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Concurrent Enrollment

Get a tuition-free head start on your college education. You can earn college credit while still in high school by participating in the Concurrent Enrollment program at Aims.

What is Concurrent Enrollment?

Concurrent Enrollment is a way for you to start college while you are currently enrolled in high school. The college-level Aims courses you take will simultaneously provide you with high school and college credit. Classes can be taken at an Aims Community College campus, online or at a participating high school.

Aims Concurrent Enrollment has helped me in so many ways. The biggest way it helped me is it gave me an insight to how college will be, therefore making it less scary on my first day of college.
--Joslynn - Concurrent Enrollment Student

Why Participate in Concurrent Enrollment at Aims?

There are many benefits to Concurrent Enrollment for high school students that include time and cost savings and early completion of general education college requirements.

Save Time and Money by Starting College Early

  • Earn high school and college credit/certificates at the same time
  • Complete a 2-year degree at the same time as a high school diploma
  • Start college at a higher grade level
  • Significant cost savings to students and parents
  • Graduate college at a younger age than average students and enter the workforce to start earning money earlier

Complete College General Education Requirements in High School

  • Pay less for the college courses that every student is required to take
  • Credits transfer to 4-year universities
  • Start taking classes that pertain to your degree as soon as you get to college

How Do I Participate in Concurrent Enrollment?

Follow the steps outlined below to get started on your Concurrent Enrollment journey:

  1. Talk to your high school counselor. Your counselor will help you with the next steps and provide you with the appropriate paperwork.
     
  2. Apply to Aims Community College.
     
  3. Complete any other required paperwork by the district and be sure to include all parent/guardian signatures. Submit it to your high school counselor.
     
  4. Register for classes. If the course is on the high school campus, staff from the Aims Concurrent Enrollment department will register the student. If the course is on the Aims campus or online, the student is responsible to register themselves – talk to your high school counselor for help. 

Participating High Schools

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Fall 2021 Courses

Automotive Collision Technology

ACT 101 - Introduction to Auto Collision Technology (4 credits) - CRNs 21886-H13, 21887-H14, 21888-H15 & 21889-H16

Fall 2021 Courses

Carpentry

CAR 100 - Intro to Carpentry (1 credit) - CRN 21685-H11
CAR 101 - Basic Safety (1 credit) - CRN 21686-H11
CAR 102 - Hand & Power Tools (1 credit) - CRN 21687-H11

Fall 2021 Courses

Mathematics

MAT 121 - College Algebra (4 credits) - CRN 21688-H11

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (3 credits) - CRN 21842-H21

Fall 2021 Courses

World Languages

ASL 121 - American Sign Language I (5 credits) - CRN 21689-H11

ASL 122 - American Sign Language II (5 credits) - CRN 21690-H11

SPA 111 - Spanish Language I (5 credits) - CRN 21706-H11

Business

BUS 216 - Legal Environment of Business (3 credits) - CRN 21691-H11

BUS 217 - Business Communication & Report Writing (3 credits) - CRNs 21692-H11, 21693-H12, & 21693-H12

Communications

COM 115 - Public Speaking (3 credits) - CRNs 21695-H11, 21696-H12, & 21697-H13

COM 125 - Interpersonal Communication (3 credits) - CRN 21698-H11

Physical Education

PED 143 - Yoga I (1 credit) - CRNs 21699-H11 & 21700-H12

Philosophy

PHI 112 - Ethics (3 credits) - CRN 21701-H11

Political Science

POS 125 - American State & Local Government (3 credits) - CRNs 21925-H12, 21926-H13, 21927-H14, & 21928-H15

Psychology

PSY 101 - General Psychology (3 credits) - CRNs 21703-H11 & 21704-H12

PSY 231 - Positive Psychology (3 credits) - CRN 21705-H11

 

Fall 2021 Courses

History

HIS 121 - US History to Reconstruction (3 credits) - CRN 21707-H11

Fall 2021 Courses

Early Childhood Education

ECE 101 - Intro to Early Childhood Education (3 credits) - CRN 21838-H11
ECE 103 - Guidance Strategies for Young Children (3 credits) - CRN 21837-H11

Computer Information Systems

CIS 118 - Introduction to PC Applications (3 credits) - CRN 21708-H11

Fall 2021 Courses

Business

BUS 115 - Intro to Business (3 credits) - CRN 21891-H16

Marketing & Management


MAN 226 - Principles of Management (3 credits) - CRN 21982-H12
MAR 216 - Principles of Marketing (3 credits) - CRN 21983-H17

Fall 2021 Courses

Biology

BIO 111 - General College Biology I w/ Lab (5 credits) - CRN 21849-H12

Fall 2021 Courses

Mathematics

MAT 121 - College Algebra (4 credits) - CRN 21711-H12

History

HIS 121 - US History to Reconstruction (3 credits) - CRN 21710-H12

World Languages

German

GER 211 - German III (3 credits) - CRN 21709-H11

Spanish

SPA 211 - Spanish Language III (3 credits) - CRNs 21712-H11 & 21713-H12

Fall 2021 Courses

Biology

BIO 111 - General College Biology I w/ Lab (5 credits) - CRN 21762-H11

Electronics

ELT 106 - Fundamentals of DC/AC (4 credits) - CRN 21891-H12

Energy Technology

ENY 101 - Introduction to Energy Technologies (3 credits) - CRN 21892-H11

Marketing

MAR 216 - Principles of Marketing (3 credits) - CRNs 21714-H11 & 21715-H12

Fall 2021 Courses

Architectural Engineering & Construction Management

AEC 107 - Print Reading Residential & Commercial (3 credits) - CRNs 21716-H11 & 21962-H13

