Dual Credit Program

Dual Credit Program

Flour Bluff I.S.D. works closely with Del Mar College and Texas A & M Corpus Christi to offer students a wide variety of Dual Credit (high school and college) courses that are transcripted for college credit as the student completes the course, additionally, articulated credit is offered for many high school and Regional Technical Center courses. Dual Credit and Articulated Credit/Tech Prep courses allow students to earn the required four advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Plan. These courses also get students started in earning degrees and workforce certificates.

Dual Credit Courses currently offered at Flour Bluff High School include:

  • American Sign Language I/II/III/IV:
    • Beginning American Sign Language I (SGNL 1301)
    • Beginning American Sign Language II (SGNL 1302)
    • Intermediate American Sign Language I (SLNG 1304)
    • Intermediate American Sign Language II (SLNG 1305)
  • Economics (ECON 2301, 2302):
    • Principles of MacroEconoics (Economics)
    • Principles of MicroEconomics (Elective)
  • English IV (ENGL 1301 and 1302):
    • Composition I
    • Composition II
  • English Literature (Elective) (ENGL 2332,2333, 2334, 2335):
    • Literature of Western World: Classics - Renaissance/World Literature I
    • Literature of Western World: Enlightenment-Present/World Literature II
    • Themes and Genres - English Literatures
    • Themes and Genres - Literatures of the Americans
  • French III/IV
    • Beginning French I (FREN 1411)
    • Beginning French II (FREN 1412)
    • Intermediate French I (FREN 2311)
    • Intermediate French II (FREN 2312)
  • Government (Federal and Texas):
    • American Government I (POLS 2305 or GOVT 2301) and
    • American Government II (POLS 2306 or GOVT 2302)
    • Mexican American Politics (Elective) (GOVT 2311)
  • Mathematics:
    • Calculus I (MATH 2413)
    • Calculus II (MATH 2414)
    • Business Calculus (MATH 1325)
    • Probability & Statistics (MATH 1442 or MATH 1342)'
    • College Algebra (MATH 1314)
    • Plane Trigonometry (MATH 1316)
    • PreCalculus (MATH 2312)
    • Discrete Math (MATH 2305)
    • Statistical Methods (MATH 2342)
    • Business Math (MATH 1324)
    • Intro to Modeling (MATH 1470)
  • Communications
    • Public Speaking (COMM or SPCH 1315)
  • Sciences:
    • Psychology (General) (PSYC 2301)
    • Anatomy and Physiology:
      • Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BIOL 2401)
      • Human Anatomy and Physiology II (BIOL 2402)
    • Biology (BIOL 1406 and 1407)
      • Biological Concepts I
      • Biological Concepts II
  • Chemical Lab Technology
    • Chemical Calculation I/II (CTEC 1205/1206)
    • Applied Physics I (SCIT 1418)
    • Applied Analytical Chemistry (SCIT 1543)
    • Applied Organic Chemistry I/II (SCIT 2401/2402)
  • Chemistry
    • Intro to Chemistry (Non-Science Major) (CHEM 1305)
    • General Inorganic Chemistry I (CHEM 1311or CHEM 1411) and
    • General Inorganic Chemistry II (CHEM 1312 or CHEM 1412)
    • Quantitative Chemistry (CHEM 2401)
  • Physics (PHYS 1401 and 1402) or (PHYS 2425 and 2426)
    • General or University Physics I
    • General or University Physics II
  • Astronomy
    • Intro to Space Science (ASTR 1311)
  • Environmental Science
    • Intro to Environmental Science I (ESCI 1401)
    • Earth System Science (ESCI 1402)
  • Geology :
    • Physical Geology (GEOL 1303 - Non-Science Major)
    • Physical Geology (GEOL 1403)
    • Historical Geology (GEOL 1404)
  • Spanish III/IV/V/VI:
    • Intermediate Spanish I (SPAN 2311)
    • Intermediate Spanish II (SPAN 2312)
    • Literature (SPAN 3307 or 3308 or 3309 or 3310)
  • U.S. History (HIST 1301 and 1302, 3331/2301):
    • History of the United States I - 1865
    • History of the United State II - since 1865
    • Texas History (Elective)
  • World History:
    • Western Civilization I (HIST 2311)
    • Western Civilization II (HIST 2312)
  • Sociology:
    • Human Societies (SOCI 1301)
  • Fine Arts/Electives:
    • Art and Society (ARTS 1301)
    • Art History Survey I (ARTS 1303)
    • Film and Culture (COMM 1305)
    • The Art of Theatre (THEA 1310)
    • Elements of Musical Style (MUSI 1307)
    • Understand/Enjoying Music (MUSI 1306)
    • Foundations of Professional Ethics (PHIL 3340)
    • Music Appreciation (MUSI 1306)
    • Introduction to Music Literature (MUSI 1308)
    • Applied and Music Ensembles:
    • (MUAP and MUEN courses)
      • Concert Band
      • Concert Choir
      • Concert Orchestra
  • Introduction to Theatre (DRAM 1310)
  • Theatre Practicum I/II - Technical (DRAM 1120 and 1121)
  • Programming I
  • Introduction to Mobile Application Development

 

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