Advanced Academics

Dual Credit

The following dual credit courses are now available for the 2021-22 school year. Counselor approval is required prior to registering for a dual credit course.

GCCISD APPROVED ACADEMIC DUAL CREDIT COURSES

College Course

Course Number

College Semester Credit Hrs.

High School Course

High School Credit

PEIMS Service ID#

College Algebra

MATH 1314

3

Math Independent Studies I B

.5

03102500

Finite Math

MATH 1324

3

Math Independent Studies II B

.5

03102501

Pre-Calculus

MATH 2412

4

Math Independent Studies II B

.5

03102501

English Composition I

ENGL 1301

3

English III/IV (A)

.5

03220300/03220400

English Composition II

ENGL 1302

3

English III/IV (B)

.5

03220300/03220400

English Literature Part I

ENGL 2322

3

English IV (A)

.5

03220400

English Literature Part II

ENGL 2323

3

English IV (B)

.5

03220400

*Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL 2401

4

Anatomy & Physiology

.5

13020600

*Human Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL 2402

4

Anatomy & Physiology

.5

13020600

*Environmental Science I

ENVR 1401

4

Scientific Research & Design I

.5

13037200

*Environmental Science II

ENVR 1402

4

Scientific Research & Design I

.5

13037200

****General Biology I

BIOL 1406

4

Scientific Research & Design I

.5

13037200

****General Biology II

BIOL 1407

4

Scientific Research & Design I

.5

13037200

*General Chemistry I

CHEM 1411

4

Scientific Research & Design II

.5

13037210

*General Chemistry II

CHEM 1412

4

Scientific Research & Design II

.5

13037210

*College Physics I: Mechanics & Heat

PHYS 1401

4

Scientific Research & Design III

.5

13037220

*College Physics II: Sound, Elect., etc.

PHYS 1402

4

Scientific Research & Design III

.5

13037220

Intro. to Psychology

PSYC 2301

3

Psychology

.5

03350100

Intro. to Sociology

SOCI 1301

3

Sociology

.5

03370100

Federal Government

GOVT 2305

3

Government

.5

03330100

Texas Government

GOVT 2306

3

Special Topics in Social Studies

.5

03380022

Macroeconomics

ECON 2301

3

Economics

.5

03310300

History of US to 1877

HIST 1301

3

US History (A)

.5

03340100

History of US Since 1877

HIST 1302

3

US History (B)

.5

03340100

Intro to Mexican-Americans Studies

HUMA 1305

3

Special Topics SS: Mexican Am. Studies

.5

03380021

Learning Pathways

EDUC 1200

2

College Readiness & Study Skills

.5

03270100

Principles of Public Speaking

SPCH 1315

3

Principles of Public Speaking

.5

03240900

Business & Prof. Communication

SPCH 1321

3

Professional Communications

.5

13009900

Personal Health

KINE 1304

3

Health

.5

03810100

**Art Appreciation

ARTS 1301

3

Art 3A

.5

03500300

**Art History I

ARTS 1303

3

Art 3B

.5

03500300

Introduction to Theatre

DRAM 1310

3

Theatre Arts 3A

.5

03250300

Music Appreciation

MUSI 1306

3

Music Appreciation IA

.5

03155700

American Music

MUSI 1310

3

Music Appreciation IB

.5

03155700

Humanities I

HUMA 1301

3

Humanities

.5

03221600

Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1411

3

Spanish IIA

.5

03440200

Beginning Spanish II

SPAN 1412

3

Spanish IIB

.5

03440200

Business Computer Applications

BCIS 1305

3

Business Information Mgmt.

.5

13011400

African American History I

HIST 2381

3

Ethnic Studies: Afr. Am. Studies A

.5

03380085

African American History II

HIST 2382

3

Ethnic Studies: Afr. Am. Studies B

.5

03380085


Gray Shaded Area = Student may take either ENVR 1401/1402 OR BIOL 1406/1407. A student may not take both Environmental Science 1401/1402 AND General Biology 1406/1407.

**High school credit for dual credit ARTS 1301/1303 taken outside of school hours is contingent upon submission of the GCCISD fine arts project that is assigned to you by the GCCISD Fine Arts Director as well as attaining a grade of 70+ on project.

****Course offered at high school campus pending lab approval.  Blue highlighted courses—A student may take one or the other but not both courses. 

Gold Highlight-Beginning school year 2021-2022, Macroeconomics will be added. Designated Edgenuity supplemental coursework must be completed for credit. Economics teacher is responsible for overseeing completion of Edgeunity coursework. 

NOTE:  Beginning with students entering grade 9 during the 2016-17 school year (Cohort 2020), dual credit courses taken outside of regular high school hours (summer, evenings, etc.) will not count towards academic class rank.