Early College Credit Opportunities

Articulation

Articulated courses allow high school students to receive college credit for classes they complete in high school. Students may elect to include credits earned through an articulated course on their college transcript. The articulation process eliminates the need for duplication of courses at the college level.

For more information on how to receive credit for Articulated Courses, click here: http://www.ocde.us/EducationalServices/CareerEducation/ctep/Pages/Articulation.aspx

What is Articulation?
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether coursework completed at a high school meets the requirements at a community college or post-secondary institution.  Agreements made can include course-to-course equivalency for dual credit, credit by exam or advanced placement.


*** For information about the articulated courses available on your campus, please contact your students’ Counselor or the Pathway Specialist located in your High School Career Center. 

Dual Enrollment

Santiago Canyon College (SCC) is pleased to offer OUSD students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. SCC offers a wide variety of classes that will put you on the right path to accomplish your goals faster!
All courses offered through the dual enrollment program may be taken at any OUSD high school or at SCC.

Dual Enrollment Course Descriptions.pdf

Business Information Worker Certificate.pdf

Intro to Biotech - El Modena.pdf

Orientations

CANYON HIGH SCHOOL: Tuesday, August 27 at 3:00 PM • Location: Library
VILLA PARK HIGH SCHOOL: Tuesday, August 27 at 5:00 PM • Location: PAC
EL MODENA HIGH SCHOOL: Wednesday, August 28 at 3:00 PM • Location: Library
ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL: Thursday, August 29 at 3:00 PM • Location: Library
RICHLAND HIGH SCHOOL: Thursday, August 29 at 9:00 AM • Location: Library

Fall 2019 - SCC & OUSD Course Offerings

Canyon High School

American Sign Language I (ASL 110)
This entry-level course is designed to introduce students to American Sign Language (ASL) and finger-spelling  as  it  is  used  within  American  Deaf  culture. Instruction  includes preparation  for  visual/gestural communication followed by intensive work on comprehension through  receptive  language  skills,  development  of  basic  conversational  skills,  modeling of  grammatical  structures,  and  general  information about  American  Deaf  culture.  American  Sign  Language 110 is equivalent to two years of high school ASL.  Students  are  required  to  
attend  at  least  one off-campus event. Room 209. CSU/UC

Section       Day(s)      Date                      Time

75135         T/TH         9/3-12/12        3:15 pm-6:25 pm


History of Film From 1945 to Present   (CINE 104)
A lecture/visual aids course exploring film as an art form and developing appreciation of historical, artistic and technical advances.  Room 118. CSU/UC

Section      Day(s)      Date                     Time

70257         M/W        9/9-12/11        3:30 pm-5:35 pm

El Modena High School

Introduction to Biotechnology (BIOL 190)
Introduction to the field of biotechnology including a history of its origin and development, a survey of modern industrial applications and accomplishments, ethical considerations, and career paths. Room A4. CSU/UC

Section Day(s) Date Time
69029 M/W 9/9-12/11 3:30 pm-5:35 pm


Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (COMM 100)
Introduction to communication skills of listening, perception, language usage, non-verbal communication, and conflict management; emphasizing methods of overcoming barriers to effective communication in interpersonal relationships. Room 324. CSU

Section Day(s) Date Time
78617 T/TH 9/3-12/12 3:15 pm-5:05 pm


Child, Family & Community (CDEV 110)
This course examines processes of socialization focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community and the influence of multiple societal contexts. Explores the role of collaboration between family, community, and schools in supporting children’s development. Field trips and field-based assignments may be required. Room A10. CSU/UC

Section Day(s) Date Time
77118 T/TH 9/3-12/12 3:30 pm-5:20 pm

Orange High School

Principles of Marketing (MKTG 113)
An introduction to modern marketing concepts and issues in an organization as well as the effects of marketing on society. Content includes an overview of marketing in the global business environment, buyer behavior, target marketing and the marketing mix. Room 311. CSU

Section

Day(s)

Date

Time

77870

TH

9/5, 9/12, 9/19, 9/26,  10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31,11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 12/5, 12/12

12:55 pm-1:50 pm

Hybrid during 5th period Marketing Class


Rock Music History & Appreciation (MUS 104)
Historical survey of rock music from its beginning in the ‘50s to the present. All Rock and Pop styles will be discussed. Personalities and musical styles will be related to the sociology of the time period being studied. Field trips are required. Room 502. CSU/UC


Section Day(s) Date Time
76686 M/W 9/4-12/11 3:15 pm-5:20 pm

Richland High School

Introduction to E-Commerce (BUS 127)
Electronic commerce from a managerial perspective focusing on the retailing, business-to-business and service industries. Topics include: E-Commerce infrastructure, intranets and extranets, electronic payment systems, marketing research, advertising, E-Commerce strategies, and privacy issues. Room: 12. CSU


Section Day(s) Date Time
77112 M, T, TH, F 9/3-12/13 7:00 am-7:50 am

Villa Park High School

American Sign Language I (ASL 110)
This entry-level course is designed to introduce students to American Sign Language (ASL) and fingerspelling as it is used within American Deaf culture. Instruction includes preparation for visual/gestural communication followed by intensive work on comprehension through receptive language skills, development of basic conversational skills, modeling of grammatical structures, and general information about American Deaf culture. American Sign Language 110 is equivalent to two years of high school ASL. Students are required to attend at least one off-campus event. Room 208. CSU/UC

Section Day(s) Date Time
75133 T/TH 9/3-12/12 3:30 pm-5:55 pm


Learning Strategies College (CNSL 113)
Students will develop learning strategies that will help them to succeed in college level courses. Students will learn to establish effective study habits suited to individual learning styles by focusing on technique and practice. Learning Strategies surveyed will include: time management, listening, notetaking, textbook study, exam preparation, memory techniques, library skills and critical reading. Students will be introduced to lifestyle techniques that promote a healthy work/ life balance for busy college students and working adults. CSU

Section Day(s) Date Time
68605 9/9-12/15 Online


Rock Music History & Appreciation (MUS 104)
Historical survey of rock music from its beginning in the ‘50s to the present. All Rock and Pop styles will be discussed. Personalities and musical styles will be related to the sociology of the time period being studied. Field trips are required. Room 112. CSU/UC

Section Day(s) Date Time
76685 T/TH 9/3-12/12 3:15 pm-5:05 pm

Online Classes for All OUSD Students

Courses held at Orange Unified School District office: 1401 N. Handy St., Orange, CA 92867


Human Relations & Organizational Behavior (BUS 121)
The role of the manager and management’s relationship to employees. Includes the application of motivational theories, communications, leadership, and organizational structure. (Same as Management 121) Room: J2-J3. CSU

Section

Day(s)

Date

Time

69968

Sat

9/14, 11/2, 12/14

8:30 am-10:00 am

 

 

Business Communications (MGMT 122)
Professional and conversational oral and written communication skills used in business. Emphasis on writing and speaking skills, solutions to communication problems, ethical issues, and techniques for communicating successfully in today’s business environment. Designed for professionals seeking career advancement. Not intended for students seeking an AST in Business Administration. Room: J2-J3. CSU

Section

Day(s)

Date

Time

70104

Sat

9/14, 11/2, 12/14

10:10 am-11:40 am

How do I get started?

  • Talk with your counselor!
  • Visit sccollege.edu/Apply to begin your college application and be assigned your SCC student ID number.
  • Complete the Career Advanced Placement (CAP) Forms and obtain required signatures.  (These forms can be found at sccollege.edu/CAP.)