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Guidance » Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

 

MVHS Dual Enrollment College Courses- 

Interest Form 

College level classes taken at Moreno Valley High School, and taught by Moreno Valley High School staff in the Fall of 2018!! 

If Interested: 

Due April 18th:  Please complete our Dual Enrollment Interest Form.  

DE FORM LINK:  https://tinyurl.com/MVC-DE 

From April 19th to April 25th students who complete the interest form will be invited at the site level to complete the Moreno Valley College application.  Please see attached flyer.  

This is not a guarantee for enrollment into college level courses, only interest. 

 

 

 

English 1A-Fall

English 1B-Spring

English 80-Fall

 

 

ENG-1A - English Composition 4 units UC, CSU (C-ID ENGL 100) Prerequisite: ENG-50 or 80 or qualifying placement level. Emphasizes and develops skills in critical reading and academic writing. Reading and writing assignments include exposition, argumentation, and academic research. Students will produce a minimum of 10,000 words of instructor-evaluated writing. Classroom instruction integrates writing lab activities. Students may not receive credit for both ENG-1A and ENG-1AH. 72 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. (TBA option)

 

ENG-1B - Critical Thinking and Writing 4 units UC, CSU (C-ID ENGL 105 and ENGL 110) Prerequisite: ENG-1A or 1AH Building on the rhetorical skills learned in ENG-1A, students will analyze, interpret, and synthesize diverse texts in order to construct well supported academic arguments and literary analyses. Composition totaling a minimum of 10,000 words serves to correlate writing and reading activities. Classroom activities integrate with writing lab activities. Students may not receive credit for both ENG-1B and ENG-1BH. 72 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. (TBA option)

 

ENG-80 - Preparatory Composition 6 units Prerequisite: None Accelerated preparation for English Composition (ENG 1A), this course offers intensive instruction in the academic reading, reasoning, and writing expected in transfer and associate degree courses. Students will read college-level texts and write a minimum of 10,000 words. Classroom instruction is supplemented by writing lab activities. 108 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. (TBA option) (Non-degree credit course.)

 

 

History 6-Fall

History 7-Spring

 

 

HIS-6 - Political and Social History of the United States 3 units UC, CSU (C-ID HIST 130) Prerequisite: None Advisory: REA-83 and qualification for ENG-1A Political, social and economic development of the United States from colonial foundations to 1877; the evolution of American thought and institutions; principles of state and local government. Students may not receive credit for both HIS-6 and HIS-6H. 54 hours lecture.

 

HIS-7 - Political and Social History of 3 units the United States UC, CSU (C-ID HIST 140) Prerequisite: None Advisory: REA-83 and qualification for ENG-1A Political, social and economic development of the United States from 1877 to the present; the evolution of American thought and institutions; principles of national, state and local government. Students may not receive credit for both HIS-7 and HIS-7H. 54 hours lecture.

 

Guidance 45-summer

Guidance 48-summer

 

GUI-45 - Introduction to College 1 unit UC*, CSU Prerequisite: None Guidance 45 is designed to introduce academic and occupational programs, college resources and personal factors that contribute to success as a college student. This course includes an extensive exploration of Riverside Community College District resources and policies, orientation to college life, student rights and responsibilities, as well as certificates, graduation and transfer requirements. Students will prepare a Student Educational Plan. Outcomes of higher education will be discussed through the exploration and application of sociological and psychological principles that lead to success in college and in accomplishing goals. As a result of class activities and exploration of factors influencing educational decisions, class members will be able to utilize the information obtained in class to contribute to their college success. 18 hours lecture. (Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass option.)

 

GUI-48 - College Success Strategies 2 units UC*, CSU Prerequisite: None This comprehensive course integrates personal growth and values, academic study strategies and critical thinking techniques. Students will obtain skills and personal/interpersonal awareness necessary to succeed in college. 36 hours lecture.