(Conc.) Taking a course during the same semester as another.
Also referred to as dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment grants students both college and high school credit for a single course dependent upon state education guidelines.
Undergraduate students may apply for concurrent enrollment in undergraduate and graduate programs for the last semester prior to graduation through the Graduate Admissions Office if 6 or less undergraduate units are remaining in their undergraduate program.
Taking a course during the same semester as another. Abbreviation: Conc.
High school juniors and seniors enrolled at Oklahoma City Community College.
College-level courses available to high school students for both high school and college credit. Applied technology, introductory general education, and introductory level major courses are offered. Concurrent enrollment classes are taught either at the high school or at a college site. Teachers may be regular college faculty members or high school teachers who have been approved for adjunct faculty status at a higher education institution.
A student may enroll in two mutually dependent courses within the same semester and/or may be simultaneously enrolled at both LACC and a high school or another college.
Enrollment in courses at two institutions during the same semester.
High school students attend college classes and receive both high school and postsecondary credit. Twenty-one states have comprehensive dual enrollment programs.
Students can be enrolled at a home school site and other school sites to participate in instruction that is more appropriate to their abilities or potential. (dual enrollment)
simultaneous enrollment in two or more courses, programs, colleges, or campuses of the university.
students at any grade level take classes at the next school level. For example, high school students take a college course and receive college and high school credit.
When a student is enrolled in two colleges at the same time, it's called concurrent enrollment. Both colleges will have to approve this arrangement.
A student can enroll and attend two educational institutions at the same time provided that certain criteria are met.
A program that allows eligible high school students (juniors and seniors) to take credit-earning college courses.
Enrollment in two or more linked classes.