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Dual Credit Information

If you wish to attain an associates degree from SPC by the time of HS graduation, the following classes are required.

SPC General Education Core

Associate of Arts

Core AreaHours RequiredHours EarnedCourses Completed
Communication6ENGL 1301, ENGL 1302
Mathematics3MATH 1314, MATH 1316, MATH 1324, MATH 1332, MATH 1342, MATH 1350, MATH 1442, MATH 2412-3
Life & Physical Science6AGRI 1307, AGRI 1415, AGRI 1419, AGRI 2317, BIOL 1406BIOL 1407, BIOL 1408, BIOL 1409, BIOL 1411, BIOL 1413,BIOL 2401,BIOL, 2402HECO, 1322CHEM 1406CHEM, 1411CHEM , 1412, GEOL , 1401GEOL , 
1402GEOL 1403,GEOL 1404PHYS,1401-2PHYS , 1410PHYS , 2425PHYS 2426
Language, Philosophy & Culture3COMM 1307, ENGL 2321, ENGL 2326, , ENGL 2332ENGL 2333, ENGL 2341, ENGL 2342, ENGL 2343, HIST 2311HIST , 2312H, UMA 1301, HUMA 1305, HUMA 2319, HUMA 2323, PHIL 1301
Creative Arts (Fine Arts)3ARTS 1301, ARTS 1303, ARTS 1313, COMM 2366, DRAM 1310DRAM 2366, MUSI 1303,MUSI 1304, MUSI 1306, MUSI 1309
American History6HIST 1301, HIST 1302, HIST 230
Government (Political Science)6GOVT 2305, GOVT 2306
Social & Behavioral Science3ECON 2301, ECON 2302, GEOG 1302G, EOG 1303, ANTH 2351, PSYC 2301,  PSYC 2306, PSYC 2308, 
PSYC 2314, SOCI 1301, SOCI 2306SOCI 2336SOCI 2340
Institutional Option* (3 HRS Speech Communications)3SPCH 1311, SPCH 1315S, PCH 1321
Institutional Option* (3 HRS Elective Determined by Student)3Core Elect, BCIS 1305
TOTALS420

See below for summer dual credit offerings. Please see Ms. Frerich prior to registering for any classes. Pre-registration for summer classes begins on Feb. 19!


South Plains College

Summer I 2018

Dual Credit Online Courses: Summer I—June 4th to July 10th

ACCT 2301.451 Principles of Financial Accounting (A. Gregory)

ACCT 2302.451 Principles of Managerial Accounting (A. Gregory)

ANTH 2351.451 Cultural Anthropology (N. Smith)

ARTS 1301.451 Art Appreciation (Black)

BCIS 1305.451 Intro to Computer Science (Slaughter)

BIOL 1308.451 Biology for Non-Science Majors (Ricker)

ECON 2301.451 Principles of Macroeconomics (Robison)

ENGL 1301.451 Composition I – Escamilla (24)

ENGL 1302.451 Composition II – Race (24)

GOVT 2305.451 Federal Government (McGee)

GOVT 2306.451 Texas Government (McGee)

HIST 1301.451 US History I (Roberts)

HIST 1302.451 US History II (Roberts)

HUMA 1301.451 Intro to Humanities (Clark)

HUMA 2319.451 American Minority Studies (Rosiles)

HUMA 2323.451 World Cultures (Clark)

MUSI 1306.451 Music Appreciation (Gardner)

PSYC 2301.451 General Psychology (Inmon)

PSYC 2314.451 Lifespan Growth and Development (Miller)

SOCI 1301.451 Introduction to Sociology (Wood)

Summer II 2018

Dual Credit Online Courses: Summer II—July 12th to August 16th

ACCT 2301.451 Principles of Financial Accounting (A. Gregory)

ACCT 2302.451 Principles of Managerial Accounting (A. Gregory)

ARTS 1301-451 Art Appreciation (Black)

ANTH 2351.451 Cultural Anthropology (N. Smith)

BCIS 1305.451 Intro to Computer Science (J. Day)

ECON 2301.451 Principles of Macroeconomics (Kemper)

ENGL 1301-451 Composition I – Escamilla (24)

ENGL 1302-451 Composition II – Humphreys (24)

GOVT 2305.451 Federal Government (McGee)

GOVT 2306.451 Texas Government (McGee)

HIST 1301.451 US History I (Roberts)

HIST 1302.451 US History II (Roberts)

HUMA 1301.451 Intro to Humanities (Archer)

HUMA 2319.451 American Minority Studies (Rosiles)

MUSI 1306.451 Music Appreciation (Gardner)

PSYC 2301.451 General Psychology (Inmon)

PSYC 2314.451 Lifespan Growth and Development (Miller)

SOCI 1301-451 Introduction to Sociology (Daniel)

SOCI 2301-451 Marriage & Family (Daniel)

SOCI 2336-451 Criminology (Daniel)