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College Classes Offered for College Credit Plus (CCP) Students at South Webster
The following courses are dual enrollment which means students will earn both college and high school credits upon passing them. Students must be accepted into the CCP program each year by attending the yearly mandatory CCP meeting (in February), completing all necessary paperwork and meeting all testing requirements to be accepted into the program and courses below.

ARTH1101 Introduction to Art
CREDITS: 3 college credits, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Kate Claxon

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to the visual arts. It encompasses the world of western and non-western art. It deals with the principles of art, formal and contextual elements and the basic vocabulary necessary in order to articulate opinions about the arts. The course has a studio component that will allow the student hands on experience to encourage visual communication through the visual arts.

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer scores.

Students are eligible to take this course during 1st semester of either their 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade year.


SSU HIST 2330 AMERICAN HISTORY 1

CREDITS: 3 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Mrs. Large

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 have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer scores.

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


SSU HIST 2340 AMERICAN HISTORY 2

CREDITS: 3 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Mrs. Large

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

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer scores.

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

ENGL1500 Composition I

CREDITS: 3 college credit hours from Zane State College, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Darcee Claxon

COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course emphasized the writing and revising process with essay mastery as the primary goal. Students read literary examples as models and write in descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive, and poetic modes. A research essay written in APA style is a requirement to successfully complete this course.

Students must have a qualifying ACT or Accuplacer score to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 1ST semester of their 11th grade year.


ENGL2600 American Literature: Civil War to Present

CREDITS: 3 college credits from Zane State College, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Darcee Claxon

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This survey course introduces students to a broad range of American Literature (print and film) involving works from the mid-nineteenth century up to the present day. The works studied will include poetry, novels, short stories, and nonfiction essays. By reading and analyzing these works, students will learn about significant themes, conventions, literary movements, and historical events during this period and will also strengthen their critical thinking and writing skills. Writers studies will include Walt Whitman, Emily Dickenson, Mark Twain, and Robert Frost.

Students must receive a C or better in ENGL1500 to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 2nd semester of their 11th grade year.


MATH1200 College Algebra

CREDITS: 3 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Matt Whitt

COURSE DESCRIPTION: A study of functions represented numerically, graphically and symbolically. Students learn the basic properties of linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Topics also include conditionally defined functions and operations on functions. Students learn to use functions and their graphs as tools for modeling.

Students must score a 253+ on the Math section of Accuplacer or 22+ on Math section of the ACT to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 1st semester of their 11th grade year.


MATH1250 Trigonometry

CREDITS: 3 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Matt Whitt

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The study of trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, solving trigonometric equations, measures of angles, trigonometric identities, vectors, and applications of trigonometry. This course may be taken by students preparing to take the calculus course that’s offered on Shawnee’s campus.

Students must take MATH1200 or have eligible Accuplacer or ACT scores in order to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 2nd semester of their 11th grade year.


PSYC1101 Psychology

CREDITS: 4 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Mrs. Large

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Survey of topics in experimental and clinical psychology, including bases of behavior, sensation, perception, learning, memory, human development, social processes, personality and abnormal.

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer scores.

Students are eligible to take this ALL YEAR during their 12th grade year.


SSU BIO 1120 CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY

CREDITS: 4 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Mrs. Howe

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course focuses on interactions 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 have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer scores.

Students are eligible to take this class 2nd semester of their 12th grade year


SSU BIO 1130 Principles of Anatomy/ Physiology

CREDITS: 4 college credit hours from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Mrs. Howe

COURSE DESCRIPTION: An introduction to basic concepts of biology and the in-depth anatomy and physiology of the skeletal and muscular systems with additional overviews of human respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous system anatomy and physiology for future health science students.

No pre requisite or admission criteria, but must have qualifying ACT or Accuplacer score.

Students are eligible to take this class 2ND semester of their 12th grade year.


ENGL2500 Composition II

CREDITS: 3 college credits from Zane State College, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Julie Haines

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students will employ the writing process introduced in Composition I. Composition II emphasized the development of rhetorical skills for literary analysis, critical appraisal, and academic research. Students will read literary texts and create several expository and persuasive essays.

Students must complete ENGL1500 Composition 1 to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 1st semester of their 12th grade year.


ENGL2520 British Literature: Industrialism to Present

CREDITS: 3 college credits from Zane State College, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Julie Haines

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This survey course introduces students to a broad range of British literature (print and film) involving works from the Early Romantic Period up to the present day. The works studied will include novels, short stories, poetry, and drama. By reading and analyzing these works, students will learn about various themes, conventions, literary movements, and historical events during this time period and will also strengthen their critical thinking skills. Writers studied will include Wordsworth, Dickens, Blake, Shelley, Austen, Yeats and Heaney.

Students must have earned a C or better in ENGL1500 to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this class 2nd semester of their 12th grade year.


MATH1100 Math Core Course

CREDITS: 3 college credits from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Matt Whitt

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course focuses on problem solving, heuristics, critical thinking, and the collection and interpretation of data. Additional topics included are at the discretion of the teacher.

Students must have a 241+ math score on the Accuplacer or 18+ score on the ACT to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this course 1st semester of their 12th grade year.


STAT1150 Principles of Statistics

CREDITS: 3 college credits from Shawnee State University, 1 high school credit

TEACHER: Matt Whitt

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Introduction to the vocabulary, concepts, and presentation of statistics as applied to business, education, and science. Topics include: exploring data and describing patterns, sampling and experimentation, planning and conducting a study, normal and sampling distributions, regression analysis, and statistical inference. The course will implement the use of technology as a catalyst for critical thinking.

Students must have a 241+ math score on the Accuplacer or 18+ math score on ACT to take this course.

Students are eligible to take this course 2nd semester of their 12th grade year.



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.