Dual Enrollment Courses
- Last Updated: 04 March 2015
Dual Enrollment (DE) courses are high school courses that also allow students to earn both high school and CCC college credits. These courses are taught at the high school, during the high school day, by high school teachers. Dual enrollment teachers must meet the same credential requirement as college instructors teaching the same course. They use the College textbook or one approved by the Department Chair and teach all College outcomes for the course.
Students enrolled in DE courses will receive CCC credit and an official CCC transcript upon satisfactory completion of their class.
In order to receive the CCC credit, they must be officially enrolled with CCC, while in high school. Free or reduced tuition costs apply for all classes.
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For information regarding the difference between DE, CAVIAT and CO-Enrolled classes click this link : DE, CAVIAT & CO-Enrolled Classes
Instructors who are interested in teaching a Dual Enrollment class, please contact Denise Folke at email@example.com.
To learn how CCC courses transfer to other AZ community colleges and universities, visit AZ Transfer.
More information about Dual Enrollment at CCC is available in the Dual Enrollment Handbook.