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College Class Choices for Students at South Webster

WHAT COLLEGE CLASSES CAN STUDENTS TAKE HERE AT SOUTH WEBSTER?

1. SSU HIST 2330 AMERICAN HISTORY 1

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Survey of United States history from the conquest and colonization of the New World to the origins and outcome of the American Civil War.

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must take ACT

3 college credit hours

Students are eligible to take this class 1st semester of their 10th grade year.

Teacher Mrs. Large

2. SSU HIST 2340 AMERICAN HISTORY 2

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Survey of United States history from the American Civil War to present day

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must take ACT

3 college credit hours

Students are eligible to take this class 2ND semester of their 10th grade year.

Teacher Mrs. Large

3. SSU BIO 1120 CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course focuses on interatiotions of humans with other organisms and their environments.

Designed for non-science majors, this course includes a laboratory component as well as discussions of current biological issues.

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must take ACT

3 college credit hours

Students are eligible to take this class 2nd semester of their 10th grade year or 2nd semester of

their senior year.

Teacher Mrs. Howe

4. OUSC Math 1200 College Algebra

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Topics in algebra including functions, linear equations and systems, polynomials, rational and radical expressions, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, and inequalities. This course is primarily intended to prepare students for Business Calculus. Students needing Tier I Math credit only should consider Intro Game Theory instead. Those whose program requires MATH 2301 Calculus I should start with PreCalculus.

4 College Credit Hours

Requisite:

ACT English subscore: 18 Reading subscore: 21 Math subscore: 20

This class can be taken 2nd semester of the 10th grade year or 2nd semester of the 11th grade year.

Teacher: Mr. Whitt

5. OUSC MATH 1300 PRECALCULUS

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Graphs, inverses, and operations of functions. Study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Additional topics from trigonometry and analytic geometry. Recommended only for students intending to enroll in MATH 2301.

4 College Credit Hours

Requisite:

ACT English subscore: 18, Reading subscore: 21, Math subscore: 22

This course can be taken 2nd semester of the 11th or 12th grade year.

Teacher: Mr. Whitt

6. OUSC Math 2500 Intro to Stats

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

An introductory course in applied statistics. Organization of data, central tendency and dispersion, probability, concept of random variables, probability distributions, estimation, testing hypotheses, linear regression and correlation, analysis of variance, and use of Excel in statistical analysis.

4 College Credit Hours

Requisite:

ACT English subscore: 18, Reading subscore: 21, Math subscore: 24

This course can be taken 2nd semester of the 11th or 12th grade year.

Teacher: Mr. Whitt

7. OUSC ENG 1510 WRITING AND RHETORIC

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Practice in composing and revising expository essays that are well organized, logically coherent, and effective for their purpose and audience. Topics from personal experience, nonfiction reading, and

research material

3 College Credit Hours

Requisite:

ACT English subscore: 18, Reading subscore: 21

This course can be taken 1st semester of the 11th grade year.

Teacher: Mrs. Haines

8. Other English course to be determined later, possibly Lit course through Zane State. Teacher credentialing in process. 3 College credit hours. Teachers: Mrs. Haines/Mrs. Darcee Claxon.

9. Fine Arts course to be determined later. Teacher Mrs. Kate Claxon.

10. Psychology course to be determined later. Teacher Mrs. Large.

Total college hours available to SWHS students here at South Webster, taught by our “credentialed”

High School teachers:

24 college credit hours (more to be added in the next two years)

Sophomore year: 10 hours (College Alg, and US History)

Junior year: 7 hours (Eng. Comp, Precalc)

Senior year: 7 hours (Statistics, Bio)

Remember, taking the college courses during High School creates a college transcript. The grades you earn in these college classes will affect your college admission process during your senior year. If you prove you are ready for college level work, it will benefit you greatly. If you prove you are not ready for college level work, it will harm your college potential.