Dual Credit Courses

Take a college course, identical to those offered on campus, to earn both high school and college credits.

HSCP duplicates the content of courses offered on campus, including the choice of textbooks, syllabi and examinations. All courses are evaluated using the same on-campus evaluation form. Some courses have prerequisites that must be completed before registration.

Dual Credit (DC) Courses

DC courses follow UMKC-approved curriculum and are taught by qualified, UMKC-approved high school instructors who meet all the requirements for faculty teaching in institutions of higher education, as stipulated for accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission.

Art and Art History | Biology | Chemistry | Chinese | Classical and Ancient Studies | Communication Studies | Computer Science| Economics | Education | English Language and Literature | Environmental Studies | Entrepreneurship | French | German | Greek | Health Sciences | History | Latin | Life Sciences and Microbiology | Management | Mathematics | Mechanical Engineering | Physics | Political Science | Psychology | Spanish | Statistics | | Theatre

Digital Program Courses

Digital program courses are taught by UMKC faculty members. Trained facilitators — usually high school teachers — regulate the flow of information to students and assume the role of master learner.

Communication Studies | Computer Science | English Language and Literature | Entrepreneurship | German | Health Sciences | History | Mathematics | Political Science | Psychology

On-campus courses and experiences

Participate in dual-enrollment courses and experiences on campus. Enrollment is awarded competitively. 

UMKC Catalog

Visit the UMKC Catalog for course description, credit hours, prerequisites and corequisites.

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Courses offered at participating high schools may vary. Check with your school counselor for course availability.

DC courses offered by HSCP
Art and Art History

ART 112: Foundation Drawing

ART 114 Foundation Digital Design

Biology

BIOLOGY 102 Biology and Living

BIOLOGY 218 Introductory Anatomy

BIOLOGY 218L Introductory Anatomy Laboratory

Chemistry

CHEM 211 General Chemistry I

CHEM 211L Experimental General Chemistry I

CHEM 212R General Chemistry II

CHEM 212LR Experimental General Chemistry II

Chinese

CHINESE 110 Elementary Chinese I

CHINESE 120 Elementary Chinese II

CHINESE 221 Second Year Chinese I

Communication Studies

COMM-ST 110 Fundamentals of Effective Speaking and Listening

COMM-ST 220 Introduction: Modern Communications Media

COMM-ST 250 Introduction to Film and Video Production

Computer Science

COMP-SCI 101 Problem Solving and Programming I

COMP-SCI 201R Problem Solving and Programming II

COMP-SCI 201L Problem Solving and Programming II Lab

Economics

ECON 201 Introduction to Economics I

ECON 202 Introduction to Economics II

Education
English Language and Literature

ENGLISH 110 Introduction to Academic Prose

ENGLISH 126 Popular Literature

ENGLISH 214 Introduction to Fiction

Environmental Studies
Entrepreneurship

ENT 315 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

French

FRENCH 110 Elementary French I

FRENCH 120 Elementary French II

FRENCH 211 Second-Year French I

FRENCH 221 Second-Year French II

German

GERMAN 110 Elementary German I

GERMAN 120 Elementary German II

GERMAN 211 Second-Year German I

GERMAN 221 Second-Year German II

Health Sciences

HLSC 101 Introduction to Health Sciences

History

HISTORY 101 U.S. History to 1877

HISTORY 102 U.S. History Since 1877

HISTORY 201 European History to 1600

HISTORY 206 World History to 1450

HISTORY 208 World History Since 1450

Management

MGT 100 Foundations of Business

Mathematics

MATH 110 Precalculus Algebra

MATH 116 Mathematics For Liberal Arts

MATH 120 Precalculus

MATH 125 Trigonometry

MATH 210 Calculus I

MATH 220 Calculus II

Mechanical Engineering

MEC-ENGR 130 Engineering Graphics

Physics

PHYSICS 210 General Physics I

PHYSICS 220 General Physics II

PHYSICS 240 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I

Political Science

POL-SCI 210 American Government

POL-SCI 220 Introduction To Comparative Politics

Psychology

PSYCH 210 General Psychology

Spanish

SPANISH 110 Elementary Spanish I

SPANISH 120 Elementary Spanish II

SPANISH 211 Second-Year Spanish I

SPANISH 221 Second-Year Spanish II

Statistics

STAT 235 Elementary Statistics

Theatre

Digital Program courses offered by HSCP
Communication Studies

COMM-ST 110 Fundamentals of Effective Speaking and Listening

Computer Science

COMP-SCI 101 Problem Solving and Programming I

English Language and Literature

ENGLISH 110 Introduction to Academic Prose

Entrepreneurship
German

GERMAN 110 Elementary German I

Health Sciences

HLSC 125 Medical Terminology

History

HISTORY 101 U.S. History to 1877

HISTORY 102 U.S. History Since 1877

Mathematics

MATH 110 Precalculus Algebra

Political Science

POL-SCI 210 American Government

Psychology