CE Courses ONLINE
Earn College credit online with Davis Connect!
Within the first days of class, the CE teacher will provide information about how to get admitted and registered as a CE student.
This is a three step process:
Admission to the university / college
Register for the CE course
Pay tuition / fees *
Students need to be admitted, registered, and fees paid to Weber State University or Salt Lake Community College (depending on which institution the course is being given through) within the first week of classes or they will be dropped from the course.
SLCC CE Registration*
*for CE Commercial Photo 1
Weber State CE Registration**
**for all other classes
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- Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Physical Education
- Fine Arts / Music
- Career & Technical Education
University English courses have specific requirements in order to take them. Visit the link below to learn more:
This course will provide students with a basic knowledge of interpersonal and small group communication skills. The focus of the course is how humans establish and maintain relationships through communication, especially in group settings. Students will learn communication skills which may allow them to improve relationships at school, at work, and in their personal lives. An eight (8) hour service project is part of the course. Through thought-provoking and creative class content, students will learn communication skills that will help them in real life situations. This course is not NCAA certified to count as English 12.
College Credit Available. WSU $15 Prerequisites: A minimum of 18 on the English and Reading portions of the ACT prior to July and teacher recommendation This course follows the syllabus for Weber State University’s initial English course. Successful completion may result in three semester hours of college credit from Weber State University. Students write intensively and must adhere to Weber’s attendance policy. This course also fulfills the senior English requirement
This fulfills required English credit for high school as well as provides college credit. This course will focus on writing arguments, conducting research, and documenting sources. Students will continue to learn practices of successful academic writing including the writing process, writing for specific audiences, and collaboration with peers.
Introduction to three major literary genres-- fiction, poetry, and drama--drawn from a diverse range of authors from various cultures and historical periods. Students will learn how to read literary texts closely and critically, and how literature can have a meaningful part of their daily lives. Designed to introduce students to various ways of reading, thinking and writing about literature. In this class, we will learn how to read literary texts closely, and respond personally and critically.
University Math courses have specific requirements in order to take them. Visit the link below to learn more:
This class provides the students an opportunity to study Algebra at a level necessary to be successful in Concurrent Enrollment Math 1050. This class is required for students who wish to enroll in 1030 or 1050 class second semester unless they meet the minimum ACT math sub score requirement.
This course meets the General Education requirement for college graduation for any student going into a liberal arts or social sciences field. Students will receive college credit and a grade from Weber State University. Math 1030 is a quantitative literacy course of contemporary mathematics. Topics include geometry, statistics, probability, and growth and form.
This course meets the General Education requirement for any student going into a non-liberal arts or social field. This includes Nursing, Education, Business, Engineering, Science, Technology, Math. Students will receive college credit and a grade from Weber State University.
This course introduces students to the field of Psychology. The class examines the study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include how the brain influences behavior, how humans learn and remember, the development of personality, and the effect of psychological disorders on behavior. Other topics that are part of the field of Psychology will also be studied.
This is a semester course designed to explore the mental, psychological, and physiological factors that affect athletic, personal and professional performance. The concepts discussed in class can be directly applied to any sports/activity but more importantly the skills discussed will help you in your daily life. The curriculum covered includes (but not limited to) Mental Toughness, coping with anxiety and stress, motivation, visualization and imagery, relaxation, goal setting, positive attitude and self-talk, how to achieve your optimal level, in addition to discussing leadership and social skills.
This course introduces dance as a means of cultural expression. Throughout the semester, the course will focus on universal functions of human movement and the diverse ways in which those functions are expressed across multiple aesthetic systems and cultural practices of selected dance traditions. The creative process will be utilized to connect traditional dance styles to student composition. Dance from around the world will be experienced and practiced.
Students enrolled in this course will be exposed to content that supports the following main ideas: draw from observation every day, study light logic, read and take quizzes, keep a sketchbook, write an art research paper, post an e-Portfolio. This is an Advanced Drawing Class.
Study musical styles from Chants in the Medieval period to Raps in the 21st century. Identify musical elements and understand how they affect sound. A study of music history is included. Students will attend events outside of school, including but not limited to operas, ballets, symphonies, and choruses.
This college level course introduces many facets of theatre. Areas to be covered in the course include performance appreciation, play analysis, professions in the theatre, performance critique, employment possibilities, the history of the theatre, and others. This is not a performance class and students will not be asked to perform in front of the group. Live play attendance is required, and tests and quizzes will make up a large portion of the grade.
- Business Office Specialist
- Commercial Photo 1
- Foundation of Nutrition (Semester 1)
- Culinary 1 (Semester 2)
- Game Development Fundamentals 1
- General Financial Literacy
- Human Development
- Interior Design 2
- Teaching as a Profession 3
(Fulfills the Digital Studies Requirement) This semester course applies advanced concepts and principles using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and electronic presentation software. Students will integrate applications learned. Students may be given the opportunity to earn Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) industry certifications. option is available where WSU concurrent enrollment fees apply.
Previously called Digital Photography and is the beginning photo class. This course helps students develop skills in digital photography, which includes operating a camera, understanding and using compositional art concepts, understanding commercial applications, and develop an awareness of career opportunities in digital photography. This course will feature Adobe Photoshop software to create expressive photographs using art elements, including value, texture, contrast, and depth, understanding of copyright and ethics. It is recommended that students have access to a Digital SLR camera. option is available where WSU concurrent enrollment fees apply.
The General Financial Literacy course for juniors and seniors encompasses standards that are essential to the development of basic financial literacy. Students will gain the information and skills to implement a life-long plan for financial success. Students will receive the most benefit from learning about their finances in high school. Students will get to "buy/rent" their seat, pay bills, monitor their credit score, invest in their future, experience real "life happens" situations (i.e.: my identity was stolen!).
