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EKU

EKU Dual Credit Criteria:
Students who meet the criteria stated below are entitled to enroll in two EKU courses per semester (fall/spring) at the dual credit tuition rate of (To be determined according to the KY State Dual Credit Scholarship Program - 2019/20 tuition was $53 per credit hour). A maximum of 8 courses in total may be taken at the dual credit tuition rate.

• You must be a junior or senior in high school residing in Kentucky.
• You must have a high school GPA of 3.0.
• You must meet college readiness in English (ACT 18 in English, equivalent KYOTE, EKU Placement Test scores, ENG 101 AP credit or EKU ENG 101 equivalent transfer credit).
• Your high school must be a participating partner. (Check with your guidance counselor.)

 

New students should apply at: https://dualcredit.eku.edu/how-do-i-apply-0.  We will also need high school transcripts, evidence of college readiness in English (ACT, SAT, KYOTE or EKU Placement Test), and a signed consent form for all new students.  For your convenience, I have attached the 2019/2020 consent form.

 

Remember, in addition to meeting the participation criteria for EKU Dual Credit, students must also meet course pre-requisites.  Prerequisites are indicated in the course descriptions listed below.

 

EKU Dual Credit Spring 2020 100% Online Sections

 

Reserved on a First-Come-First-Serve Basis.

   

KHEAA Dual Credit Scholarships can be assigned.

 

KHEAA Dual Credit Scholarships can be assigned.

ENG 101-Reading, Writing and Rhetoric

 

GEO 210 - Introduction to Physical Geography

Prerequisite - College readiness in English and Reading.  A writing course developing critical reading skills while integrating and responding to varied sources; composing texts including summaries, analyses, evaluations, responses, and arguments; emphasizing style, organization, coherence, purpose, and persuasion for different audiences; General Education Element 1A; General Education Block IA [WC]

 

Study of natural processes operating at the earth’s surface with special emphasis on weather and climate and landforms as explanations for how and why physical and human phenomena vary from place to place. 2 Lec/2 Lab  Gen. Ed. 4A

     

ENG 102 - Research, Writing and Rhetoric

 

MUH 171 - Music Appreciation - 8 week course

Prerequisite: ENG 101 with a minimum grade of "C".  A writing course refining components of ENG 101 studying information sources and research methods; accessing, critically reading, evaluating, integrating and documenting primary and secondary sources; utilizing information technology for inquiry, analysis and argumentation.  Gen. Ed. E-1B [WG]

 

May not count toward a music major or minor. Provides the general college student with a cultural background in music. Masterpieces of music, composers, and techniques presented through listening materials and concert attendance.   Gen. Ed. 3A

     

PSY 200 - Introduction to Psychology

 

CMS 100 - Introduction to Human Communication – limited availability.

Prerequisite: completion of developmental reading requirement. A survey of the major content areas and methods of psychology, including history, biological correlates, cognition, language, intelligence, motivation, emotion, development, personality, abnormal, therapy, and social behavior. Credit will not be awarded for both PSY 200 and 200W. Gen. Ed. E-5B [SB]

 

An introduction to the study of human communication. Overview of major topics in contemporary theories of intrapersonal, interpersonal, small group, and public communication. Practice in the development of skills in each of these areas. Gen. Ed. E-IC [OC]

     

HIS 103 - American Civilization Since 1877

 

POL 101 - Introduction to American Government

Conflicts between demands of an industrial society and agrarian values: interrelationships between world expressions and American experience.  Required of all majors and minors in History.  Gen. Ed. E-5A

 

Principles, functions and basic political institutions of the American system of government at the national level.  Gen. Ed. 5A, 5B

     

Work Ready and KHEAA Scholarships can be assigned.

 

Work Ready and KHEAA Scholarships can be assigned.

TEC 102 Technology and Society

 

AVN 170 - Introduction to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).

This course focuses on how engineers and technicians apply their creativity, resourcefulness, mathematical, technical and scientific knowledge to solve authentic design problems. While primarily focusing on the manufacturing and construction fields of engineering, students will solve a variety of real world engineering problems to successfully complete the course requirements.

 

This course provides an introduction to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). A history of UAS, typical applications and an overview of regulations, airframe and power plant systems, sensors, ground control stations, airspace, weather, and other foundational skills needed to safely operate UAS in the U.S. airspace systems will be covered.