAL CREDIT

COURSE CODES CROSSWALK

COURSE

CODE

(HIGH

SCHOOL)

COURSE NAME

(HIGH SCHOOL)

COURSE CODE

(COLLEGE)

COLLEGE

PARTNER

1880 English 3 AP/DC ENGL 1301/1302 ACCD

1881 *English 4 AP/DC ENGL 1301/1302 ACCD

1235 English 3 DC ENGL 1301/1302 ACCD

1249 *English 4 DC ENGL 1301/1302 ACCD

1245 English 4 DC ENGL 2322/2323 ACCD

1561 Speech DC SPCH 1315 ACCD

1564 Speech Ind Stud DC SPCH 1311 ACCD

2890 Stats DC MATH 1442 ACCD

2883 Stats AP/DC MATH 1442 ACCD

2880 Pre-Cal DC MATH 1414 ACCD

2539 Math Ind. Study 1 DC MATH 1332 Lib Arts Math ACCD

2540 Math Ind. Study 2 DC MATH 1314 Col Alg or 2412 ACCD

7640 Anatomy and Physiology DC BIOL 2401/2402 ACCD

3229 Biology II DC BIOL 1406/1407 Bio for Majors ACCD

3880 Biology AP/DC BIOL 1406/1407 ACCD

3268 Physics DC PHYS 1305 ACCD

4255 Government DC GOVT 2305 ACCD

4881 Government AP/DC GOVT 2305 ACCD

PRE-REQUISITES

4301-2-3-4 Spec. Topic 1 DC (Govt 2nd time) GOVT 2306 (or other DC Soc Stud) ACCD SPT2 DC, SPT3 DC, SPT4 DC

4265 Econ DC ECON 2301 ACCD

4882 Econ AP/DC ECON 2301 ACCD

4235 US History DC USHS 1301/1302 ACCD

4880 US History AP/DC USHS 1301/1302 ACCD

4518 Sociology DC SOCI 1301 ACCD

4523 Psychology DC PSYC 2301 ACCD

5587 Spanish 2 DC 1411/1412 ACCD

5588 Spanish 3 DC 2311/2312 ACCD

6475 Art App DC ARTS 1301 ACCD

6440 Theater App DC DRAM 1310 ACCD

6492 Music App DC MUSI 1306 ACCD

7839 ChemBridge (SCIRD1) CH302K/CH302L UT

1884 OnRamps DE Rhetoric & Writ DC RHE 306+RHE 309 (Eng 3-1301/1302) UT Eng I + Eng 2

1885 *OnRamps DE Rhetoric & Writ DC RHE 306+RHE 309 (Eng 4-1301/1302) UT Eng I + Eng 2 + Eng 3

2735 OnRamps DE Arts & Ent Tech DC UT AET 304 UT Intro- Comp Sci./Fine Arts

2884 OnRamps DE Pre-Cal DC Math 305G (Math 2312) UT Alg 2

2885 OnRamps DE Stats DC SDS 302 (Math 1342) UT Alg 1 + Geom + Alg 2

2888 OnRamps DE College Algebra DC M301 (Math 1314) UT Geom + Alg I

2889 OnRamps DE Computer Sci. DC Comp Science 302 UT Alg I + Alg 2 (preferred)

3883 OnRamps DE Chemistry DC CH301/CH104M UT None

3885 OnRamps DE Geo-Science DC GEOL 302E UT Bio+Chem/IPC+Chem

3884 OnRamps DE Physics 1 DC PHY 302K (PHYS 1301) UT Alg1, Geom, Alg 2, Pre-Cal(rec)

7846 OnRamps DE Physics 2 (SCIRD 2) PHY 302L (PHYS 1302) UT PHY 302 K, AP Phys 1

4883 OnRamps DE US History DC HIS 315K & 315L (HIS 1301/1302) UT Eng 2

TBD On Ramps DE HS Res. Init. DC NSC 309 UT None

1882 UTSA- Writing, Rhet. & Comp DC 1013/1023 (Eng 3 1301/1302) UTSA Eng I + Eng 2

4255 UTSA- Government DC POL 1013 UTSA All UTSA classes must have

4265 UTSA- Economics DC ECO 2003 UTSA TSI/SAT scores that shows

4235 UTSA- US History DC HIST 1043/1053 UTSA College Readiness

2880 UTSA- Alg for S&E/Pre-Cal DC 1073/1093 UTSA Must pass 1073 before taking 1093

*Only if ENGL 1301/1302 is being taken for the first time; make sure it is only taken once on transcript

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