Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment is a program that allows students to take college level courses from right here at InTech, either taught by our own teachers, USU professors via Broadcast, or online.

Credit earned from the classes go permanently on your high school and college transcript. 

A 3.0 credit USU course is equal to 1.0 ICA credit.

Most courses offered are generals that fulfill requirements that go towards a high school diploma and an Associates degree.

Requirements:

  • 3.0+ GPA, No F’s
  • 2.0+ USU GPA, No F’s, or 2 W’s
  • On Track for Graduation
  • High School Student
  • Some Concurrent Enrollment classes have their own prerequisites and ACT score requirements
    • Math
      • Complete Secondary Math 1-3 with C’s or better
      • ACT score of 23 or better in Math section
    • English 1010
      • Complete English 9-11 with C’s or better

Fees 

  • If your student qualifies for Fee Waivers, they are except from paying for CE classes.
  • $5.00 per credit, most courses are 3 credits ($15.00) , much less expensive than tuition!!
  • Late Registration Fees are $100.00 a course, so make sure to pay early.
  • Books may be required for the course and are the students family’s responsibility to pay for.

Registration

https://concurrent.usu.edu/ (Links to an external site.)

  • If it is your first class, start at Step 1.
  • If you have taken a USU class before, start at Step 3.
  • Don’t forget to pay for your class!

Course List

  • PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LOOK AT WHAT CLASSES YOU SHOULD TAKE DEPENDENT ON YOUR INTERESTS
  • **Concurrent Enrollment Courses Change Dependent on the Year/Trimester** 
  • **Pay attention to the courses you take and what requirements they fulfill (QL, PS, etc.). This shows what Breadth Category the fulfill for an Associate’s degree. Taking multiple classes that fulfill the same requirement doesn’t help a student towards a degree, and may impact their financial aid eligibility. This canvas page is meant to give you a brief overview, please meet with Ms. Anderson to review your 4 year plan and other questions.**
  • ENGL 1010 (CL) – (3 credits)
    • If you earn a 29+ on the English portions of the ACT, you may not need to take this class.
    • This class is a prerequisite for ENGL 2010, a required class for ALL majors at Utah Universities.
  • MATH 1040 (QL) – Intro to Statistics. (3 credits)
    • If you earn a 26+ on the Math Section of the ACT, you may not need to take this class.
  • MATH 1050 (QL) – Precalculus (4 credits)
    • If you earn a 26+ on the Math Section of the ACT, you may not need to take this class.
  • MATH 1060 (QL) – Trigonometry (2 credits)
    • Requires MATH 1050. It is recommended students take both MATH 1050 & 1060 the same year.
  • STATS 1050 (QL)
    • If you earn a 26+ on the Math Section of the ACT, you may not need to take this class.
  • GEO 1010 (PS) – Intro to Geology. (3 credits)
  • CS 1030 (PS) – Foundations of Computer Science (3 credits)
  • CS 1400 (PS) – Introduction to Computer Science (4 credits)
  • PHYS 1010 (PS) – Elementary Physics (3 credits)
  • BIOL 1010 (LS) – Intro to Biology (3 credits)
  • MUSC 1010 (CA) – Introduction to Music (3 credits)
  • FCSE 1350 (SS) – Financial Literacy (3 credits)
  • PSY 1010 (SS) – General Psychology (same credit as AP Psychology) (3 credits)
  • HDFS 1500 (SS) – Human Development Across the Lifespan (3 credits)
  • USU 1320 (HU)- Civilization: Humanities (3 credits)
  • HIST 1700 (AI) – American Civilization (same credit as AP US History) (3 credits)
  • POLS 1100 (AI) – US Government and Politics (same credit as AP US Gov) (3 credits)
  • TEAL 1010 – Intro to Education (for students interested in becoming a teacher) (3 credits)