We partner with independent school districts, charter schools, private schools, and home school parents to offer courses in the core curriculum, and workforce education.
ACADEMIC courses will serve to complete college course requirements typically associated with freshman and sophomore level courses necessary for a Texas Associate's Degree that can be applied to a bachelor's degree at any Texas Four-year University. Click here for a sample pathway of course offerings for dual credit students. Courses may be taken at the high school, online, or at the college campus.
(Examples: English, Government, History, Biology, Math, Psychology, Art)
TECHNICAL courses will serve to complete career and technical educational programs are related to various high-demand occupations which require one to two years of training and will allow students to go to work immediately after their training is completed. Even more importantly, most of these career and technical programs are designed to allow students to move into a career pathway. Many of our programs have articulation agreements in order for the Technical degrees to lead to a BAAS. Click here for a list of courses offered.
(Examples: Accounting, Auto Collision, Computer Maintenance, Child Development, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Drafting, Welding )
A complete schedule of course offerings may be viewed on this website.
Contact Director of College Connections and Dual Credit Paula Cavender at 903.415.2530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org