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 AP Courses

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Art- (32610)                                                                Teacher - Montierth

This course is geared towards compiling a portfolio for college credit.  Students will be working on a college level and be expected to do hours of homework in order to keep up with the intense projects.  It is recommended that students take this course as a junior and senior if possible.  AP portfolio required.

Fee $90 portfolio submission                 11th or 12th Grades                                1.0 Fine Arts credit

Pre-requisite:  Art 2, painting, commercial art 2, or approval from teacher

Art- (32612)- 3D Studio Design                                 Teacher - Ballstaedt

This course is geared towards compiling a portfolio for college credit.  Students will be working on a college level and be expected to complete 3-5 hours of homework per week in order to keep up with the intense projects.  It is recommended that students take this course as a junior and senior if possible. AP portfolio required. 

Fee $90 portfolio submission                 11th or 12th grades                                       1.0 fine arts credit

Pre-requisite:  Advanced pottery or advanced jewelry or approval from teacher 

Biology- (72610)                                                        Teacher - Hatch

This class offers an in-depth look at living things. Cells, ecology, genetics, and animal and plant systems are the main area of study. Labs are a main part of the class. It is recommended for honors level sophomores, juniors, and seniors wishing to earn college credit. Students who earn a score of  3 or above on the AP test will earn college credit. The class is recommended for students interested in a science-related career, such as medical, environmental, etc., or non-science majors trying to fulfill general science requirements.

Fee $90 AP test                                      10th, 11th, or 12th Grade                                1.0 Science credit

Calculus- (62610)                                                       Teacher - Johnson

College-level course geared toward the AP test given in the spring. Covers calculus concepts such as limit, derivative, optimization, related rates of change, area under a curve, and volume. Students passing the AP Test earn 8 college credits. TI-83 or equivalent calculator necessary.   

No Fee                                                  11th or 12th  Grade                                          1.0 math credit

Prerequisite:  C or better in Pre-Calculus

Chemistry- (72620)                                                    Teacher - Riley

AP Chemistry is a rigorous course designed to prepare the student to pass the AP Exam given in the spring.  Concepts include chemical bonding, atomic structure, stoichiometry and thermodynamics.  It is recommended that students complete a year of Secondary Math II and one year of either Physics or Chemistry.  Included in the class are advanced labs and demonstrations requiring individual student research.  Be prepared to spend a couple of hours weekly doing homework. 

Fee:  AP Test                                                      11th or 12th Grade                                1.0 Science credit

English- (52520)- Language and Composition             Teacher - Fendrick

This is the only junior-level English class that offers students the opportunity to earn college credit!!  AP English Language and Composition is a university-level course designed to help advanced junior students become highly skilled readers and writers.  A score of three or better on the AP exam given in early May (approximately $90) gives six semester hours of university English credit.  This class is open to any ambitious junior student willing to take on a rigorous program of reading and writing which will provide excellent preparation for university-level work.                  

Approx. $90 for the spring AP Test                     11th GRADE                                1.0 English 11 credit

English- (52630)- Literature/Composition                    Teacher - Fendrick

AP English Literature and Composition is a university-level course designed to engage students in the careful reading and critical analysis of some of the greatest literature ever written!  A score of three or better on the AP exam given in early May (approximately $90) gives the student six semester hours of university English credit.  Recommendations:  19 or above English ACT score and a 3.0 English GPA. 

Book Fee (Approximately $25.00)                                    12th Grade                     1.0 English 12 credit

Approx. $90 for the spring AP Test

European History- (77620)                                              Teacher - Shulz

A great way to learn with advanced students and receive college credit.  If TWO or more of the following apply to you, you should consider taking AP European.  1-you enjoy history, 2- you have a good GPA, 3- you are a good reader, 4- you have been part of any academic league or academic group, and 5- you plan on taking any other AP classes during high school.

Fee: $90 AP Test                                                10th, 11th, or 12th Grade                 1.0 World Civilizations credit

Music- (32620)                                                                  Teacher - Anderson

This class is a college level music theory class and should be taken by junior or senior students interested in pursuing music or developing their knowledge. Different theoretical aspects of music will be explored as well as music history, ear training, and sight reading. Students may earn college credit by taking the National AP exam. Basic note reading and general music knowledge is a must for this class. $90 testing fee may be required as well as some class materials.

