Concurrent Enrollment

About Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment Courses Available at West Jordan High School

Course  Description
 ART 1010  THIS COURSE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2016-2017
Introduces visual art to the non-major. Provides historical perspective of visual art development. Study of major principles, elements, medias, and techniques.
Non-judgmental art project, reading, writing, required. More information…
 ART 1020 THIS COURSE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2016-2017
An introductory drawing course for non-majors. Line, shape, perspective and light
logic will be discussed. Using these techniques, students will develop their drawing skills. Some reading and writing will be required. More information…
AUTO 1010 THIS COURSE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2016-2017
An introductory course providing fundamentals of operation and maintenance procedures including researching service information, shop safety, tool and equipment use, maintenance and light repair service procedures. More information…
BIOL 1010/
1015
The study of living organisms from bacteria to plants and animals. Introduces cell structure and physiology, inheritance, evolution, and classification. Three hours of lecture per week with additional lab component (BIOL 1015) required. More information…
 EDDT 1040 Basic skills using AutoCAD for drawing applications are taught. The course includes: draw and modify commands, geometric construction, dimensions, templates, blocks and libraries, hatching, layers, scales, and plotting. More information…
 ENGL 1010 Development of critical illiteracies-reading, writing and thinking using methods of knowledge-making. Promotes awareness of rhetorical strategies as they apply to a variety of socio-cultural contexts. More information…
ENGL 2010 Development of critical illiteracies-reading, writing and thinking using methods of knowledge-making. Promotes awareness of rhetorical strategies as they apply to a variety of sociocultural contexts. More information…
 HIST 1700 An analysis of American civilization that traces social, cultural, economic, and political developments in the United States. May be taken to complete the American Institutions requirement (grade of C or better required). Sponsored by Weber State University
HUMA 1100 Course thematically investigates the fundamental and perennial questions of humankind and how human beings relate through culture to their political, religious, social, intellectual, economic, and geographic environments. More information…
MATH 1010  This course bridges the gap between developmental/Secondary Math III and PreCalculus or a technical certificate. Topics of study include: functions; quadratics; polynomial and rational expressions; radicals and complex numbers; exponential expressions (negative and rational); logarithms; intro to conic sections. Real world applications of algebra will be addressed throughout the course and topics will be presented in a conceptual and integrated approach. More information…
 MATH 1030
 The course focuses on the development of analytical thinking through the application of math to real-life problems. The topics include modeling, logic, financial math, probability, statistics, and geometry. More information…
 MATH 1040
 Descriptive and inferential statistical methods. Emphasis on sampling design, descriptive statistics, linear regression & correlation, probability, sampling distributions, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals. More information…
 MATH 1050  College Algebra satisfies quantitative literacy requirements for students planning to take calculus. Topics: polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions, matrices, conics, sequences and series, and mathematical induction. Certain sections taught  using service-learning. More information…
 MATH
1060
 Trigonometric functions and their graphs developed using circular and triangular methods, including inverses; polar coordinates; and an introduction to vectors. More information…
 MUSIC 1010 An introductory survey of Western music from chant to jazz highlighting major contributions from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century and American musical styles. More information…
THEA 1013  An introduction to live theatre and drama and the creative heritage of theatre. Sponsored by Weber State University

 NOTE: CLASS SPACE MAY BE LIMITED. A QUALIFYING SCORE DOES NOT SECURE A PLACE IN CLASS