Dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities in criminal justice
By participating in the dual credit and dual enrollment program, students in the Academies of Nashville can take college-level courses and earn credits while still in high school. Through strategic partnerships, the Academies of Nashville offer a wide range of opportunities to earn credit for courses in criminal justice at Nashville State Community College (NSCC) and Volunteer State Community College (VSCC).
|High School Course||College Course||Where Offered|
|Criminal Justice I||Introduction to Criminal Justice (NSCC)||CR|
|Criminal Justice II, III||Criminal Evidence (NSCC)||CR|
|Criminal Justice I||Intro to Criminal Justice (VSCC)||MG, WC|
*A=Antioch, CR=Cane Ridge, GL=Glencliff, HL=Hunters Lane, HS=Hillsboro, HW=Hillwood, M=Maplewood, MG=McGavock, O=Overton, PC=Pearl-Cohn, S=Stratford, WC=Whites Creek
This entry was posted by MyAcademyBlog on April 23, 2012 at 10:00 am, and is filed under Academies of Nashville, Cane Ridge High School, Frequently Asked Questions, McGavock High School, Whites Creek High School. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
- Dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities in computers and technology
- Dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities in health science
- Dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities in business
- What is dual enrollment and what are its benefits?
- Future lawyer at Cane Ridge benefits from Academy of Law