Fee                                                                   11th or 12th Grade                             1.0 Fine Arts credit

Physics- (72650)                                                                Teacher - VanArk

AP Physics "B" course is a non-calculus based physics course. It is assumed that the student is familiar with and understands the principles of algebra and trigonometry. Topics covered include mechanics, thermal physics, waves & optics, electricity & magnetism, and modern physics. The college course that Physics B is modeled after is intended for students in the life sciences, pre-medicine, some applied sciences, and other fields not directly related to the physical sciences. Students enrolled in this course are encouraged to attend the AP Physics "B" Exam in May. For maximum benefit, participants should bring a graphing calculator (TI-83 Plus style will be used by the instructor).  This is a lab course with a math pre-requisite required

Fee $10 lab/AP Test                                            10th, 11th, or 12th Grade                        1.0 Science credit

Pre-requisite:  Currently taking or have taken intermediate algebra

Probability/Statistics- (62640)                                    Teacher- Newey

College-level course geared toward the AP test given in the spring. Covers statistical topics such as planning surveys, gathering data, anticipating patterns, and statistical inferences. TI-83 or equivalent calculator is required. Students passing the AP test will earn 4 college credits. Students not taking the AP Test will be required to complete a statistical project instead.

Fee $90 AP Test                                      11th or 12th Grade                                   1.0 math credit

Pre-requisite:  C or better in Int. algebra with teacher recommendation

Psychology- (77630)                                                    Teacher- Murphy

Advanced Placement Psychology is a journey in self-discovery! If you want to know yourself better and increase your self-esteem, this is the class for you! We will apply psychological theories/concepts to your life experience in order to uncover your "authentic self." Be ready for an exciting personal journey!

Fee $90 AP Test                                      11th or 12th Grade                                   1.0 Elective credit

US History- (77610)                                                      Teacher - Stokes

A GREAT CLASS FOR COLLEGE BOUND STUDENTS!  Not only does this class provide a solid knowledge of American history but also teaches the student critical thinking and analyzing skills along with study skills.  All of these are very important in preparing for college.  This class fulfills the US History requirement for graduation.  Students should be very proficient readers to take this class.

Fee: $90 AP test                                     11th or 12th Grade                                1.0 US History credit

 

 Concurrent Enrollment Courses

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English and Language Arts:

WSU English 1010- (52420)                                                               Teacher - Thorpe

This is a writing intensive course.  Students must buy a writing handbook.    Course requirements include:  20 pages of essay, and 90% attendance (four absences per semester, regardless of the circumstances). 

Book Fee (Approximately $100.00)                                   12th Grade                     0.5 English 12 credit

Pre-requisite:  Students must have a 17 or higher on their ACT test scores in both Reading and English.  If the ACT test has not been taken, the student must sign up for April or June ACT and receive a qualifying score to be enrolled in the course in the fall.

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.  If the student earns the concurrent enrollment credit, this course fulfills 1.0 English 12 credit.                               ENG 1010 - 3 credits

WSU Communications 2110- (52425)                                                Teacher - Thorpe, Murphy

Provides students with skills to communicate in small and interpersonal groups.  Learn to workwith family, work, and personal communication dilemmas like a pro.  Students will work in groups throughout the course to complete class assignments, service projects, and take tests.  A 90% attendance policy is strictly enforced (this includes all excused absences).  Students are responsible for WSU course textbook purchase.

Book Fee (approximately $75.00)                                    12th Grade                                0.5 English 12 credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.  If the student earns the concurrent enrollment credit, this course fulfills 1.0 English 12 credit.                                      COMM 2110 – 3 credits

World Language:

WSU  Spanish 4- (35310)                                                                   Teacher - Sampson

Continuation of Spanish 3. Oriented toward an active, flexible command of Spanish through personal use and understanding. Communication through hearing, speaking, reading, and writing is constantly enriched by cultural literacy. High emphasis is placed on enhancing conversational abilities in past, present, and future tenses as well as higher level grammatical skills.  

