Dual Credit & Dual Enrollment

Dual Credit courses are offered in conjunction with the City Colleges of Chicago. Qualified students can take classes at Kelly to earn both high school and college credit, as long as a grade of C or higher is earned.
 
The process for students who are interested in dual credit classes.
 
1st Step: Students must complete the Dual Credit paper application, they must see Ms. Rogel in RM 154 for a copy, as Ms. Rogel needs to record their information on the dual credit datasheet.
 
2nd Step: Students must submit the completed paper application, and afterward they will complete the CCC Online Application. At the end of the application, they will receive an application number, it is very important the number is recorded by the student and shared with Ms. Rogel. Therefore, during the summer, Ms. Rogel will be inviting students to come so she can complete the application with them. It is a tricky application, it is important that they fill out correctly.
 
3rd  Step: If students do not meet the SAT requirements, they must sign-up to take the placement test with Ms. Rogel during the summer. They can also take it at any City College of Chicago (She would need to know if they plan on doing this, so that she can communicate with the CCC Early College Coordinator, about receiving their scores.

4th Step: By now, Students should have completed all three steps successfully, and should have received their test scores back. They must meet with their counselor, to make sure they have the class they signed up for. Most students do this before the next step, however, because the year is over at this point they should check in with Ms. Rogel to make sure they can even take the class they want to take, so that she can communicate with the counselors prior to the beginning of the year.
 
For more information:
Ms. Yesenia Rogel is located in RM 154
Office hours: Mon - Fri,  8:30 am to 4:30 pm
 
 
Below are the classes that will be offered next school year and their prerequisites. 
 
-Math 118: General Education Math
This course is designed to fulfill general education requirements. It is not designed as a prerequisite for any other college mathematics course. This course focuses on mathematical reasoning and solving of real-life problems. Three or four topics are to be studied in-depth, with at least three chosen from the following list: counting techniques and probability, game theory, geometry, graph theory, linear programming, logic and set theory, mathematical modeling, the mathematics of finance, and statistics. Applications involving problem-solving skills are emphasized throughout the course. Technology is an integral part of this course. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
Credit Hours:
4
 
Prerequisites

SAT Math Score: 530-570
CCC Placement Test Score: 46+
 
 
SPANISH 101
Pronunciation and basic structures, speech patterns, reading, and writing skills. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
Prerequisites:
None
Credit Hours:
4
 
ENGLISH 101
Development of critical and analytical skills in writing and reading of expository prose. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
Prerequisites 
SAT English Score: 480>
CCC Placement Test Score: 6
 
Credit Hours:
3
 
Social Science 101
A survey of subject matter and concepts selected from the disciplines of anthropology, psychology, and sociology. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course

Prerequisites:
 
SAT English Score: 480>
CCC Placement Test Score: 6

Credit Hours: 3
 
 
 
Computer Science 101
An introductory course in computer science and programming, with emphasis on the logical analysis of a problem and the formulation of a computer program leading to its solution. Topics include basic concepts of computer systems, computer types, cloud computing, and computer programming languages. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
Prerequisites:
None
Credit Hours:
3