Dual Credit Course 2023-2024 | Section #HS2L1

CourseSection NumberTitleCreditsYear/Term OfferedHigh School Instructor
AC 231HS2L1Principles of Accounting I3SpringJohn Potter
ACCPT 101HS2L1Basic Accounting3Full YearJohn Potter
AHLTH 130HS2L1Introduction to Allied Health2Fall and SpringDebbie Wassmuth
AHLTH 139HS2L1Nursing Assistant3Full YearDebbie Wassmuth
AHLTH 190HS2L1DS: Allied Health1SpringDebbie Wassmuth
AMFTI 290HS2L1DS: Automated Manufacturing Technology3Full Year
*ART 100HS2L1Introduction to Art (Painting)3Full YearChristopher Farnes
*BIOL 100HS2L1Concepts of Biology (H Biology)4Full YearTom Leachman
*BIOL 175HS2L1Human Biology (Anatomy)4Full YearTom Leachman
BUS 101HS2L1Introduction to Business3Full YearJohn Potter
*CS 108HS2L1Introduction to Computer Science4Full YearCyrinia Lockart
*ECON 201HS2L1Principles of Macroeconomics3SpringWilliam Autrey
*ENGL 101HS2L1Writing and Rhetoric I3Full YearJamie Bakker
*ENGL 175HS2L1Literature and Ideas3Full YearJacob Dyer
ENGTE 107HS2L1Engineering Tech Disc3Full YearTerri Varnado
ENGTE 125HS2L13D Cad Modeling3Full YearTerri Varnado
*FSCI 101HS2L1Introduction to Forensic Science4Full YearAmy Augenstein
*GEOL 101HS2L1Physical Geology4Full YearJeff Karlin
*HIST 112HS2L1US History II3Full YearScout Larson
IETTI 105HS2L1Solid State Devices4Full YearTerri Varnado
KIN 248HS2L1Sports Medicine3Fall and SpringAdam Cadez-Schmidt
*MATH 147HS2L1College Algebra & Trigonometry5Full YearBrent Jacobs
*MATH 153HS2L1Statistical Reasoning (Prob & Stats)3Full YearBrent Jacobs
MEDPT 173HS2L1Medical Terminology3SpringDebbie Wassmuth
*PHYS 205HS2L1Descriptive Astronomy (Astronomy)4Full YearJeff Karlin
*PSYC 101HS2L1Introduction to General Psychology3Full YearMichael Jones
*PSYC 101HS2L2Introduction to General Psychology3Full YearJordan Lockard
SPAN 201HS2L1Intermediate Spanish I (Spanish 3)4Full YearCharity Egland
SPAN 202HS2L1Intermediate Spanish II (Spanish 4)4Full Year

* GEM (General Education Matriculation) courses. These courses are accepted across all state institutions in Idaho.

Full Year courses - Students must be enrolled in these courses for both fall and spring semesters to receive credit.