Fee                                                                         11th or 12th Grade         1.0 English Elective credit

Pre-requisite: Spanish 3

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.                                 span 1020 – 3 credits

WSU  Spanish 5- (35610)                                                                   Teacher - Sampson

Continuation of Spanish 4. Designed to prepare the advanced student in the four skill areas of foreign language. Through oral exercises, written composition, literacy analysis and listening comprehension, the student will gain a higher mastery of communication skills.  

Fee                                                                   11th or 12th  Grade                  1.0 English Elective credit

Pre-requisite: Spanish 4

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.                                  span 2010 – 3 credits

WSU German 3- (35232)                                                                    Teacher - Sandstrom

Continuation of German 2. Through speaking, listening, reading and writing activities, the student gains a basic proficiency in language fluency. More emphasis placed on free conversation. 

Fee                                                                   10th, 11th, or 12th Grade                      1.0 Elective credit

Pre-requisite:  German 1 & 2

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State for 11th & 12th grade students.    grmn 1010 – 3 credits

WSU German 4- (35330)                                                                    Teacher - Sandstrom

Continuation of German 3. Oriented toward an active, flexible command of German through personal use and understanding. Communication through hearing, speaking, reading, and writing is enriched by cultural literacy.

Fee                                                                   11th or 12th Grade                      1.0 English Elective credit

Pre-requisite:  German 1, 2 & 3

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.                                 grmn 1020 – 3 credits

WSU German 5- (35535)                                                                    Teacher - Sandstrom

Advanced mastery of communicative skills as continued proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking is emphasized through oral exercise, written compositions, and literacy analysis.

Fee                                                                   11th or 12th Grade                      1.0 English Elective credit

Pre-requisite:  German 4

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University.                                grmn 2010 – 3 credits

WSU  American Sign Language 1- (35300)                                        Teacher - Walker

A hands-on class that develops communication skills in American Sign Language.  Students will learn how to communicate with a deaf person in a variety of situations, and will learn about deaf culture and history.  Classes are conducted in American Sign Language, with a high emphasis on expressive skills.   

No Fee                                                              10th, 11th, or 12th Grade               1.0 Elective credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered Through Weber State University only for 11th & 12th.     ASL 1010 – 3 credits

WSU  American Sign Language 2- (35301)                                        Teacher - Walker

Students will increase their signing proficiency and be able to discuss a wide range of topics.  Deaf culture and history will be explored in greater depth.  Classes are conducted in American Sign Language with a high emphasis on expressive skills.

No Fee                                                              11th or 12th Grade                     1.0 elective credit

Pre-requisite:  Full year of Sign Lang 1 with a minimum average of a C grade or instructor approval.

Concurrent Enrollment offered through Weber state university.                                                 ASL 1020 – 3 credits

WSU  American Sign Language 3- (35302)                                        Teacher - Walker

Students will continue to develop language proficiency in ASL, and study forms of ASL literature.  Upon completion, students will be will prepared to interact with members of the deaf community.    This class will also prepare students to further their ASL studies at the college level in an interpreter training program or other ASL-related field if desired.  Classes are conducted in ASL with a high emphasis on expressive skills.

No Fee                                                               12th Grade                                 1.0 elective credit

Pre-Requisite:  Sign Language 1 & 2 with an average of a C grade or instructor approval.

Concurrent enrollment offered through weber state university.                                   asl 2010 – 3 credits

Math:

WSU Contemporary Math 1030- (62568)                                          Teacher - Johnson, Remy

Topics from mathematics which convey to the student the beauty and utility of mathematics, and which illustrate its application to modern society.  Topics include geometry, statistics, probability, and growth and form.  Math 1030 is the top math requirement for many majors offered at the University.  Please check with your counselor to see if this course will satisfy your intended college major’s Quantitative Literacy requirement.

