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Courses in Your School
High School ACCESS students should check with their guidance counselors to see if Dual Enrollment courses are available in your school.
***Please note that Dual Enrollment course options are open to ALL high schools in the state.***
Dual enrollment courses are usually in STEM disciplines such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Here are the Dual Enrollment courses we currently offer each semester:
MATH 126C: College Algebra (Prerequisite Scores- ACT 19; SAT 510; ALEKS 30-44; Dual Enrollment students must also achieve a “C” or better in each Math I, Math II and Math III STEM/LA or Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II prior to the start of the course.)
MATH 128: Plane Trigonometry (Prerequisite: MATH 126 grade of C- or higher)
MATH 153: Calculus 1a with Precalculus (Prerequisites: B- or higher in MATH 126 and MATH 128; SS ACT 26; SS SAT Math 590; SS SAT Math Section 610; ALEKS 65)
MATH 154: Calculus 1b with Precalculus (Prerequisites: MATH 153 grade of C- or higher)
BIOL 101: General Biology Lecture (Prerequisites: Corresponding lab course is required)
BIOL 103: General Biology Lab (Prerequisites: Must be taken with the lecture course)
BIOL 102: General Biology Lecture (Prerequisites: Corresponding lab course is required)
BIOL 104: General Biology Lab (Prerequisites: Must be taken with the lecture course)
Additional online courses could be used as a dual credit option:
ENGR 101: Engineering Problem Solving 1 (Hands on Project; Prerequisite course is AP Calculus)
ENGR 140: Engineering in History (No prerequisites requirements)
FIS 201: Intro to Forensic Identification (No prerequisites requirements)
High school students are NOT permitted to add or drop courses on their own through the HS ACCESS program. All students must contact HS ACCESS-Morgantown by email with changes to your accounts, or to request a withdrawal from WVU courses.
Photo Credit: Robert C. Byrd High School Forensic Investigation Science Students (FIS 201).
Photo Credit: Tyler County High School Students Working in their Dual Credit Biology 101/103 course.
Photo Credit: Lewis County High School Dual Credit College Algebra Math Students (MATH 126).