Business

BUS 115 - Introduction to Business (3 credits) - CRNs 21717-H11, 21963-H14, & 21964-H15

Carpentry

CAR 100 - Introduction to Carpentry (1 credit) - CRNs 21718-H12, 21965-H15, & 21968-H16
CAR 101 - Basic Safety (1 credit) - CRNs 21719-H12, 21966-H15, & 21969-H16
CAR 102 - Hand & Power Tools (1 credit) - CRNs 21720-H12, 21967-H15, & 21970-H16

Marketing & Management

MAN 226 - Principles of Management (3 credits) - CRN 21894-H11

MAR 216 - Principles of Marketing (3 credits) - CRNs 21971-H16 & 21895-H14

Fall 2021 Courses

English

ENG 121 - English Composition (3 credits) - CRN 21896-H22

ENG 221 - Creative Writing (3 credits) - CRN 21721-H11

Fall 2021 Courses

Carpentry

CAR 100 - Introduction to Carpentry (1 credit) - CRN 21723-H13 (1st quarter)
CAR 101 - Basic Safety (1 credit) - CRN 21724-H13 (1st quarter)
CAR 102 - Hand & Power Tools (1 credit) - CRN 21725-H13 (1st quarter)
CAR 105 - Job Site: Layout and Blue Prints (1 credit) - CRN 21726-H11 (1st quarter)
CAR 170 - Clinical: Construction Lab I (2 credits) - CRN 21727-H11 (1st quarter)

Architectural Engineering & Construction Management

AEC 107 - Print Reading Residential & Commercial (3 credits) - CRN 21722-H12 (1st quarter)

Full-Year (fall & spring) Courses

Mathematics

MAT 121 - College Algebra (4 credits) - CRNs 21919-H28, 21920-H29

MAT 122 - College Trigonometry (3 credits) - CRN 21921-H12

MAT 135 - Introduction to Statistics (3 credits) - CRNs 21922-H12 & 21923-H13

MAT 203 - Calculus III (4 credits) - CRN 21924-H11

 

Full-Year (fall & spring) Courses

History

HIS 102 - Western Civilization 1650 to the Present (3 credits) - CRN 21869-H11

HIS 121 - US History to Reconstruction (3 credits) - CRN 21866-H17

Literature

LIT 202 - World Literature After 1600 (3 credits) - CRN 21867-H11


LIT 212 - American Literature After the Civil War (3 credits) - CRN 21868-H12

No Fall 2021 Courses

Fall 2021 Courses

Biology

BIO 111 - General College Biology I w/ Lab (5 credits) - CRN 21939-H16

Fall 2021 Courses

Criminal Justice

CRJ 110 - Introduction to Criminal Justice (3 credits) - CRN 21728-H11
CRJ 125 - Policing Systems (3 credits) - CRN 21792-H11

Computer Information Systems

CIS 118 - Introduction to Computer Applications (3 credits) - CRNs 21731-H12 & 21897-H19

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (3 credits) - CRN 21730-H11

 

Math

MAT 121 - College Algebra (Fall)
MAT 134 - Intro to Statistics (Spring)

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (Fall)

Computer Science

CIS 118 - Intro to PC Applications (Fall/Spring)

Business/Marketing/Management

BUS 115 - Intro to Business (Fall/Spring)
MAR 216 - Principles of Marketing (Spring)

Early Childhood Education

ECE 101 - Intro to Early Childhood Ed (Fall)

Math

MAT 121 - College Algebra (Fall)
MAT 134 - Intro to Statistics (Spring)

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (Fall)

Computer Science

CIS 118 - Intro to PC Applications (Fall/Spring)

Accounting

ACC 121 - Accounting Principles I (Fall)

Biology

BIO 106 - Basic Anatomy & Physiology

See high school counselor for available classes.

Criminal Justice

CRJ 110 - Intro to Criminal Justice (Fall)
CRJ 125 - Policing Systems (Fall)
CRJ 135 - Judicial Function (Spring)
CRJ 145 - Correctional Process (Spring)

Carpentry

CAR 100 - Intro to Carpentry (Fall/Spring)
CAR 101 - Basic Safety (Fall/Spring)
CAR 102 - Hand & Power Tools (Fall/Spring)

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (Fall/Spring)
ENG 122 - English Composition II (Spring)

 See high school counselor for available classes.

Business/Marketing/Management

BUS 115 - Intro to Business (Fall)
MAR 216 - Principles of Marketing (Fall)
MAN 216 - Small Business Management (Spring)
MAN 226 - Principles of Management (Spring)

Sociology

SOC 101 - Intro to Sociology (Fall)
SOC 102 - Intro to Sociology II (Spring)

Math

MAT 121 - College Algebra (Spring)
MAT 202 - Calculus I (Spring)

Accounting

ACC 121 - Accounting Principles I (Spring)

Math

MAT 121 - College Algebra (Fall)
MAT 122 - College Trigonometry (Spring)
MAT 125 - Survey of Calculus (Fall)
MAT 135 - Intro to Statistics (Spring)

English

ENG 121 - English Composition I (Fall)
ENG 122 - English Composition II (Spring)

Business/Marketing/Management

BUS 226 - Business Statistics (Spring)

Associate of Arts degree coursework

Criminal Justice*

CRJ 110 - Intro to Criminal Justice (Fall)
CRJ 125 - Policing Systems (Fall)
CRJ 135 - Judicial Function (Spring)
CRJ 145 - Correctional Process (Spring)

Emergency Medical Services*

EMS 121 - EMT Fundamentals (Fall)
EMS 122 - EMT Medical Emergencies (Spring)
EMS 123 - EMT Trauma Emergencies (Fall)
EMS 124 - EMT Special Considerations (Spring)

*Classes held at Aims Windsor Campus