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Dual Credit High School Application

Let’s Get Started

We’re excited to be partnering with Kenya and their ABC sponsored schools! Applying to UCM is easy and we can’t wait to welcome you to our UCM family.

Follow the steps below and let us know if you have any questions by emailing us at dualcredit@ucmo.edu or calling 660-543-4876.

Eligibility criteria

To participate in UCM’s dual credit program, students must meet the following criteria:

 

If you are in the 11th or 12th grade with a EOC score equivalent to a US 3.0 GPA or higher

You are automatically eligible for dual credit courses!

If you are in the 11th or 12th grade with an EOC score equivalent to a US GPA between 2.5-2.99

Signed letter of recommendation from your principal or guidance counselor.

Attend an ABC sponsored school

 

 

***MATH 1111 - College Algebra has an additional placement requirement: students must score a minimum of 50 in the Accuplacer College-level Math Exam. 

UCM's Testing Services has created remote proctoring abilities with Accuplacer through Examity.  This option allows for the student to test 24 hours a day 7 days a week globally.  The cost for this service is paid by the student directly to the proctoring company in the amount of $25.  The exam fee for each specific Accuplacer exam ($10 each) may be paid by the student through their UCM student account.  Students may test no more than 3 times. You will be able to register for the Accuplacer exam once UCM has processed your application. An email notification will be sent to your email address.

Available courses

Public Speaking - COMM 1000 - 3 credit hours. 

A study and practice of basic principles involved in discovering, arranging, delivering, and evaluating ideas in speech situations. UCM General Education Competency: This course fulfills Foundational Skills Competency #2 in the Communication area of the UCM General Education Program.  This course is equivalent to MOTR COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking in the Oral Communication Knowledge Area.

 

Introduction to Chemistry - CHEM 1103 - 3 credit hours. 

Provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental principles and applications of general chemistry. This course examines topics that include composition of matter, the atom, chemical bonding, solutions, measurements, chemical nomenclature, stoichiometry, and thermochemistry. UCM General Education Competency: This course fulfills Knowledge Competency #7 and reinforces Foundational Skills Competency #3 in the science non-laboratory area of the UCM General Education Program. This course is equivalent to MOTR CHEM 100 Essentials in Chemistry in the Natural Sciences Knowledge Area.

 

General Psychology - PSY 1100 - 3 credit hours. 

A general introduction to the science of behavior, surveying the broad field of psychology and the methods of investigation. UCM General Education Competency: This course fulfills Knowledge Competency #8 and reinforces Foundational Skills Competency #4 in the Social & Behavioral Sciences area of the UCM General Education Program. This course is equivalent to MOTR PSYC 100 General Psychology in the Social & Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area.

 

College Algebra - MATH 1111 - 3 credit hours. 

Continuation of algebra including such topics as linear and quadratic equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, second degree relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Prerequisite(s): high school program including advanced algebra with a grade of C or better. Placement according to University policy applies. Minimum score of 50 in the Accuplacer College-level Math test or 116 in the Accuplacer Elementary Algebra test. UCM General Education Competency: This course fulfills Knowledge Competency #7 and Foundational Skills Competency #3 in the Mathematics area of the UCM General Education Program. This course is equivalent to MOTR MATH 130 Pre-Calculus Algebra in the Mathematical Sciences Knowledge Area.

Deadlines

  • Application and registration TBA

Apply and register here

  • Course withdrawal deadline varies by course:

Access and submit drop form here

Textbooks

***Purchase textbooks only after your new university student ID number and email address have been issued and emailed to you***

 

Public Speaking 

Textbook title: Coopman's the Evolving Art

Publisher: Cengage

⇒ Create account here ⇐ using your UCM email address

Book Notes: This course uses a digital textbook with integrated Blackboard access. Information about the use of digital course materials will be provided by your instructor on the first day of class. Create an account above and UCM will charge you $44.75 for this textbook automatically. 

 

Introduction to Chemistry 

Book Notes: All reading and materials necessary to complete required exercises are provided within the course at no extra cost. Links to additional resources on external websites are also provided for each lesson in the Lesson Toolbox.

 

General Psychology

Textbook title: Exploring Psychology 

Publisher: MPS

Author: MYERS

Edition: 11TH 

Published Date: 2020

ISBN: 9781319375638

Cost: Varies by vendor

 

College Algebra

Textbook title: My Math Lab for College Algebra

Author: LIAL

Edition: 12TH

Book Notes: This course uses a digital textbook with integrated Blackboard access. Information about the use of digital course materials will be provided by your instructor on the first day of class. UCM will charge you $65.87 USD for this textbook automatically. 
 
***Purchase textbooks only after your new university student ID and email address have been issued and emailed to you***
Apply and Register

 

 

 

 

Contact

Dual Credit Staff
Humphreys 401 Warrensburg, MO 64093
Tel: (660) 543-4876
Fax: (660) 543-8333

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