Fee: Book Purchase                                           11th or 12th Grade                                                        0.5 math credit

Pre-requisite:   math 1010 or math act score of 23 or  wsu math accuplacer score of 60

concurrent enrollment offered through  Weber state University                        wsu math 1030 – 4 credits

WSU  College Algebra Math 1050- (62565)                                        Teacher- Merrill, Shupe

Students successfully passing this course (C or better) will receive 4 college credits from WSU. Deals with linear, quadratic, radical, rational, logarithmic and exponential equations as well as systems of equations, and the fundamental counting principle. Purchase of book required.

Fee: Book Purchase                                                        11 th or 12th Grade                                                                       1.0 math credit

Pre-requisite:   math act score of 23 or WSU math accuplacer score of 60

concurrent enrollment offered through Weber state University                       usu math 1050 – 4 credits

CTE- Agricultural Science

WSU  Welding Technician Intermediate- (84375)                             Teacher - Ellertson

Students will learn more advanced skills in the welding processes that will prepare them to apply technical knowledge and skill in the workplace and in project construction.  This course is based on the American Welding Society (AWS) task list and is aligned with standards and objectives set by the state of Utah and industry.  This course prepares students for the Utah State Welding, Advanced Level test.

Fee $20.00 per semester                          11th or 12th Grade                                 1.0 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered to 11th & 12th Graders through wsu.              MFET 2153 – 3 credits

WSU Welding Technician Advanced- (84377)                                      Teacher - Ellertson

Students will learn more advanced skills in the welding processes that will prepare them to apply technical knowledge and skill in the workplace and in the project construction.  This course is based on the American Welding Society (AWS) task list and is aligned with standards and objectives set by the state of Utah and industry.  This course prepares students for the Utah State Welding, Advanced Level test

Fee $20.00 per semester                          12th Grade                                        1.0 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered to 11th & 12th Graders through wsu.     MFET 2670 & 2670L– 3 credits

Business and Marketing:

WSU Advertising- (28390)                                                                      Teacher - T. Pollard

Study the exciting and fun career field of advertising and promotion.  Students will learn the appropriate and productive use of display space, as well as how to create radio, television, newspaper, electronic, and direct mail advertising.  Students will create an Advertising Campaign for a business of their choice according to the DECA guidelines.

No Fee                                                             10th, 11th or 12th Grade                          0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent enrollment offered to 11th and 12th grade students through Wsu.            SST 2443 – 3 credits

WSU Computer Technology- (28221)                                                     Teacher - D. Pollard

Juniors and seniors can take the Weber State University required Microcomputer Applications course at Fremont!  Learn advanced computing principles in Microsoft 7, Word, Excel and Powerpoint.  This is a concurrent college course on campus with WSU exams to provide students with 3 credit hours of required General Education credits—currently over $800 in tuition costs if taken at WSU. 30 wpm keyboarding recommended.

No Fee                                                           11 th or 12th GRADE        0.5 Computer Technology credit

pre-requisite:  computer tech

Concurrent enrollment course offered through weber state            tbe 1700 – 3 credits

WSU Customer Service- (28354)                                                       Teacher - D., T. Pollard

Developing customer satisfaction and loyalty is the focus of the Customer Service course.  Learn and refine tasks necessary for success in the service industry.  Work with local Ogden-area businesses and prepare for job opportunities.  Develop service strategies, refine service skills, and gain experience to calmly aid customers in decision making.

No Fee                                      11th or 12th Grade                                                       1.0 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered to 11th and 12th grade students through wsu.                SST 2991-3 credits

WSU Entrepreneurship- (28245)                                                       Teacher - T. Pollard

Students considering starting their own business should take this class.This course prepares students for operating a small business through small business planning, management, promotions, setup, and a business plan creation.

No Fee                                      10th, 11th or 12th Grade                          0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered to 11th and 12th Grade Students through wsu                   SST 2991 -  3 credits

WSU Fashion Merchandising B- (28269)                                              Teacher - T. Pollard

The student in Fashion Merchandising B will learn about the fundamentals of elements and principles of design, color theory, wardrobe, fashion marketing, basic fashion business concepts, size categories, and caring for clothing.  Students will plan and present a formal wear fashion show for the student body and will create a fashion promotion plan for a local apparel/accessory business of their choice in accordance with the DECA guidelines.

