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Dual Enrollment - Moorpark College

Dual Enrollment - Moorpark College

Dual Enrollment is an outstanding opportunity for current high school students to take college courses and achieve dual credit.  SVHS has a working partnership with Moorpark College providing more and more opportunities for our students to take these courses on either Simi High's campus after regular school hours or at the college campus.

If you are interested in ANY Dual Enrollment class this Spring, please complete this online Google Form.  Filling out this form does not make a commitment to enroll, but let us know that you are interested in the D.E. college classes and we can keep you informed of the opportunities that will be available each semester.  

Dual Enrollment Program Multi-Step Registration Guide


Here are some important dates to keep in mind:

November 17th: Registration opens for Dual Enrollment students for Spring 23' semester

January 16th: Fall Dual Enrollment classes begin

May 18th: Fall Dual Enrollment classes end

SPRING 2023 Offering on SVHS Campus: 5 classes that we are offering only to SVHS students are:

** IN-PERSON classes are ONLY available to students with free periods in their schedule and/or flexibility in their schedule.

Course Descriptions:

COMM M01  Public Speaking  

Prepares students to be effective oral communicators in a public speaking context through instruction in basic communication theory, appropriate delivery skills, common organizational patterns, and thorough research techniques. Offers practical training in feedback and listening skills. Course Credit Limitation: Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will be awarded only for the first course completed with a grade of “C” or better or "P". Moorpark College Honors Program requires a letter grade.

Grade Modes: Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading

Field Trips: May be required   Degree Applicability: Applies to Associate Degree

AA/AS GE: D2 Transfer Credit: CSU, UC  UC Credit Limitations: None

CSU GE-Breadth: A1  IGETC:1C


COUN M02   Career and Life Planning

Provides a thorough study for career development, academic goals, and life planning. Includes assessment tools for identifying personality type; clarifying interests, skills, and values; and establishing college majors and careers. Addresses psychological and social issues that impact career and life choices. Covers decision-making processes, labor market trends, career research, interviewing skills, and résumé writing.

Grade Modes: Letter Graded, Credit by exam, license etc., Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading

Field Trips: May be required  Degree Applicability: Applies to Associate Degree

AA/AS GE: None  Transfer Credit: CSU, UC

UC Credit Limitations: COL M01COUN M01COUN M01HCOUN M02COUN M05COUN M10COUN M23LS M03 combined: maximum credit, 3 units

CSU GE-Breadth: E  IGETC: None

 

FTMA   M101   Intro to Cinema

Introduces the art form of cinema. Includes topics such as a brief history of the movies, modes of production, form, style, genre, aesthetics, media industries, critical analysis, and socio-cultural and historical importance. Builds an appreciation for the art form and cultivates critical thinking about film. Combines lectures and discussions accompanied by screenings of appropriate films.

Grade Modes: Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading

Degree Applicability: Applies to Associate Degree  AA/AS GE: C1

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC  UC Credit Limitations: None

CSU GE-Breadth: C1  IGETC: 3A

 

BUS M30  Intro to Business

Provides a multidisciplinary examination of how culture, society, economic systems, legal, international, political, financial institutions, and human behavior interact to affect a business organization’s policy and practices within the U.S. and a global society. Focuses on how these influences impact the primary areas of business including: organizational structure and design; leadership; human resource management; organized labor practices; marketing; organizational communication; technology; entrepreneurship; legal, accounting, and financial practices; the stock and securities market; and therefore how they affect a business’ ability to achieve its organizational goals.

Grade Modes: Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading

Degree Applicability: Applies to Associate Degree  AA/AS GE: B2

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC  UC Credit Limitations: None

CSU GE-Breadth: D  IGETC: 4
 

PSY  M08  Abnormal Psychology

Introduces the scientific study of psychopathology and atypical behaviors, broadly defined. Investigates abnormal behavior from a variety of perspectives including biological, psychological, and sociocultural approaches. Surveys theory and research in abnormal behavior, and introduces intervention and prevention strategies for psychological disorders.

Catalog Notes: Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP2811 for 45 contact hours.

Grade Modes: Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading

Degree Applicability: Applies to Associate Degree  AA/AS GE: B2

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC  UC Credit Limitations: None

CSU GE-Breadth: D, E  IGETC: 4

If you would prefer to select other courses that are offered at Moorpark College, please check out their Dual Enrollment website:  www.moorparkcollege.edu/dualenrollment


Who to contact at Simi Valley High School? Your School Counselor!


Who to contact at Moorpark College? mcadmissions@vcccd.edu  805-553-4608


Benefits of Dual Enrollment