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High School/Community College Dual-credit courses

Below see the dual-credit courses that we are planning for the 2019-20 school year.

FALL 2019

LA Valley College and LA Mission College Courses:

Art History (counts as part of the Area 3 of IGETC requirements and high school visual&performing arts) – LA Mission College – Art 101 – Learn Beyond The Book companion course is Mondays at 1pm-2:30pm with Autumn Harding
Political Science (counts for High School Civics and CSU transfer requirements area and Area 4 of IGETC requirements ) – LA Mission College, Pol.Sci. 001 – 8-week course – Learn Beyond The Book companion course is Wednesdays at 2:30-4pm with Erin Donovan
Psychology 1 (counts for Area 4 of IGETC requirements and high school elective) – LA Mission College – Psych 001 – Learn Beyond The Book companion course is Fridays at 1pm-2:30pm with Lizzie Scott
Ventura College Courses:
Cultural Anthropology – Anth V02 (counts for Area 4 of IGETC requirements and high school elective) – Ventura Community College – Anth V02 – Learn Beyond The Book companion course is Wednesdays at 4-5:30pm with Erin Donovan

SPRING 2020

Planned college courses for Spring 2020 :
History of Film (counts as part of the Area 3 of IGETC requirements and high school visual & performing arts)
English 101 (if students passed college placement test- fulfills Area 1 of IGETC requirements and 1 year of high school English) – should do prep class in the Fall to test into English 101 at the college
Abnormal Psychology – Psych 14 (counts for Area 4 of IGETC requirements and high school elective) – Psychology 1 is a prerequisite
Comparative World Religions (counts as part of the Area 3 of IGETC requirements and high school elective) – should take the course in the Fall as well
Biological Anthropology (counts for High School Biological Science but without a lab and Area 5 of IGETC – Biological Science without a lab) – should take the prep course in the Fall
History 2 (counts for Area 4 of IGETC requirements and high school world history) – students should take the High School World History class in the Fall
History 12 possibly – (counts for Area 4 of IGETC requirements and high school US history) – students should take the High School US History class in the Fall
Philosophy 1 (counts for Area 3 of IGETC requirements and high school elective)
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