NO FEE                                                 10TH, 11TH OR 12TH GRADE                                   0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment Credit offered To 11TH and 12TH grade students through wsu       SST 1503 – 3 credits

WSU Marketing I- (28360) and Marketing II- (28362)                          Teacher - D. Pollard

Marketing course prepares students for management of small businesses and marketing positions.  Learn marketing skills including sales, buying, economics, and marketing research.  This is a great class for future entrepreneurs and potential business management positions.  Students will create a Business Plan or a Marketing Research Plan of their choice to fulfill DECA Guidelines.

No Fee                                                           11th or 12th Grade                           1.0 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered to 11th and 12th grade students through wsu                     SST 1303 - 3 credits

WSU Retail Store- (28351)                                                                       Teacher - D. Pollard

Operation of the Silver Dollar School Store during the school day.  Students train in buying, merchandising, inventory control, sales, display, pricing, advertising, small business operations and have special emphasis on Customer Service.  This is a great class for future entrepreneurs and potential business management and service positions.  Students will create a Business Plan or a Marketing Research Plan of their choice to fulfill DECA Guidelines.    *Prerequisite:  One Marketing Course

No Fee                                                              11th or 12th                                 1.0 CTE credit

Pre-Requisite:  One marketing course

Concurrent Enrollment offered for 11th and 12th grade students through wsu.                   SST 1890- 2 credits

WSU Travel and Tourism- (28370)                                                              Teacher - T. Pollard

Explore marketing as it relates to the travel industry.  Specific applications include the evolution of the tourism industry, destination geography, airlines, international travel, travel by rail, car rentals, cruising, hospitality industry, tours, meetings, and marketing and sales.

No Fee                                                              10th, 11th or 12th Grade                   0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment offered to 11th and 12th grade students through wsu.                      SST 2991-3 credits

Engineering:

WSU Architectural Design I- (84315)                                                            Teacher - T. Pasket

This is the first instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals with knowledge of residential architectural and related construction.  This course includes instruction in architectural blueprint reading, sketching, residential floor plans, exterior elevations, and use of CAD software. 

Fee $10                                                   10th, 11th or 12th  Grade                                                0.5 CTE credit

Pre-requisite:  None

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered through  wsu.                                                             DGET 1250-3 credits

WSU Architectural Design II- (84321)                                                      Teacher - T. Pasket

This is the second instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares students with knowledge of residential architectural and related construction.  This course includes instruction in building materials, building codes, typical wall sections, interior elevations, plot plans, specifications, electrical plans, architectural renderings and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software with an emphasis on 3-D.

Fee $10                                                 11th or 12th Grade                                                         1.0 CTE Credit

Pre-requisite:  Architectural Design I (DGET 1250)

concurrent enrollment credit offered through Weber State.                             DGET 1350-3 credits 1st Sem;                                                                                                                                              DGET 2350-3 credits 2nd Sem – Total 6 credits

WSU Technical Design I- (84275)                                                                  Teacher - T. Pasket

This is the first instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares students to develop technical knowledge and skills required to plan and prepare scale pictorial interpretations of engineering and design concepts.  This includes instruction in the use of 2D/3D CAD software, sketching, drawing layout, geometric construction, orthographic projection, and dimensioning. 

Fee $10                                                 10th, 11th or 12th Grade                                     0.5 CTE credit

Pre-requisite:  None

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered through  wsu.                                                       DGET 1060-3 credits

WSU Technical Design II- (84325)                                                                Teacher - T. Pasket

This is the second instructional course in the sequence of technical design drafting courses that prepares students in mechanical drafting to apply technical knowledge and skills that support mechanical and industrial engineers and related professions.  Includes instruction in manufacturing materials and processes, sectioning, basic welding symbology, geometric dimensioning and tolerance, and technical communication.

Fee $10                                                      11th OR 12th Grade                                           1.0 CTE credit

Pre-requisite:  Technical Design I (DGET 1060)

concurrent enrollment credit offered through wsu.                                     DGET 1160-3 credits 1st Sem;

                                                                                  DGET 2460-3 credits 2nd Sem  - Total 6 credits

Family and Consumer Science:

WSU Adult Roles and Financial Literacy- (43338)                                        Teacher - Hansen

Join in the FUN!  Learn how to interact with your friends, members of your family, people you date, and more formally with employers.  Learn about love, dating, and marriage. . . Learn about solving life’s problems and preparing for the future!  Learn how to communicate with the opposite sex.  Learn about controling your finances, instead of letting them control you!  

