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Course: Honors English IV (ENG 4) (Dual Credit) 1016, 1020
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: English I, II, III
Grade Level: 12
Course Description: Honors English IV is a dual credit course for seniors who plan to go to college. It is a much more in-depth study of literature, analysis and logic. This course is a study of British literature and various modes of writing. The student is given the opportunity to respond personally and critically to readings from the 4 principal literary genres. Emphasis is placed on development of skills and techniques necessary for writing effective expository prose. A research paper is mandatory. This course meets the requirements for English 1301 and English 1302 at the college level. Students receives 6 credits.
Course: Honors English Literary Genres (Dual Credit) (LIT GENR) 1021
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: English IV Honors for Dual Credit (Engl 1301 and 1302)
Grade Level: 12
Course Description: This course is a survey of English literature from the early Romantic writers to the early twentieth century writers. Although careful attention is given to the historical, social and intellectual developments that gave rise to the literature, the emphasis of the course is on the individual selections themselves as outstanding expressions of the English literary heritage. The course employs critical reading, thinking, and writing skills in an analysis of a wide variety of selected readings. This course meets the 2322 and 2323 English requirements at the college level. Students receives 6 credits.

Course: Honors College Algebra (INSTUMTH) (Dual Credit) 2015, 2016
Credit: 1/2 -1
Pre-requisite: Algebra I & II, Geometry
Grade Level: 11-12
Course Description: This is a dual credit course for seniors who plan to go to college. It is a study of relations and functions, polynomial functions and equations of degree higher than 2, exponential and logarithmic functions and equations, matrices, and determinants, sequences and series, the binomial theorem, and mathematical inductions. This course meets the college core requirement. This course meets the 1314 requirements for Algebra at the college level. Students receive 3 credits.

Course: Honors Biology II (AP BIO) (Dual Credit) 3020, 3021
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Biology I & Chemistry or concurrent enrollment
Grade Level: 10-12
Course Description: This course is a dual credit course and offers students advanced level experiences in the concepts of Biology. Laboratory activities are presented as a combination of inquiry and confirmatory exercises. Advanced level laboratory techniques are developed to further the student's ability to pursue a biological science related career. This course meets the 1406 and 1407 Biology requirements at the college level. Students receive 8 credits.

Course: Honors Anatomy & Physiology (ANAT&PHY) (Dual Credit) 3025, 3026
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Honors Biology II 1406 Dual Credit
Grade Level: 11-12
Course Description: This course is a dual credit course and offers students advanced level science experiences. It includes the principles of human anatomy and the fundamental study of the chemical interrelationships of human systems. Laboratory includes anatomical models and displays, audio-visual materials, microscopy, and specimen dissecting in the lab. Digestion, respiration, excretion, muscular activities, reproduction and metabolism are included. This course meets the 2401 and 2402 Biology requirements at the college level. Students receive 8 credits.

Course: Honors United States History (US HIST) (Dual Credit) 4011
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: None
Grade Level: 11
Course Description: This dual credit course, which will be offered through distance learning, is designed for students planning to go to college, who can manage the demands of an advanced history class. This course covers the period of Reconstruction following the Civil War to the present time in the United States. It involves a study of the history and geography of the US, including an overview of economics (along with the impact of technology and science), government, citizenship, and culture. This course meets the requirements for History 1301 and History 1302 at the college level. Students will receive 6 credits.

Course: Honors United States Government (GOVT) (Dual Credit) 4016, 4021
Credit: 1/2 -1
Pre-requisite: None
Grade Level: 12
Course Description: This dual credit course fulfills the state graduation requirements for government and economics. The course which will be offered through distance learning, is designed for students planning to go to college, who can manage the demands of an advanced government class. Focus of the course is on the principles and belief upon which the US was founded, along with the functions, structure, and powers of local, state, and federal government bodies. The course includes the philosophical and historical aspects of democratic government, as well as the influence of geographical regions. Students learn how government and citizenship are related, and how government is affected by science, technology, and culture. This course meets the requirements for Government 2301 and 2302 at the college level. Students will receive 6 credits.

Course: Honors Western Civilization (Dual Credit)
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: None
Grade Level: 12
Course Description: This dual credit course, which will be offered through distance learning, is designed for students planning to go to college, who can manage the demands of an advanced history course. It is an introductory survey course from the rise of Near Eastern Civilization to the conclusion of the French Revolution. Special emphasis is placed on the period 1500-1815. The second half of this course is an introductory survey course from 1815 to the present with particular emphasis upon the twentieth century. Topics covered include the impact of the French Revolution, Reaction vs Progress, the Industrial Revolution, the Revolution of 1848, the Rise of Large Nation-States European Imperialism, European and World War II, and the contemporary world. This course meets the requirements for History 2311 and 2312 at the college level. Students will receive 6 credits.

Course: Honors Spanish III (SPAN 3) (Dual Credit) 1040, 1041
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Spanish II
Grade Level: 10-12
Course Description: This is a sequential program including listening, speaking, reading, writing, exploration of the Spanish culture, and linguistic study. Students will demonstrate knowledge in writing essential messages and in the communication of everyday situations. Students will learn how a language operates and skills that result in the application of the language learning process to the study of other languages. This course meets the requirements for Spanish 1411 and Spanish 1412 at the college level. Students will receive 8 credits.

Course: Honors Business Computer Info Systems II (ADVBSIC 1) (Dual Credit) 7071, 7072
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Business Computer Information Systems I
Grade Level: 11-12
Course Description: Students learn the responsibility of business and industry regarding ethics, environment, health, safety, and diversity in society in such a way as to prepare them for the transition into the workforce. Emphasis will be on the application of technical skills (embedding data and linking documents using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations software) through the use of popular productivity software. Workplace competencies may be added to the course content by the teacher. This course meets the requirements for ITSC 1409 (Integrated Software Applications) at the college level. Students will receive 4 credits.

Course: Honors Art History (APHISART) (Dual Credit) 5005, 5006
Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: None
Grade Level: 11-12
Course Description: The Art History courses are dual credit courses taught in 2 semesters. Students will become familiar with noteworthy examples of architecture, sculpture, painting, and the arts of every era. Visual literacy will be stressed. This course meets the state fine arts requirement for graduation. This course meets the 1303 and 1304 Art requirements at the college level. Students receive 6 credits.