- What is Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Enrollment allows high school students to enroll in college classes while attending high school. They take these classes on-site in high school, in high school classrooms, from teachers approved by the university. The best part about concurrent enrollment is students take these courses for only a fraction of the price. High school students have the opportunity to take concurrent enrollment classes at only $15 per class, per semester. Concurrent enrollment classes taught through Weber State University go on their official Weber State transcript, and count as college credit. This means many students are able to graduate high school with several college classes already completed, saving them thousands of dollars in tuition.
- What does the Criminal Justice Department offer in Concurrent Enrollment?
- Where does the Criminal Justice Department offer CJ1010 in Utah high schools?
- I am affiliated with a high school in Utah and want to get more information about offering C1010 in our high school. Where do I go to find out more?