Human Development addresses the developmental aspect of individuals across the lifespan. The course content encompasses the study of biological, cognitive, social, and emotional developmental changes of the healthy individual in the context of the family and society. It emphasizes and demonstrates the vital connections between theory, research, and application.
This course is designed to familiarize students with professional expectations and responsibilities of an educator. Students will create an electronic unit plan portfolio that includes classroom management plans, formative and summative assessments, technology in the classroom, data collection and analysis, and a variety of lesson plans. Students will explore the exciting world of teaching, examine what it means to be a teacher and participate in the field observations (early childhood, elementary, secondary.
- Complete the CE New Student Orientation.
- Meet with your High School Counselor to complete the High School Counselor Degree Seeking Agreement.
- AFTER meeting with your high school counselor and completing the new student orientation, Email email@example.com to meet with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor.
Do I have to be a Davis Connect student to register for a Davis Connect CE course? Nope! Stay at your school and take a class with us, no problem. Talk with your counselor to check graduation requirements, workload, etc.
Can I work at my own pace? Nope. This is a college course with deadlines, check-ins, and sometimes proctored exams. You need to take it seriously and keep up.
What are the consequences of dropping a CE course? How responsible of you to ask! This is not like dropping or changing a regular high school class. You will need to register as a WSU student after you are registered through Davis Connect. This means you are subject to WSU deadlines, late fees, etc. Failure to meet those deadlines could result in non-refundable fees, a W, or F on your WSU transcript.
Am I getting an entire year of credit for a semester class? Why, YES! Yes you are.
- INFORMATION ABOUT CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
- COMPLETING YOUR COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS and EARNING THE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION (COC)
WHY TAKE A CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT (CE) CLASS?
Could graduate from college sooner and get an earlier start on your career. Earn 36-40 credits towards the 60 credit associates degree.
Less university tuition is paid and debt is accrued saving thousands of dollars.
Jumpstart on College and Career Preparation
Get a feel for what will be expected in college or in a technical school.
Receive the same college student benefits as a full-time college student on campus.
Begin your college transcript in high school where the grades earned in concurrent enrollment classes, including failing grades and withdrawals, appear on your permanent college transcript.
Begin working on or receive your General Ed Certificate of Completion showing universities that the General Ed requirements have been completed.
Incoming WSU freshman who have completed at least 12 Concurrent Enrollment credits from any Utah Higher Institution with a 3.0 cumulative GPA average will receive a four-year or 8 semester tuition waiver ($2000 per year) to WSU.
Most Utah public universities and some Utah private and out of state institutions accept high school CE credit.
No more than 20 CE credits can be taken per semester and no more than 30 CE credits per school year. A petition to take additional credits can be sent to WSU to take more credits in a semester as long as the student does not exceed the 30 credits in a year.
Taking too many courses outside of a college program may limit Financial Aid eligibility (FAFSA).
Failing or withdrawing from too many courses can impact the student’s Financial Aid eligibility (FAFSA).
If the CE class credit is not going towards a General Ed requirement or towards a major program area, it could be wasted credit and money and limit the student’s ability to be full time which may affect financial aid eligibility.
Many majors tell you the exact General Ed and Elective courses that they want you to take because they fit within their program. If you take a class for your humanities credit that is not on your prospective majors list, you may have to take an extra humanities credit or an extra elective to meet their program requirements.
Check university Major Requirements and Graduation Maps to see what courses are required.
Do not be misadvised. Meet with a WSU college academic advisor and check with your desired college institution for updated official information on what credits will transfer.
WHAT IS THE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION (COC)?
The Certificate of Completion (COC) is awarded when students complete all core and breadth requirements with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Once applied for and awarded, it will appear on students’ transcripts and is considered part of their official record. The Certificate allows students to “lock in” their Gen Ed credits and is transferable between institutions in the Utah System of Higher Education. General Education accounts for approximately 36 - 39 credit hours and an Associates degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours. Do not be misadvised. Meet with a WSU college academic advisor and check with your desired college institution for what credits will transfer.
BECOMING A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION (COC) CE STUDENT:
1st complete the CE New Student Orientation .
2nd meet with your High School Counselor to complete the High School Counselor Degree Seeking Agreement .
3rd and only AFTER meeting with your high school counselor and completing the new student orientation, Email firstname.lastname@example.org to meet with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor. Do not be misadvised. Meet with a WSU college academic advisor to help with your CE journey.
Click WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT to START Admissions and Registration process.
To get admitted TO THE COLLEGE, Push the getting started button and follow the instructions.
Be prepared with a Credit Card and student's sS#
- Admission Cost: $35.00 one-time charge
Wait 24 Hours then Complete Step #2 and Step #3
- TO GET REGISTERED FOR THE CE CLASS, Push the getting started button and follow the instructions.
- Open the email sent from WSU to verify being admitted.
- Be prepared with a Credit Card and student's SS#
- Registration Cost: $5/credit hour + e-book charge for selected classes
Roadmap Instructions for all things WSU CE WSU Step by Step walk through CE instructionsLink and QR Code for a VIDEO on Getting admitted as a WSU CE student and REgistering for classes Completing the WSU Status Switch
Go to the SLCC Concurrent Enrollment page and follow the 3 steps:
- Be prepared with the following things:
- Your State SSID number
- Your Social Security Number (optional but recommended)
- A personal email address (your school email may not work)
- Guardian approval
- Your name and gender as it appears on your school record.
- You will then receive an acceptance letter within 7-10 business days, this will have your SLCC student ID number or "S Number" which is very important!
- Be prepared with the following things:
- Follow the steps on their page.
- Pay Tuition
- $5.00 per Credit hour
- Paid online through MySLCC, by phone, or in person.