Students who complete the ENTIRE course will fulfill the General Financial Literacy graduation requirement.

Fee and Book                                                     11th OR 12th GRADE             0.5 Fin Lit & 0.5 CTE credit (1.0 credit)

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered through weber state.                                      chf 2400-3 credits

WSU Foundations of Nutrition- (43311)                                                        Teacher - Hansen

Everyone likes to eat, but do you know what you're eating?  Learn about the available 'tools' to help you choose the foods you eat wisely.  Those vitamins and minerals are important for good health.   A dietary analysis will open your eyes and shock you as you analyze what you have eaten. Earn 3 concurrent enrollment credits from Weber State University that will fill the Life Science graduation requirement and save you up to $700.00   Concurrent Enrollment credit available (WSU NUTR LS 1020, 3 credit)

Fee Book Purchas                                              11th or 12th Grade                                                         0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment credit offered through weber state.        NUTR LS 1020-3 credits

WSU Human Development- (43330)                                      Teacher - Hansen

You are about to begin an exciting personal journey.  How did our life begin?  How did you go from a single cell about the size of a period at an end of a sentence in this text to the fully-grown complex adult person you are today?  How do you influence other people’s lives?  How do they influence yours?  The science of human development is the study of how and why people change as they grow older, as well as how and why they stay the same. 

Fee Book                                                           11th or 12th Grade                                                         0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent Enrollment Credit offered through weber state.                                             CHF 1500-3 credits

WSU Interior Design 2- (43260)                                                              Teacher - Malan

Draperies, carpets, lights, chairs, wallpapers, paint, etc.-- it’s enough to make your head spin!  Don’t panic – come and learn the basics.  You will draw actual floor plans, fill them with furniture, and plan a presentation board with your choices of a color scheme, lighting, fabric choices, wall-treatments, etc.  You will also learn about architectural and historical features that make a house a home. 

Fee $10.00                                                         10th, 11th, or 12th  Grade                                    0.5 CTE credit

Pre-requisite:  Interior Design I

Concurrent Enrollment offered to 11th or 12th grade students through wsu                   IDT 1010-3 credits

Health Science and Technology:

WSU Exercise Science- (47350)                                                                  Teacher - Harlan

Exercise Science/Sports Medicine teaches students components of Exercise Science including detailed anatomy, physiology, exercise injury evaluation, management and rehabilitation.  Students will have the opportunity to work alongside a certified athletic trainer.  Certification and Skills Test required upon completion of the class.

FEE $10.00                                                         11th or 12th grade                                                 1.0 cte credit

Concurrent Enrollment Credit offered through weber state                                                        AT 2175-3 credit

WSU Medical Terminology- (47360)                                                          Teacher - Harlan

Prepares students to obtain WSU credit in Medical Terminology.  This course focuses on medical terminology and case studies.  Prepares students for the health care field by learning advanced medical terminology.  This is a great class to take with Medical Anatomy & Physiology. It is recommended that you take Intro to Health Science prior to taking this course.                                                   

Fee text Purchase                                              11th or 12th Grade                                                         0.5 CTE credit

Concurrent enrollment credit offered through weber state                            HLTHS 1101-2 credits

WSU Advanced Health Science- (47480, 47481)                                           Teacher - Kap

For students who have completed Medical Anatomy and Physiology.  This class articulates with WSU and meets the criteria for concurrent enrollment.  May receive up to 12 WSU credits. (2 period block)

Fee  Must purchase college text             12th Grade                                                             2.0 CTE credit         

Pre-Requisite:   Teacher approval, 80% on Medical anatomy & Physiology Skills Test, or a 21 ACT score.

Concurrent Enrollment offered through weber state.       HLTHS 1105- 4 credits 1st sem  and HLTHS 1106-4 credits 2nd sem